Abortion Enthusiast Warren Buffett Supports Aborting Heroes Like Olympic Gold Medalist Simone Biles

This week, the world collectively turned its eyes to the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Social media is lighting up as Americans across the country discuss stunning performances from the U.S. gymnastics team, particularly from 19-year-old Simone Biles.

Biles, hailed by many as perhaps the greatest gymnast of all time, had a chaotic early childhood. Her mother was a drug addict and her father abandoned his family. However, in an inspirational turn, Biles was adopted by a Christian family and rose to the heights of human excellence.

If billionaire Warren Buffett had his way, however, Biles may not have lived to captivate the planet’s attention.

Buffett recently released his tax returns, and they came with a shocking revelation: Buffett has donated over 1.8 billion dollars directly to the abortion industry – enough to fund the abortions of 3.6 million babies. LifeNews reports that more than $442 million of that went straight to Planned Parenthood, the country’s largest abortion provider.

That enormous sum from Buffett only accounts for the funding he has given directly to the abortion industry alone. When factoring in his contributions to pro-abortion super PACs and politicians, the total sum of Buffett’s pro-abortion spending skyrockets. 

Earlier this month, Buffett gave a speech endorsing Hillary Clinton, possibly one of the most pro-abortion candidates in American history. Clinton, of course, supports legal abortion up to the moment of birth, and she supports repealing the Hyde Amendment, opening the doors for U.S. tax dollars to go directly toward paying for abortion. Continue Reading

Watch: NARAL Creates Ridiculous Pro-Abortion “Comedy” Video

Since the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, pro-abortion liberals have been claiming that abortion ought to be “safe, legal, and rare.” However, a recent NARAL video completely undermines that mantra.

Mimicking the style of Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee,” the video portrays two comedians driving around looking for a place to get an abortion.

Early in the video, “Silicon Valley” actress Alice Wetterlund tries justifying abortion by saying “We don’t need any more of them [children] in the world.”

One thing ought to be clear: NARAL does not want abortion to be rare. NARAL wants to normalize abortion through comedy.

This is, of course, the growing fashion among pro-choice activists. Leftist academics have questioned the idea that abortion should be rare. Feminist websites post columns ranting about the phrase. Popular leftist blogger Jessica Valenti even urged Hillary Clinton to abandon the “safe, legal, and rare” mantra.

“We can focus on keeping abortions safe and legal. We should also work harder to make sure they’re affordable, accessible and judgment free. But let’s not bolster anti-choice rhetoric and activism by calling for them to be ‘rare’ — especially since there are so many working to ensure that ‘rare’ is an enforced standard, not just a talking point,” Valenti wrote in a 2014 column.

In February, Hillary Clinton embraced this radical abortion rhetoric, even going so far as to support late-term abortion on-demand — a position 84 percent of Americans strongly oppose.

Abortion clinics have even begun imposing quotas on their workers, putting profit ahead of people going through crises. Continue Reading

NARAL Launches Anti-Walker Ad in Iowa

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (photo credit: Gage Skidmore via Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0)

MaggieLifeSiteNews just pointed out that NARAL is launching a full-page ad in the Des Moines Register, of all places, saying Scott Walker can’t be trusted on abortion:

NARAL is so concerned Walker could become the nominee and win the 2016 election over Hillary Clinton that it’s taken out a full-page ad in the Des Moines Register, home of the first-in-the-nation Republican caucus, attacking Walker. Here’s more form [sic] the left-wing Madison newspaper:

An abortion rights group is telling Iowans that Gov. Scott Walker “will never be honest with you” about his record on abortion, according to a full-page advertisement in Thursday’s Des Moines Register.

I wonder why a national group is so concerned about Iowa?  Along with the Common Core supporters’ decision to do Iowa ads featuring Bill Bennett on what a wonderful idea the Common Core is, this may represent a new trend.  Is it a new way to influence presidential campaigns?  Did this happen last time around?

Paul Dupont is a legislative assistant at American Principles in Action. Continue Reading