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How Close?
By Mr. David Zanotti

Ebola came to our neighborhood. The headquarter office of The American Policy Roundtable is 15 minutes from Cleveland Hopkins Airport. Ebola drove past our exit on the freeway. It traveled just a few minutes from the homes of several of our staff members and all our families. One of our families was on the same campus as a person now under watch. 

America may have gotten lucky this week. The trigger that could have exploded an exponential paradigm of infection may have been narrowly avoided. No thanks to the CDC, or anyone else in the federal system. All thanks to a merciful God in heaven Who continues to extend amazing grace and patience to all of us. 

We could be writing this from a quarantine camp right now. It was 15 minutes away. Do you think it is time for Congress to wake up and take action? 

Friday, October 17, 2014, 06:30 PM

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Why Hide It?
By Mr. David Zanotti

Recent reports reveal the Administration is taking a hard line regarding criticism of the Affordable Care Act. They don't want a repeat of the initial roll out experience. If you are doing business with HHS on the ACA you have to agree to silence. No talking about the problems. The story is here. 


Interesting how quickly transparency disappears when the government has something to hide. 

Monday, October 13, 2014, 02:06 PM

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Rest in Peace, Mrs. Cano
By Mr. David Zanotti

Mrs. Sandro Cano's battle with cancer is over. She has passed on to her reward. The story of how she was lied to, abused and discarded by the pro-abortion movement should never, ever rest in peace. The next time you hear someone talking about the war on women, ask them if they have ever heard of Sandra Cano. 

May we never, ever, ever forget.

Wednesday, October 01, 2014, 11:19 AM

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Roe, Doe, and the other side of the story
By Mr. David Zanotti

Why do we never hear the other side of the story? We have heard of Jane Roe and Mary Doe. These names depict historic plaintiffs in the two cases the US Supreme Court used to create a mythical right to abortion in the US Constitution. We use the term mythical because it is impossible to find such intention in the actual Constitution or a single point of discussion in the creation or passage of the 14th Amendment. The word abortion is not there The best the radicals on the Supreme Court could come up with was that the right to an abortion "emanates from the penumbra" of the constitution.  

If that illusion conjures up images of a steaming cauldron being stirred by a magician -- then you are getting close to the logic of the Supreme Court. If they could not find abortion in the Constitution, they would spin a web from the vapors of their imagination. Thus the Roe and Doe decisions remain among the most logically inconsistent decisions in the history of the US Judiciary. Even "pro-choice" lawyers shudder at the thought of defending these decisions in honest legal debate. 

Forget the evidence. Forget also the plaintiffs. The reason Jane Roe and Mary Doe have been forgotten is because in their real lives and in their real minds they came to their senses. They realized they had been used by pro-abortion forces. Both women changed their minds and have spent the rest of their days fighting legalized abortion.

Did you know this? Funny how you just don't see this story on FOX News or any other media outlet. There is more to the story here: www.lifenews.com/2014/09/22/sandra-cano-doe-of-doe-v-bolton-abortion-case-is-critically-ill/

Tuesday, September 30, 2014, 06:58 PM

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Whatever happened to pink?
By Mr. David Zanotti

Planned Parenthood, the world leader of abortion services, is spinning another web of deception. Wrapping their campaign in pink, Planned Parenthood is telling America that abortion is the equivant to health. Thus pregnancy is a disease. Of course, the dominant media culture is lapping up the new pink campaign without asking a single thoughtful question.

Planned Parenthood along with Emily's List is spending millions to influence US Senate races. They are giving those dollars to the media.Their message is designed to polarize voters and pit women against men. Anyone who does not support the killing of unborn children for any reason, throughout all nine months of pregnancy, is a hater of women and not worthy of public service. Anyone who objects to abortions paid for by your tax dollars is an enemy of woman. Anyone who challenges Planned Parenthood at any level is an enemy of women.

So if the candidates in pink gain the power they seek, how long will it be before they rule that anyone who supports life for the unborn is actually an enemy of the state?


Friday, September 19, 2014, 04:08 AM

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Why Hide It?
Rest in Peace, Mrs. Cano
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Whatever happened to pink?
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