Lila Rose is interviewed by Glenn Beck about her going undercover in Tennessee as a 14 year-old and a Planned Parenthood counselor to go and lie in court in order to get an abortion. Planned Parenthood defenders swear on a stack of Bibles that this is an isolated incident. But this is the eighth clinic around the nation. How long does this have to go on until it’s consdered a fundamental cultural problem within that organization that should cost it taxpayer’s funding?
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Posted by Adam Graham on April 28, 2009
Posted by Adam Graham on July 4, 2007
The other reason I didn’t get much done post-wise yesterday is that I took my wife down to the Boise Hawks Game with the Everett AquaSox. We got a couple nice seats behind Home Plate. My wife has never been a huge baseball fan, but she hasn’t hated it either, and she wanted to see fireworks. So, this would be perfect for both of us.
I helped educate her on baseball. During the first inning when the players were taking their warm ups, Andrea asked, “How are they doing?” I said, “Honey, they’re just warming up.” She said, “Yeah, but how are they doing?” I explained that warm ups didn’t tell us much about how players were going to perform. :)
I got to spend some time explaining all these baseball things, which made me feel like an expert. Of course, I felt tempted to do what men do when they don’t know about something–make up some random guess. When Andrea asked why there were bleachers instead of seats along the First Base Line at Memorial Stadium (while seats were along the third base line), my mind began to concoct a convoluted reason, and then I realized what I was doing and was man enough to say, “I don’t know.”
Anytime a foul ball was hit out of the stadium, we turned and watched to see if it would hit a car. Andrea had advised me to park far away, so we wouldn’t suffer the fate of another fan who had their windshield broken by a foul the last time we went to the ballgame. Thankfully, all windshields survived, though I suppose some cars might have ended up with scratches.
The game itself had some pretty exciting moments. The triple to lead off the game by Roberto Mena was an awesome display of speed. Andrew Rundle tied it with a Homer, as the Hawks went on to score 11 unanswered runs.
Dustin Sasser was absolutely awesome for the Hawks. After the initial triple, he went on to retire 18 of the 21 batters he faced. A bunt single in the fourth, an error in the 5th, and a single in the sixth gave the Aqua Sox their only runners. His line: 6 IP, 3 H, 5 K, 0 BB. Good job.
A sloppy 4-run 6th sealed the Aqua Sox’s fate. Catcher Josh Dunbar had a passed ball, relief pitcher Phillip Roy had 2 Wild Pitches, and the Hawks went up 8-1, thus clinching that we, the fans, would get free Frostys at Wendy’s.
The win was only the Hawks’ third of the season and their first at home, and it was great to see it.
Then after the game ended, we were treated to an awesome fireworks show, some of which I’ve captured below (had to do some editing as I had several seconds of black screen.) Happy Independence Day.
Posted by Adam Graham on June 29, 2007
Posted by Adam Graham on June 12, 2007
This was a great interview that covered a lot of pressing issues with Presidential Candidate John Cox.
Posted by Adam Graham on May 31, 2007
With the Dems, it’s all hat, no cattle on spending reform as this video illustrates. All but one of the House Committee Chairmen in the new Congress was in Congress prior to 1994 and they’re picking up right where they left off with pork and big spending.
Hat Tip: Club for Growth
Posted by Adam Graham on May 20, 2007
The folks for MajorityAp.com are offering an interesting teaser. It’s one of my favorite sites and you should make it one of yours if you want to find out what’s going on in Washington.
Posted by Adam Graham on May 20, 2007
Cross-posted from Michelle Malkin
Posted by Adam Graham on May 13, 2007
From Ferrets for Freedom, another reason not to back Rudy. :)
Hat Tip: Human Events.
Posted by Adam Graham on May 7, 2007
Hat Tip: Pro-Life Blogs
Posted by Adam Graham on May 5, 2007
Posted by Adam Graham on April 27, 2007
Posted by Adam Graham on March 29, 2007
Improv Comedy at the Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association dinner. Hey, that’s new. It’s the type of thing you’re supposed to see at these events, not partisan politics.
Posted by Adam Graham on March 25, 2007
Posted by Adam Graham on March 1, 2007
Hat Tip: Right Mind