Category: Sanctity of Life

Kamala Harris’s Abortion Absolutism

Abortion policy is just one of several areas in which California senator Kamala Harris, Joe Biden’s running mate, has sworn to abuse executive power to assert her preferences if Congress won’t legislate as she’d like. Her authoritarian instincts were frightening when she was running for president herself, and they’re hardly any less frightening now that, if she and Biden are elected, she will be just one crisis away from the presidency.

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‘Save the Children’ flash rally brings awareness to human trafficking

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) -Dozens of people from around the Coastal Empire gathered in Johnson Square this afternoon for a “Save The Children’ flash rally.

People who participated in the rally marched from Johnson Square to City Hall to raise awareness of human trafficking. There have been demonstrations around the world and the country to unify the issue. Dominic Box, the rally organizer, says more than 1 million children are commercially trafficked for sexual exploitation every year. Box says he wanted to have this rally to inspire people to have difficult conversations about an issue that’s happening all around us.

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California Senators Revive Bill On Sterilizing Children

State Senate leaders, under pressure from transgender activists, scheduled a new vote to fund sterilizing transgender procedures despite previously announcing Saturday’s Senate Health Committee was the last hearing of the year.

According to the Senate Health Committee staff, the change came from Committee Chair Senator Richard Pan and Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins, a member of the LGBT Legislative Caucus. The Monday, August 10 hearing comes as a surprise after Pan’s spokesperson previously said the committee cut AB 2218 from consideration after being told to “evaluate and prioritize bills based on relevance to the current crisis our state and nation faces.” AB 2218 did not fit that criterion.

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Beautiful Baby Born After Mom Changes Her Mind in the Middle of the Abortion

Seventeen years old and a senior in high school, Wisdom was an honor roll student, cheerleader, working every day and looking forward to a bright future. Then a positive pregnancy test spoke something very different to her heart. Wisdom describes the fear as paralyzing.

The fear stopped Wisdom from going to school or work. She just stopped showing up for everything. The once faithful employee and student dropped out of her own life.

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Abortions Double in Anne-of-Green-Gables Province Two Years After Becoming Available

The number of abortions on Prince Edward Island has doubled in the two years since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s federal government pressured the province to allow the killing of unborn children on the island.

PEI ministry of health data obtained by pro-life blogger Patricia Maloney show that there were 67 abortions on the Island in 2017, 86 in 2018, and 143 in 2019.

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Parenting a Disabled Child is Lonely- So I Built an App to Help Us Find Each Other

We had a peculiar and medicalised initiation into parenthood. Instead of worrying about milestones and feeding, we wondered whether our baby would be with us in the morning and what her future held.

Shared experience offers a sense of cohesion and is part of the reason why new mother and baby groups are so popular. You’re in it together, riding the crazy wave of parenthood.

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Leaked Email Shows Deadly Fallout of UK ‘Do It Yourself’ Abortion Pill Program

A leaked NHS email has exposed how the Government’s abortion pills by post programme is crippling the health of women. Commenting on the leaked email, Antonia Tully, SPUC Director of Campaigns said: “The email cites 13 incidents which have seriously affected women’s health. Is this the tip of an iceberg? The leaked email was sent from the Regional Chief Midwife from one region in England. What is happening in the rest of the country?”

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Disability Rights Groups Protest Death Man in Texas Hospital

Late last month we reported the Covid-19 death of Michael Hickson, a quadriplegic in Texas. Over the vehement objections of his wife, doctors at St David’s South Austin Medical Center withdrew nutrition and hydration because these constituted “futile care”.

Several national disability groups have asked the federal Office for Civil Rights at the Department of Health and Human Services to investigate the case.

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Federal Government Must Stop the Deadly Abortion Pill

While COVID-19 dominates the news cycle, a battle is being fought over a deadly drug that has killed over 3.7 million children and at least 24 women. The drug is Mifeprex — commonly known as the abortion pill. On July 13, an Obama-appointed federal judge enjoined the Food and Drug Administration requirements governing the prescription of Mifeprex. He ruled that requiring pregnant women to complete an in-clinic appointment to procure the drugs was a “substantial obstacle” to abortion and was to be suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. This ruling suspends, for the abortion pill, the Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS), the FDA’s rules for “certain medications with serious safety concerns to help ensure the benefits of the medication outweigh its risks.”

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