Ob-Gyn Who Stopped his Abortion Practice Testifies in Favor of Limiting Abortions to 20 Weeks.

Dr Anthony P Levatino MD, an Ob-Gyn practitioner in New Mexico has performed about 1200 abortions during his career, with many of them being in the second trimester. After reevaluating the issue of abortion, he discontinued that part of his practice, and is now supporting Trent Frank’s House Bill to limit abortions to less than 20 weeks gestation.

Listen to Dr. Levatino’s testimony HERE.

One of his most salient points is that late term abortion is not useful for saving the life of a woman. The procedure is much too long and harrowing in contrast to the option of delivering a live infant.

abortion testimony to congress 5-23-13 Anthony P Levatino MD

Leroy Carhartt’s Nurse Caught in the Whistleblower Race

Late term abortionist Leroy Carhartt may lose the sole remaining  nurse, Lindsey Creekmore, who works at his suburban Omaha, Nebraska clinic.

The state regulators are circling like vultures over this  abortion clinic.  Records show a pattern of improper drug administration and compliance, which could endanger patients served by the abortion clinic.

Carhartt operates another infamous clinic in Germantown, MD, and commutes between the two. It seems that another nurse, who quite the Omaha clinic in April, 2011, has blown the whistle on practices at the facility.  Part of the information which provides the impetus for Lindsey Creekmore’s  prospective disciplinary hearing, scheduled for August 5, comes from that unnamed individual.  It would appear that Ms. Creekmore lost the whistleblower race, and her nursing license may be at risk.

It is recommended that abortion clinic workers who are aware of substandard practices at their place of employment consider contacting the people at ATTWN.org, or operationrescue.org or clinicworker.com, an outreach of Life Dynamics, in order to avoid being caught on the wrong side of the clinic cleanup trend.

San Antonio High School Student Asks for Cameras in the Bathroom

Leftist media has interviewed students  who saw graphic abortion pictures  plastered in the girls’ restroom at Steel High School in San Antonio, TX.

One hundred percent of the subjects selected for this interview, voiced  opposition to the presence of the pictures, with one girl mentioning being afraid to go into the bathroom for fear of seeing more of these pictures.   As expected, the lamestream media outlet, KEN 5 local news, did not interview anyone who thought that the pictures might be helpful in preventing abortions.

One student was ready to give up all privacy to ensure that she never has to see such pictures again:  “ It’s not appropriate to be in a school, and I think they should start monitoring places like bathrooms to make sure it doesn’t come back”.

Yes, she really said that, and is apparently is ready for POTTI-CAM.  Abortion trauma is a serious problem.  Pharmer implores this girl, and all the other selected interviewees to utilize healing services provided by the pro-life movement.  It’s a sign of PSTD  for a female to request bathroom surveillance  in order to avoid seeing pictures of abortions.

Please recall that on occasion, one might even be able to see the actual ‘abortion’ results in a girl’s restroomThis problem did not seem to generate such  a call for bathroom cams.

Once KEN-5 pulls down this vid and story, you can still hear an audio montage of the unidentified interviewees (without reporter James Munoz)  HERE —> Abortion pics in bathroom news interview Steele highschool

Indiana – the First State to Rescind Common Core Education Standards

Those who purport to know what’s best for us have quietly changed the standards of education in the United States. Movement against this change has gathered steam, and is beginning to influence election results.

Propelled by money from the Gates Foundation, new standards and assessments were produced by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and the Council of Chief State School Officers.  All of the states except Texas, Alaska, Virginia and Nebraska accepted the new standards because billions of dollars in federal grants had been tied to the programs.   Indiana’s board of education also quietly adopted the standards.  This is the reason that the state’s superintendent of public schools, Tony Bennett was replaced by relatively unknown democrat Glenda Ritz.  The upset caused the rest of Indiana politicians to become much more friendly to the idea of repealing Common Core.

There are claims from the Common Core proponents that this program does not interfere with educational choice.  The problem is that schools feel compelled to adopt the fluff textbooks and teaching methods because they are scored on their students success with the standardized tests developed by the Common core committees.

If you find that you’re unable to help your kids with the “why do you think this  answer  [in math]  is right?” questions that they get, instead of more problem solving types of homework….. your kid is being victimized by Common Core. Functional scientists realize the most significant limitation of their discipline: Science is not equipped to answer WHY.   So you can imagine what useless things the Common Core concept  can do with a biology or chemistry text.  Your friendly Pharmer has seen the stuff.   Much of the kids’ time  is spent learning how to B.S. on the tests, and write things specifically to satisfy the standards, rather than what is actually correct or  useful for performing in the real world.

Kids with brains to spare can deal with the extra effort of rote learning some garbage which is only intended to satisfy standardized tests, in addition to what they really need to know in order to function, create and invent.  The real damage done by Common Core is to the kids who can’t learn as fast, and only have sufficient  time for the approved material.

The Common Core concept is a large, untested method of teaching. It is better adapted for the propagation of dogma than for conveying useful math and science skills.  It had been decided by the elites that the entire population of the United States is suitable guinea pig for their new idea.  Fortunately, the Indiana legislature, and Governor Mike Pence have decided that Indiana students will not have to be part of the experiment.

If you would like to read more on how Indiana became the first state to rescind the implementation of Common Core standards,  check THIS.  Hint:  we were spared through the efforts of parents.

Pharmer wishes success for your state in removing this  garbage from your life.

Washington Illegal Immigrant Rapes 12 Year Old


Of course Planned Parenthood provided the abortion without delay.   The girl was instructed to lie about a 14 year old boyfriend, but could not give the name and address of said fictitious person to clinic staffers.

Six weeks after the abortion, the girl told a detective how she got pregnant.  Her rapist, Luis Gonzalez-Jose, of Everson, Washington, who jumped her while her mom was in the shower, is now serving a six year sentence for the crime.  Gonzalez-Jose  pleaded to second degree rape of a child in April.  The girl’s family did not cooperate in the prosecution.It might not be so easy for lawyers to sue planned parenthood for damages on behalf of the girl, whose obvious plight was not reported as would have been  expected of any real health care provider.

Planned Parenthood receives $400 million dollars annually from U.S. tax payers.  Some have remarked that this means we are funding the rape of our own adolescent girls.  This is especially true in Washington state, which does not require parental notification for abortions.

Former Google Exec Reveals Elaborate UK Tax Avoidance Scheme

Barney Jones, employed by Google between 2002 and 2006, had a cache of emails which reveal an elaborate corporate scheme to move UK profits  to the Bahamas, by booking contracts with British customers through its Dublin office.   He claims that Google dodged hundreds of millions of pounds in taxes over a decade, using this diversion.

Google insider exposes ‘immoral’ tax scam | The Sunday Times.

We see that the lefties are quite attentive to minimizing their tax burdens.


The Metastatic IRS Scandal

drudge 5-16-13
drudge 5-16-13

Reward for lawbreaking:

Sarah Hall Ingram served as commissioner of the office responsible for tax-exempt organizations between 2009 and 2012. But Ingram has since left that part of the IRS and is now the director of the IRS’ Affordable Care Act office, the IRS confirmed to ABC News today.”

The current fall guy, Joseph Grant had barely gotten moved into the office before the scandal in the IRS division that handles tax exemptions broke.

How Obamacare will be managed:
At the same time, the IRS is already being presented with a case from a company that claims it stole more than 60 million medical records of more than 10 million Americans.

This kind of news is rolling out becaue the media can only save Obamacare if it purges the IRS very quickly.

Pharmer hopes that Obamacare fails, and the IRS is replaced by a tiny little agency that collects a flat tax.



Religious Freedom Action Day

Email or call your congressman today about H.R. 940, the Health Care Conscience Rights Act, especially from 10am to 12pm, but anytime of day will do.

Congressional contact Link is ALWAYS on the sidebar, Down on the Pharm,  under U.S. representatives. 

Please tweet this to your associates, under hashtags #religiousfreedom and #conscienceprotection, and pass it to your email and social media pals.  It’s easy.


Is Plan B Worthy of Pharmacy Shelf Space?

Now that whacky Judge Korman has removed the morning after pill, Plan B or Plan B One-Step from pharmacist purview altogether, it might therefore be treated by the pharmacists as an unhealthy thing, not to be sold in pharmacy environments at all. There are various over the counter products which are regarded by us to be ineffective and/or deleterious quack remedies, not worthy of being associated with any health care practice. Tobacco, ma huang (Ephedra sinica), and bitter orange have been deleted from the stock of pharmacies for health reasons. Many pharmacists have relegated homeopathic remedies to the trash heap, on account of the infinitesimal chance that the recipient might be ingesting or applying  an active medicinal ingredient.
The levonorgestrel in Plan B (U.S.)  and Levonelle (U.K),  is likely the least reliable hormonal birth control drug on the market.  It’s less than 60 percent effective per use, and is in a race with ulipristal acetate, or Ella, to the bottom.  Repeated reliance on this drug is likely to soon result in pregnancy, with the embryonic baby clinging to life, awash in an unbalanced mix of hormones.  Might not pharmacists be doing their patients a favor by telling them that this drug is too much of an unreliable, (and unethical)  mess to be used for birth control?