Month: June 2015

Peter Singer doesn’t want tax dollars to pay for disabled babies

Peter Singer doesn’t want tax dollars to pay for disabled babies

While pro-life advocates work to remove tax funded abortions, Princeton University bio-ethicist, Peter Singer says he doesn't want his tax dollars to pay for disabled babies. In a radio interview in April with WorldNet Daily's Aaron Klein, Peter Singer argued it is “reasonable” for government or private insurance companies to deny treatment to severely disabled babies. Singer is both an…

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State moves to revoke abortion clinic license

State moves to revoke abortion clinic license

An Indiana abortionist could be forced to close another abortion clinic in the state after health officials moved to revoke the license of his South Bend facility. Ulrich Klopfer, who operated several abortion clinics around Indiana, was recently cited by state health officials in Gary for several health deficiencies which led to that abortion facility closing in May. Now, it…

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E-mails show eugenicist Gruber had larger role in ObamaCare

E-mails show eugenicist Gruber had larger role in ObamaCare

New e-mails show that ObamaCare architect MIT economist Jonathan Gruber who espoused abortion as eugenics had a larger role in drafting ObamaCare than previously thought. Gruber, a former consultant and adviser during ObamaCare’s creation, was caught on tape admitting that he and his fellow administration insiders knew they had to lie about ObamaCare in order to get it passed. His…

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Lawsuit filed against teacher’s union claims dues support abortion

Lawsuit filed against teacher’s union claims dues support abortion

A veteran Pennsylvania school teacher is taking on the biggest teachers’ union in the state because she feels her First Amendment rights are being trampled by the organization. Linda Misja is taking the Pennsylvania State Education Association to court because she feels the union is holding her money hostage. Linda Misja has been teaching French and English for 37 years…

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Parents outraged over sex toy selfie assignment at high school

Parents outraged over sex toy selfie assignment at high school

Parents in California are upset that a high school teacher gave students the assignment of getting a selfie with one of their parents sex toys or condoms. Parents of students at Encinal High School in Alameda want a teacher fired after they say he sent them home with an extra credit assignment of finding sex toys and condoms in their…

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Law forces pro-life pregnancy centers to refer for abortion

A law in California requires pro-life pregnancy centers to refer for abortion. This Op-Ed was written by Chuck Donovan and coauthored by Marjorie Dannenfelser and republished with the permission of the Susan B Anthony List. The year is 1848, the place is Rochester, New York, and you are Frederick Douglass, ardent and eloquent abolitionist and former slave. You publish the…

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Parents refuse to abort baby with half a heart

Parents refuse to abort baby with half a heart

The parents of an unborn baby diagnosed with half a heart refused to abort the child prior to his birth. Marcus Dunn was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Doctors say that Marcus has half a heart, a condition that strikes one in one ­million. Parents Whitney Allison and Troy Dunn told the Maitland and Mercury that their son's diagnosis…

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Pregnant woman’s uncle to gunman, “You shot a little baby”

Pregnant woman’s uncle to gunman, “You shot a little baby”

A gunman shot a pregnant woman at a city bus stop and killed her unborn child, now her uncle is pleading with the gunman to come forward, "You shot a baby." According to PIX11, 19 year-old Tedra Paige was about 5 months pregnant when she was hit by gunfire while waiting for a bus in Seattle. The uncle of…

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“Life” wins first place in sand sculpture contest

“Life” wins first place in sand sculpture contest

A sand sculpture entitled, "Life" has one first place in a contest in New Hampshire. The 15th annual Hampton Beach Master Sand Sculpting Competition brings the best sculptors from across the globe to the soft sands of the Seacoast. “It's a worldwide event where we fly in sculptors from all across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. They've come from…

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Alveda King: we have lawlessness b/c we don’t value life from conception

Alveda King: we have lawlessness b/c we don’t value life from conception

MLK niece Alveda King addressed the Charleston, South Carolina church shooting this weekend at a march against abortion in Selma, Alabama whose message was Black Women Matter. Black leaders from across the nation attended the March in Selma to expose a possible racial motive for not enforcing abortion laws. According to organizer, Catherine Davis, over 300 people attended the event…

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