On this day, January 19, 2018 Donald Trump will be the first sitting president to address the March for Life.
On the negative side of the ledger, my Pope, Pope Dufus I has conferred the title of “Commander of the Pontifical Equestrian Order of St. Gregory the Great” on Lilianne Ploumen, a Dutch politician and vocal agitator for abortion rights.
Is it possible this clown is paving the way for the anti-christ?
Thursday, January 18, 2018
I can understand the argument for abortion on demand. I vehemently disagree with it, but at least it makes a certain amount of sense. But lately I've been noticing the argument has the added adjective 'free' tacked on to the front, which drags economics kicking and screaming into the battle. Because now what they're demanding is quite different. In the old days, the feminists just argued that they want to do it unmolested by the state, but now, in addition to that, they want someone else to pay for it. Because that's what 'free' means. Not that it costs nothing, but that the cost is shifted onto others, i.e. taxpayers.
Which sounds like a hard sell to me. "I want to have sex with whoever I want and if something bad happens, I want YOU to pick up the tab for it." No wonder their side is losing. Nobody wants to pay for someone else's choices.
Ace of Spades
So, a certain fashion designer in Spain is betting farm that men will plunk down their hard earned money to become a part of the newest clothing trend, dresses for men. I don't see it myself. I have a cross bar on my bicycle.
Oh, Leonardo Di Caprio might be a trend setter in California. And I'm certain there's a crowd in NYC's, The Village but for the rest of the country-zero, zip, nada.
Think about it. Let's go to Boone, Iowa, population 12,000 composed of small businesses and farmers. If you think a guy there is going to trade in his John Deere shirt for a dress insanity controls your life.