When tragedy strikes, we often lash out at whomever we can, especially if there is someone to blame. But one mother, a retired New Orleans police officer, has chosen to forgive the man who murdered her daughter, and wrote a letter telling him so.
20-year-old Milan Arriola wasn’t 20-year-old Will Reed’s intended victim. She was just someone who was in the wrong place at the wrong time when he shot her to death as she drove her car. Milan’s mother, Imani Ruffins, reached out to Reed on Facebook, detailing how lucky she was to have had her daughter for 20 years and the sympathy she feels for Reed that he never knew such love.
Today a video released by the Center for Medical Progress shows Planned Parenthood employees picking apart the body of an 11-week-old aborted baby for organs to be sold. This is one way in which abortion generates profit for clinics. But the doctors performing abortions also make a great deal of money.
In a speech at the “Meet the Abortion Providers” convention sponsored by Pro-Life Action League, former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino reveals how profitable the abortion industry is. He discusses how much easier it is to make a living out of doing abortions than trying to earn the same amount of money delivering babies.
It’s a shocking viral video and it’s been viewed more than 2.4 million times.
You know the video we are talking about. Released by the Center for Medical Progress, the video shows Planned Parenthood’s Senior Director of Medical Services, Dr. Nucatola, casually discussing the sale of fetal organs for research over wine and salad. And now there’s a new video, perhaps even more shocking than the first, with more videos coming.
Maybe you couldn’t even get through all nine minutes. Perhaps you – or someone you know – chose not to even watch the video because the title including the words “sale of body parts.”
Jude Peters is an adorable one-year-old boy living with a disease called rhizomelic chondrodysplasia punctata (RCDP), a rare and fatal form of dwarfism.
Parents Hannah and Sully Peters refused to abort Jude even when doctors pressured them to “terminate and try again.” In an interview with FOX News, Jude’s mother said doctors expected that he would only live a few weeks.
“They told me that he might not be compatible with life outside of the womb,” Hannah Peters said. “Then when he was born, they sent him home on hospice and said he wouldn’t make it a few weeks.”
Popular photoblog Humans of New York recently shared two true stories about people who chose life instead of abortion. Facebook users responded in droves, with over one million likes and more than 29,500 shares between the two stories.
The comments have exploded, passing 13,000 – many with people sharing their own choices for life and the children they were blessed with as a result.
The most recent of the life posts from Humans of New York details a couple who got up and walked out of their abortion appointment, even after filling out the paperwork:
“I was 16 when my girlfriend got pregnant. We went to the abortion clinic on 59th Street. We filled out the papers and…
It started as a hobby. Robyn Rosenberger was working a full-time job in corporate America when she made her first super hero cape for her nephew’s birthday. Then she made a couple more, one for her son and one for his dog. When she began selling the capes on Etsy, she had no idea what the future looked like for her newly discovered talent.
After only the first investigative video release from the Center for Medical Progress, the American public has expressed their grief, outrage, and shock over Planned Parenthood’s harvesting and sale of baby body parts.
Over the weekend at the 2015 Family Leadership Summit, presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz got the first “spontaneous standing ovation” of the entire event as he called for the defunding of Planned Parenthood.
The video of Planned Parenthood director Deborah Nucatola discussing the sale of fetal body parts while casually eating lunch may have dealt the abortion behemoth a blow they can’t recover from. Nucatola serves as Planned Parenthood’s Senior Director of Medical Services and talks openly about how best to maneuver preborn babies into position in order to kill them while still making sure that valuable body parts – hearts, lungs, livers – are able to be recovered.
We were shocked on July 14 by the blockbuster release of an undercover investigative video showing Planned Parenthood executive and abortionist Dr. Deborah Nucatola blithely discussing the value of keeping a baby’s organs intact during a late-term abortion. It was like a new Grimm’s Fairy Tale: “The better to harvest from you!”
Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL) movingly spoke for many as the news broke on the floor of the House:
At a weekly press briefing July 16, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) said he’d instructed committees to investigate, but added he’d “vomit” if he had to talk specifically about the contents of the video…
Perhaps no 13-week-old baby has touched the world like Nathan Isaiah (you can read the original story here). His family chose to share his story and an image of him, and it went viral. His story was shared countless times, and has been featured in many online publications.
A year later, Nathan’s story is still tugging at heartstrings, showing the humanity of children inside of the womb. Nathan’s mother, Allison, remains in awe of the impact of his short life. Continue reading →
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The man behind an undercover investigation of Planned Parenthood says the abortion giant is “absolutely” engaged in the illegal trafficking of fetal body parts. During an appearance on the “O’Reilly Factor,” David Daleiden, founder of the Center for Medical Progress, said his organization spent years investigating Planned Parenthood’s involvement in selling the parts of aborted babies— and he has the evidence to prove it.
“We spent three years with our actors and investigators undercover deeply embedded with Planned Parenthood affiliates and top level executives,” Daleiden said. “We have heard from their own mouths many, many times over that they sell the body parts, and that they make money off of doing so— and they have the profit motive in doing so.”