The Gosnell trial: Hell on earth, and the perfect illustration of the state of America’s news and politics

I’ve been putting off this post for a number of reasons. There’s only so much RAM (random access memory) in my head and on a daily basis it’s not easy to digest all of the awful news that’s fit to print (or post).

I’ve been clicking on headlines and skimming news articles for many days about the Kermit Gosnell trial — twenty or so are linked below. I’m sure the flood of stories will continue and this list could get a lot longer — that is unless you only get your news from the Old Media, the education establishment, or pop culture. There, for the most part, there’s been a news blackout. That is what’s to be expected because it’s the same regarding every issue.

Kermit Gosnell, M.D. is an American abortionist who practiced in Philadelphia. He’s currently on trial for first and third degree murder. The gruesome goings on inside his abortion clinic are being detailed as the trial progresses. It is the perfect news story to look at in order to understand the mess that is America today.

Pick your issue:

  • What’s really going on in Afghanistan and why did we really went into Iraq?
  • What are the facts contained in local teacher contracts and the nature of all public employee unions?
  • How has government’s involvement in health care been a disaster since the 1940s?
  • What is marriage and the nature of homosexuality?
  • How much debt has been piled up by governments at the local, state, and federal level?
  • How many unfunded liabilities do our children and grandchildren face?
  • What is the state of the European Union and its economy and how might that impact the U.S.?
  • What are the real international threats facing us or has Obama’s presidency ushered in a peaceful new world where, as Rodney King wished, we’re all going to get along?
  • What would the price of gasoline be if our nation developed its own energy reserves and what impact would that have on our standard of living?
  • What is the real unemployment rate and how would the news media cover the current condition of the economy if Bush were still president?

I think it’s safe to say that few “low information voters” or especially young people can give any intelligent answers to the questions listed above.

As always, the basic questions are:

What are the facts? In today’s world what used to constitute science and common sense no longer does. For example, are there really two genders or can a man wake up in the morning and decide he’s really a woman? The GLBT (etc.) movement ignores science and common sense on every single aspect of their agenda.

What is the nature of the problem? Those who buy into Keynesian economics or who are outright socialists and Marxists will never agree with those who side with the Founding Fathers or the Austrian School. So not only do we have to debate the facts, but we also have to debate how things actually work. Only then can we get to the next question…

What is the best course of action going forward? Three questions, simple enough, but if none of them are adequately addressed you can quit waiting for solutions to the government-caused public policy disasters that surround us. They won’t arrive.

Which gets us back to the Gosnell trial. There’s the old expression — “those who are ignorant of history are doomed to repeat it.” The same can be said about those who are ignorant of today’s facts and the nature of today’s problems. Without widespread understanding of these there won’t be any actual solutions enacted and this country is doomed. A nation designed by geniuses will be wrecked by idiots and the morons who elected them.

A high percentage of the public won’t learn what can be learned from the following articles because they’ll never read them. This perfect “learning moment” will be lost because our side fails to reach the unreached. Liberal Democrats and their media allies like it that way. They benefit from the continued ignorance — such as the nature of what goes on inside abortion clinics across the country on a daily basis.

The Founders knew it was all about public opinion and an informed electorate when it comes to every issue of importance. The Gosnell trial gives us a clear picture of the facts about abortion and the nature of the abortion issue. It is exactly the information that should guide public policy change. Abortion is not “choice.” It’s barbaric.

Recent headlines regarding the Gosnell trial:

‘Pro-choice’ reporter apologizes for not covering Gosnell, calls it ‘trial of the century’

Four Reasons Why the Media Isn’t Covering the Gosnell Murder Trial

Can You Imagine the Coverage If It Were Dogs?

Unspeakable Things Unspoken

‘Infant beheadings, severed baby feet,’ but media still ignoring Gosnell trial

Gosnell janitor: Body parts flushed down the toilet

Is Gosnell really all that bad?

Gosnell trial quotes of the day

Honesty in journalism

Teen Worker at Gosnell Abortion Clinic: “They Looked Like Babies”

All-American Horror Story: Top 10 Kermit Gosnell Trial Revelations

Networks Give Rutgers Scandal 41 Minutes, Gosnell Abortion Horrors 0

Video: Gosnell staffer, defense attorney argue over whether babies were alive

If Gosnell had shot seven infants with an AR-15, it would be national news: Rep. Chris Smith

Gosnell abortion-clinic worker: One of the babies “sounded like a little alien”

Gosnell employee: baby ‘jumped’ when I snipped its neck during an ‘abortion’

Kermit Gosnell Staffer: Stabbing Baby in Neck “Gave Me the Creeps”

Newtown In The Clinic: Media Ignore The Gosnell Trial

Pro-lifers organizing ‘Tweetfest’ on Friday to break media blackout on Gosnell trial

Gosnell kept the remains of 47 aborted babies in cat food containers, milk jugs: medical examiner

Gosnell behind ‘Mother’s Day Massacre’ over 40 years ago that injured 9 women