Three Babies were born alive after a failed abortion attempts here in Minnesota in 2018. The abortionist than failed to give the care required by law to the children resulting in their deaths.
They are required by law to give care to children who survive abortion attempts thanks to the “Born Alive Infants Protection Act” which passed in 2015. The law has saved the lives of 11 children since going into affect.
The spending plan passed by the state legislature includes a plan to spend $900,000 of tax payers money on turning lawns into bee gardens. The program will pay people to plant native flowers and plants that are good for the Rusty Patched Bumble Bee which is on the endangered species.
It doesn’t surprise us that this kind of waste is included in the spending plan. After all it does increase spending by $3 billion. What gets to us is the fact that this is just the tip of the ice berg of waste.
The DFL has no concept of justifiable spending. It can be proven by the fact that the DFL deliberately voted down emergency insulin funding which would help diabetics of all ages. Instead they decided that bees were more important than their fellow Minnesotans!
All but 2 DFL house members have voted in support of HF2400 which includes on page 258 includes CSE (Comprehensive Sex Education). CSE is heavily lobbied for by Planned Parenthood.
The program revolves around the book “It’s Perfectly Normal”. Which Planned Parenthood recommends to 4th – 6th graders.
The book contains explicit drawings of both sexes. Also covering the topics of Homosexuality, vaginal, oral and anal sex, and not surprisingly abortion.
Rep. Eric Lucero stood up to the DFL on the house floor even reading some of the book.
Update: Alpha news recently tried to promote their coverage of the bill/program on Facebook. They were not allowed to because the images were deemed inappropriate for Facebook. Yet the democrats think they are appropriate for 10 year old who isn’t even old enough to start a Facebook account!
In a massive power grab attempt by 9 Annandale area lake associations, the Wright County Commissioners, and now an amendment in the Minnesota Senate bill SF 2314. Area fishermen/women and boaters rights to access public waters are under threat in the name of stopping AIS (aquatic invasive species).
The program called The Wright County Regional Inspection Pilot Program (WRIP) was original started in 2017 included 3 lakes, but has been expanded to a total of 9 lakes starting this year.
The program forces boater to first travel to a wash/AIS inspection site in Annandale to be inspected before they are allowed to launch. The site is around 15 miles out of the way for some lakes, and the hours are limited. For example, if a person wanted to go fishing early in the morning they would have to drive to the site the day before.
Inconveniences brought on by this program, and the threat of punishment (up to $1,000 in fines) for not compiling have greatly cut boat traffic. This has gone on to hurt the local economy. Do to the lose of out of town traffic, and some locals choosing to go out of the area to fish or boat. Less people coming through means less money spent.
The worst aspect of this program is that most of the lakes in this program are already infected with AIS, and the program eliminated exit inspections on the lakes. Which points toward the obvious truth that is nothing more than a attempt by the lake associations to cut traffic on “their” lakes. If it was truly about stopping AIS they would have exit inspections. It is clear that this is about control, they are taking your right to access public waters.
The only good news is the DNR to dismay of the lake associations cut funding to the program after this years expansion to 9 lakes. The program is set to make a comeback (unless its stop) as a amendment to SF 2314 in the Minnesota Senate which will force the DNR to fund the program.
This program is the start of a very slippery slop. Once it is accepted in Wright County it will be expanded indefinitely. Our rights to access public waters are at risk.
Yet again the number of tax payer funded abortions have hit an all time high. With 4,356 abortions preformed on the tax payers dime. Over 1 million dollars given to the abortion providers in 2017. Sadly, the overall total number of abortions is much higher with only 44% of the abortions in Minnesota being publicly funded in 2017.
Planned Parenthood is responsible for the majority of the increase. They preformed 2,560 (59%) of the tax-funded abortions.
When will the left wake up to this genocide they are helping promote? Don’t they understand that this disproportionately effects minorities? The same ones they claim to fight for! Or is it possible we are seeing their true agenda? After all they do love Margaret Sanger and support the party that founded the KKK.
“We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…” – Margaret Sanger Source
Everyone's suspicions were proven correct that the rally against IIhan Omar was a set up!
Teresa Blair was covering the event. When at the final moments a guy walks up to the car. He than throws his glove and phone claiming they stole the items. After starting the altercation he began to assault the two covering the event. He eventually smash the front windshield causing major damage. The man continues to hold on to the vehicle as the two attempt to escape.
Watch the final two minutes of the live stream to see the set up.
With the sun setting on the coldest day in decades solar panels stopped generating just as the evening electricity peak was ramping up. Raising one falsity that solar aligns with electric system peaks. But what about wind?
When it comes to renewables, wind is king. Well there really wasn’t any wind generation.
According to the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO)at 6pmwind was only supplying 3.30% of the needed electric supply.
So, what was keeping our pipes from freezing; fossil fuels (80.75%). Coal generation was 48.74% and natural gas was 32.01%.
Thank you traditional energy sources!
What do Democrats in the Minnesota Legislature think of that?
They don’t think we have enough renewable energy and propose increasing the state’s renewable energy standards from 25% – 30% to 80% – 85%.