The Ugly Truth About Planned Parenthood

The Ugly Truth About Planned Parenthood

Undercover videos show what is really going on in the most popular abortion business.
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Lately, Planned Parenthood has been getting a lot of criticism, and rightfully so, due to the undercover videos being released that show some of the barbarous things they have done to the babies they have aborted. Six videos, and now a seventh one, have been put out for the world to see from the anti-abortion organization, The Center for Medical Process, located in California. And they're not pretty.

The past videos expose the scandal of Planned Parenthood selling babies that were aborted and their body parts.

The first video was released over a month ago and caught Planned Parenthood's senior director of medical services, Dr. Deborah Nucatola, saying that abortionists will often "change the presentation" of the body to enlarge the number of organs that they can preserve to keep them intact. Over some nice red wine and a salad, Nucatola casually mentions about her looking at the organs the biotech company wants and decides during the abortion what parts to crush to kill the baby, but still keep the limbs and organs that the biotech company wants unscathed.

The fifth video shows Melissa Farrell, the director of research for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, admitting that they do deviate from their standard protocol so that "we are able to obtain intact fetal cadavers." Farrell also added that she found cutting up aborted babies is "sickening on some level, but it's fun."

The most recent video is just as shocking and disturbing as all of the others. The video takes place at Mar Monte clinic in San Jose, and it shows doctors harvesting the brain of an aborted baby while its heart was still beating.

Holly O'Donnell, a former procurement technician at StemExpress, was brought to the aborted baby by a co-worker named Jessica saying, "I want you to see something kind of cool." O'Donnell sees the baby and says, "This is the most gestated fetus and closest thing to a baby I've ever seen. I'm sitting here looking at this fetus and its heart is beating, and I don't know what to do."

The co-worker named Jessica tells O'Donnell, after showing her the child's beating heart, “This is a really good fetus, and it looks like we can procure a lot from it.”

She then asked O'Donnell to remove the baby's brain with scissors through the baby's face, while the heart was still beating.

O'Donnell talks about what she did saying, “I can't even describe what that feels like. That was the moment I knew I couldn't work for the company anymore ... even if it was the cure for some disease.”

Planned Parenthood is defending their company by saying that the fetal tissue donation is a "humanitarian undertaking." They say they are not guilty of any crime whatsoever. But, others claim that they are in fact guilty of the federal law, Born Alive Infants Protection Act. This law demands that abortion clinics, hospitals and other places that provide abortions to issue appropriate medical care for a baby born alive after a failed abortion or purposefully birthed to "let die." It is also a federal felony to buy or sell human body parts. The punishment for this is up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $500,000.

An abortion is supposed to put the mother first, but it seems that Planned Parenthood has it the opposite way by altering their methods of abortion to help them attain as many body parts and organs as they can from the fetus to then sell them.

O'Donnell brings up in the video how after an abortion she will hold the baby in her arms wondering, "could this baby have been our next president? At age 3, would this baby have liked to color and draw?"

I wonder that too, but I guess we'll never know.

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8 Reasons Why My Dad Is the Most Important Man In My Life

Forever my number one guy.
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Growing up, there's been one consistent man I can always count on, my father. In any aspect of my life, my dad has always been there, showing me unconditional love and respect every day. No matter what, I know that my dad will always be the most important man in my life for many reasons.

1. He has always been there.

Literally. From the day I was born until today, I have never not been able to count on my dad to be there for me, uplift me and be the best dad he can be.

2. He learned to adapt and suffer through girly trends to make me happy.

I'm sure when my dad was younger and pictured his future, he didn't think about the Barbie pretend pageants, dressing up as a princess, perfecting my pigtails and enduring other countless girly events. My dad never turned me down when I wanted to play a game, no matter what and was always willing to help me pick out cute outfits and do my hair before preschool.

3. He sends the cutest texts.

Random text messages since I have gotten my own cell phone have always come my way from my dad. Those randoms "I love you so much" and "I am so proud of you" never fail to make me smile, and I can always count on my dad for an adorable text message when I'm feeling down.

4. He taught me how to be brave.

When I needed to learn how to swim, he threw me in the pool. When I needed to learn how to ride a bike, he went alongside me and made sure I didn't fall too badly. When I needed to learn how to drive, he was there next to me, making sure I didn't crash.

5. He encourages me to best the best I can be.

My dad sees the best in me, no matter how much I fail. He's always there to support me and turn my failures into successes. He can sit on the phone with me for hours, talking future career stuff and listening to me lay out my future plans and goals. He wants the absolute best for me, and no is never an option, he is always willing to do whatever it takes to get me where I need to be.

6. He gets sentimental way too often, but it's cute.

Whether you're sitting down at the kitchen table, reminiscing about your childhood, or that one song comes on that your dad insists you will dance to together on your wedding day, your dad's emotions often come out in the cutest possible way, forever reminding you how loved you are.


7. He supports you, emotionally and financially.

Need to vent about a guy in your life that isn't treating you well? My dad is there. Need some extra cash to help fund spring break? He's there for that, too.

8. He shows me how I should be treated.

Yes, my dad treats me like a princess, and I don't expect every guy I meet to wait on me hand and foot, but I do expect respect, and that's exactly what my dad showed I deserve. From the way he loves, admires, and respects me, he shows me that there are guys out there who will one day come along and treat me like that. My dad always advises me to not put up with less than I deserve and assures me that the right guy will come along one day.

For these reasons and more, my dad will forever be my No. 1 man. I love you!

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Why The Idea Of 'No Politics At The Dinner Table' Takes Place And Why We Should Avoid It

When did having a dialogue become so rare?

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Why has the art of civilized debate and conversation become unheard of in daily life? Why is it considered impolite to talk politics with coworkers and friends? Expressing ideas and discussing different opinions should not be looked down upon.

I have a few ideas as to why this is our current societal norm.

1. Politics is personal.

Your politics can reveal a lot about who you are. Expressing these (sometimes controversial) opinions may put you in a vulnerable position. It is possible for people to draw unfair conclusions from one viewpoint you hold. This fosters a fear of judgment when it comes to our political beliefs.

Regardless of where you lie on the spectrum of political belief, there is a world of assumption that goes along with any opinion. People have a growing concern that others won't hear them out based on one belief.

As if a single opinion could tell you all that you should know about someone. Do your political opinions reflect who you are as a person? Does it reflect your hobbies? Your past?

The question becomes "are your politics indicative enough of who you are as a person to warrant a complete judgment?"

Personally, I do not think you would even scratch the surface of who I am just from knowing my political identification.

2. People are impolite.

The politics themselves are not impolite. But many people who wield passionate, political opinion act impolite and rude when it comes to those who disagree.

The avoidance of this topic among friends, family, acquaintances and just in general, is out of a desire to 'keep the peace'. Many people have friends who disagree with them and even family who disagree with them. We justify our silence out of a desire to avoid unpleasant situations.

I will offer this: It might even be better to argue with the ones you love and care about, because they already know who you are aside from your politics, and they love you unconditionally (or at least I would hope).

We should be having these unpleasant conversations. And you know what? They don't even need to be unpleasant! Shouldn't we be capable of debating in a civilized manner? Can't we find common ground?

I attribute the loss of political conversation in daily life to these factors. 'Keeping the peace' isn't an excuse. We should be discussing our opinions constantly and we should be discussing them with those who think differently.

Instead of discouraging political conversation, we should be encouraging kindness and understanding. That's how we will avoid the unpleasantness that these conversations sometimes bring.

By avoiding them altogether, we are doing our youth a disservice because they are not being exposed to government, law, and politics, and they are not learning to deal with people and ideas that they don't agree with.

Next Thanksgiving, talk politics at the table.

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