Tag: disabilities

Abortion’s War on “the Least of These”

Posted by in Abortion industry, Planned Parenthood

Sanger’s ardent promotion of quantitative and qualitative population control, provided the basis for the”Eugenics,”movement; the philosophical basis for the NAZI plan to achieve “racial purity.”

Democrats’ Contempt for the Disabled

Posted by in Democrats, Disabilities

The disabled, such as Giffords, are exploited by Democrats to showcase their “we’re for the little people” bleeding heart schmaltz. But if a person with a disability is a Republican, or the child of a Conservative such as Trig Palin, they are prey to the contempt and political opportunism of Democrats.

The Disturbing Discipline Problems in Public Schools

Posted by in Abnormal Psychology, Economy

Instead of punishment or suspension for the kids in the ED classroom, their behavioral problems must be “accommodated,” and their classrooms “modified” to meet their needs. In many cases, these kids throw the entire learning environment into chaos, yet because they have an ED designation governed by Special Education law, it is exceedingly difficult to either punish them, suspend them from school, or hold parents to account for the havoc wreaked by their kids.

The War on the Disabled

Posted by in Abortion, Culture

Visitations from Margaret Sanger’s ghost are making their way into the news. The Patron Saint of Dilatation and Evacuation, and heroine of the Left’s educated class, has been summoned through intonations of Eugenics and “reproductive rights,” and apparitions where the disabled, “feeble-minded” and “unfit” dwell are becoming increasingly frequent.


Posted by in Civil Rights, Disabilities, Education

Margaret Sanger and her brain children, the philosophical founding fathers of Planned Parenthood and the “final solution” of the German NAZI party of World War II, are alive and well and can be found in the “death panels” of Obamacare as well as the turned up noses in your local American Airlines terminal.

Angels and Olympians

Posted by in Education

Special Olympians know the joy of hearing cheers from the stands, and boosters jumping and clapping on the sidelines. But I sometimes think that the greatest victors are those “typical” participants; coaches, teachers, parents, and fans, whose hearts nearly burst with satisfaction each time that mountain top meets a conqueror.

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