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Fresh update on "planned parenthood" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

01:23 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "planned parenthood" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Show John staying sexy liberal His own bad self coming up Bottom of the hour And then Allison Gale for all of number three from all that she wrote in the daily beans Boy do we have a lot to masticate Wow About January 6th Oh and this bolt Durham investigation Oh my God Allison is calling game over on that already Yeah What a bunch of crap Okay speaking of which Mike from Texas doing today's bulleting Okay He tweaks several news outlets are foaming at the mouth because Hunter Biden's firm raked in $11 million between 2013 and 2018 Those same outlets have yet to mention that Jared and Ivanka raked in 640 million while working directly for Trump How'd you find this never worked in any administration including his father's he's not profited okay So he Don't they seem to like capitalism when other people do it Yeah Okay All right Senator professor Warren yesterday continuing on the road stuff Here's just one example of what that could look like I led a letter this week signed by over a dozen of my colleagues calling out data broker companies for their alarming practice of selling cell phone location data of women visiting abortion clinics Think about what that means Tracking a woman who leaves Texas goes to California and spends four hours in the parking lot or her car does four hours in the parking lot of a Planned Parenthood center Oh yeah yeah yeah yeah Aren't they also the party doesn't like big government Yeah Okay Just refreshing my memory Left unchecked These practices would allow anyone with a credit card to buy the location data of a woman seeking abortion services including crossing state lines And then.

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Judge suspends Michigan's dormant 1931 abortion ban

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Judge suspends Michigan's dormant 1931 abortion ban

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Why Are Democrats So Brazenly Tone Deaf? Amber Athey Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | Last week

Why Are Democrats So Brazenly Tone Deaf? Amber Athey Explains

"You know, we were talking in the break here about just how out of touch this Democrat party feels. I mean, you've got secretary Yellen there, basically parroting lines from market singer. I mean, obviously the founder of Planned Parenthood. I mean, this is, they're so out of touch, and I think you had a really good take on that. You live in the swamp amber. Why are they so just brazenly tone deaf? To me, the Biden administration and its most public facing officials are just the stereotype of the D.C. rich white liberal who is so insulated from people who live average lives and have struggles that they are in this bubble with each other and they focus on these really strange issues that really don't resonate for most people who live in the country. They're the type of people who have the sign outside of their house that says, you know, in this house, we believe Black Lives Matter and science is real. And then they have a Ukraine flag hanging up above their door. And meanwhile, they live in neighborhoods where they've probably never even met a black person besides somebody who might come to their house to deliver a UPS package. This is the type of person that we have put in the Biden administration. And they're in charge of making policy for the rest of the country, even though they have no idea the types of lives that most people live outside of this little beltway area.

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Pastor John Amanchukwu on the Danger of the Word 'Justice'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:26 min | Last week

Pastor John Amanchukwu on the Danger of the Word 'Justice'

"Way. Why is the black community not saying, hang on, why are they so keen to abort our black children and they're using Democrat money and then the Planned Parenthood is funding Democrat candidates? Can't they put two and two together and say they're coming after Ross pasta John? Well, yeah, they have sold us a bill of goods. Here's the thing. When you slap this sexy word called Jessica on a thing, it seems sanitized or moral or right, you know? We're going to support reproductive justice, you know, we're going to support transgenderism justice or justice for those individuals who are hated by society. And so when they do that, people begin to say, you know what? Well, maybe, you know, everyone deserves justice or maybe when they call it a choice or a woman's right to choose people like that thought process, you know, because a woman wants to make her own decision about what she should do with her body and what a life, but they never finish that statement, a woman's right to choose to do what? Yeah. To kill a life within her womb. Now that baby should have rights and it does, but in this nation we have refrained from allowing the baby in the womb to have his or her inalienable rights.

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Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | Last week

Josh Hammer Reflects on Sen. Amy Klobuchar's Abortion Comments

"Yeah, I want to play a clip for you here from senator Klobuchar. That I think, you know, when we talk about the constitutionality of roe V wade and obviously Casey sort of, in my opinion, obviously I think you would agree that it's unconstitutional. I think Alito's opinion was a skewered the original road decision. But let's play senator Klobuchar here, and I want to get your take on what she says because actually what she's saying from a sitting U.S. senator is something. I mean, this is not mazie hirono here talking here. I mean, which we just assume is she's going to say the most Atlantic, you know, far left out to see kind of the type of things. Is it senator Klobuchar, who many think is sort of moderate or left of center, but not far left. Listen to cut 6. Why should a woman in Texas have different rights and a different future and a different ability to make decisions about her body and her reproductive choices than a woman in Minnesota? How can that be in this country that we'd have a patchwork of laws? Your response. So senator Klobuchar and I actually went to the same law school and, you know, I would like to think that when she was in common law back in her law school day, she knew better about the actual constitutional law underpinning the roe versus wade and its murderous successor, of course, Planned Parenthood versus Casey 92. Now, look, I mean, John Hart Eli, okay? There are so many liberals who have criticized roe versus wade's fallacious reasoning or beers. But John Hart Eli, who is a longtime constitutional law professor at Harvard Law School, he was the dean of Stanford law school as well. He was personally liberal progressive he supported abortion rights, but he famously said in 1982 that roe versus wade was not constitutional law and barely even gave a semblance of purporting to be constitutional law. It was literally no less a feminist leftist progressive icon than the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg herself. We said the roe versus wade overstepped that the court should not have acted there when it did. They should have stayed cool, let it play out democratically in the states. So, you know, what I hear from senator Klobuchar there is, you know, it's constitutional illiteracy. It's also moral illiteracy, of course. We can't forget we're talking about it. You are talking about the wanton murder of now 63 million unborn children since roe versus wade came down in 1973. 63 million. I mean, it's really just difficult to kind of wrap your mind around around that kind of number. But you know, there's something about you said there, Andrew, that I think there's a modicum. There's a small, small sliver of correctness. Where I think she's correct, is that it ultimately is unsustainable for in the long term. My personal perspective in the long term for this to actually be a state

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Producer Andrew Discusses the Speculation Around the SCOTUS Leak

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last week

Producer Andrew Discusses the Speculation Around the SCOTUS Leak

"We have been speculating on this show to what extent would the left rise up in their frustration at the leaked Dobbs decision, which demonstrated that in a 5, four majority, roe V wade, and Planned Parenthood V Casey were both going to be overturned. Alito was the drafter in that leaked decision. Now, a lot of people are speculating who leaked it. A lot of people are speculating who's going to be caught if that leaker is going to be brought to justice. Senator Ted Cruz has been speculating that it would come out of Kagan's clerkships. Now, something interesting to note here with the clerkships, each justice only has four clerks, so you've got 9 justices. You've got four clerks each. That is a very small potential pool of candidates and leakers. Now, senator Cruz says that it was likely Kagan, though he has no evidence. But based on a hunch, he believes that it was probably Kagan's because she is the most hardened partisan on the bench. Now our friend will Chamberlain, who came on the show last Friday and gave his breakdown of who he thought it was. But regardless of who the leaker is, it has set off wide street, widespread, protest, activists, and the like around the whole houses of these justices, which is despicable.

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Joy Reid Is Wrong About Planned Parenthood v. Casey

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Joy Reid Is Wrong About Planned Parenthood v. Casey

"Joy Reid I think not only helped spark hate in this country but she also helped spark violence and so do the other hateful vile demagogues she knowingly brings on her program to spew their portion And she's not alone That entire network is filled with these reprobates Starting with the morning show right into the night Let's take a listen cut 8 go Planned Parenthood versus Casey That's the one that set up until 1993 when that ruling happened Women had to ask their husbands for permission of what to do with their bodies They had to have a man's permission essentially a reward of the man you married Okay let's slow down First of all that wasn't true in every state And secondly the view wasn't You have to pass your man for permission The view was it took two people to create that baby And that a person shouldn't get a woman shouldn't get an abortion without at least informing that individual Of what she was doing Especially if they're married I know that's such a horrific obstacle isn't it But you see the way they keep talking about it's a woman's body It's a woman's body It's also a baby's body This is the one case where it's two bodies It's two bodies She doesn't talk about viability because she doesn't care about viability

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Mike Davis Explains Just How Huge This SCOTUS Breach of Protocol Is

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Davis Explains Just How Huge This SCOTUS Breach of Protocol Is

"Yesterday, we were diving into how the United States Supreme Court has suffered, I guess is the best word to use. And unprecedented leak from who we do not know, we think we know, but the person who is best able to describe this and articulate it is the head of a wonderful organization called the article three project that's article number three project dot org. And it is the terrific Mike Davis Mike. Welcome back to the program. Thank you for having me back on Charlie. So Mike, how are we supposed to make of this? The U.S. Supreme Court is leaking decisions before they happen. First of all, who could potentially do something like this, do we know who probably did this? And if so, what is the proper course of action to hold that person accountable? So I clerked for justice Gorsuch on the Supreme Court and I also served as the chief counsel for nominations on the Senate Judiciary Committee and my part of my portfolio was oversight over the federal judiciary. I have never heard anything like what happens with this leak. I don't think it's ever happens that a draft majority opinion for a Supreme Court case has leaked out prior to the court issuing the opinion, especially in a case this monumental. This is the Dobbs case where it looks like the at least 5, maybe 6 justices on the Supreme Court are going to overturn roe versus wade and Planned Parenthood Planned Parenthood versus Casey and return abortion regulations back to the states where it belongs. This is a stunning breach of protocol. Each of the 9 Supreme Court Justices have four law clerks, each of them have generally two to three administrative aids. It is a very small universe of people who have access to these draft opinions and these opinions have to circulate among the justices because they have to work together. They have to collaborate in order to draft majority opinions dissenting opinions and concurring opinions. And if you shatter that trust, if you shatter that secrecy that confidence in the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court can no longer function.

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Justice Douglas Manipulated Facts in Griswold v. Connecticut

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

Justice Douglas Manipulated Facts in Griswold v. Connecticut

"But let's continue here with our train of thought So William Douglas justice Douglas decision not only found a right of privacy in penumbras and emanations He had to manipulate the facts in the case In griswold versus Connecticut And so all those people waving around griswold are waving around a lie and they're perfectly happy with doing it Susan Collins Lisa Murkowski among them Estelle griswold was the executive director of Planned Parenthood league of Connecticut And doctor C Lee buxton the group's medical director gave information and prescribed birth control to a married couple Griswold and buxton not the married couple were later convicted and find a $100 each So in other words the couple that use the contraceptives they were charged with anything You're free to use the contraceptives But under Connecticut law it's the people who distributed them They were not allowed to distribute them The relationship issue then was doctor patient not husband wife Yet Douglas framed his opinion around a presumed right to marital privacy It had nothing to do with marital privacy It had to do with who is licensed to sell these products 60 some years ago

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John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the SCOTUS Voting Process

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

John Zmirak and Eric Discuss the SCOTUS Voting Process

"But John, I want to get into some of these the logistics of what we're talking about, because not everybody's tracking. Roe V wade, and I forget the other case, were Planned Parenthood V Casey in 1992. As a result of some of the cases that the court heard very recently, if the court rules a certain way, it would effectively overturn roe V wade and send this horrible thing back to the states, which people make such a big deal of it. Like, oh, then other people are going to get to decide. It's not the law of the land. Every state's going to have to make some decisions on this. So they act like, well, that's the end of abortion. We're never going to, it's not even that. I wish it were. But the point is that how does it work? In other words, they hear this, then different justices are picked to draft opinions, but it's held for months and months and months until what? In other words, until June, they vote on it. How does that work? I don't know the details of when it becomes official. I think it has to be officially published in the name of the court for it to become the mystical law of the land. I mean, it makes me stick to my stomach that court decisions determine what are law in this country. That's not democratic. It's not Republican. It's not American. But that's where we are. I'm actually, I don't even understand what you just said. 5 lawyers. 5 lawyers getting what laws are launched. Call the Supreme Court and you need a backstop. I mean, look, if everybody in America voted, kill all the Jews, wouldn't you want an arm of government to say, excuse me, we can't do that. And if people voted that way, they wouldn't listen to a court

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Supreme Court Abortion Law Leak: What Happened and Why Does It Matter?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Supreme Court Abortion Law Leak: What Happened and Why Does It Matter?

"The biggest case in front of the Supreme Court is the Dobbs V Jackson women's health organization. This is the abortion case. This is the Mississippi case that outlaws abortion beyond 15 weeks. And of course, the court was sort of faced with sort of three options, a firm roe versus wade. Number two, uphold the Mississippi law, but somehow square it with roe versus wade and the third, knock over roe versus wade and along with that Planned Parenthood versus Casey, essentially return the abortion question to the states. And there was a leak that just came out in the magazine well on the website political. And the league not only says that the court has arrived at an early decision to overturn roe versus wade, but the decision is 5 to four that justice Samuel Alito has drafted the majority opinion, representing the 5 justices, and we know who those 5 justices are, so if I used to say that Roberts decided not to be in the 5, although I'll talk about Roberts a little bit later. A 5 four decision 5 votes to overthrow a row, return the matter to the states. And Alito drafted a lengthy opinion 98 pages. Now this is not the final opinion, but nevertheless, it is a closely reasoned, heavily footnoted detailed argument. And the whole brief was leaked. So the dissenting opinions appear not to have been written yet, and we'll talk a little bit about how that leak might have occurred. But I want to talk about how startling it is that the security around the court, because this kind of information by and large stays with the justices, and with their clerks.

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Lila Rose: Twitter Censors Pic of Baby Possibly Killed in Infanticide

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | Last month

Lila Rose: Twitter Censors Pic of Baby Possibly Killed in Infanticide

"So you have been all over this gruesome horrific I'm out of modifiers to describe how awful this D.C. and fantasize case is And the latest development I saw this morning correct me if I'm wrong is one of the I think it was life site news was covering the gruesomeness of this event the side case out of D.C. and apparently had some of their features locked out on Twitter is did I read that accurately You're right It was life news and they were blocked suspended from their account I think they're back in now because they posted one of the images of these 5 children who were nearly full term who had been victims of possible infanticide or illegal abortions These are the images that live action published a little over two weeks ago now And it takes a surprise us I mean Twitter has been basically shadow banning or otherwise try to suppress pro life speech now for 6 years I mean live action in my organization was first targeted 6 years ago We were banned from doing any promotions on Twitter even while Planned Parenthood the biggest abortion chain does do advertising freely on Twitter but pro life groups were being prohibited from it And this is going on for 6 years So it's not a surprise that this is the latest hit that Twitter is taking at pro life the probably few points

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What Happens to Pro-Life Movement if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:09 min | Last month

What Happens to Pro-Life Movement if Roe v. Wade Is Overturned?

"What happens to the pro life movement if the Supreme Court does kind of like expected and overturns roe versus wade? The court's decision is due. This spring, it could come any time in the next few months. And it may well be that a majority either a 6 three majority or a 5 four majority will dispatch not only roe V wade, but Planned Parenthood versus Casey. And this would return the abortion decision to the states. Now, apparently a lot of states are kind of gearing up for this. So some version of this, a handful of states have passed Mississippi style laws. And these are laws that basically use the 15 week threshold. They go, yeah, abortion is allowed. Before 15 weeks, but after 15 weeks, it's not. Now, some of these cases have been blocked by the courts, spending the Supreme Court's decision, but it's the Supreme Court overturns roe. These laws will all immediately be viable to use that phrase plucked from the abortion debate itself.

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Orgs Like 'Catholics for Choice' Cross-Promote Planned Parenthood

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | Last month

Orgs Like 'Catholics for Choice' Cross-Promote Planned Parenthood

"There's an organization called Catholics for choice, can imagine that has a huge following. For youth having accurate information and answers to questions they need related to sex, reproductive healthcare, and changing bodies, healthy relationships is critical in helping make their own informed decisions. Do we have cut 28 lined up? Let's play cut 28. To find out if your friend is pregnant, they can take a home pregnancy test. These tests are available in grocery stores. Drugstores and local family planning clinics, like Planned Parenthood. So that's just a short snippet where they are advertising, Planned Parenthood, through these videos. So here's how to have sex. Here's how to watch porn. Here's how to go. And by the way, if you get pregnant, here's also a resource planned parent. It's a business model. Every single one of these industries need each other. Play cut 29. Be aware that there are some clinics that trick women into coming to them for pregnancy options counseling. But then did not accurately provide all of the information or talk honestly about all of the options open to a pregnant person. There are three options open to a person who finds themselves pregnant. Becoming a parent, putting the child up for adoption and aborting the pregnancy. Option one is to continue the pregnancy and parent the baby. This is a tough road, especially if the person is still a teenager or in school. This is a tough road. So you might not have to have a child showing the child crying. Miss propaganda, it's pro abortion propaganda that's happening in your schools.

Idaho Supreme Court temporarily blocks new abortion law

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Idaho Supreme Court temporarily blocks new abortion law

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Bongino Displeased About Local School Hosting Planned Parenthood Rep

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | Last month

Bongino Displeased About Local School Hosting Planned Parenthood Rep

"You know the show is obviously live So I get this store in the break Jim's like what is he gonna do What is he doing now One of my daughter's schools I'm not gonna say where but school I'm extremely unhappy with and have been for a long time It's become an indoctrination factory of leftist nonsense I just get this email Dear parents on April 21st is a guest speaker for the kids school will be a I'm not going to say the name but a health educator with Planned Parenthood Oh oh they will Oh really That's fascinating Thanks for telling us It says it's the 7th year this program has been a part of their seminars Oh really That's good It's good to know It says considering the sensitive nature of this topic Oh what do you mean You mean whacking kids in the womb You mean that one What are you talking about What do you think Planned Parenthood does exactly Played by therapy Preventative healthcare but no they're into preventing human life business That's what they do Considering the sensitive nature some parents may prefer to have these conversations with their child privately Yeah I do I see Isabelle whacking kids not a good idea Terminating life in them no good Yeah we have that conversation often And prefer that their student does not participate in this presentation Oh yeah they just got a B mail from me Yes they did Yes they did I'm trying to you may be saying good Sorry just texted this to my daughter Under the under no circumstances will you attend this Hold on I got to text her back This is important Sorry folks I'm not kidding She says sounds good Don't go to this No matter what This is ridiculous I mean you want to talk about imperfect timing right

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Fox Analyst Gregg Jarrett Discusses KBJ's Legal Theories on Child Porn

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Fox Analyst Gregg Jarrett Discusses KBJ's Legal Theories on Child Porn

"We are back with Greg Jarrett. He is the illegal mind political analyst for Fox News follow him at Greg Jarrett by his book, the witch hunt and the Russia hoax. Right now we are witnessing it is dick Danang blumenthal, who is asking questions, puff piece questions from the judge that has been nominated to the Supreme Court by the Biden administration. Greg, just a couple of things about this individual judge katangi Brown Jackson. She helped bring a case against the Trump administration to reinstate 81 Planned Parenthood programs across America. She has refused to state whether or not she believes in a living constitution. And then the strangest thing at all of all, we played it in the break Greg. She has this logic about why she gave the lowest sentence is possible to a child pornographers, she said, well, because the law was written before the Internet, the amount of porn that you can child porn that you can access is so much easier today. Therefore, they should be given a break. Is there some legal principle behind that? No, there's none. And actually one can make the opposite argument because of the ease of gaining child porn and people taking advantage of that ease. The penalty should be more stringent. So it's not an argument that I bought. But it's an argument that others will buy into. I think she's obviously incredibly smart. Knows a great deal about the law in the constitution. But she has been very clever in her responses, she will tell you how she'll go about deciding a particular case, but she won't tell you how she goes about interpreting the constitution, which is principally with Supreme Court Justices do.

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Activist Abby Johnson Talks About Her New Book 'Fierce Mercy'

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:22 min | 2 months ago

Activist Abby Johnson Talks About Her New Book 'Fierce Mercy'

"Have sitting next to me here, Abby Johnson, who has a new book out called fierce, mercy, daring to live out God's compassion in bold and practical ways. So we've just heard the gist of your story. So what is this new book about fierce mercy? Yeah, so I wanted to write sort of a follow-up to unplanned. So I write on plan that comes out in 2011, then that was sort of my journey in and out of Planned Parenthood. Then I write another book called the walls are talking. And that was specific stories from inside the abortion industry. Then the film unplanned comes out in 2019. The film, the story you just told was told in a feature film called unplanned. That's right. With my friend Mike lindell driving a bulldozer. That was of course my favorite part of the film. Yeah. Mine too. But and then yesterday we're here at NRB. The woman who played you, I think I saw her yesterday. Yeah, she was here. At a gathering. But that film came out when. 29, March 2019. 2019, okay? Yeah. So keep going. And so I thought, you know, everything I've done has been really intensely focused on abortion, which I mean, that's my Wheelhouse, right? But there's so much more to my story than just I used to run a clinic, right? So, I mean, I've been married for 6, 16 years, I think, 16 years. And my husband and I have gone through a tremendous amount of healing, you know, my husband was always pro life when I worked at Planned Parenthood. So when I left Planned Parenthood, we had to go through a tremendous amount of healing, our marriage went a very tough place. So we had to work through a lot. We had a huge conversion just in our faith journey. We were kicked out of the church that we had been going to because it was pro choice. We were told we were not welcome there. You went to a church that specifically identified as pro choice. Yeah, the Episcopal Church. Oh, I've heard of the Episcopal Church. They've gone to hell in a handbasket. Yeah. In a good way, I would never insult the Episcopal Church on this program. Wow. Okay, so I mean the idea they kicked you out, they're supposed to be like really inclusive. Super tolerant. So I we were kicked out. We had this big faith transition and coming back to Christ. And then when I left Planned Parenthood, I just had one kid and actually I was a terrible mom while I worked at Planned Parenthood. I was never home, I worked 80 hours a week. I really didn't even want to be a mom. And so, you know, God really changed my heart on that too. I had to relearn how to be a mom. I had to relearn how to be a way to learn how to be a wife. And then now we have 8 children. So we went from one child to 8 children. We adopted one of our children. And so there was just a lot to our story and I wanted to talk about all of that. And

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'Fierce Mercy' Author Abby Johnson Shares Amazing Her Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:23 min | 2 months ago

'Fierce Mercy' Author Abby Johnson Shares Amazing Her Story

"With Abby Johnson. Some of you know Abby Johnson, I never know Abby, how to describe you. You're a fierce voice for the unborn, but if you don't mind because I have such an eclectic audience, there are people that aren't familiar with your story. So before we talk about your new book, which is called fierce mercy, if you don't mind, give a brief version of your story how you came to where you are. Sure. So I worked at Planned Parenthood for 8 years of my life. I was an abortion clinic director, started in college, moved my way up. And ended up leaving in October of 2009 after a few things that happened, just started to realize what was really going on inside of the industry and ultimately though left after witnessing a live ultrasound guided abortion procedure where I saw 13 week old baby fight and struggle for his life and I knew then that there was life in the womb. There was humanity in the womb and if those two things were true, then I knew I was on the wrong side of the debate. So I ended up leaving and sort of accidentally getting involved in the pro life movement because Planned Parenthood sued me and that ended up going public. And yeah, now I go around and fight for life. I'm in

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

03:07 min | 8 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"It. Well i think that people like us who are either reporting or who who do this work. Every day are often talking about these terms but we found that folks that are actually seeking care. Don't don't put themselves on that binary do not identify with with To political terms that were used of pro-choice or or pro-life. And so i think talking about what it is. Which is a right to safe legal abortion. It is how we talk about now. Jamie and dr ash. Thanks for joining us today. Is there anything else that you'd like to say a on the subjects that we've been discussing i'll i'll start in say that virginians have an important choice to make now through november second and that abortion rights are on the line in this election. We've seen how lon- yung-chen with secretly recorded saying he wants to go offense to defend planned parenthood and to to ban abortion and we also saw that winsome sears. The republican candidate for lieutenant governor would support a texas style abortion ban. And so it's critically important that those who support abortion rights turn out to vote and on pee pads website. You can see all the candidates that we've endorsed in this election here. I'll just second What jamie sane and You know this is not theoretical. Every day i'm seeing patients who are accessing abortion care and hearing their stories Have patients who come from all walks of life and knowing what accessing a safe legal abortion means to them and for their futures And so. I think sometimes we get caught up in thinking of the politics and these we hear about these bands and we don't realize that there are people on the other end of this. Who really need this care And that's that's what. I say every day as doctor and we're not talking about restrictions or legislation that improves health and safety. It's really Aimed at limiting access to this essential care And so i think it's just incredibly incredibly important as jamie said that folks get out and vote this year. Especially so that's all for this episode head us up on social media or get in touch at transition. Virginia dot com. There you can check the transcript this episode and find the links to support the show on patriot special thanks to trowel who transcribes every one of these accessible to everyone. Thanks for listening to transition. Virginia if you like what you heard. Give us a five star review. It helps other people find the show. We'll be back next week. So subscribe to the show so you don't miss a single episode transition. Virginia is produced by jack leg media llc..

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

07:39 min | 8 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"Som- history. Taking talking about a patience options sometimes an ultrasound. Depending on the circumstances sometimes we have patients had an ultrasound somewhere else. And they'll bring that that will work And we offer both medication abortion and procedure based abortion at our health centers. medication abortion. Priests impli is just a combination of a couple of medications when you take Here with us an asset that you take it home. That essentially causes a miscarriage and so patients will pass the pregnancy at home. That's an option up until around. Eleven weeks of pregnancy men. The other option is an in clinic. Option which Is a procedure really similar to. What would happen for miscarriage. patients often receive ib cetaceans. They're nice and comfortable and we perform pretty straightforward outpatient procedure. Usually takes a couple minutes. They recover here for about a half an hour and then we'll go home. Many of our patients choose to do testing for other things like sexually transmitted infections or take access birth control why they're here And those are other services that we offer lehto wide range of patients seeking care. You just raise something that's actually become somewhat of a issue on the campaign trail. Which is you know. At what stage does the fetus had the ability to feel pain. Dr ramesh walks inside of the sort of different timeframes that the law creates cutoff. Points there right so in obstetrics and gynecology we use a trimester frame of framework in the vast majority of our patients At planned parenthood are in the first trimester of pregnancy which is really the first Thirteen to fourteen weeks of pregnancy in terms of Fetal pain there is data available to demonstrate sort of both looking at nervous system development. That fetal pain Develops right around twenty eight weeks. And so that's those are not patients that were seen here at planned. Parenthood we do provide abortions in the second trimester At two of our health centers. And that something that was instrumentally changed by The laws that jamie's referencing that were rolled back and really open access to a population that has a very difficult time accessing care otherwise. So what happens when people seeking an abortion. Don't have access to a safer legal medical procedure but we have great data on that actually from the turn away. Study done by folks in california that really demonstrates that patients who are not able to access the care they need. They often end up parenting and are at increased risk of ongoing complications with their health including their mental health and similar outcomes. I can tell you as someone who sees patients every day Majority of my patients really express relief at being able to access the service And so it's just an incredibly incredibly important part of care that you're living in a place where you may have to travel over a hundred miles or more to access. The care can really the barriers really. Add up so planned. Parenthood is probably best known for a place where people can get up safe legal abortion but the patients are not exclusively women. These clinics are men non binary genders as you were just talking about. An abortions are only one of the services that is offered by planned parenthood. Dr romesh could you describe the typical patients that are helped there at planned parenthood and outlines kind of the breadth of services that are available absolutely so abortion is a really important part of our work But like you said it's not our only service so ask our health centres. We offer the services. Typically you would think of happening at planned. Parenthood so annual exams for cervical cancer screening birth control counseling and starting about birth control method. We offer primary care services. So we manage folks diabetes and high blood pressure anxiety and depression is a huge part of our primary care. I'm patient population especially right now. During the pandemic we provide gender affirming hormone services to trench under a non binary folks And we even do a sect me at two of our four health centers. Lower to come in a couple of years when i'm done having kids a. jamie coming from planned. Parenthood advocates of virginia. What is your role during this election season. So in addition to running planned parenthood advocates virginia. I also serve as executive director of planned. Parenthood virginia pack our political action committee and planned. Parenthood advocates virginia have endorsed over seventy five candidates for the house of delegates. As well as terry mcauliffe or governor highly allah for lieutenant governor and mark caring for attorney general and the pack is working to get out the vote for them so we are doing door knocking. We're making phone calls. We are running digital ads in support of some of our candidates as well as sending out mail. So we're kind of going all in to make sure that we keep our pro reproductive health majority in the house of delegates and that we also keep the statewide offices in in the hands of those that will stand up for reproductive rights. Jamie in the last debate. The moderator brought up the possibility of support for a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right to an abortion. I assume planned. Parenthood has has a opinion on that. What's your position and do you think that would be a good idea. Yes we absolutely need to make sure that the right to a safe legal abortion is protected in the commonwealth and as we mentioned earlier the supreme court has really undone. Fifty years of precedent by not stopping texas's law from taking effect. So we need to make sure that in the next legislative session we move forward legislation to protect the right no matter what happens in the federal courts. I'm curious about the language that we use to talk about all this stuff and how it's changed in recent years for many many many years our listeners probably heard about the debate over pro choice versus pro-life in more recent years the language has evolved. And we now talk about abortion rights supporters and abortion rights opponents or reproductive rights supporters and reproductive rights opponents. Talk about that language in terms of pro choice in pro-life and sort of how that's problematic. Sure well. I don't think the exact terminology is that important but when someone makes the decision to end their pregnancy and having an abortion they should be able to do so and so you know ultimately those words about how we feel Does it matter to the individual who has made the decision to end their pregnancy. Are you but i mean for people who are journalists and you know right things in the newspaper and say things on the radio. The language is actually really important. So i'm just sort of wondering why pro-life pro-choice why that framing was so bad..

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

07:38 min | 8 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"My patients are scared and my staff is scared nervous They are hearing about this on the news and really wondering what's the future abortion access in our country on this episode of transition. Virginia you'll see the dam breaking we talk about abortion. Abortion rights are on the line in this election were joined by the executive director of planned parenthood advocates virginia. Jamie lockhart at the could come to virginia. If we're not successful with the election second. We're also joined by the medical director of the virginia league for planned. Parenthood doctor shawn ramesh. It's just a case of legislating. The example you get a voicemail about vaccine mandates for domestic flights knighted. Feel much safer. Finding everybody on the plane had the shot. Then i would only have to worry about somebody drinking too much punch in all that and so much more on this episode of transition virginia to transition virginia the podcast skill in z. Ongoing transition of power in. Virginia politics on michael pope later. The show. we'll talk about. The fight could protect reproductive rights for joined by the executive director of planned parenthood advocates of virginia. Jamie lockhart and dr shanty. Ramesh the medical director of the virginia league for parents that we talked about that in texas and what it means for states across the country including here in virginia. We also talk about the influence reproductive rights. We'll have this election cycle plus talk a little bit about language seeking of language. I know twenty. Nineteen is ancient history. Now but didn't you cover an antiabortion rally back then. Because i think i recall seeing you get into it on twitter about how you are framing opponents of abortion rights. It's funny how two thousand nineteen seems like such ancient history doesn't it. I mean like almost like we're talking about a different planet But yeah it was during the veto session back. In april early april of two thousand nineteen there were thousands of people that were there in capitol square. And so i was there taking pictures and doing live tweeting and i did a story for the radio about it and now. Npr style is to avoid using the terms pro choice and pro life in favor of abortion rights supporters and abortion rights opponents. by as. Well i think the terms pro choice and pro life. Don't really tell you what's at stake. There are actual rights that are involved here and the old terms kind of obscure the fact that people who call themselves pro-life are opposing abortion rights. The associated press has very similar rules. They've also abandoned pro-life pro-choice in favor of anti abortion and abortion rights supporters now. The problem is that people who are anti abortion and oppose abortion rights. They really like being called pro life. And when you don't use their language it gets under their skin and so that's what happened in april of two thousand nineteen when i was at this rally in capitol square a right there on the steps of the capitol. I tweeted a photo of the scene. And i wrote that. Thousands of abortion rights opponents had gathered for the march on life and i was immediately hit on twitter. By somebody asking me if i was afraid to call the rally a pro-life rally so ignored it and continued tweeting. The event later when republican lawmakers emerged on the scene to dramatically. Walk down the steps of the capitol. I tweeted a photo of that. And once again i called the event a gathering of abortion rights opponents. Now once again. I was hit with twitter by criticism. Saying i wasn't calling it a pro-life rally and once again. I did not engage these people on twitter. Let it hang out there. L. feed the charles and so when this march for life was almost over. I walked down to the base of the hill so that i could get one of those panoramic shots at the scene because there were literally thousands of people there and so once again. I called this thing a gathering of abortion rights opponents. This time i got a response from a friend of mine who's an episcopal priest. And he wondered why. I wasn't calling the people in the crowd life proponents so i posted the link of the ap style book and explain the phrases abortion rights supporter and abortion rights. Opponent are ways of describing people that clarify what's at stake in the policy debate. Now he thought the word supporter might sort of tip the scales and seem to favor one side over the other which is a perspective i can understand and i guess this kind of crystallizes the debate over language which is that we have these laws and these rights that some people want to protect and support while other people want to undermine and get rid of so i can understand why the people at that rally prefer to be called pro-life but in reality they're opposing abortion rights yet. Well stick around for later in the episode. Because you'll really want to hear our guest demystify. What it is to have an abortion. They walk us through it and they also walk us through the many other services that they offer including michael of a secta me so if you identify as a man or non binary gender and you walk into a planned parenthood you can get your vasectomy so definitely. Take them up on that as soon as you're ready. Okay thomas we should welcome our new patriots. Who do we have to thank this week. Yes michael. we've got a couple new patriots here. So derek l. And benjamin h are the newest friends of the podcast. Thank you for being our friends. And for buying michael a coffee to get him a drink when he edits the show and we also have a brand new state wide candidate michael statewide candidate. What's that that's the highest patriotic tear. We offer right. Now thank you. Yeah thank you tom. G for chipping in to help us produce the show. We answer every question from patrons in this tier we also let them request a topic for an episode. So tom let us know. If there's a topic. You think transition. Virginia should cover so we're hearing from our patriot. Fans about how much they love. The show were also hearing from our listeners. About our regular contributor. Steve arly right steve. Hartley's steph is a hit tracy israel wrote. I wanted to let you know that. I loved steve arts comedy spots on the podcasts about broadband the eviction moratorium political gridlock lock and public sector unions. He's a funny guy and does great work. We also got this email from carlisle bean. Who wrote i got compliment. You on your regular contributor steve artly. He puts a humorous spin on your deadly serious commentaries which makes their subject more comprehensible to the uneducated but vocal among us. Anything that helps neutralize. That cohort is a good thing plus. He's lucid and funny. His skillful parities are decidedly entertaining. Thank you carlisle. Being writes to us. And i would say the same thing back to carlisle so thank you for the response and keep the letters coming. Hopefully we will be able to read them on the podcast and thomas. Speaking of steve artly. I mean he's so popular. We should probably play his latest parody. Which he's calling the.

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

06:14 min | 8 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"So many people that are saying, I don't want to do this. I don't want to be here. I don't want to make this choice, but I feel like I have no other option. And to me, at that point, that's no better than the pro life side that's kind of trying to trap you into a trap you, but that they don't believe that you should be able to make the alternate choice that they want to put you in a position where you would have to have the baby. And I just, I think that there should be common sense restrictions, they think that they're very much should be regulations that the industry should be better regulated. I think that we should be listening when people are saying something's wrong with the way things are done with the practices. Here's something I noticed that I found very interesting, kind of comparing the two. With Planned Parenthood when there was a series of undercover videos that came out showing some Planned Parenthood workers speaking really, really poor decisions and accepting patients and clients who were being brought in by their pimps and things like that. But these were underage girls or girls that were in the sex industry. And you could very much tell that they were being coarse. And there were certain workers that were making poor decisions are going against protocol. Now Planned Parenthood's immediate reaction was to say, note that never happened, even though the full unedited videos of these interactions were online. So Planned Parenthood tried to say, oh, they were edited and everything. No, you could get, you could see the fool and it in videos online. Instead of taking this opportunity to say, you know what, we can improve our training. We can better screen our people, you know, we can better watch our people instead of taking this opportunity to improve their organization, they double down on note the pro life movements just lying and they're making this stuff up..

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:58 min | 8 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Like two. You kind of have the two extreme perspectives. And so for you to be able to come together and be able to say like, okay, so this is what this is what I found through my journey and experience with this object matter. I think that's really really wonderful. Yeah, the interesting thing is, is I could absolutely argue both points. You know, I know the talking points of both sides so well. I was actually I would go speak at the capitol in Sacramento California on behalf of Planned Parenthood and speak to the news outlets and speak to the representatives and stuff there. And then later, I ended up being a kind of social media coordinator for Abby. So I was responding to people on her social media platforms and stuff. And helping her with her outreach, not because I was pro life or not because I was opposed to abortion. But I could very much respond as she would, because I knew exactly what the talking points and the important points were. And. Her stances and her things have very much changed over time. But at the time when I volunteered at Planned Parenthood, I am not gonna lie. I hated the pro life movement. I mean, vehemently hated the pro life movement, partially because Planned Parenthood kind of set that in my mind that these were the bad guys. These were the people trying to take our rights away, and they were trying to ruin my life and all this. So I had this very strong narrative in my mind of what these people were, but also because I had a personal experience. And this is something I haven't talked about publicly, but I had this personal experience where I found myself in an unplanned pregnancy shortly after my mom passed away. And I panicked and I didn't know what to do and I didn't want to have an abortion and I reached out to the pro life movement to the people that had been protesting at my clinic for all this time and saying, we love you and we care about you and will help you no matter what. And I reached out, and I said, look, this is a situation I'm in. And here I am, you know, playing Paradise court putting her tail between her legs, saying I need your help. And it seemed on the surface. It's okay, we're going to take you to the crisis pregnancy centers and we're going to help you, but it was really, we're going to give you diapers and formula and you can figure out the hell out on your own. And that was very disheartening because here I am a person that just lost her mom. I'm on my own. I have no money. I have nothing to speak up. I'm literally scraping by month month and they're going, well, we'll give you some diapers and formula. And I just had the worst taste in my mouth about the entire movement because I thought that that's what they were, you know, or these people that were love you and we're going to take you under our wing. Oh, no, you're too much trouble. You're too needy. You have too many needs. And Abby was the first person that I came across that wasn't like that that she very much when I end up getting pregnant with my son said, what

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"We are creating as a society, it's become very much an us versus them mentality. And when you're stuck in that, when you're stuck in these are my beliefs and no one and nothing could ever swing me from those beliefs, you missed a really amazing opportunity to learn and to grow. And for me, learning different things and learning different perspectives helped me step away from the narrative that I was being given by whatever people, you know, by the representatives, like my state representatives or Planned Parenthood themselves or fellow volunteers, I could step away and say, but that's not what I believe that's not what I agree with. Let me formulate my own feelings and opinions instead of just parroting what I'm told. And that nowadays, I think, is more useful than ever and more needed than ever because we're so afraid that if we listen to another person or give even thought to another person's experience or opinion, then we're in some way, betraying our own, and that's just simply not true. Yes, I completely agree. The other thing that I find sometimes hard to do, especially when talking about difficult subjects like this is I will open myself up to because I am pretty adamantly pro choice. As far as like my abortion stance is concerned, I have mixed feelings about Planned Parenthood, just in general. And I think that's probably true for a lot of people, just like the organization itself. As a stand-alone like organization, but I have found myself where I where I'm somebody who I want to understand both sides. I want to understand what are all the points.

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:09 min | 9 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"But i'm i'm getting better. I'm i'm i'm trying to get a lot better about like about all of those things especially since i think i've gotten a lot better from the like from that Like from that point in time But yeah so that. Was that now fast forward. A couple of years so i was twin four sisters rather recently within the last four or five years. Kind of thing again. I was on birth control. I was trying to do because that was because that was traumatic. For me i like. I didn't have sex for really long time Not with a man anyway. I didn't have sex with a man for a very long time. After that. And i so because i wasn't having sex with men i kind of like shied away a little bit from birth control Because i was like well. It's not even possible like can't happen if i'm like exclusively having sex with women but then You know things started to get a little bit more normalized in my life. Like things started to calm down and i moved to texas and You know i. I decided okay so i moved. I moved here like we're gonna we're gonna start over. We're going to kind of clean slate. Fresh start sort of thing. And so i made an appointment you know as you do for your annual exam and i decided that i wanted to get back on birth control but i knew i didn't want to do the pill because i had a very traumatic experience with with that And so i need. I wanted something a little bit more like reliable Now i knew people who had like got the thing and their arm So i was like looking into doing that And i was talking to my doctor about it and shoes go. Have you heard of an iud It lasts for like five years. We put it in your good for five years. Like it's good to go and i was like well because cashews lutheran your arm like it can have a lot of side effects including like you know weight gain and i know you said that that was sort of a thing she did say though that like it kinda didn't really matter what birth control i was on that was gonna be a side effect weight gain or weight. Loss was gonna be like it was going to affect my weight just because of the hormones and stuff and so but she. But the reason that i went with the iud was because the thing in your arm. I don't even remember what it's called but the thing in your arm only lasts for like three years. But the i you d was like she's like no less for five years and i was like well..

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Same nurse that had you know asked me. Do i want to know what the sex of the child is and told me that everything was fine and that the heartbeat was strong and everything was good. I remember she came in and she was like you're miscarrying and it was like the look on her face like she like. She didn't understand because she was like. I just saw you like two hours ago and everything was fine. And now we're here and you're miscarrying and i don't remember like feeling that same kind of way with her. I remember just i. If i'm being perfectly honest. I remember like immense relief like immense immense relief because it was to me And i've said this many times before. I'm not religious. I'm not a religious person. I don't do organized religion. If i am anything it would be like spiritual. I guess if anything at all but i remember feeling like immense relief and being like the fucking university new man thank you universe. It was almost like i was absolved. I remember this feeling of like almost feeling like i was absolve of because i felt like i was absolved. Having to make those choices. Like i was very much absolve. Like i didn't like i didn't actually have to make any of the bad decisions because that choice was made for me and like just a wave of relief. Came over.

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:48 min | 9 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Is gaping as a gaping hole in it. But that's not. That's not what we're here to talk about right now That's a different episode that we will cover at some point. Do not fear it really. It really affects those those socioeconomic groups and minorities allot those are the chew food groups. I guess that it will affect the most and who hot button issues. yeah so i was. I was about twenty. When i found out that i was pregnant. And i didn't find out that i was pregnant until the second trimester now. This is not true for every woman that gets pregnant. This is just happened to be true for me When i was pregnant the first time. I didn't show very much. I didn't it just kind of looked like i was getting a little bit of weight but i wasn't showing like my belly. Wasn't you know huge. I wasn't. I was definitely like eating more and iras lake more hungry I don't remember having any like weird cravings or anything like that My weight has always been like a really big issue for me We'll talk about that on a future episode as well but it never like it. Wasn't plainly obvious that i was pregnant. it definitely just looked like i had been you know gaining some weight which was normal. I later found out which is normal for For me my mom when she was pregnant with me Because i'm the oldest. She found out she notoriously has said that people asked her you know. Are you sure you're pregnant. Because she wasn't showing she just wasn't showing and i have met many many many other women who have had that same experience where you know your pants just kind of fit a little bit tighter and you feel like you're just kinda gaining weight. You're not you don't really know like unless you have a reason to now Or to suspect that that could be the case that you could be pregnant. You don't it's just not like plainly obvious. Let's just not something that you do and i especially. It didn't really occur to me to think that i was pregnant. Because i was on birth control I was taking the pill at the time. Ever this view. The don't know about the pill. I am not a huge advocate for the pill just because of my own personal experience of the pill You have to take it like every single day like at the same time every single day. And it kind of renders the birth control useless. If you like skip a day or you like don't take it at the same time and i was.

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

02:48 min | 9 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Is gaping as a gaping hole in it. But that's not. That's not what we're here to talk about right now That's a different episode that we will cover at some point. Do not fear it really. It really affects those those socioeconomic groups and minorities allot those are the chew food groups. I guess that it will affect the most and who hot button issues. yeah so i was. I was about twenty. When i found out that i was pregnant. And i didn't find out that i was pregnant until the second trimester now. This is not true for every woman that gets pregnant. This is just happened to be true for me When i was pregnant the first time. I didn't show very much. I didn't it just kind of looked like i was getting a little bit of weight but i wasn't showing like my belly. Wasn't you know huge. I wasn't. I was definitely like eating more and iras lake more hungry I don't remember having any like weird cravings or anything like that My weight has always been like a really big issue for me We'll talk about that on a future episode as well but it never like it. Wasn't plainly obvious that i was pregnant. it definitely just looked like i had been you know gaining some weight which was normal. I later found out which is normal for For me my mom when she was pregnant with me Because i'm the oldest. She found out she notoriously has said that people asked her you know. Are you sure you're pregnant. Because she wasn't showing she just wasn't showing and i have met many many many other women who have had that same experience where you know your pants just kind of fit a little bit tighter and you feel like you're just kinda gaining weight. You're not you don't really know like unless you have a reason to now Or to suspect that that could be the case that you could be pregnant. You don't it's just not like plainly obvious. Let's just not something that you do and i especially. It didn't really occur to me to think that i was pregnant. Because i was on birth control I was taking the pill at the time. Ever this view. The don't know about the pill. I am not a huge advocate for the pill just because of my own personal experience of the pill You have to take it like every single day like at the same time every single day. And it kind of renders the birth control useless. If you like skip a day or you like don't take it at the same time and i was.

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"God hotcakes on sports. He is but he's done he's not you pardoned him. He's coming back. He wants to drew. Brees i to throw him in prison and deep dives into the paranormal. The loveland fragment at approximately three thirty. Am and unnamed. Businessman are the most credible witness. Maybe you just doing business. When i saw a join us every monday. And let's talk most available on apple podcasts. Spotify and all your favorite podcasting apps what is up weirdos. You're listening to the manic pixie weirdo. I'm abigail your host and this is the podcast where we talk about all the different kinds of relationships that we have in our lives so this week. We're talking about my personal relationship with abortion and planned parenthood. you couldn't tell by the title This is the hot button issue. Especially right now. I did not plan this but it just sort of like happened this way that this was coming out right around the same time. Thoughts Texas reliably texas's abortion law. Passed So i wanted to go ahead and put a big trigger warning all. Put it in the description and everything too but a big trigger warning four miscarriages trauma and abortion. Because i will be talking about like my personal experience with those those topics so i just wanted to go ahead and put a bigger warning if those are very sensitive topics for you. Please don't hesitate to turn off the podcast or just not listen to it. Skip it altogether Because it is such a hot button issue and it you know it can hit a lot of nerves with people so I just wanted to go ahead and put that big trigger warning up here at the top of the episode Just for everybody so that you can protect yourself skies protect yourselves. Yeah and don't feel bad if this is an episode that you feel ready to listen to or even want to listen to you. It's completely fine. it's not for everybody. Then that's totally without being said though. I do want to go ahead and just get right into it so okay like i said this is a big hot button issue especially right now and i did not plan this. It just happened to work out this way. that right. Around the time that the oppression. Bill passed in texas and several other states south alabama. Chew believe in a couple of others. Y- just happened that way it just. It really just happened that way. So let's get right into it. So i have.

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Am now back to the day Bram. Show. We are back and my next guest is Lucille Array. She is with planned parenthood. New England, we just heard from Mary beer worth with the Vermont right to life committee. Are Amos mornings to sort of get caught up on where things stand with a proposed constitutional amendment here in Vermont, which would protect reproductive rights in the state and also find out what folks are thinking and doing in connection with the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court by President Trump that nomination is pending before the US Senate hearings are expected upcoming. Once a the Senate gets passed this crisis related to Kobe nineteen and. We will see what unfolds in coming weeks on that front. Lucy Larissa's with us on the telephone good morning. Lucy thanks for joining me. Very Nice Dave I'm happy to be here and so tell us what planned parenthood is thinking about the upcoming particularly legislative elections in Vermont I would gather that you're hoping that the legislature will have a similar makeup and it's coming two year biennium when it would likely pass for second time this amendment to the state constitution and then put before voters in November of twenty to. Tell us. What's what's what's happening from your perspective? Yes. Sure. That session, we had overwhelming support for the constitutional amendment in the Senate. There are thirty members and twenty eight of them. Twenty eight out of thirty voted to advance this. We have in the house there were there were similarly There are one hundred, fifty numbers and I don't remember the exact though but they was it was a hundred and. Thirty seven I believe who voted in favor. That's pretty overwhelming support and Say it again. Now I'm not remembering the numbers but yes, overwhelming support in both chambers. And this just by virtue of the way. Vermont. Passes Constitutional amendments they have to clear this hurdle twice they have to they have to be approved by the legislature in two. Successive. By any and then they owe to the To the voters..

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"The most Earth a mother it's just got to the point where she has too many children and needs to have it. But otherwise I, think that you know, I'm for the abortion if it's a bunch of teenage girls going into A. Going into hospital and getting into because they don't want the baby they're carrying, and then they go back out get pregnant again. That's a medical problem for them sooner or later it will affect their uterus. Okay. Thanks for the call Bobby. D from Duxbury. What's on your mind this morning? Hi Well, that sounds like High Eugenics me but My husband and I adopted our children. Abortion does kill. A child a human child I mean it's not. Ball now it's science. Full. Even Science, right. and I think this is A. Abortion is terrible. Look at the demographic. Of the United. States of. Vermont of Europe. Of. Japan Japan a dying nation they kill their babies. I mean. This is it's true with these are facts. Numbers you can't. You can't I mean I suppose you can argue with numbers but. They're they're. All right. Well, I gotTa jump appreciate it very much. your call. Thanks for checking in the call the. Very Pertinent Vermont since nineteen, seventy two. Legalize Vermont we have avoided over a hundred thousand. In the state of mind and you will hear so thought Austin. We need an influx of one hundred thousand. Say for economic. Mary beer with you don't. Regret one thing which is that we we've all we're almost out of time here just. Very quickly what are your thoughts about the amy conybeare nomination to the US Supreme Court I gotTa, support that nomination. I won't. About, any event I feel like it's out with the old time as an enlisted. Woman who has not given up the or family he had family on with her life and is even attended may success with two children? If knee. And and I think she'd remarkable and I think the country of allows. Her appointment. Laura Mary thank you very much for spending some time with us this morning, and as I mentioned folks after the bottom of the hour break here on the day Graham Show and W Dav. We're going to be hearing from Lucy. Lucia planned parenthood might hear some. counterarguments here. That's what we do on the day of Graham Show and we just have a minute which is enough time for me to do a couple things. One is to remind everyone that after the show today a little after eleven o'clock, that is with the CBS News, we go live to our special coverage of a one of the breaking news conferences headed up by Governor Phil Scott we're hill have other. State officials with him talking about the states response to the COVID nineteen crisis. It's something we've been carrying for months. Now here on wd the news conferences are Tuesdays and Fridays at eleven. That's when the governor convenes them and we are bringing them to our listeners live, and so you can don't have to dial with the end of the day Graham show this morning he just stay right with wd Ev and We will be back after a bottom of the hour break for some CBS. News..

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"From Radio Vermont, it's the Dave Graham show on wd. It's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most view. Now here's your host Dave Graham. Morning it is Tuesday October the six and We have a goodful show lined up for you today. Lots of news relating to abortion politics in the United, states of America and to some extent here in Vermont as well. this past legislative session lawmakers approved an amendment to the Constitution of the state of Vermont making a Bramante State Constitutional Right that is going to be before lawmakers again in the twenty one, twenty, two session of the legislature, and then we'd be put to voters for statewide referendum following the next legislative biennium. If in fact it passed so you could say that abortion politics very much on the ballot this November as as a for monitors go to the polls to elect new lawmakers or where the current lawmakers makers, etc. The other aspects of course of to on the National Front is that Amy Coney Barrett is. President trump's nominee for the united. States Supreme Court. Her nomination is currently pending before the Senate and There's been some reporting just over the last few days that she has quite a clear and public record of. Essentially, wanting to restrict abortion rights and and chip away at Roe versus Wade. If not eliminated altogether, we thought it would be a good morning on which to discuss all of this and wanted to get a range of perspectives as we like to do here on the day of Graham Show. So we're going to be speaking I with a Mary Barra worth she is longtime advocate with a Vermont right to life group which opposes abortion and then Lucy. Liu Rich from planned parenthood will be joining us in the second half.

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That while Planned Parenthood federation of America is a big national organization the national group says they did not apply for these funds instead it's the local Planned Parenthood organizations that operate clinics around the country that received the money I talked with Stephanie frame the president and CEO of Planned Parenthood of southwest and central Florida she says they got a little over two million dollars mostly to cover employee paychecks economic uncertainty at that moment was profound and the two weeks while we waited for this loan we spent having some very tough conversations about what we do we didn't get this wrong so it's not clear how much Planned Parenthood or its affiliated groups have applied for or received nation wide fox news has reported and some Republican senators have repeated a figure of eighty million dollars combines nationally but the small business administration which administrates these loans would only say that the agency doesn't comment on individual borrowers okay but in any case the money was loaned to these Planned Parenthood chapters loans that they may not have to pay back if they keep people on the payroll like a lot of other businesses and non profits but this particular nonprofit does work that some Republican lawmakers are ideologically opposed to what they say right a Florida senator Marco Rubio who's chairman of the Senate small business committee says that Planned Parenthood isn't eligible for these funds under the program's rules he wants the money returned immediately he wants the SBA the small business administration to investigate why and how Planned Parenthood got the money and I talked with Republican senator James Lankford of Oklahoma who's also objected to this he also wants Planned Parenthood to send the money back that's what the Los Angeles Lakers are done that's what check check is done that's where rich Chris is done so other organizations arms exposed that they should not taken the money have returned the money so that would be the reasonable thing for them to be able to be a Lankford says because Planned Parenthood affiliates nationwide have many more than five hundred employees combined they don't qualify so Steve there's some dispute about how to interpret these rules but let's not forget there is a big political element to this I mean currently it is illegal in most cases for federal funds to pay for abortion but there is a long standing political debate about any federal funds going to Planned Parenthood because of what it has come to represent about the national debate around abortion and of course Planned Parenthood is argued they do a whole lot more than that perform abortions how is Planned Parenthood responding to this specific criticism here well they say they haven't received word from the SBA small business administration about this they only know what Republican senators are saying and what's been reported by fox which says that the SBA has sent a letter to Planned Parenthood affiliates informing them that they're not eligible for this money and instructing them to return it but again SBA isn't commenting on this are you able to figure out what the rules actually say and how they actually apply to this particular organization it's hard to say for sure Steve I talked to a few lawyers about this and I'm hearing that there is just a lot of confusion Republican senators insists Planned Parenthood doesn't qualify under the rules Planned Parenthood says each local affiliate looked at the program decided whether to apply for this paycheck support but a lot of lawyers say the rules are unclear and they've been changing Sir thanks for the update thank you that's NPR's Sarah McCammon we've heard a lot in our country with separation of powers about the differences between the states and the federal government as big metro areas reopen we learned of distinctions between different local governments one place to find a some frustration is metro Kansas city Aviva okay sin Haberman is with member station KCUR you need a three page spread sheet to piece together all of the different requirements and reopening dates around Kansas city the region crosses to states and spans nine counties and because of that there are no weakly coordinating calls for local leaders to discuss strategy they started in early April on one call earlier this month glass and mere Carol Suter told her fellow elected officials that they've created an almost impossible situation for people to navigate we look like chickens run around with their heads cut off his how can it be seen to have a warning on this side of the street but it's not safe to have a wedding across the street nonessential businesses in her city started opening may fourth well less than ten miles away Kansas city gyms and hair salons how to wait about a week and a half longer to open sooner is concerned about confusion resulting from the piecemeal approach but she argues that cities like cars that haven't been hard hit should be able to re open sooner that's where Kansas city mayor quick Lucas disagrees I figure I hop and because Caroline I always love a good back and forth Kansas city has roughly seven times the number of cases as suitors county Lucas says easing restrictions too early in one place poses a danger for everyone in that region he's quick to note that an outbreak at a meat processing plant roughly fifty miles away which was served in Kansas city covert cases saying that this group and maybe we will never get to this but the place that we actually need to get all of us recognizing that we are one place about twenty miles east of Kansas city blue springs mayor Carson Ross is concerned that other jurisdictions don't we grasp the economic toll of restrictions I think there's a reality check for us elected officials for those people that have not already lost confidence in our leadership they're losing confidence in the leadership because we're not on the same page we opening conversations like these are happening across the country Irma's bars addicts with the National League of cities is seen tension about reopening plans there's confusion in place and clearly in particular where you have a difference in city infection levels one suburban businesses near the city started re opening that pressured Kansas city mayor quick Lucas to reconsider his plans but he mostly worries that some people around the region don't grasp the threat of ku with nineteen I have people tell me all the time you have more people die of homicide during the stairwell mortars and you have a little bit so why should I care like in much of the nation in Kansas city the virus has disproportionately affected minority communities near Lucas says he gets comments from people saying the virus hasn't hurt their area and it makes me as a black mayor of a city with one black body in the capital of this region has frustrated me tremendously says there was a sense of unity when leaders throughout the region it should stay at home orders in late March now comes the hard part figuring out how to move forward for NPR news I'm if you focus and Haberman in Kansas city this is NPR news and this is KQED public radio good morning from the BBC in London I'm refuge under with BBC top line here a few of the stories we're following this hour the number of people globally infected by the corona viruses reached five million the rates of new infections continues to climb in many parts of the world particularly in poor and middle income countries Russia and Brazil whose leaders initially played down the impact of coronavirus have each registered around three hundred thousand cases warm pool one of the world's biggest long haul airlines Emirates has resumed commercial operations with a flight departing from Dubai to Australia only passengers with approvals from their home countries are being allowed to travel submit a Hashemi is injured by this was the first regular non repatriation flight to take off from the buy in nearly two months passengers have to go through temperature checks by a thermal scanners and then prince amber it's will be operating flights from Dubai to nine cities that include London Paris and Toronto and officials in India and Bangladesh so at least twenty two people are now known to have died in one of the most powerful cyclones to hit the region for years in Kolkata streets and part of the city's apple to submerged emergency workers are starting to clear fallen trees and debris but just getting to the worst affected areas will take time the chief minister of West Bengal competitor war saying the economic cost would run into billions of dollars Joe McGivern those are few of the stories we're looking at in London I'm rope you Jones at the BBC I'm Marco Werman from the.

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"planned parenthood" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"planned parenthood" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Use the promo code Mike g the left Alicia Milano people like her don't want you to hear the story of Abby Johnson, Abby Johnson was the lady I got to interview out of CPAC a couple of months ago. She of course, was the subject of the terrific movie unplanned, and boy, did she have an unplanned journey. She was a Planned Parenthood official in Texas. And then she had a change of heart. Her change of heart has led her to become one of the most prominent pro-life voices in America. She spoke at the rally was this outside the the clinic. The Planned Parenthood clinic Friday Lance had a great turnout. I'm told in Philly over thousand people showed up this is in response to that really angry liberal activist Brian SIMS who's a state Representative who was going around trying to intimidate pro-life protestors outside the Planned Parenthood clinic all of that coming up in just a couple of a couple of minutes. First I want you to have a little chat four people in the last five minutes have sponsored child to go to a Christian summer camp for a week the angel tree camp program the summer camp program from the tremendous work that prison fellowship ministries. Does. You have responded in a way that I have in my entire career. I've never seen this kind of outpouring of love. What a week we had last week. If you follow it along you saw what what we were able to accomplish. Right. I mean, we had one donation fifty thousand dollars that beautiful woman from South Carolina who called in and designated fifty thousand from the trust fund. Let's put the trust on the on the screen for me. I wanna make sure I get the name, right? Because I'm so grateful, and she was so humble she didn't want to be identified. She's just the trustee. And she knows that the the the namesake of that trust. Absolutely. Appreciate would appreciate the idea of two hundred and fifty kids getting to go to summer camp for a week. These are the children of prisoners. Now, we also have the it's the Carl e Hayden trust one. That's got the little initial right? The Carl e Hayden trust fund fifty thousand dollars to ten thousand dollar donors. How will I ever ever think all of you whether you put in ten dollars or fifty thousand and here's the challenge I've got I've got a couple of complaints. I get it. I know that I don't typically get this excited. But the the idea that we're going to send right now almost twelve hundred kids to summer camp, just through my Gallagher show listeners is is stunning. And this is really one of the biggest passions. And I I've got a lot. I know. I know I've gotten excitable about this. And listen if you if you sent we've only gotten like four. Complaints. But I get it. If you know, we're all about breaking news, and what to make of it all and we try to stay on top of everything. But I also have I hope you don't mind, but my wife's spirit of giving in my heart. My wife said to me years ago. Mike wanna you do something? Good for people on that radio show of yours. Denise I didn't always agree on everything. She was a little bit left of center. Of course. I'm right. But you know, when she got sick, it became even more important for me to try to. Do something on her behalf. And so a lot of this kind of this kind of campaign is is in my Denise honor. And this one has been blessed again last year, we couldn't believe what was the number. We finished with last year. Eric we have that written down somewhere eleven hundred forty six. So we've already surpassed last year right now, we're let me just refresh the page because your donations keep coming in. We've never seen anything like this ever in the history of the Mike Gallagher show right at one thousand one hundred ninety three kids are going to summer camp. Here's my challenge. I'm not kidding. You. You know, Mike Lindell talks about having conversations with God. And sometimes I feel like God. We absolutely we do talk with him. And you hear him. I don't hear like a voice, but I over the weekend. I was talking to a colleague, and I have to tell you the number fifteen hundred is in my head. I think we can send fifteen hundred kids to summer camp. I think we can do this. I really believe that with all my heart. And I am praying. It is in my heart. And I hope that you will be touched and you will donate to our angel tree summer camp program. It just takes a couple of minutes to go online. If you go to Mike online dot com, and you click on the angel tree banner at the top of the page, again, two hundred dollars.

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