If you haven’t heard, earlier this week a jury convicted abortionist Kermit Gosnell for murdering babies born alive after he failed to kill them in the womb.
I will spare you the horrifying details, but you can read them here if you are curious.
What was almost as shocking as Gosnell murdering babies born alive was major media’s blackout on reporting the trial.
It wasn’t until Fox and other media on the right began calling out the rest of the media that they reluctantly showed up and began reporting.
The cry from the right was that the major media silence on the Gosnell trial was driven by political bias. In other words, even though the media thought what happened was terrible, they didn’t report it because they thought it would mar the public image of abortion and give ammunition to pro-life groups. t think it was something more fundamental and more disturbing.
Continue reading “Why The Media Didn’t Report On Abortionist Trial”
I get the call once a year, and the script is always the same. Two days ago there was a twist.
When the American Bar Association called to ask me to join, I told them the same thing I’ve told them for the past twenty years: “I’m not going to be part of an organization that supports abortion.” That usually ends the conversation.
This year was different. The ABA representative replied, “The ABA supports the law, and the right to an abortion has been the law since Roe v. Wade.”
I said, “Oh really; so I guess the ABA would have supported slavery when it was the law?” Continue reading “The Conscience Of A Nation”