A recent article asks, with all seriousness, ‘How Many People Have to Die Before We’re Done with Gender Reveals?’ If I had to guess, I would say somewhere between 38 to 42.
These holidays can be extremely difficult times for angel parents—parents who have lost their children. We all can help support them better.
Even Richard Dawkins tweeted it would be immoral to have a child who would suffer because of his genetics. I’m sure we’re on solid ground here.
Anthony Hobson, who is being held without bail, will not be charged for the violent murder of the child as a result of New York’s new abortion law.
The human in utero is fully human, and when we casually dismiss this tiny, precious human, we dismiss and disrespect so much more of the human experience.
To accept abortion, we’ve had to divide personhood from the unborn. Yet in miscarriage, that false divide comes back to haunt us.
When these parents went in for a routine ultrasound, doctors and nurses were stunned at what they saw their twin babies doing inside their mother’s womb.
If abortion is the unjust killing of another human being, the logical penalty would be either death or years in prison. Not counseling.
In 2000, ‘20/20’ found people selling aborted baby parts. It wasn’t illegal then, and it isn’t illegal now. Thus the recent Planned Parenthood video.
If Justice Kennedy continues applying human dignity as a legal standard, then he is likely to continue shifting in favor of laws that defend the dignity of unborn human life.
Cosmopolitan says unborn babies don’t like it when their mothers smoke. Sounds legit. So why is Cosmo fine with those same babies being killed in utero?
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