THE IRON PEN by Daniel Hite

July 27, 2013

MSNBC Host and Her Pop Science Strike Again

Filed under: family — danielhite @ 7:24 am
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Melissa Harris-Perry, MSNBC weekend host, can’t make up her mind about parent power. First she states that AFTER a child is born it actually belongs more to the community than the parents to be raised properly. Now she is defending a woman’s right to choose abortion by saying that BEFORE the child is born, it is not the medical (or any other) community, but the parent who decides when that life actually began, or begins. In her thinking, the preborn has no inalienable right to life. The parents have absolute rights before the baby is born, but absolutely no rights afterward. See for yourself in her latest comments:

CLICK HERE THEN SCROLL DOWN TO VIEW LATEST HARRIS-PERRY STATEMENT

HER FORMER DRIVEL

I hope pop psychology and sociology is getting less pop. Understand that postmodern thought doesn’t have to make sense or be consistent, it simply has to be unconventional in order to be popular. Common sense is really getting a workout these days. Remember that God’s natural law (“the laws of nature and nature’s God”) is always the same for all people in all cultures at all times. Truth will always be truth no matter what Ms. Harris-Perry says…or anyone else, for that matter.

Malachi 3:6a and Psalm 90

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1 Comment »

  1. Weekend across the Corn Belt, July 27, 2013
    Dear Iron Pen:
    We thank you, once more, for clearly defining another situation.
    Sadly, our society has been affected by three “false” sciences … anthropology, psychology, sociology … as presented in their current popular (“pop”) teachings.
    Too many TV talk-show hosts and hostesses have seemingly been misled by this trio of falsehoods; and, so has too much of America.
    Where babies come from, why babies are here, how babies relate to others is determined by the Truth Who sets us free indeed.
    Keep writing!!!
    Sincerely,
    the Williams’

    Comment by the Williams Family — July 27, 2013 @ 1:03 pm | Reply


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