Sunday, October 5, 2014

Heroic News: “My dad is a pro life hero, because he adopted me” plus 8 more


Dawn Milberger is a wife, abortion survivor, and a pro-life speaker. Her story is nothing short of amazing — as she survived multiple abortion attempts.
“Is it any wonder that many fathers have a harder time connecting with their daughters, when they spend countless hours watching girls their daughters’ age being beaten up, raped, and subjected to every imaginable type of sexual degradation?” How do these images help that same man connect with his wife — a woman much older than the average porn star, who hasn’t just spent hours in a makeup session to correct any and all physical flaws, a real life woman without editing?
Over 500,000 opponents of same-sex marriage have flooded the streets of Paris and Bordeaux to protest against "medically-assisted reproduction" for gay couples, rally organizers said.
Cosmopolitan’s senior political writer, Jill Filipovic, singled out reality television star, Jessa Duggar, over comments following a visit to the Holocaust Museum. The fashion magazine’s top political contributor blasted the pro-life personality, calling her “kooky”, “deranged” and “tone-deaf” for highlighting the plight of marginalized groups when Jessa wrote in part that:
Abortionist Lisa Harris speaks about performing an abortion while she was pregnant, and feeling her own baby Just as she was pulling the leg off of the baby she was aborting. Sadly, this did not make her stop doing abortions.
Good news comes out of Texas this week, where mothers and their unborn children are once again protected from the predatory abortion business thanks to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issuing a partial stay in favor of HB2.
The family, the Pope observed, is an unparalleled school of humanity thanks to the spouses’ “openness to the gift of life, the mutual protection, the encounter and memory of generations, educational support” and “the transmission of the Christian faith to their children.”
[YouTube Video pix] The Swedish woman had healthy ovaries, but she was born without a uterus—a syndrome seen in one girl in 4,500. She received a uterus from a 61-year-old family friend who had gone through menopause after giving birth to two children.
Plenty of weighty cases await the justices on October 6th when the Supreme Court opens its 2014 term (as we cover here). But no one yet knows if this is the year the court will determine whether same-sex "marriage" is a constitutional right.