Monthly Archives: January 2013

Choosing life

Mother refuses to have an abortion For baby Jacob Reed, the odds of survival were low. His mother was warned that he had only a 3 percent chance of living after birth according to the Mail Online. Doctors “told his … Continue reading

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The perils of IVF

  Chicago doctor left his IVF practice Mercatornet interviewed by email Dr. Anthony J. Caruso who worked in the field of in vitro fertilization for 15 years before he stopped in 2010. In this interview Dr. Caruso shared: “In 2008 … Continue reading

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Think about it

These words from the past still resonate today. “What Irony – That a society confronted with plastic bags filled with the remains of aborted babies should be more concerned about the problem of recycling the plastic.” Winifred Egan – Queensland … Continue reading

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Word Games

  Language to dehumanize the unborn child has been commonplace in the abortion debate over the years. Words like product of conception, contents of the uterus, tissue, or clump of cells have long been used by abortion advocates to distance themselves from … Continue reading

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Love Life

An advertisement seen recently to promote a contest held last fall brought this picture from Live Action to mind. The contest called “Get Treemotional” invited contestants to submit “a picture of your favourite tree and tell us what makes it … Continue reading

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491 babies born alive following abortion from 2000 to 2009 in Canada

Unborn child 20 weeks after conception Blogger Patricia Maloney at her Run with Life blog reported on statistics for the numbers of babies who died after being born alive following abortion procedures in Canada. Her inquiries to Statistics Canada revealed the distressing news … Continue reading

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