Margaret Sanger’s Little-Known Connection to the Klu Klux Klan

By Sofia Infante / March 24, 2021 /
KKK (Ku Klux Klan) night rally in Chicago circa 1920

The adage “A picture is worth a thousand words” is especially relevant in the case of a photo taken of Margaret Sanger giving a speech to the Ku Klux Klan in Silver Lake, New Jersey in 1926. The authenticity of the photo is debated, but what is beyond question is that Sanger’s deeply held racist…

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Eugenic Sterilization Laws in the U.S.

By Susan Ciancio / December 3, 2020 /
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Fear and a lack of understanding often cause people to do unthinkable things. The advent of eugenic sterilization in twentieth-century America is one example. Let’s take a step back to the 1880s and briefly meet Sir Francis Galton. Galton was an anthropologist, a sociologist, and a psychologist. He was also a eugenicist. Eugenics is the…

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Homosexuality and Hoax Hate Crimes

By Brian Clowes, PhD / September 1, 2020 /
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  The real reason for hate crime laws is not the defense of human beings from crime. There are already laws against that.…The real reason for the invention of hate crimes was the emergence of special interest groups which need boutique legislation to raise funds for their large staffs and luxurious buildings. ~Homosexual writer Andrew…

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32 Hate Crimes Hoaxes

By Brian Clowes, PhD / August 25, 2020 /
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As shown by this sample list of hate crime hoaxes—32 of them—the LGBT movement will stoop very low to draw attention and achieve special privileges. 1. Andrew Anthos Year and State: 2007, Michigan Description of Hoax: Anthos fell and injured his neck, and told police that he did not know how the fall had happened.…

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The Racism of Eugenics

By Brian Clowes, PhD / July 21, 2020 /
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At the moment, it is probable that the indirect effect of civilization is dysgenic instead of eugenic; and in any case it seems likely that the dead weight of genetic stupidity, physical weakness, mental instability, and disease-proneness, which already exist in the human species, will prove too great a burden for real progress to be…

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How Special Are “Gay Rights?” (Part II)

By Brian Clowes, PhD / July 10, 2020 /
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My last article introduced the extreme demands of homophile groups, demands which deserve the name “special rights” because they far surpass the rights recognized to belong to humanity in general. This article lists many real-life instances of the special rights movement in action.   Special Rights Activism in Public Policy In order to enact the “special…

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How Special are “Gay Rights”? (Part I)

By Brian Clowes, PhD / July 8, 2020 /
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When pro-family people claim that homophile groups are pushing a “special rights” agenda, they are roundly condemned and ridiculed by homosexual leaders, the media, and the glitterati. “Gay rights” organizations assert that they are not asking for special rights, but only for the same rights that everyone else enjoys. For example, activist Frank Brown said…

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Sanger’s Planned Parenthood, Birthed in Eugenic Racism

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / July 6, 2020 /
Planned Parenthood Clinic

“Planned Parenthood was founded by a racist, white woman.” No, this sentence was not penned by some pro-life activist, pushing back against the whitewashing of the legacy of Margaret Sanger by Planned Parenthood. Astonishingly, it appears in a statement signed by hundreds of current Planned Parenthood employees and supporters. The statement was issued last month…

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Is the Effort to Stop Abortion Racist?

By Brian Clowes, PhD / July 3, 2020 /
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Ever since the battle over abortion began, pro-lifers and “pro-choicers” have accused each other of racism.  For example, Brian Fung of The Atlantic claimed in August of 2012 that “an abortion ban would disproportionately affect women from non-white and low-income backgrounds,” allegedly proving the pro-life movement’s “inherent racial and socio-economic unfairness.”1 Abortion advocates have long…

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The Early History of the Eugenics Movement

By Brian Clowes, PhD / June 30, 2020 /

The eugenic movement, therefore, cannot be a short campaign like many political or social movements. It is, rather, like the founding and development of Christianity, something to be handed on from age to age. ~”Report of the President of the American Eugenics Society, Inc.,” 1926.   As this short history of the eugenics movement shows,…

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