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Saturday, February 11, 2012


"These are the two things I want you, please, to remember — abortion is a blessing and our work is not done. Let me hear you say it: abortion is a blessing and our work is not done. Abortion is a blessing and our work is not done. Abortion is a blessing and our work is not done."

In the following video, Ragsdale is also on record calling the late term abortionist George Tiller , "a saint." 

The following video shows her radical political views.  So if preachers, ministers, priest have had any concern about speaking out politically from the pulpit, they can just look to this radical 'reverend' and realize they must not stay silent.  The radicals are infiltrating our churches and we must wake people up to this dangerous invasion.

2009-Chip Berlet and Katherine Hancock Ragsdale discuss PRA's role under a new Administration.

RELATED LINKS:  Political Research Associates  This is just a segment of Rev. Dr. Katherine Ragsdale's speech at the 2009 National NOW Conference. To learn more about Rev. Dr. Katherine Ragsdale, and see her full video, please visit:

In this segment, Rev. Dr. Katherine Ragsdale advocates that feminists must change the dialogue around abortion -- how abortion should be viewed as a blessing, not a tragedy.

More videos on Chip Berlet
Fractures, Alliances and Mobilizations in the Age of Obama: Emerging Analyses of the 'Tea Party Movement'

Panel 3: Tapping into Fear, Anger and Resentment: The Tea Party and the Climate of Threat


Lisa Disch, Professor of Political Science and Professor of Women's Studies, University of Michigan

Charles Postel, Associate Professor of History, San Francisco State University

Chip Berlet, Senior Analyst, Political Research Associates

Devin Burghart, Vice President, Institute for Research & Education on Human Rights


Paola Bacchetta, Associate Professor of Gender & Women's Studies, University of California, Berkeley

Closing Remarks:

Christine Trost, Program Director, Center for the Comparative Study of Right-Wing Movements, and Assistant Director, Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, UC Berkeley
Fractures, Alliances And Mobilizations In The Age Of Obama:
Emerging Analyses Of The 'Tea Party Movement'
University Of California, Berkeley
John Foster "Chip" Berlet (born November 22, 1949) is an American investigative journalist, and photojournalist activist specializing in the study of right-wing movements in the United States, particularly the religious right, white supremacists, homophobic groups, and paramilitary organizations. He also studies the spread of conspiracy theories in the media and on the Internet, and political cults on both the right and left of the political spectrum.

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