Saturday, April 13, 2013

War on Babies: Do Democrats and the Press Condone It?

(From ProLife = ProGod Facebook page)
PPPS (Philadelphia)—Qui tacet consentit - If silence implies consent then are the mainstream media and Democrats, in their response to the Kermit Gosnell trial, condoning a war on babies?

You can read the following and decide.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

New Voices on the Issues - Racism

PPPS (Littleton)—In this, the second in our New Voices on the Issues series, we tackle the sensitive subject of Racism in America.

Monday, April 8, 2013

A Tribute to the Iron Lady and Her Friend the Gipper

PPPS (London)—With the passing of former Prime Minister of Great Britain, the most honorable Margaret Thatcher, we thought we would honor her with this picture with her friend and fellow conservative, Ronald Reagan.

 "..... and then I told Gorby, just wait 'till my friend Ron gets here, 'cause boy, when we're standing together, you're gonna wish you were ...... Back in the U.S.S.R."
We miss them both.

Monday, April 1, 2013

Will Colorado Citizen's Lawsuit Have Chilling Ramifications for Freedom Of The Press?

PPPS (Denver)—A Colorado Citizen today filed a shocking lawsuit in the Federal District Court in Denver today, challenging the very foundation of the 1st Amendment right guaranteeing freedom of the press.

PPPS - Could individual on right be Citizen Pete?
In his lawsuit, a Colorado resident, named only as Citizen Pete, claimed irreparable harm and mental anguish due to several news organizations, and some individual reporters and news personalities, failure to report information and facts in their possession in a timely manner.

Named in the lawsuit were: ABC News, CBS News, NBC NEWS, MSNBC, CNN, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, NPR, PBS, AP, Politico and the Denver Post.

The White House Press Corpse, 2013 (PPPS photo)
A nearly identical copy of the lawsuit was also simultaneously filed in the Washington, DC District Court naming certain individuals collectively known as the White House Press Corpse, and in the International Court of Justice at the Hague, naming the BBC News, CNN, Reuters News, Al Jazeera, and the Associated Press.