Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Tiny baby undergoes rare heart surgery, prognosis great for “Mighty Girl”

Talk about beating the odds! First, the parents of Alexandra Mae Van Kirk, also known as “Mighty Girl,” find that at 22 weeks their unborn baby girl is not developing as she should. As the months roll by, the prognosis grows worse and worse.  To see a photo of this tiny baby and read her story visit:  Tiny baby undergoes rare heart surgery, prognosis great for “Mighty Girl”

Daughter of Mentally Challenged Reno Woman who was almost forced to abort adopted by Grandparents

Nearly two years after the Washoe County Family Court case that shocked the nation, Cierra Marie, a little girl, whose life was threatened by a potential court ordered abortion, has a forever home.  Visit:

Daughter of Mentally Challenged Reno Woman who was almost forced to abort adopted by Grandparents

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Return of Lapsed Catholics to the Sacraments.Almighty Father,
. You desire not the death of the sinner, but that he may be converted and live.

Pour out upon us Your mercy and hear the prayers of Your servants.
Soften the hearts of Your children who have strayed from the true path which You established for their salvation.
They are now forgetful of their duties as Catholics,
and pursue the pleasures of the world.
Grant that they may quickly return to the practice of every Christian virtue,
so that their lives may shine with the integrity of faith,
the fervor of piety, and the ardor of charity.
Restore them all to Your sacraments and the life of Your grace,
through the merits of the most precious blood of Your Son, our Savior Jesus Christ.

Amen
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Monday, August 25, 2014

Couple Who Wanted Surrogate to Abort Baby With Down Syndrome Also Wanted Their Money Back

Surrogacy and IVF has objectified procreation. Now, it can be about not just having a baby to unconditionally love, but about ordering a baby that meets specifications.

Case in point: The notorious Australian biological colonialists who paid a Thai agency to hire a surrogate to carry their child, but then abandoned their son when it was discovered he has Down syndrome.



Couple Who Wanted Surrogate to Abort Baby With Down Syndrome Also Wanted Their Money Back

Friday, August 08, 2014

Upper St. Clair couple's Down syndrome advocacy a labor of love

Margie Kondrich was afraid to look at her baby.
In 2003, after giving birth to her daughter, Chloe, in a Pittsburgh hospital, the attending medical staff suddenly turned somber. They told Kondrich that her baby displayed characteristics of Down syndrome, a genetic disorder that went undetected despite five sonograms.

Read more:
Upper St. Clair couple's Down syndrome advocacy a labor of love

Upper St. Clair couple's Down syndrome advocacy a labor of love

Upper St. Clair couple's Down syndrome advocacy a labor of love

Friday, August 01, 2014

A Christian Told Him Abortion Will Never be Stopped, His Response Was Priceless

“Abortion cannot be stopped.” That is what a man said to me as I was
coming out of Mass with the Stand True Mission Team and the walkers from
Crossroads Pro-life Walks Across America.





I
told him that many people said that slavery would never be made illegal
back in the 1800s. He just ignored that and continued to argue that
abortion will never be outlawed. I tried to explain to him that this
generation is waking up to the truth about the abortion holocaust and
that this would be the generation that will abolish abortion.


He almost seemed annoyed with us for having the audacity to believe
such a thing.  I told him to look at biblical
history and see what God can do.  He just kept repeating that abortion will never be outlawed and I finally asked him, “How big is your God?”  Visit:  A Christian Told Him Abortion Will Never be Stopped, His Response Was Priceless

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Dr. Martha Boone: Obamacare Threatens Patients and Doctors





Good explanation of how Affordable Care Act hinders patient care.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Down Syndrome Prenatal Education Act

Ever since her birth, Chloe Kondrich has taken her family on an unexpected journey. Chloe, born with Down syndrome in 2003, has now led the family up the steps of the State Capitol.
This morning in Harrisburg, Gov. Tom Corbett is expected to sign the Down Syndrome Prenatal Education Act, otherwise known as Chloe’s Law, named after the Upper St. Clair 11-year-old and spearheaded by her father.

Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/news/health/2014/07/18/Chloe-s-law-expected-to-give-support-to-women/stories/201407180012#ixzz384OEn0qt

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Abortionist Leroy Carhart Botches Another Abortion, Sends Black Woman to Hospital

An African-American patient of the notorious late-term abortionist
LeRoy Carhart, 72, was transported to the hospital after suffering a
medical emergency at Germantown Reproductive Health Services in
Germantown, Maryland, on Wednesday, July 2, 2014.


This represents the EIGHTH known medical emergency for which Carhart
has been responsible since March, 2012. The recently injured women
include Jennifer Morbelli, who died on Feb. 7, 2013.

Abortionist Leroy Carhart Botches Another Abortion, Sends Black Woman to Hospital

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Judge Closes Abortion Clinic of Doctor Who “Invented” Partial-Birth Abortions

Judge Closes Abortion Clinic of Doctor Who “Invented” Partial-Birth Abortions

National Right to Life President Carol Tobias on Obama Health Care and R...





Nothing has changed.  Obama Care still needs to be repealed.  In the National Right to Life Convention in 2014 one speaker suggested it may be necessary to travel to a foreign country

such as Malaysia to get the care you will not qualify for here

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

National Right to Life Convention, Girl Scouts, American Heritage Girls

This past weekend I spent three days at the National Right to Life Convention in Louisville, KY.
It was an excellent conference with many speakers I'd heard before and many I didn't.  I was impressed with the woman who spoke about the Girl Scouts and their own resources regarding the sad inclusion of reproductive rights advocacy throughout the Girl Scout organization.  Ann Saladin thoroughly investigated this issue and has created MyGirlScoutCouncil.com, a website documenting specific concerns about the Girl Scouts

In addition, representatives from American Heritage Girls, an alternative to Girl Scouts, had a booth at the convention.  I was able to speak to a few girls who have been with American Heritage Girls for several years.  They seemed very happy with the American Heritage Girls experience.  You can learn more about this organization at www.ahgonline.org  AHG has 772 Troops across the United States.  
 

Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Chris McDaniel, True the Vote challenge Mississippi primary vote - Washington Times

 A conservative group filed a lawsuit in federal court Tuesday
challenging the outcome of the bitter Mississippi GOP Senate primary,
saying that investigators should take more time to determine whether
election laws have been broken and whether illegal ballots were cast.



Chris McDaniel, True the Vote challenge Mississippi primary vote - Washington Times

Persistent Vegetative State: Mystery Solved



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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Thursday, June 19, 2014

He Killed Babies Born Alive After Abortion, Until This Happened

Texas abortionist referred to as the Gosnell of Texas.  Visit: tHe Killed Babies Born Alive After Abortion, Until This Happened

Justina Pelletier’s Family Promises to Sue Massachusetts for Abducting Their Daughter

Lou Pelletier told MailOnline that he will not mince words now that he is no longer gagged and Justina is home.

“I am still very angry at the psychiatrists, Boston Children’s Hospital, and the Department of Families and Children for putting Justina through this. My daughter was used as a lab rat, a cruel experiment.

They tried to gag me, to prevent me from telling what was going on. Can you imagine what would have happened to Justina if I hadn’t gone public?  Justina who once was able to ice skate is now confined to a wheel chair.
Justina Pelletier’s Family Promises to Sue Massachusetts for Abducting Their Daughter

Judge Stops Texas Man’s Estranged Wife From Starving Him to Death

Last Friday, Terry Dean Martin was admitted to Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas – Beaumont Campus due to complications associated with his kidneys.  On Sunday night at approximately 11:00 PM, Terry Martin’s heart stopped beating.  Martin was immediately provided with emergency medical treatment and is somewhat responsive but has not regained complete consciousness.  Martin is currently being provided with life-sustaining treatment including a ventilator, nutrition, and hydration.

Gary and Angela Martin immediately drove from Oklahoma to Beaumont upon learning of the news.  Terry Martin and his estranged wife, Debi Martin, have been separated for over nine years.  On Monday, Debi Martin, who lives in the Beaumont area, arrived at the hospital seeking to have all life-sustaining treatment removed immediately.  Terry Martin’s estate includes a 23-acre tract of land with a 2,000 sq. ft. home.  Debi Martin is believed to be the beneficiary of his Terry Martin’s $150,000 life insurance policy.  Visit:  Judge Stops Texas Man’s Estranged Wife From Starving Him to Death

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

15-year-old charged in shooting of pregnant Duquesne teen

15-year-old charged in shooting of pregnant Duquesne teen

A new direction for Republicans outlined by Michael Needham CEO Heritage Action for America

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Time for Choosing

Fellow conservative,
A political earthquake rocked Washington, DC last night.
The implications of Dave Brat's stunning victory go well beyond politics, however. As the Weekly Standard's William Kristol explained, the race became "a broad populist case for a Republican party focused on Main Street and Middle America, not on Wall Street and corporate interests."
For the past four years, Heritage Action has been making the case that conservatives should not be in the business of protecting or justifying corporate welfare. Instead, we should confront the Bigs – Big Wall Street, Big Government, Big Labor, Big Education and Big Business – head on, and fight for the conservative policy solutions that will save the country, not simply those that help the well connected.
And last night, voters made DC listen.
Thank you for all you have done to advance conservative policy.
Sincerely,

Michael A. Needham
Chief Executive Officer
Heritage Action for America

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Friday, June 06, 2014

D-Day at 70: When Order Triumphed Over Evil

This June 6th marks the seventieth anniversary of the D-Day Normandy landings. While not the largest amphibious operation in history, it is perhaps the most significant. Europe was pinned beneath the boot of National Socialism, a godless, gnostic sect that swept God from public life. The Normandy invasion spelled the beginning of the end for Nazi Germany.  Visit: D-Day at 70: When Order Triumphed Over Evil

Friday, May 30, 2014

Barletta on VA Scandal

Barletta Statement Resignation of Secretary Shinseki
 
WASHINGTON – Congressman Lou Barletta, PA-11, today issued a statement regarding the resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki following a meeting with President Obama at the White House.  The resignation comes on the heels of an Inspector General’s report that found that 1,700 veterans were kept on unofficial waiting lists at a Phoenix VA hospital and waited an average of 115 days for treatment.  Additionally, the report found that information was manipulated to conceal the length of time patients waited for medical attention.  The report also found the problem to be systemic and not limited to the Phoenix facility.  At least forty veterans are reported to have died while waiting for treatment.
 
Barletta’s statement is as follows:
 
“I have always believed that cabinet members serve at the pleasure of the president, and in this case President Obama clearly felt that Secretary Shinseki could no longer adequately lead an agency that has suffered such a scandal and loss of public confidence.  I thank General Shinseki for his long and distinguished career in service to his country.  I also note that this is one event in this sad affair that the president will not have to learn about from the news media.
 
“The deplorable treatment of veterans at VA medical facilities is something that no American should tolerate.  The Inspector General’s report is yet more evidence that the problem is systemic, widespread, and certainly not limited to one hospital in Phoenix.  I continue to believe that a Department of Justice investigation is warranted to determine the full scope of the flaws and to identify responsible parties.
 
“In the House, we have already taken steps toward reforming the VA with the bipartisan passage of a measure that would give the secretary greater latitude in removing senior officials in the agency.  I wish the Senate would follow our lead.  In the meantime, there are a number of proposals being offered to improve the VA and its service to veterans and I am eager to examine each one on its own merits.  At the very least, this pokes a very large hole in the belief that government is the first and best solution to health care needs.”