It was an interesting interview, and most of her comments I think all of us can agree with. Other times people will have some problems with her.
Jake Novak wrote: ... contributor Michael Wolff recently called the Trump presidency possibly the best thing that could happen to the industry. That's because it's likely to spur the media to work harder and dig deeper at every level. Again, that doesn't mean simply acting as mouthpieces for the president's political opposition. The Democrats have their own spokespeople, and frankly, the news media has been playing the role of that party's advocate for far too long. The fawning coverage President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton received from the news media over the past eight years is an undeniable fact too. The key will be trying to find that sweet spot where the journalists challenge and analyze the Trump team in a unique and non-partisan way.
Snopes wrote: ...Planned Parenthood operates more than 650 facilities in the United States. In California alone, we found 13 Planned Parenthood clinics that advertise prenatal services. Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic (PPHP), which operates health centers in Suffolk, Westchester, and Rockland counties, New York, provides prenatal care in 6 of their 10 health centers.
We also found that many of the Planned Parenthood clinics that do not provide prenatal care services do nonetheless state they offer resources to assist those in need of finding such care: ‚ÄúIf you choose to continue a pregnancy, we will provide you with a list of resources to help you obtain prenatal care.‚ÄĚ
(We also surveyed several Planned Parenthood offices ourselves. For example, we called the Family First Health Center in Fresno, California, who confirmed to us that they do in fact offer prenatal care services. We also contacted the Planned Parenthood office in Tempe, Arizona (one of the first locations mentioned in the video), who told us that they did not provide prenatal care services themselves but directed us to a nearby facility, the Mountain Park Health Center, that does.)
John Y., why did I accuse you of picking up yet another religion?
Robert L. Dean, Jr. wrote: "The primary function of the Church is to be "the pillar and support of the truth" (1 Tim. 3:15). Next in importance, the Church is to proclaim the Gospel. In the process of the proclamation of the Gospel, our Sovereign God will call out people for Himself and regenerate them. Only regenerate men have a hope of living in obedience to God's standard. God's plan for the current age involves the Christian presence as a restraint of evil until His return, but never a conquering of evil. To try to impose God's righteousness upon society apart from regeneration is a task doomed to failure. Yet, that seems to be exactly what so many professing Christians want to do. In their frustration over apparent lack of success and the moral decline of American society, they have given up on the Biblically mandated practices of evangelism, prayer, and holding forth the standard of righteousness, and have followed the humanistic tactics of men like Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. in order to achieve their goal.
"That professing Christians have adopted an ends-justifies-the-means approach seems all too obvious...." from, http://tinyurl.com/zpxyqd2
Christopher000 wrote: This sounds good at first glance, but I have to wonder what's on the horizon, and if this is only a move to remove Federal authority. Handed over to state level, and I really don't see this as being solved because I think most would reinstate the original directive.
When the Demos get back in again, Chris, it will probably change back, because they don't have the common sense either to stay out moral legislation. You are correct, Mike.
Why, John Y., I know your a Catholic who goes to a Protestant church on Sunday morning and Mass on Sunday evenings, Besides yourself, encourage your priest also to make a http://tinyurl.com/ht63zl9 (Pilgrimage From Rome) But now, we find out your a Hindu also! You want to use the methods of Gandhi rather than Christ, read the URL you copied.
The problem even when a PP facility has no abortion facilities they may very well recommend an abortion at worse, and even at the best a woman will have that thought when she enters a facility with that name. But, yes, they do offer healthcare at many of their facilities.
Mike wrote: Here is what the Media Bias/Fact Check link says about the New American.- "Displays right wing bias in reporting and does not always follow the consensus of science." I didn't realize that consensus of science was the basis for unbiased fact. Evolution is true then? They also rated New American factual reporting bias as "mixed." Now that may well be, but I checked what they said about "Black Lives Matter." Though they are classified "left bias," their factual reporting was rated "high." I thought the contradiction interesting.
Yes, as far as Mediabias is concerned you had better believe in Evolution/global warming.
You're suppose to a discerning reader, Mike, Snopes much rather go after right wing errors than leftist ones. So? You take all of that into account. No doubt there are articles in Reuters and Christian Science Monitor that are would disagree partly with.
Mike, I just very recently I pointed out a story in The New American , a rather old story in it, http://tinyurl.com/zpenh8e (Putin, Poison, Murder), and it seems to be accurate. I often compliment WND, and I just did recently. However , what they sometime past off as news is more like fantasy. So like The New American, you have to take each story on its own merits.
Robert L. Dean, Jr. wrote: The primary function of the Church is to be "the pillar and support of the truth" (1 Tim. 3:15). Next in importance, the Church is to proclaim the Gospel. In the process of the proclamation of the Gospel, our Sovereign God will call out people for Himself and regenerate them. Only regenerate men have a hope of living in obedience to God's standard. God's plan for the current age involves the Christian presence as a restraint of evil until His return, but never a conquering of evil. To try to impose God's righteousness upon society apart from regeneration is a task doomed to failure. Yet, that seems to be exactly what so many professing Christians want to do. In their frustration over apparent lack of success and the moral decline of American society, they have given up on the Biblically mandated practices of evangelism, prayer, and holding forth the standard of righteousness, and have followed the humanistic tactics of men like Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. in order to achieve their goal. That professing Christians have adopted an ends-justifies-the-means approach seems all too obvious....
Considering that they think they are being harassed when they cannot practice their immorality in the open whenever they feel like it , it is going to be interesting to see how Mr. Sessions is going to make the queers happy?
"Congress, state legislatures, and local governments are in a position to adopt appropriate policies or laws addressing this issue, The Department of Justice remains committed to the proper interpretation and enforcement of Title IX and to its protections for all students, including LGBTQ students, from discrimination, bullying, and harassment.‚ÄĚ--- Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement. From, http://tinyurl.com/heg5xmd (Trump Revokes Obama‚Äôs Transgender Directive for Schools)
NPR wrote: The ruling means the Planned Parenthood clinics still open in Texas after years of other budget cuts by the state Legislature will still be eligible to receive Medicaid funds until the lawsuit has made its way through the courts.
The organization says about 75 percent of the more than $500 million it receives each year from the U.S. government comes from Medicaid, as we have reported:
"As NPR's Wade Goodwyn has reported, it is already against state and federal law for clinics that perform abortions to receive taxpayer dollars. Clinics that provide other health services ‚ÄĒ for example, HIV testing, cancer screenings and contraception ‚ÄĒ largely rely on those funds.
"Most Planned Parenthood clinics in Texas do not provide abortion services.
WFP, I have to agree with most of your comments Being an Independent Baptist I certainly take note what the SBC is doing and glad I with a church that isn't part of it.
The article I referenced is quite good, but I should have given a warning POTUS is not put into a positive light, so if you go to the article from the excerpts I used --not referring to POTUS of course you might see material you won't like since it was written before the election
Russell Moore wrote: For years, secular progressives have said that evangelical social action in America is not about religious conviction but all about power. They have implied that the goal of the Religious Right is to cynically use the ‚Äúmoral‚ÄĚ to get to the ‚Äúmajority,‚ÄĚ not the other way around.
This year, a group of high-profile old-guard evangelicals has proven these critics right. But thank God, that‚Äôs not the whole story.