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Faith lessons from Santa
2014.12.17 - 11:00am - Kurt Kondrich
Recently my beautiful 11-year-old daughter Chloe Emmanuel who has Down syndrome met with Santa Claus when he drove through our neighborhood on a fire truck. Chloe was very excited to see her friend from the North Pole, and she made sure Santa knew she wanted books about the movie Frozen this Christmas. Chloe has led our family on an incredible journey since her birth in 2003, and the seeds she has planted really shined in 2014. 

I learned after Chloe's birth that [more than] 90 percent of children diagnosed prenatally with Down syndrome are targeted and terminated because they are seen as "defective" and a "burden" to families. During her 11 years on this earth Chloe has brought nothing but joy, happiness, and light to a world that has embraced death, depravity, and darkness, and our culture desperately needs more people like her. Chloe has no evil or malice in her heart, and she will never intentionally hurt or offend anyone. As a former police officer I made it my LIFE mission to defend and protect these children and ensure that people focus on their ABILITIES and amazing beauty. This loud advocacy led to the signing of the Pennsylvania Down Syndrome Prenatal Education Act (Chloe's Law) in 2014, and now families expecting a child like Chloe will receive positive, factual, and supportive information—PRICELESS! Even Santa knows that we should "embrace and not erase" children with Down syndrome! read more...
DC City Council Picking Fight Against Supreme Court Over Hobby Lobby Decision
2014.12.17 - 12:00am - The Christian Post
Washington, D.C., passed a bill that attempts to counter a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing for closely-held businesses to be exempted from the federal birth control mandate. In a unanimous vote taken Wednesday, the Council of the District of Columbia passed a bill that apparently conflicts with the Supreme Court decision in Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby. read more...
SCOTUS leaves AZ abortion ruling intact
2014.12.17 - 12:00am - Tucson News
A decision by the U.S. Supreme Court allows women in Arizona to have a choice, whether to end a pregnancy with a surgical or medication abortion. The ruling was left intact by the Supreme Court justices, it blocks a 2012 Arizona law that restricts the use of drugs to end a pregnancy after seven weeks. read more...
Court awards pro-life demonstrator $197,000 in fees after 9-year-long court battle
2014.12.17 - 12:00am - Life Site News
A South Carolina federal judge has awarded more than $197,000 in attorney’s fees and costs to the head of Columbia Christians for Life after a free speech court battle that involved years of legal wrangling at all judicial levels. read more...
'I am equally pro-choice and pro-life': Christian professor
2014.12.15 - 11:00am - Mark Davis Pickup
During a November 4, 2014, university panel discussion in Indiana on the topic "Life versus Choice," Wesleyan professor Gregory Fiebig stated, "This is our belief, that life begins at conception. It is not the world's belief. And so if we start telling the world how to live their lives, and hold them to a morality that we believe, it's a little bit akin to playing the Holy Spirit." 

No professor, you are quite wrong. It is a biological fact that human life begins when sperm penetrates egg. What anybody happens to believe does not change this scientifically established truth. read more...
Prenatal Tests Have High Failure Rate, Triggering Abortions
2014.12.15 - 12:00am - NBC NEWS
During a November 4, 2014, university panel discussion in Indiana on the topic "Life versus Choice," Wesleyan professor Gregory Fiebig stated, "This is our belief, that life begins at conception. It is not the world's belief. And so if we start telling the world how to live their lives, and hold them to a morality that we believe, it's a little bit akin to playing the Holy Spirit." No professor, you are quite wrong. It is a biological fact that human life begins when sperm penetrates egg. What anybody happens to believe does not change this scientifically established truth. read more...