Saturday, June 16, 2012

Heroic News: “Pro life blogger calls out for ignorance of gendercide” plus 6 more


Pro life blogger calls out for ignorance of gendercide

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 08:00 AM PDT

When editor Allison Benedikt wrote on May 31st that the pro-choice movement in America needs to stop being squeamish about sex-selection abortions and just accept it, I thought my head might explode, but ultimately I said nothing.

Abortion clinics lose license, Obama loses baby girl vote

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 07:10 AM PDT

There’s a good reason why abortion clinics across America post a photograph of Lila Rose on their walls. Lila and her group Live Action, famous for exposing outrageous practices inside Planned Parenthood clinics, have done so again.

A Father's Day plea

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 06:52 AM PDT

Without seemingly having given it much thought to it at all, our society now allows millions of men and women to create children who will never know their biological fathers. That's because we sanction allowing men and women to purchase sperm from anonymous donors.

Cheerios come out for gay 'marriage'

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 06:42 AM PDT

Minnesota-based food giant General Mills has publicly come out in opposition to a proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex 'marriage' in Minnesota.

Catholic Health Association reverses course on contraception mandate

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 06:40 AM PDT

In a call for broader religious exemptions, the Catholic Health Association has backtracked from its initial support for the Obama administration’s compromise on a rule that mandates employer coverage of contraception and sterilization.

Governor Jindal signs pro-life legislation

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 06:10 AM PDT

Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana signed two pieces of pro-life legislation into state law this past week.

New IVF 'advances' look more like eugenics

Posted: 16 Jun 2012 05:49 AM PDT

The technology, pioneered by IVF Australia and sister clinic Melbourne IVF, allows lab doctors to remove a single cell from the fertilized embryo and screen all 24 chromosomes before implantation, resulting in the earliest possible destruction of 'imperfect' children.