Major City Set to Vote on Texas Travel Ban in Protest of New Pro-Life Law

Mom’s Note: can you imagine being so desperate to kill babies? Portland, by all appearances and this is just my opinion keep in mind, is being swallowed up by a portal to hell. Has anything good come from Portland lately?


By Dillon Burroughs
September 6, 2021 at 8:18am
The city council in Portland, Oregon, plans to vote this week on a proposal to ban trading goods and services with Texas and to bar state employees from traveling for business to the Lone Star State over a new abortion law that went into effect Wednesday.

“Mayor Wheeler announced today that the Portland City Council will vote on an emergency resolution next Wednesday, September 8th, with the intent to ban the City’s future procurement of goods and services from, and City employee business travel to, the state of Texas,” the council said in a news release on Friday.

“The ban will be in effect until the state of Texas withdraws its unconstitutional ban on abortion or until it is overturned in court.”

https://www.westernjournal.com/major-city-set-vote-texas-travel-ban-protest-new-pro-life-law/?utm_source=telegram&utm_medium=westernjournalism&utm_campaign=telegramfeed&utm_content=2021-09-06

Satanists Demand Abortion as ‘Religious Freedom’

The one baby that they won’t abort [Note: I am so tired today, I could just plotz. I’ll try to keep this blog up and running, but after this post I’ve got to go and just hang out.] We told you leftids view abortion as a kind of perverse religious rite. Now the Temple of […]

Satanists Demand Abortion as ‘Religious Freedom’

Flooding in the Southern Plains: Mandatory Evacuations Ordered In Wichita Falls, Texas

Severe flooding is worsening again with another storm system set to impact the Southern Plains, forcing hundreds from their homes in a northern Texas town.

Portions of the Tanglewood neighborhood in Wichita Falls, Texas, were evacuated Thursday morning due to rising water, according to the city’s Facebook page. It was a “drastic” change in plans, the city added, because the mandatory evacuations were pushed up 10 hours, from 6 p.m. Thursday to 8 a.m. READ ARTICLE