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Seven States Working Hard To Shut Down Abortion Clinics

Seven States Working Hard To Shut Down Abortion Clinics | Abortion | Scoop.it
Abortion opponents are chipping away at reproductive rights from all angles — and one particularly insidious attack on women’s health is currently advancing in states across the country.
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Conspiracy Planet - Abortion Industry/ Human Organ Trade - Avoid Products That Contain Aborted Fetal Cells

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Anti-Choice Activist: Shooting Abortion Providers ‘Will Be A Blessing To The Babies’

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An anti-abortion activist in Iowa is currently under fire for his recent comments that “it will be a blessing to the babies” if someone shoots the employees who recently re-opened Dr. George Tiller’s former abortion clinic in Wichita, Kansas.
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Megyn Kelly Panel Slams Media Blackout of Abortion Doctor Kermit Gosnell's Trial

4/12/13 - The alleged media "blackout" of the Dr. Kermit Gosnell trial appears to be coming to an end. Megyn Kelly and her Fox News panel took on the story o...
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Winning The Abortion Debate...Is it moral, is it religious, is it science or is it common sense??

Winning The Abortion Debate...Is it moral, is it religious, is it science or is it common sense?? | Abortion | Scoop.it

Peter Bromberg originally shared this post to The Conservative Union (Open Discussion):What's wrong with the abortion debate here?
I see that my conservative friends are mostly expressing outrage, both moral and religious, but this has little effect on the actual dynamic of what is happening in society.

People are, for example, changing their online profile photos to a symbol of pro-life solidarity; again this accomplishes little because the pro-abortion crowd and the media could care less -- their eyes will simply glaze over. About all it does is to make many of my online friends look the same to me.

The real issue here is not the expression of outrage or solidarity but to understand what is happening in society, and to actually be willing to take constructive steps to fix it. 

We could have new legislation tomorrow that makes it 100% illegal for a woman to have an abortion, and yet the issue would still be far from solved. The challenge is to deal with the societal beliefs that allow and even encourage young people to have sex without worrying about the consequences, because today the woman can have an abortion, paid for by Obamacare. The challenge is to educate young people to be willing to take responsibility. And the challenge is to provide a system where not only can a developing human being be safely brought to term, and the family unit be supported, but if the mother and father are unable or unwilling to keep the baby, we will have structures and programs in place that will enable that child to be adopted, to grow up in a loving and nurturing environment, and to become a productive human being. 

So we can rant on with the outrage over baby killers such as Gosnell. We can talk about how abortion is morally wrong and reprehensible. And I'll agree.

But until we start actually tackling the real issues, none of this is going to make much difference at all. That's my Sunday morning rant. Thank you. Also see:Peter Bromberg The Scientific Argument For Pro - Lifehttps://plus.google.com/u/0/114085939943834183247/posts/5nbCqSLsZu9


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Richard Dillard, PMP, SSBB, ABD 7.1's curator insight, May 4, 2013 10:08 PM

Is it possible that something can be legal without being lawful? And what does that have to do with leadership? Well, that's what I want to address in this post.

 

A lot of media and public attention has been paid lately to Abortion, currently legal in the United States under Roe v. Wade (1973). This attention is perhaps the natural consequence of raising public awareness to the atrocities committed by Gosnell (and many others like him) every day. Building off my recent post about the idea of "right" vs. "wrong" leadership (and I realize that, with this post, I'll now have touched on two extremely sensitive issues, gay marriage/ adoption and murder/ abortion, in the course of one day), there is a moral imperative for leaders here: 

 

"We have confused what is lawful with what is legal. Chesterton said it well: 'For under the smooth legal surface of our society there are already moving very lawless things. We are always near the breaking-point when we care only for what is legal and nothing for what is lawful. Unless we have a moral principle about such delicate matters as marriage and murder, the whole world will become a welter of exceptions with no rules. There will be so many hard cases that everything will go soft.' This is America today. We do not know the essential difference between what is lawful and what is legal. Our moral reasoning is dying before our eyes. Nobody knows this better than the lawless." - Ravi Zacharias Response to Boston Tragedy, May 3, 2013

 

If this is true, then it is also possible for something lawful to become illegal...perhaps the Right to Keep and Bear Arms at some point. How can we, as Real Leaders, know the difference between what is lawful and what is legal? Is it really that important? What are the consequences when we don't get it?

 

In Real Leadership! Are You Ready? I challenge the reader almost right from the beginning with the idea that leadership must be personal, but it isn't private. What that means is, leadership based in values informed by absolutes is a highly personal matter, but it ultimately becomes public through the impact we have on others. This is why I try to drive home the idea that our leadership can’t be built around a company “code of ethics” and that leadership, as attained and applied through the Leadership Enrichment LIFE-cycle, is intended to be constrained (i.e., governed) by righteousness or “the moral law”, otherwise motive, means and ends get perverted and bad things naturally begin to follow.

 

As Ravi points out earlier in the same response: "Adolf Hitler told the world what he was planning to do. The naïve of that time did not take him seriously. It took one of the bloodiest and most senseless wars in history to stop that genocide orchestrated by him. What will it take for us to wake up to the avowed threat(s) of our time [in all their diverse forms]?"

 

I propose what it takes is REAL LEADERSHIP! Only when we become Real Leaders will we be able to understand the difference between right and wrong; the lawful and legal. To become a Real Leader requires that we develop the ability to recognize and reject the wrong in our own lives first so that we can recognize and reject the wrong in society, even if it is legal. Tolstoy is credited with saying: "Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself."

 

Without this ability to Learn, Change, Grow, and Lead, we will never have a platform of authority and authenticity for others to stand on. Perhaps most tragic is the fact that we will continue in the silence of consent when the lawful becomes illegal or the legal is unlawful...simply rolling with the flow of the lie and making it stronger for fear we may be ourselves exposed.

 

Wherever there is a social/ public controversy, it is always preceded by a personal/ private dilemma. We need to get our personal leadership right first..then we'll be able to properly distinguish between what is lawful and what is legal and begin working together toward ensuring they become one and the same.

 

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Jessica Cusick's curator insight, February 11, 2015 9:35 PM

Abortion is an issue that will never be solved. There are too many people who believe it should be legal for women who suffered from rape or even teenagers who can't raise a child. There are also too many people who believe it is wrong to kill a child in the womb before it is born. The real issue is over when people think life starts, whether it starts the moment a child is conceieved or when it is born. The abortion issue cannot be solved until things like that are determined. 

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After-Birth Abortion: Eugenicists Say Babies are a Parasitic Burden on Society

After-Birth Abortion: Eugenicists Say Babies are a Parasitic Burden on Society | Abortion | Scoop.it

According to Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva, “after-birth abortion” is proposed as a form of “contraception” that would allow babies to be killed after they are born.

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Is Having An Abortion Likely To Damage a Woman's Mental Health? | Psychology Today

Is Having An Abortion Likely To Damage a Woman's Mental Health? | Psychology Today | Abortion | Scoop.it

This is one of a series of blog posts about a controversial review in a high-profile journal claiming serious negative health consequences for women if they obtained an abortion. This one evaluates the evidence mustered in the review for the strongly worded conclusion that abortion puts women's mental health at risk.


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Dr. Kermit Gosnell Sentenced — Abortion Doctor Gets Life In Prison - TV Balla

Dr. Kermit Gosnell Sentenced — Abortion Doctor Gets Life In Prison - TV Balla | Abortion | Scoop.it

The nightmare abortion doctor, who was found guilty of snipping the necks of babies born alive at his run-down Philadelphia clinic, was sentenced to life in prison on May 14. Do YOU think that’s an...
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Colorado Decriminalizes Gosnell Abortion Methods – No Rights For Unborns

Colorado Decriminalizes Gosnell Abortion Methods – No Rights For Unborns | Abortion | Scoop.it
In close coordination with Planned Parenthood, Democrat lawmakers have repealed the Colorado criminal abortion statutes which is the premise of the newly passed House Bill 1154 – prohibiting criminal prosecution of abortionists like Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell – making it legal in Colorado to kill a child, regardless of the circumstances surrounding his/her birth. The bill simply decriminalizes any act perpetrated against the child and trivializes it to nothing more than property damage.

The bill states that “nothing in this act shall be construed to confer personhood, or any rights associated with that status, on a human being at any time prior to live birth. Nothing in this article shall permit the prosecution of a person for any act of providing medical, surgical or any other type of care.” 

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Poll: Majority Say Abortion Morally Wrong Most of the Time --Yet the MSM would have you believe otherwise

Poll: Majority Say Abortion Morally Wrong Most of the Time --Yet the MSM would have you believe otherwise | Abortion | Scoop.it

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littlebytesnews's curator insight, April 15, 2013 1:42 AM

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