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May 5, 2009
The Republican Party was founded on the principle that no human being should be considered the property of another.

SOUTER TO RETIRE

Supreme Court Justice David Souter will step down from the bench at the end of the Supreme Court's session in June. President Barack Obama is expected to nominate a successor who is even more left-wing and pro-abortion than Souter. Judging from the track record Obama has acquired since his inauguration, Republican Senators should be expected to launch vigorous and sustained opposition to any and all nominees brought forward by the President. It would be far better for America to leave the seat empty than to allow a liberal, pro-abortion, anti-family judicial activist to be confirmed for a lifetime appointment.

We are indebted to the Family Research Council for this video record http://www.frc.org/special/100-days-of-change of the damage President Obama has done to our country during his first 100 days. Please watch it and circulate it as widely as possible. If you haven't constructed an email group made up of friends, family members and colleagues, please do so today. People must be properly informed about what is happening so they can make up their own minds as to how presidential policy decisions are affecting their lives and the lives of their children and grandchildren. They are not going to get the truth from the national media.


MORE ON PLAN B

Below is a reprint of a Letter-to-the-Editor, written by a pharmacist, which appeared in the Dallas Morning News regarding the FDA's decision to allow minors to purchase the drug known as "Plan B" over the counter without a prescription or a doctor's supervision. Please note that the purchase of Plan B by an adult male is an automatic signal that there is the potential for statutory rape occurring. Apparently, because of federal privacy laws regarding personal health information, a pharmacist or other medical professional cannot report it to the authorities, unlike non-medical personnel such as school counselors who are required to report it.

The exploitation of minor girls by adult males is a common occurrence in today's culture. Generally, the perpetrators get away with it, with the help of abortion clinics and "family planning" clinics. Unfortunately, parental vigilance is at a low ebb. Policy makers have an obligation to consider this when making decisions that affect the lives and futures of our children.


The Dallas Morning News

Letters

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Plan B Available . . .

Re: "Age for morning-after pill lowered — FDA acts on order, allows nonprescription access to drug at 17," Thursday news story.

As a pharmacist, I would like to know what the federal judge who recently ruled on Plan B is using in place of a thought process.

I have more men who appear to be in their forties purchasing Plan B than any other group. In one pharmacy I worked at, the man admitted that he was purchasing it for his underage stepdaughter, whom he had just had sex with. Due to the federal privacy laws, I could not give the information to the police. Another, age 21, was a repeat purchaser, and always with a different young girl.

The laws surrounding Plan B, known as the morning-after pill, in my experience, have been the greatest boon to molesters ever. I understand that mistakes have been made by some young girls, and if they were to have an older female friend purchase it for them, I wouldn't really have such a difficult time with the sale.

Knowing that I have only sold one pack ever to a woman 18 years old or over who said that she was taking it herself makes me think that the judge who made the ruling is doing so simply because of politics.

D. Brian Casady, Red Oak


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