Gosnell’s House of Horrors: Our world is filled with such awful manifestations of evil that some are hard to even describe. Abortion is certainly one of those evils. Unfortunately our society has come to see this evil as acceptable although unfortunate… enter Kermit Gosnell–a deranged abortionist–who routinely snipped the necks of babies who survived the abortion process. The media has all but ignored this story and it is understandable why: they simply can’t cover the horror of such a situation without directly relating it to the horror of abortion in general. Trevon Wax shares some helpful thoughts in 8 Reasons for the Media Blackout on Kermit Gosnell. Help spread the word about this terrible news story by linking to either of these two articles on FB and Twitter. We are trying to keep this story trending on the social media outlets in order to bring light to the terror involved in every abortion.
Tomatoes Aren’t the Only Consumer Product Genetically Modified: The world’s first genetically modified children are being “produced” and not without (warranted) ethical discussion. The modifications were made to give women who previously couldn’t conceive the ability to do so through the addition of a third party’s genes. In other words, these babies have genetic material from three parents. Who knows what’s next? Cloning children? ‘”It would be an afternoon’s work for one of my students,’ he said, adding that he had been approached by ‘at least three’ individuals wishing to create a cloned child, but had turned down their requests.”‘
Stork Hoodies: Save the Storks (a wonderful pro-life ministry) is now selling some adorable and comfortable looking hoodies to spread the message and save lives.
School Shooters and Violent First Person Video Games: This argument is nothing new, but the perspective it comes from (a man who was once troubled himself) is. Peter Brown Hoffmeister shares some thoughts on the need to get young men out of the house (and away from the video games).
“Heaven come and flood my eyes” -Tenth Avenue North (H.T. to Kim Shay for the video)