Listen here for LifeNews Radio for February 18, 2013:
20130218 LifeNews Radio Feng Jianmei-Fetal Anomalies-Black Abortions-Coercing Teen Abortion
After failing to pay a $6000 fine for her seven-month pregnancy, Feng Jianmei was ambushed, beaten and dragged into a car which took her to a Shanxi Province, China clinic for a forced abortion. To get medical treatment and to avoid painful memories, eight months later, Feng and her husband are living in another city. Now, we discover, she still suffers medical and other effects from the abortion, has run up thousands in medical bills but, says Feng, “what we lost the most, we lost a baby.”
With the rise of prenatal testing, detection of so-called anomalies is spiking and, tragically, the solution given to most parents is simply “abort”. Recent news has given us not only tragic stories of lives lost and harmed, but heroic stories of parents who defied the presumed odds and now hold in their arms beautiful and very often entirely normal, healthy babies. There are numerous such stories at LifeNews.com.
In other news, pro-life advocates are pointing out during February’s Black History Month that part of that history in America includes 16 million black children dead from abortion. And a hearing Monday in Texas is to determine whether parents can pressure their teen daughter into an abortion.
Listen here for LifeNews Radio for February 5, 2013:
20130205 LifeNews Radio Forced Compliance-Dropping Argument-NYC Covert Rx
Some media outlets and others looking at the revised HHS contraceptive-abortifacient drug mandate are clearly under the impression that the HHS has substantially expanded its exemptions for “religious employers” under mandate rules. Pro-life groups and others are saying, “Not so fast.” Now, no distinction is being made between houses of worship, its schools, institutions, or its employees. Attorney Wesley Smith says the new rules, despite their nice-sounding press releases, are a rapid way for the Obama administration to expand the HHS mandate. No conscience is allowed in the public square, no institution is allowed to express in their business conduct what they teach in their classrooms, even insurance for nuns in a church convent would be required to offer contraceptives.
After nationwide criticism and being taken to task by three Colorado bishops, Catholic Health Initiatives will no longer argue in court that an unborn child is not a person. St. Thomas More Hospital is defending itself against the suit involving the tragic death of twin unborn boys at that hospital.
12,000 doses of the Plan B morning-after pill have been dispensed to New York City school children. A report in the New York Post says the abortifacient hormone overdoses were dispensed without involving parents.