Sanger: “We Want To Exterminate The Negro Population”

Tuesday, February 9, 2010 \AM\.\Tue\.

“We Want To Exterminate The Negro Population”

— Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood. [1]

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If You Want The Political Left To Run Governments, Look At What The Religious Left Has Done To Religion (Left It In Tatters)

Monday, January 25, 2010 \PM\.\Mon\.

There is a undercurrent in American society that somehow believes that if the mafia ran things, the country would be better off. There was one city (Newark, New Jersey) where the mafia once controlled much of the city. When their grip on power was done, the city was in tatters. The same could be said for liberals running religion.

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The Culture of Death: The Fruit of False Intellectual Ideals

Friday, January 22, 2010 \PM\.\Fri\.

In his encyclical Aeterni Patris, Pope Leo XIII sought to advance the restoration of Christian philosophy against the modern trends of secular philosophy, emerging from Enlightenment rationalism. The critique of modern intellectual errors and the way in which such false thinking manifests itself in the world has deeply shaded my personal reflection on the tragedy of legal abortion.

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Doug Hoffman Takes Lead in Poll

Tuesday, October 27, 2009 \AM\.\Tue\.

Take this with more than a grain of salt, since the Club for Growth supports him, but in the latest poll by the Club for Growth Doug Hoffman, the pro-life Conservative Party candidate  in the special election in the New York 23rd Congressional District endorsed by Sarah Palin and other Republican Party luminaries, leads with 31.3% of the vote to 27% for Bill Owens the Democrat and 19.7% for the pro-abort leftist Republican Dede Scozzafava., with 22% undivided.

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Margaret Sanger Was Against Abortion?

Monday, July 20, 2009 \PM\.\Mon\.

A few days ago I was speaking with a good friend of mine about Margaret Sanger, the founder of the American Birth Control League, which was renamed Planned Parenthood. The conversation shifted to Sanger as my friend, who is pro-choice, and I debated the issue of abortion. Sanger was quite relevant because we’re both African American and the founder of Planned Parenthood was, as is often pointed out by the right-to-life movement, an unequivocal white supremacist who saw eugenics as the means to weed out less “desirable” populations.

I forwarded my friend information about Sanger and the woman’s own words about a variety of matters. That is not why I’m writing this, however. Certain statements by Sanger are absolutely striking because they were statements I did not expect. Read the rest of this entry »


Margaret Sanger and the Klan

Friday, January 16, 2009 \AM\.\Fri\.

Why would Sanger accept an invitation to address the Klan?  Perhaps a more interesting question is why would the Klan want to hear her speak?  Her Negro Project demonstrates why.

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Overpopulation Note

Monday, October 6, 2008 \PM\.\Mon\.

This may come across as a bit random but I do think it’s appropriate to share the following considering all the “overpopulation” scare in many places, especially in college classrooms.

A lot of people want to paint the picture that 6 billion people on earth is overpopulation…

The world being overpopulated could not be further from the truth. That is absurdity.

We could actually put all the people in the world in Texas and still have more space to move around than there is right now in Brooklyn, NY. Yes, it would be crowded but still livable.

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