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Showing posts with label Margaret Sanger. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Margaret Sanger. Show all posts

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Black Pastors Protest Margaret Sanger at Smithsonian


By Dr. Paul G. Kengor

Margaret Sanger is a saint in the feminist church. She is a charter member of the progressive hall of fame. Liberals revere this woman who preached “race improvement” and denounced what she called “human weeds,” “morons,” “idiots,” “imbeciles,” and the “dead weight of human waste.”

Hillary Clinton glows that she is “in awe of” Sanger. She said so in 2009 upon receiving Planned Parenthood’s “highest honor” that year: its coveted Margaret Sanger Award. Likewise effusive was Nancy Pelosi when she proudly accepted the award in 2014.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

If Liberals Genuinely Cared About Justice, They Would Not Revere Margaret Sanger

By Dr. Paul Kengor

Margaret Sanger (AP Photo)
Margaret Sanger is a saint in the feminist church. She is a charter member of the progressive hall offame. Liberals revere this woman who preached “race improvement” and denounced what she called “human weeds.”

Hillary Clinton glows that she is “in awe of” Sanger. She said so in 2009 upon receiving Planned Parenthood’s “highest honor” that [1] year: its coveted Margaret Sanger Award [2].

Likewise effusive was Nancy Pelosi when she proudly accepted the award in 2014 [3].

Speaking to Planned Parenthood [4] a year earlier, President Barack Obama, hailed the organization founded by this racial eugenicist committed to creating a “race of thoroughbreds” and purging America’s “race of degenerates.”

Monday, June 8, 2009

In Defense of a Girl With a Bashful Smile


From Peace, Love, and Harsh Reality
By Dylan Sexton

I've been thinking a lot lately about something I witnessed in my classroom when I was in third grade. It happened in the Spring of 1974, when I lived with my family in a U. S. Army housing area in Kaiserslautern, Germany.

Our school was spread out on the side of a hill, with first and second graders occupying a single story building at the bottom, third graders in a two story building a little farther up, and then fourth, fifth and sixth graders in a much larger two-story building at the top. Oh, and there was a small green building that sat next to the third grade building. The green building---little more than a couple of classrooms---housed the children with mental disabilities.

One sunny afternoon, our class was involved in an activity---maybe it was a quiz, maybe we were drawing pictures, I don't remember---when a young girl, maybe a little older than us, walked into the room carrying a message on a piece of paper for our teacher, Miss Bradley.
The girl was from the green building. Her long brown hair was tied back with a barrette, and she wore a simple red dress. Walking with a quick shuffling gait, she held her head slightly down, almost hiding a bashful smile. After handing the note to Miss Bradley---who thanked her---she turned and quickly walked out of the classroom.

Then, a blond little boy who held the distinction in our class of being pretty cool, shook his head and asked out loud to nobody in particular: "Why is she smiling?"

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Saturday, January 3, 2009

Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood's Racist Founder





The Smithsonian is honoring one of the 20th century's most notorious eugenics proponets, Margaret Sanger. American Life League exposes Sanger's racist plan to create a "master race."