Virginia News Stand: April 21, 2009Apr 21, 2009
What's great about the Internet is even when it's a slow news day, you can always find something. We even have two News Stand firsts: A double feature video section and we cite ourselves. Today's state news is thin in number but meaty in content. On a subject we will comment on soon enough, Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob McDonnell takes a public stand on his Alma Mater conferring an honorary doctorate to the nation's most ardent pro-abortion on demand president, ever. As it turns out, his most pro-abortion-ever HHS secretary nominee was confirmed today in the midst of still more alleged impropriety. Meanwhile, Brian Moran's Democrat primary campaign got a boost from homosexual activists, Creigh Deeds' relationship with defense firms is reviewed, the Dems lose a N.Va. House challenger, and home-schooled college students make a film about Roe v. Wade.
If that's not enough, when things even look slow, we can rely on OneNewsNow for a supply of national news the MSM gladly overlooks. For example, we have a must-see video of Planned Parenthood getting busted — again! — hiding a potential statutory rape, so as to procure an abortion "client." This is the fifth time a PP abortion center has been caught on tape doing this. Read about it and see it for yourself. It's all below.
McDonnell opposes Notre Dame degree for Obama (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Gay and lesbian Democratic group backs Moran's bid for governor(Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Deeds Solicited Defense Firms (Washington Post)
Democrat Drops Out of Delegate Race (Washington Post)
Homeschoolers release 'Roe v. Wade' movie (OneNewsNow.com)
Sebelius has 'integrity issue' (OneNewsNow.com)
'Poor science' undergirds new stem cell regs (OneNewsNow.com)
Memphis abortion center exposed for hiding statutory rape (OneNewsNow.com)
Latest Planned Parenthood Cover-Up (OneNewsNowBlog.com/YouTube.com)
On Same-Sex Marriage: Deeds Flip-Flops, Moran Just Flops, And T-Mac Sounds Vaguely Sensible (Familyfoundationblog.com/YouTube)