by Hans Johnson In Britain there has been a growing uproar about the overreaching and secretive nature of Family Justice. One case making the headlines is that of a pregnant Italian woman who came to the country on a business trip in July of last year. The 35-year-old woman, who is bi-polar, had a panic attack [...]
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by LauraLoo As reported by DailyMailCo.UK, Los Angeles mother Lea-Ann Ellison, who “triggered a torrent of online debate when she was pictured weight-lifting eight months pregnant,” has given birth to a healthy baby boy (Skyler) – her second baby born in a home birthing pool. Congratulations to the happy family! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your video [...]
by LauraLoo Drew Barrymore is overjoyed with the pregnancy of her second child! The actress and her hubby Will Kopelman are thrilled to be giving their daughter Olive a sibling. Drew also shares, “You’re not supposed to look perfect while you’re making babies. Making babies is the perfection.” Yes it is. Love her perspective on [...]
On November 24th, women attending a National Women’s Encounter in Argentina decided that it would be a great idea to “attack and sexually molest a group of Rosary-praying Catholic men who were peacefully protecting the cathedral in the city of San Juan” from vandalism during a protest. This isn’t the first time pro-abortion feminists have launched violent attacks against religious Argentinians. From LifeSiteNews:
by LauraLoo MSNBC’s Tim Carney debates religious freedom and contraception with former Georgetown Law student and now social justice attorney Sandra Fluke. Sandra is (unfortunately) back in the news thanks to the Supreme Court agreeing to take up a case surrounding the employer contraception mandate in Obamacare. Email email@example.com with your video suggestions. [HT: Kelli]
by Hans Johnson We all know babies can display a wide range of emotions with all the gusto of an adult. But can they also be as genuinely moved by the beauty of music as adults? Amanda Leroux, of Val Gagne in northern Ontario, likes to sing to her baby. Nothing unusual there. But watch [...]
by LauraLoo At a recent Detroit Pistons game, the competition wasn’t just on the basketball court! Whoever was behind the camera at a recent Pistons game did an outstanding job of capturing a dance off between kid and usher. Impromptu and very cute! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your video suggestions.
There have been celebrations of thanksgiving held in what is now the United States from the Spaniards in the 16th century to the colonists of Virginia in the early 1600s. But we remember the most famous such event in 1621: a three-day feast at the Plymouth colony in Massachusetts to mark a successful harvest after the end of a drought.
These days of celebration (after military victories as well) continued sporadically both locally and nationally, like the one proclaimed by George Washington and the Continental Congress after the defeat of the British at Saratoga, New York in 1777.
by LauraLoo It is my pleasure to rerun this video from a couple years ago as it is one of my all-time favorites. From the father’s perspective, here is he and his wife’s short but amazing 99-day journey with their son, Eliot. They are immensely thankful for each day they had with their terminally ill [...]
by Hans Johnson Serrin Foster, president of Feminists For Life, compares and contrasts the pro-life beliefs of the early feminists with the deceit used by the male founders of NARAL to convince women to support and promote abortion. Feminists for Life holds to the slogan, “Women deserve better than abortion.” And they do. Foster says, no [...]