Punishing the Prosecutor for Bringing Charges Against Planned Parenthood

Pro-Kline report concealed for months | CJOnline.com.

This is a unique article found in a regular newspaper revealing that Phil Kline, the Kansas prosecutor who brought charges against planned parenthood is being punished by accusations of ethics violations, without probable cause.

The document showing the investigation of Kline, and the  finding no probable cause for  ethics  complaints was willfully kept hidden from Kline and the public.

The Ethics Disciplinary hearing will take place anyway, because it is very important to the Kansas State government to punish those who would dare to bring criminal charges against  its benefactors from the abortion industries.

See also at Jill Stanek’s blog,  the basis for charges that would have been brought against George Tiller, for not reporting the sexual abuse of minors who came to his clinic,  had he not been so well protected by Kathleen Sebelius, who is now head of Obama’s Health and Human Services Dept.   Much more is expected to be revealed at the Ethics trial of Phill Kline.

Keep watch of the colorful Kansas corruption, and finally the case against Planned Parenthood going forward  over at Operation Rescue’s site.

Indiana Teachers Union Rally

There is no disguising this monochrome teachers’ union problem.

The Union teachers don’t like competition from Charter schools such as the Charles A. Tindley School providing options for students, and a great  push for minority students due to its location.

Scroll down to yesterday’s “FIXING THE SCHOOLS, post  and ask yourself why the Union has a problem with this??

In Indianapolis, 28.4% of the population is comprised of Blacks.   It is also noted that most  have moved outside of the IPS public school district to suburban areas.   This Teachers’ Union rally does not look normal.    Pharmer suspects that  the charter school teachers know their enemy.

Indiana State House Dems Run Away

Exodus: Dems trigger Statehouse showdown | The Indianapolis Star | indystar.com.

Faced with a similar type of choice as their counterparts in Wisconsin, to serve their Union Bosses or to serve the interests of the people,  the Indiana House Dems have turned tail and run. This has stopped legislative functions in the Indiana House which requires a quorum of two thirds to function.

There is an obvious problem with collective bargaining in public service functions, which has come to include  coercing union membership, and threatening those who oppose their agenda with violence.

Those who claim to serve the public, and take tax payer dollars for doing so, have an obligation to remain on the job.  Public service unions have repeatedly violated our trust, most egregiously in the area of education, and most famously  walking off the job and failing to provide essential services, as in New York, during the ice storm,  and using fraudulent physician signed sick excuses, and co-opting their students for protests as in Wisconsin.

Conscience Tug-of-War in Washington | Daily News | NCRegister.com

Conscience Tug-of-War in Washington | Daily News | NCRegister.com.

National Catholic Register covers the back and forth seesawing of the Washington Board of Pharmacy on the issue of conscience and pharmacy practice.

Eventually most of the board members gave in to their masters, returning to a decision which had already been met with a court challenge.   This judicial process will have to go forward.

Riding underneath the seesawing was the possibility that pro-abort  Governor Gregoire would be picked to join the Obama administration and occupy Elena Kagan’s  former position as solicitor general.   Later it is said that Gregoire’s enthusiasm for that position cooled, but we do not know if it means she did not make the cut, or whether she actually asked to be taken off the list.

The Board of pharmacy serves at the behest of the governor.

Dominos Pizza Delivers

Alert pizza delivery driver saves customer’s life – WMC-TV 5 – Memphis, TN.

They delivered to a Memphis TN lady daily for three years.   Dominos driver Susan Guy noticed that her regular customer hadn’t ordered her large pepperoni pizza for three days, and decided to check up on her. After much knocking and checking with neighbors,  the pizza delivery specialist made a call to 911.

The responding police discovered that  elderly customer, Jean Wilson had fallen and couldn’t get up to her phone to call for help.  ]

Thanks to driver Susan Guy,  Wilson has received medical attention and is recovering in a local hospital.