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    I hope I hear what the response was from the DOJ. If there was no response or inadequate response, I hope we hear what action the senator will next take.

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    "Senator Josh Hawley (R., Mo.) wrote a letter to attorney general Merrick Garland on Monday demanding answers after the FBI arrested a Catholic pro-life activist in Pennsylvania last week using 'SWAT-style tactics — while letting actual terrorist acts like firebombings go unpunished.'

    Mark Houck’s wife, Ryan-Marie, told Catholic News Agency that a 'SWAT team of about 25 came to my house with about 15 vehicles and started pounding on our door' on Friday to arrest her husband after he allegedly physically assaulted a 72-year-old Planned Parenthood clinic escort in October 2021.

    The Planned Parenthood clinic escort was attempting to escort two patients exiting the Philadelphia clinic when Houck allegedly 'forcefully shoved' him to the ground, according to the Justice Department. On a separate occasion, Houck allegedly verbally confronted the escort and shoved him to the ground outside the clinic. The escort sustained injuries that required medical attention.

    However, Houck’s wife told LifeSiteNews that her husband spoke outside of abortion clinics every Wednesday and sometimes brought their 12-year-old son. She said that her husband shoved the clinic escort after he invaded their son’s personal space and said obscene things about her husband.

    'Not only did your office turn a local dispute into a national case, but the FBI reportedly executed the search warrant in as extreme a manner as one can imagine,' Hawley wrote in his letter to Garland. 'Reports state that the FBI sent as many as 20 to 25 agents to conduct the arrest. And the FBI allegedly arrest Houck at gunpoint early in the morning in front of his seven children.'

    He added: 'To say the least, using this kind of force to make an arrest for a single charge of simple assault is unprecedented.'...

    Houck has been charged with violation of the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances (FACE) Act, which 'prohibits violent, threatening, damaging, and obstructive conduct intended to injure, intimidate, or interfere with the right to seek, obtain or provide reproductive health services,' according to the Department of Justice. Violating the FACE Act is federal offense.

    Houck’s wife told LifeSiteNews that the Planned Parenthood escort previously tried to sue her husband but the District Court in Philadelphia dismissed the case this summer.

    Hawley called the reports of Houck’s arrest 'especially shocking' given that the DOJ 'has so far turned a blind eye to the epidemic of violence across the country by pro-abortion extremists against pregnancy resource centers, houses of worship, and pro-life Americans — violent acts that are prohibited by the very same laws under which you are charging Mark Houck.'

    The Missouri Republican notes that the Family Research Council has counted at least 104 incidents of extremist violence against pregnancy resource centers, churches, and pro-life Americans since the leak of the Supreme Court draft opinion on May 2, including fire-bombings and arsons.

    'Despite my repeated requests, you still have not identified a single prosecution the Department of Justice has taken in response to this epidemic of violence against pro-life Americans,' Hawley wrote.

    He concludes his letter by calling on Garland to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee about his 'selective use and apparent political weaponization of the FACE Act.'

    Hawley also gave Garland ten days to answer three questions: 'Why were 20-25 armed FBI agents sent to Mark Houck’s home to execute an arrest for alleged simple assault,' 'why did those agents have their guns drawn,' and 'since May 3, 2022, how many charges has your department brought against pro-abortion extremists who have attacked pregnancy resource centers, churches, and pro-life Americans?'"

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    Re: Jesus Christ, The Way, The Truth, and The Life

    I just learned today that David Knight was fired by Infowars, probably about 2020.

    Steve Pacienik is somehow a bad-news snake in the grass and David Knight is an honest man.

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    David Knight Explains Why He Was Fired


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    Judge in Wisconsin tells workers at Wisconsin hospital may not resign. They are at-will employees. I have never heard of anything like this in the USA.

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    Judge Blocks Hospital Workers From Quitting Their Jobs

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    So-called "at-will" employment laws are supposed to allow companies to fire employees for any reason while also allowing employees to quit their jobs without giving any reason. But as a group of Wisconsin healthcare workers have discovered to their dismay, employers may prevent workers from quitting to take new jobs with better pay and benefits by suing in court and getting friendly judges to rule in their favor.

    Jimmy and comedian Kurt Metzger discuss this blatant violation of the "free market" principles so many espouse but don't necessarily feel compelled to follow.

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    Re: Jesus Christ, The Way, The Truth, and The Life

    Quote Originally Posted by Dachsie View Post
    I just learned today that David Knight was fired by Infowars, probably about 2020.

    Steve Pacienik is somehow a bad-news snake in the grass and David Knight is an honest man.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMRbxkaTphM



    2:05 video runtime.

    This was about content, not about job performance.

    David Knight Explains Why He Was Fired


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    Fred, aka Crimethink told us Steve Pacienik was a snake in the grass a few years back.
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    Dachsie comment:

    I just saw Kamla Harris in Florida speaking about Equity in relation to distribution of resources to help to rebuild in the areas hardest hit by the hurricane.

    Equity as I understand it -- equity in justice, equity in healthcare, equity in distribution of emergency help, etc. -- is the same thing as totalitarian injustice and giving the most help, the "most justice", the most healthcare to those who "start out from a beginning place of deficiency or lack or being at a far-behind place, so that the OUTCOME of all people will be an outcome of equity, or the same outcome of those who did not need as much help and resources as others did based on their status at the beginning. So it is a fancy way of saying their "equity" policy justifies unequal help.

    I know that is vague sounding nonsense. The idea is to convey to everyone a status of equality or treated equally based on their individual unequal situation.

    You can listen to Kamala Harris in the last half of this video.



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    VP Harris says Hurricane Ian relief 'based on equity'


    The Deep State is going to use this hurricane for their purposes, if by the slim chance that they did not first create it for their use. Never waste a crisis, even the ones you first create.

    The spending spree of the Biden administration is their last death stab at the USA. If there is anything the devastated Floridians don't need at this time, it is the depressing mumbo-jumbo talk of these Deep State idiot actors causing hopelessness and depression and unjust communist sounding destructive policies.

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    The Pagan roots of Democrats’ abortion extremism


    by Graedon Zorzi, Opinion Contributor
    He holds a PhD from Yale University in political science and religious studies.[B] He is an ordained Anglican priest.
    - 10/01/22 3:00 PM ET

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    Arizona’s recent ruling on abortion will set women “back more than a century,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed last week. But it’s the Democrats who are trying to turn the clock back on abortion.

    Democrats, including President Biden, are quickly moving toward the extreme position that a woman alone can, in consultation with her doctor, make any decision at any time on abortion. That position would set women back all the way to the first century, a brutal age that ended only when the Christian era brought new protections for infants before and after birth.

    Jean-Pierre’s comments followed a ruling in Arizona that reinstated a law banning abortions except in cases when the mother’s life is in jeopardy. Arizona passed the law in 1864 and reenacted it several times, most recently in 1977. Arizona’s law includes prison sentences for those who help women get abortions. After the law was reinstated by Judge Kellie Johnson on Friday afternoon, the president of Planned Parenthood Arizona, Brittany Fonteno, responded, saying, “No archaic law should dictate our reproductive freedom.”

    But Democrats’ position on abortion is the archaic one. Abortion is an archaic practice. In Pagan Rome, abortion was commonplace, performed by a variety of surgical and medicinal methods and taken for granted by philosophers. Plato, for example, laid out in Book V of the “Republic” various regulations for what offspring should be conceived and prescribed abortion for any infants conceived outside of those regulations, including by women older than 40 and men older than 55.

    The ancient Pagans largely accepted infanticide as well, and the exposure of infants was common. The Greek father had an absolute right to expose his children. Exposure of infants, especially girls, was common and often linked to economic concerns about raising too many children. But even in large families “more than one daughter was practically never reared.” Termination of female infants was so common as to contribute to a dramatically skewed sex ratio, estimated at “131 males per 100 females in the city of Rome, and 140 males per 100 females in Italy, Asia Minor, and North Africa.”

    This archaic willingness to dispose of infants fit into a broader callousness toward human life. As historian Tom Holland put it, the Romans had a “genius for making a show out of death” that showed up in many places, including in the cheering crowds that packed amphitheaters to watch people thrown to animals, forced to fight one another to the death and subjected to cruelly inventive forms of torture.

    The standard archaic Pagan position on the value of the lives of infants is reemerging today. A leading voice has been Princeton professor Peter Singer, who holds that “killing a newborn baby is never equivalent to killing a person.” According to Singer, the normal reason to care about protecting the life of a newborn is not because of some intrinsic value in the baby itself but because “most infants are loved and cherished by their parents.”

    Mainstream Democrats are not quite ready to align with Singer in fully embracing the ancient Pagan disregard for the intrinsic worth of infants. But Democrats are becoming gradually bolder in championing the notion that infants matter only when they are wanted by an adult. Perhaps that notion is captured by the slogan – “my body, my choice” – chanted by protestors in Arizona Friday night.

    With Roe v. Wade overturned, Democratic politicians seem to be working out in real time how extreme a position on abortion can be politically viable. Stacey Abrams, hoping to make abortion a central issue in her Georgia gubernatorial race, previously rejected limits on abortion and advocated leaving the decision up to the mother and doctor. Now she has hedged that position by suggesting that the right to abortion ends at the point of viability except in order to protect the woman’s “life or health” — leaving open a significant question about the “scope or meaning of the health exception.”

    A similar caginess can be seen in the Women’s Health and Protection Act, recently passed by the House of Representatives. Without too explicit an embrace of late-term abortions, that bill would nevertheless have made it very difficult to limit abortions up to the point of birth.

    The approach to abortion codified in the recently reinstated Arizona law represents the newer position, historically speaking: to find intrinsic value in the life of the infant. Christians adopted the Jewish rejection of all forms of abortion and infanticide. That rejection of the killing of infants was as offensive to ancient Pagans as it is to many Americans today. The Roman historian and politician Tacitus called the Jewish teaching that it was “a deadly sin to kill an unwanted child” one of their “sinister and revolting” practices.

    From its earliest days, the Christian church rejected abortion and infanticide based on recognition of the intrinsic value of infants, even while speculating about how body and soul intersect in the womb. The oldest extant Christian catechism, “the Didache,” written right around the end of the first century, commanded, “thou shalt not kill a child by abortion, neither shalt thou slay it when born.” And the “Epistle of Mathetes to Diognetus,” one of the earliest extant works of Christian apologetics, explained what “distinguished” Christians “from other men” by saying, “they beget children; but they do not destroy their offspring.”

    The victory of the Jewish-Christian position over the Pagan was so lasting as to lead to Arizona’s 1864 law as well as the 1977 reenactment of it. The caustic responses to Judge Johnson’s Friday decision recall Tacitus’s disgust with the teaching that killing an “unwanted child” is “a deadly sin.”

    Jean-Pierre’s statement on the ruling claims that its potential consequences are “catastrophic, dangerous and unacceptable.” Such strong reactions signal political will to undo centuries of moral progress.

    Graedon Zorzi is assistant professor of theology and philosophy at Patrick Henry College. He holds a PhD from Yale University in political science and religious studies. He is an ordained Anglican priest.


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