Friday, October 10, 2014

Inspiring story of the "Bucket List Baby"

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What’s really a “natural” birth”?



Shane Michael Haley was born at 2:25 a.m. on October 9th, 2014. He died just hours later cradled in his mother’s arms, surrounded by family. Baby Shane lived less than five hours on this earth, yet his little life has touched millions.
Before Shane was born his parents Jenna and Dan Haley received a shocking diagnosis. They were told the unborn baby they were carrying had a brain defect called anencephaly. This defect causes a baby to be born without parts of it’s brain and skull. Most children born with this defect die shortly after birth. Read more…

USA Today accuses Texas of removing abortion rights

USA Today accuses pro-lifers of essentially eliminating the right to abortion in Texas because of the recent safety restrictions enforced in abortion facilities. It’s the second newspaper in less than a month to engage its entire editorial board in taking a pro-abortion stand and resorting to a sort of editorial bullying in the name of supporting abortion.
The editorial argues that the enforcement of HB2 in Texas essentially eliminates a woman’s right to choose abortion. Read more…
Nun too helpful: Why giving money to Planned Parenthood doesn’t protect womenThere’s certainly no shortage of funding at America’s largest abortion provider: last year, Planned Parenthood received over half a billion dollars in federal money. In fact, the organization has been collecting nine figure government checks for some time now. Has the extra cash helped to protect vulnerable women? Read more…
Pro-choice feminist thinks women having abortions is comparable to men having sex Jessica Valenti, a radical feminist blogger at the Guardian and Feministing, routinely raises the eyebrows of critical thinkers with her long-winded rants on gender relations and sexual inequality. She reached a new low, however, with her recent opinion piece meant to expose the unequal treatment of men and women in the United States. Read more…
29-year-old cancer patient Brittany Maynard will take her life in less than 30 days
Brittany Maynard, 29, appeared to have everything. She was a newlywed with a loving family, who had traveled the world, ran marathons, and even climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. Then she started having severe headaches.
She found out that the headaches were being caused by Stage II glioblastoma multiforme, and initially was told that she had years to live. But after having surgery, her doctors discovered that she actually had Stage IV glioblastoma multiforme, the deadliest form of brain cancer, and was given only months to live. Read more…

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