Saturday, November 30, 2013

Abortion-Breast Cancer Link: China Edition

Hey folks, we've been telling you it's real and now this study from China.
Pro-abortion advocates have relentlessly denied a link between abortion and breast cancer, but a new study has emerged from China that seems to show that such a link not only exists, but that the risk rises with each abortion a woman has.
Read the whole thing here.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Gardasil and MS

French doctors link Gardasil to Multiple Sclerosis.
Initially, doctors hesitated between an acute encephalomyelitis and multiple sclerosis, but experts of the regional board of conciliation and compensation for medical accidents (RCCI) of Bordeaux concluded “multiple sclerosis” and the fact “link between the two injections of Gardasil and the onset” of the disease of the teenager.

Monday, November 25, 2013

Fat People Got No Reason

Apologies to Randy Newman.

Mother Jones reports today that the abortion pill Plan B does not work if one is overweight.
The European manufacturer of an emergency contraceptive pill identical to Plan B, also known as the morning-after pill, will warn womenthat the drug is completely ineffective in women weighing more than 176 pounds, and begins to lose effectiveness in women weighing more than 165 pounds. HRA Pharma, which makes the European drug, Norlevo, asked European regulators for permission to change the drug's labeling after reviewing scientific research from 2011 that showed emergency contraceptives are prone to fail in women with higher body mass indexes.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Congress and Big Pharma, Birds of a Feather

The House Committee on Oversight and Government has postponed the December 4th hearing on the Vaccine Injury and Compensation Program (VICP). 


The Canary Party writes that "while the community of vaccine injured families is eager to testify, they were finding "reluctance" from others to participate in the hearings. " The "others" being Big Pharma.

Just a reminder, once again, of the units that operate under the Department of Health and Human Services umbrella:

Birds of a feather.

Write to your congressman and complain. Here's a sample letter.

Sunday, November 17, 2013

The Thirty Thousand Dollar Abortion

Actually, it was 30,000 pounds (UK).
Single and in her 40s, Claudia Connell decided to have a baby – it was now or never. But during her third IVF attempt, she began to regret the whole idea
She said she wasted that amount trying to have a baby she didn't want.
What really happened is she spent 30,000 pounds to abort the IVF babies she created.

In the end she decided she really didn't want to be a mother after all. Well, she has children…in heaven.

P.S. A reminder about the immorality of IVF.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Saturday, November 9, 2013

The HHS Umbrella: Incompetence and Unaccountability

Journalist Dan Olmsted , formerly of the Washington Times, links the pattern of deceit and incompetence in the Department Health and Human Services umbrella (Obamacare, CDC, FDA, and the IACC).
The CDC is part of HHS, and there's a pattern here -- bad performance. HHS was asleep at the switch as the Website was "readied" for rollout. CDC and FDA -- also part of HHS -- were asleep at the switch as vaccines containing way too much cumulative mercury were rolled out. The IACC, also under the thumb of HHS, is asleep, period, as the autism epidemic rolls on. 
I was at the meeting where Sebelius spoke about all the great work the committee and its chair Tom Insell were doing. Heck of a job, Tommy.
Along with everything else, the post-vaccine court autism epidemic is incompetence with a heaping helping of unaccountability piled on top. For those who believe that the federal government simply could not be boneheaded enough to trigger an autism epidemic, and then self-interested enough to hide it and blame every other possible culprit, Obamacare to date is a pungent riposte -- oh yes they can.
Read the whole thing here.

Dan is fast becoming a "liberal mugged by reality," but any Pro-Lifer old enough to remember the RICO lawsuits of the 1990s and West Hartford is not surprised at all....oh, yes they can.