Category Archives: Choice
The Virgin Mayor of Keg City, Brett Kavanaugh, left the kegger at Squi’s house, and ruled in the majority today on his first forced birth case: In 2016, while serving as the governor of Indiana, Vice President Mike Pence signed … Continue reading
[Ed. I’m sticking this on top today for obvious reasons. Get to work, Scissorheads! And many thanks for all you do! — Tengrain] [PS – Newer posts will be below. — TG] I’m breaking bad, or at least I am … Continue reading
The Senate has confirmed Wendy Vitter (wife to ALLEGED sex fiend, diaper-enthusiast, ex-Senator David Vitter (R-Dead Madams)), to a lifetime appointment as a federal judge. Wendy Vitter once accused Planned Parenthood of killing over 150,000 females a year, and at … Continue reading
Missouri Senate passes bill to ban abortions at 8 weeks.
Gov. Kay Ivey signed Alabama’s abortion ban, with the only exception for mothers whose lives are in danger. New State Motto: “You will have your rapist’s baby” We award Gov. Ivey with the much-coveted Golden Schlafly for setting back women’s … Continue reading
The Republican-Theocrat push to outlaw abortion got a boost when Alabama’s Republican-controlled Senate passed a bill that bans abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy, with no exception for rape and incest victims, because Jeebus loves your rapist’s baby more than … Continue reading
Happy Hour News Briefs Unlike Texas, our old pal Coach Dave doesn’t want to kill the strumpets who have an abortion, he just wants to cane them. No Xristian-Sharia law here!
Happy Hour News Briefs Abuse of Faith 20 years, 700 victims: Southern Baptist sexual abuse spreads as leaders resist reforms “It’s not just a recent problem: In all, since 1998, roughly 380 Southern Baptist church leaders and volunteers have faced allegations … Continue reading
Brett Kavanaugh, The Virgin Mayor of Keg City, got his first crack at showing to Sen. Collins her faith in his belief that Roe V Wade was settled. Yesterday the Supreme Court granted a stay, so the law that required … Continue reading