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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

You’ll be Shocked by How Many Violations Health Inspectors Found at a Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic

You’ll be Shocked by How Many Violations Health Inspectors Found at a Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic: Operation Rescue has obtained five Statement of Deficiency Reports that show Missouri state inspectors have cited the Planned Parenthood abortion facility in St

Tuesday, January 03, 2017

Pro-Life Group in Israel Has Saved 68,000 Babies From Abortion and Has an Idea How to Save More

Pro-Life Group in Israel Has Saved 68,000 Babies From Abortion and Has an Idea How to Save More: Every day in Israel, about 100 unborn babies die in abortions on average. The number could be much higher if not for the work of the Efrat Association, a pro

Saturday, December 31, 2016

'Have Courage!' | The Divine Mercy Message from the Marians of the Immaculate Conception

Meanwhile, statistics bear out the fact that inserting spirituality into patient care has wide public support. Drawing upon several independent studies, Dr. Bryan Thatcher said 90 percent of patients surveyed believe in God, and 70 percent point to religion as an important influence in their lives.

"At the same time, both the family of patients and the caregivers commonly rely on spirituality to help them get through difficulties," said Dr. Thatcher, the international director of Doctors for Divine Mercy and founder ofEucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy, an apostolate of the Marian Fathers. An inpatient survey concluded that 77 percent of patients said physicians should address patients' spiritual beliefs; 57 percent of inpatients with terminal disease reported spiritual distress; and 72 percent of patients said their spiritual needs are not being met by medical system, Dr. Thatcher said.

"This should be proof enough that we need to take this to heart. Be courageous," said Dr. Thatcher, co-author of the new Marian Press title At the Bedside of the Sick and Dying: A Guide for Parish Ministry, Family, and Friends. "The majority of people are believers, and the families need and rely on spirituality to cope, and more say the medical system is failing them," he said.

No longer a practicing physician, Dr. Thatcher said that, looking back to his medical career, he has one regret: He once viewed medical care as simply "the mechanical treatment " of disease. "I didn't think of calling a priest and praying." He said, "There are so many people who are alone and going through death alone, and we have to be cognizant of this, not just of the mechanics."

'Have Courage!' | The Divine Mercy Message from the Marians of the Immaculate Conception

Friday, December 30, 2016

Criminal Charges Filed Against Anglican Priest for Praying Outside Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic

Criminal Charges Filed Against Anglican Priest for Praying Outside Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic: Father James Linton was arrested last month outside the San Bernardino Planned Parenthood for offering to pray with women entering the abortion facility. Police

Wednesday, December 07, 2016

Colorado becomes 5th state to OK medically assisted suicide


This is not good news.
 Colorado on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a proposition to allow terminally ill people to end their own lives, becoming the fifth state to allow medically assisted suicide.

Proposition 106 requires that a mentally competent patient have a six-month prognosis and get two doctors to approve requests for life-ending medication. It requires doctors to discuss alternatives with the patient as well as safe storage, tracking and disposal of lethal drugs, recognizing that a patient can change his or her mind.   Visit:Colorado becomes 5th state to OK medically assisted suicide

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

President-Elect Donald Trump Names Pro-Life Rep. Tom Price as HHS Secretary

President-Elect Donald Trump Names Pro-Life Rep. Tom Price as HHS Secretary: President-elect Donald Trump has named yet another pro-life advocate to a key position that would have oversight concerning pro-life policies. Today he named pr

Friday, November 04, 2016

Shocking Oregon Assisted Suicide Report Shows Law is Rife With Abuse

Shocking Oregon Assisted Suicide Report Shows Law is Rife With Abuse

One of the most frequently repeated claims by proponents of assisted suicide laws is that there is “no evidence or data” to support any claim that these laws are subject to abuse. These claims are demonstrably false.
Regarding documented cases, please refer to a compilation of individual cases and source materials pulled together by the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund entitled Oregon and Washington State Abuses and Complications.

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

The Clintons — At the End of All Things

The Clintons — At the End of All Things  Collate the FBI reopened investigation, WikiLeaks Podesta trove, revelations about the Clinton Foundation, the e-mail–server scandal, the DNC disclosures, and the various off-the-cuff campaign remarks of Bill and Hillary Clinton, and one then ponders what was the point of the Clinton shakedowns, the loss of reputation, the crude lawbreaking, as they neared their seventh decade. 


Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/441637/hillary-bill-clinton-greed-corruption-power-cynicism-endlessly

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

What a John Stamos Interview Tells Us About Men, Abortion | NRL News Today

What a John Stamos Interview Tells Us About Men, Abortion

By Robin Keahey

Shock Jock Howard Stern invited former Full House—and upcoming Fuller House—star John Stamos for a sit down Jan. 4. While Stern is known for his outrageous interview questions and crass humor, one question in his interview with Stamos hit especially close to home for many.
Asked if he’d ever gotten someone pregnant, the reputed playboy revealed he had in his late 20s, but the woman had an abortion.
But here is where the conversation took a revealing turn. In speaking of the abortion,  Visit: 
What a John Stamos Interview Tells Us About Men, Abortion | NRL News Today

Friday, August 19, 2016

Marine Takes Big Step Toward Recovery From Traumatic Brain Injury

(Post Star) – When Marine sniper Sgt. Eddie Ryan was shot twice in the head by friendly fire while serving in Iraq, doctors told his parents he would not survive. His family flew to Germany, where he was being treated, essentially to say goodbye. But Ryan wasn’t ready to quit. He recovered, and over the past 11 years he has been moving down the long road to recovery that follows a traumatic brain injury.  Visit:  Marine Takes Big Step Toward Recovery From Traumatic Brain Injury

Marine Takes Big Step Toward Recovery From Traumatic Brain Injury

(Post Star) – When Marine sniper Sgt. Eddie Ryan was shot twice in the head by friendly fire while serving in Iraq, doctors told his parents he would not survive. His family flew to Germany, where he was being treated, essentially to say goodbye. But Ryan wasn’t ready to quit. He recovered, and over the past 11 years he has been moving down the long road to recovery that follows a traumatic brain injury.  Visit:  Marine Takes Big Step Toward Recovery From Traumatic Brain Injury

Monday, July 11, 2016

An article by Lowman Henry


When in the Course of Human Events

 
 
6/28/16
 
 
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When in the Course of Human Events
 
By Lowman S. Henry
 
This is the time of year when Americans celebrate the anniversary of our declaration of independence from Great Britain.  It is ironic that the United Kingdom itself a few days ago found it necessary "for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another."  By leaving the European Union the British people have reconfirmed that the longing for liberty is an eternal emotion.
 
Meanwhile, here in the colonies, the very document that ensured our rights as a free people has been under relentless attack.  TheConstitution of the United States has withstood the test of time. After the Articles of Confederation failed to provide the framework for an effective federal government delegates from the 13 colonies met in Philadelphia and in September of 1787 put their signatures to the document which, at least theoretically, remains our nation's ultimate authority.
 
On June 21, 1788, New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify theConstitution which then took effect on March 4, 1789.  The document was, however, viewed as incomplete and several states insisted on the inclusion of ten amendments, which became known as the Bill of Rights.  Those amendments were ratified and became effective on December 15, 1791. 
 
That the Bill of Rights was necessary is evidenced by periodic efforts throughout our nation's history to disregard, water down, or remove them entirely.  Perhaps no amendment has been so violated as the tenth which limits the power of the federal government.  Congress and the president, frequently with complicity by the Supreme Court, have consistently throughout the ages infringed on this right.  Today the assault continues, especially upon the second amendment governing our right to keep and bear arms.  The non-existent "right" of freedom from religion has replaced the "free exercise of religion" guaranteed in the first amendment.
 
It is safe to assume that the founding fathers would place in the first amendment those rights that they viewed as most vital to a free people.  It is here that the Constitution guarantees our right to freedom of speech and of the press.  Now obviously there was no electronic media or internet back in 1787, but freedom of speech and of the press clearly applies to all means of communication.
 
A free press was instrumental in our nation's founding.  The only method of mass communication was through the printing press producing formal newspapers, pamphlets, and broadsides.  From Thomas Paine during the revolution to the Federalist Papers, the expression of opinion via the printed word was a vital means of exercising free speech.  Throughout our history we have depended on a free press to keep government in check, such as it did during the Watergate scandal of the 1970s.  So vital is a free press that it is often referred to as the "fourth estate," or fourth branch of government.
 
It is therefore disturbing to see candidates and elected officials from the national to the local level trampling this vital right.  In just the last few weeks, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has banned the Washington Post from covering his campaign events.  Here in Penn's Woods, the Democratic mayor of Harrisburg, Eric Papenfuse, has revoked the credentials of the capitol city's newspaper the Patriot News/Penn Live. Papenfuse's actions are especially curious in that he is the owner of a prominent bookstore, so you would think he might have some loyalty to the unfettered circulation of the printed word.
 
My goal here is not to defend the content of these publications - whose left-wing ideology frequently taints their reporting of the news - but to stand up for their right to do so.  If elected officials, from mayors to presidents can decide who can cover the news they can also then control the news.  This is not only a violation of the media's constitutional rights, but an existential threat to our democracy and ultimately our individual liberty.
 
As we celebrate our freedom with fireworks and back yard barbecues let us always remember that the trampling of one right is the trampling of all rights.  The loss of any one right puts us on a very slippery slope which will ultimately lead to the loss of all rights.  From freedom of the press, to freedom of religion, to our right to keep and bear arms, we must fight to protect our God-given rights against those who would take them away.
 
(Lowman S. Henry is Chairman & CEO of the Lincoln Institute and host of the weekly Lincoln Radio Journal.  His e-mail address is lhenry@lincolninstitute.org.)
 
Permission to reprint is granted provided author and affiliation are cited.

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Abandoned in college laundry room, “Baby Jane Doe” graduates 32 years later from same school

In 1984 a baby was abandoned in a box in a laundry room.  The woman who found her attended her graduation from the same school   Visit:

Abandoned in college laundry room, “Baby Jane Doe” graduates 32 years later from same school