***The murdered marines at Chattanooga by an Islamic extremist (have you noticed they STILL don't want to say those words?) is heartbreaking. Why on earth would marines at a military base be unarmed? That makes absolutely no sense to me. This is the gun control debate in a nutshell. Do you really think this crazed lunatic would have attacked these marines if he knew they were armed?
Here is some background information on the marines killed.
Rest in peace.
***World's richest woman.
Christy Walton, who inherited a stake in retailer Wal-Mart, retains the title of world’s richest woman. The widow of John Walton has held that spot for five out of the past six years. FORBES pegs her net worth at $41.7 billion, up from $36.7 billion a year ago.
***The Planned Parenthood practice of selling baby organs is pure evil. Pure.Evil.
It is difficult to imagine a person whose conscience would not be deeply shaken by the practice of cutting up babies to sell their body parts for cash. But horrifyingly, we don’t have to imagine: In a hidden camera video posted online this week, Planned Parenthood’s director of “Medical Services,” describes casually how abortion doctors harvest lungs, hearts, livers and legs, and sell them for $30 to $100 per piece.
Dr. Deborah Nucatola, the Planned Parenthood executive, describes in the video how she and her colleagues have been able to use ultrasound guidance to extract baby body parts in a form that allows them to be sold for use in medical labs: “We’ve been very good at getting heart, lung, liver,” she said, “because we know that — so I’m not gonna crush that part, I’m gonna basically crush below, I’m gonna crush above, and I’m gonna see if I can get it all intact.”
Why? “A lot of people want intact hearts these days,” she says. “… And then, like I said, always as many intact livers as possible … Some people want lower extremities too, which, that’s simple.” The video was recorded by actors with an anti-abortion group called the Center for Medical Progress. The actors obtained the footage by posing as potential baby-parts customers from a biologics company.