Entries by Zach Freeman

Opinion: Abortion is Murder and This Proves It

An Ohio judge handed down a life sentence to 20-year old Emile Weaver this week, with no chance for parole.

Just over two months ago, Weaver gave birth to a little girl — which she named Addison Grace — in the downstairs bathroom at her Muskingum University sorority house.  Weaver’s sorority sisters had speculated that she was trying to hide a pregnancy, and that her activities were both suspicious and, if pregnant,

Maine Woman Bans Gun Owners and Supporters from Restaurants, and I Support Her

 

A Maine woman is refusing to serve customers who don’t agree with her beliefs and values system.  And I support her.

I support her right to choose who she serves or doesn’t serve, and for what reasons, at her restaurant(s). It doesn’t matter if I believe her views are right or wrong, or think she’s ‘on the wrong side of history’. She worked hard to build her businesses,

The New Fad is Equality: NBA’s All-Star Ultimatum

 

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver’s recent ultimatum to the State of North Carolina was a very calculated move.

Expressing his dissatisfaction with the state’s efforts to make bathrooms and locker rooms safer, Silver sat down with Mike & Mike in the Morning to discuss, among other things, the NBA’s future plans in North Carolina.

He delivered a not-so-thinly-veiled threat to the state: lose the “discriminatory”

Progressive Media Now Promoting Polygamy and Pedophilia

 

For years, pro-marriage advocates argued that redefining marriage would be a slippery slope that would lead to the acceptance of other behavioral and societal deviations.  “Bigots! Homophobes! Fearmongers!” their opponents screamed in chorus, dismissing the concerns without so much as a rational conversation.

Today, those concerns seem quasi-prophetic.

“Once marriage is unhinged from the biological roots that have been there for a millennium, marriage isn’t redefined, it is undefined,”

Bathroom Rule: Clearing Up Confusion on the Legislative Response

 

Many have expressed confusion with all the happenings surrounding the Washington State Human Rights Commission’s rule on open-bathrooms and the repeal effort. The legislative process is very complex, and oftentimes, legislators will use the natural confusion about the process to influence the outcome that they want to achieve. But be confused no more!

On December 26th, 2015, the Human Rights Commission enacted a rule, WAC 162-32, that contains provisions that open up bathrooms,

HISTORY: U.S. House and Senate Votes to Defund Planned Parenthood

In a historical fashion, both the U.S. House and U.S. Senate have agreed on a bill to defund Planned Parenthood.

The bill also repeals major key provisions of the Obamacare mandate.

See the House roll call vote | See the Senate roll call vote

This is the first time that a bill to Defund Planned Parenthood has passed both chambers; simultaneously, it is also the first time a bill stripping Obamacare provisions has passed both chambers.

Olympia Pharmacy Appealing to U.S. Supreme Court to Defeat WA Law

The owners of an Olympia pharmacy are requesting that the United States Supreme Court hear a case involving a Washington state law that requires them to stock and dispense Plan B and ella, two drugs which the FDA confirms can destroy a human embryo.  The pills are commonly referred to as “emergency contraception” and are used to mitigate possible unintended pregnancies in their early stages.

The other 49 states in America have guidelines for pharmacists to refer clients when their request violates their religious convictions,

ACLU Says Christians Should Be Forced to Perform Abortions

aclu3In a startling lawsuit, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has stated that employees of a Catholic hospital group should be required to perform abortions, even if that procedure violates their religious views.

Similar lawsuits have been filed by the ACLU here in Washington State, against Skagit Regional Health Clinic and the East Jefferson County Hospital in Port Townsend.

Trinity Health, which operates 86 health clinics in 21 states,

My Night in Bremerton with Coach Joe

It was a chilly night, but not unfitting for a night so uncomfortable with itself.

16442“I’ve never seen so many people here for a Bremerton football game,” said one lady outside the gate area.  An obvious fan — oblivious to the reality that most of those people were not there for the game at all.   At least, we know the Satanists weren’t there to watch football.  Neither were the Christians holding up crosses and screaming at the Satanists with bullhorns.