Rep. Michael Burgess (R-Tex.) is against abortion after 15 weeks because he’s seen male fetuses masturbate.
*The abortion debate has been going on for over 50 years and we have YET to see an argument against it, so ludicrous!
During a late-night House Rules Committee hearing on Monday, on a Republican bill “The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act” that would ban abortions starting at 20 weeks after conception with no exceptions for rape or incest, GOP Congressman Michael Burgess (R-Tex.), claimed abortions should be banned as early as 15 weeks because he’s seen male fetuses masturbate that early, according to the Huffington Post report from RH Reality Check. WHAT?!
Now maybe Burgess was under the influence or sleepy, but he stands by his assertion that the male fetuses put their “hands between their legs” at 15 weeks and pleasure themselves.
Loretta Robinson loses her son to a drunk driver and sent a bill for the clean-up of the accident.
*The Mother’s Against Drunk Driver (MADD) organization has a new campaign on their hands after hearing the most bizarre reasoning for a citation from the city.
Has anyone ever heard of getting a bill for having a car accident…except for the actual accident, of course.
Loretta Robinson’s son, Justin Walker, was killed by a drunk driver last June in South Carolina.
But, instead of being consoled by knowing that she would see her son’s killer go to jail, she was greeted with bills from the city that reopened the wound (more…)
Danny White of D.C. stands next to his vehicle with the infamous tag: 'NO TAGS'
*If you’ve ever had a vanity plate on your vehicle you try to go all out to be unique, right? Some of the plates that come to mind are GR8FUL, NVME, ON TYM, L8R, etc.
Well one guy was simply trying to keep up with the “unique” factor and, well, to say it didn’t work out is an understatement.
*College costs have shot up over the years and more and more of us will need the assistance of the government to complete a needed college education.
The workforce has become more demanding when it comes to having a college degree. But now the government may have thrown a major monkey wrench in that plan.
According to the Grio, a bill passed just before Christmas that has restricted the eligibility and length of time the pell grant can be used. (more…)