David Daleiden, head of the pro-life group Center for Medical Progress, alleges that StemExpress — a biotechnology company that sells aborted baby organs for tens of thousands of dollars — is trying to use the courts to block the release of future undercover videos because they might reveal "evidence of born alive infants."
"In a meeting with their top leadership they [StemExpress] admitted they sometimes get fully intact fetuses shipped to their laboratory from the abortion clinics they work with, and that could be prima facie evidence of born alive infants," Daleiden asserted on CNN Friday.
California-based StemExpress is "very scared," he said, about seeing the next undercover videos released to the public because they might reveal illegal partial-birth abortions are being carried out to obtain intact tissue and organs for research. more >>
US Homeland Security chief recently revealed that the government tactically made the decision to call Islamist terror attacks "violent extremism," avoiding the term "Islamic" or similar wording that would point to religious motivations in an effort to build bridges with the Muslim community.
Speaking at the Aspen Institute's annual security forum in late July, US Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, says that it's "critical" to call such Islamic terror attacks "violent extremism" to "build trust" and "cooperation" with Muslims, according to Investor's Business Daily.
Johnson was pressed by the moderator, who asked, "Isn't government denying the fundamental religious component of this kind of extremism by not using the word Islamic?" more >>
NEW YORK -– Grammy-nominated Christian rapper Flame makes a statement on his new album Forward suggesting the death of cultural Christianity will help the Gospel, and during an appearance on CP Voice he elaborated on that message.
Forward is Flame's eighth studio album and the record addresses various topics including Christianity in America, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana, and what he believes to be a shift in culture that will advance the message of Jesus.
"We've assumed for so long that America is a Christian nation. We assume it's a pseudo kingdom of heaven and God is doing something extra special in America, as if this is a theocracy where God rules like Ancient Israel. And I think it's helpful for people to know the reality of our current state. Yes, the framers of the Constitution were informed by some Christian ideas and that was very helpful. But when people can realize God's true heart for repentance and reconciliation, versus being a good person, it helps them to rightly access where they are in their lives," said Flame to CP Voice. more >>
Back in May, Anthony Geary announced to the public that it's already over for his Luke Spencer in the beloved daytime soap "General Hospital." And just this week, fans finally made their last goodbyes to the ex-mobster of Port Charles.
However, a new casting development emerged saying that the "GH" alum could make a return but with certain conditions.
Geary said he is "not completely opposed to returning" to the daytime drama. more >>
If Microsoft has its "Deals with Gold," Sony has its PlayStation Summer Sale. The summer sale, which started last July 29, will last for one whole month and is said to bring a lot of savings for gamers. It seems to be a good time for gamers to start building up their game collection or catch savings on a game they have had their eye on for a long time. Up to 70 per cent discount is being given on selected games for different types of PS consoles.
According to a report in Eurogamer, the summer sale will bring down game prices "roughly in line, and sometimes under, the cheaper retailer deals." Aside from the discounts on offer, there is an extra ten per cent discount for PlayStation Plus members on top of what is on offer.
The summer sale is exclusively available on the online Sony PlayStation Store. Owners of PS4, PS3 and PS Vita consoles are encouraged to head on down to the store where they can pick and choose from a long list of games. Surprisingly, some movie titles are available as well, although most of them are older, non-box office titles. more >>
Thanks to Qualcomm's new technology called WiPower, wireless charging may soon be available for smartphones, but only for those which have metal cases. Qualcomm has until recently been known for manufacturing processors which are used on most smartphones in the market. Now, it is venturing into wireless charging.
The report said that the company has patented the new wireless charging technology which it calls WiPower. It allows wireless charging for phones that have a metal rear cover. This has not been possible, not until now, so Qualcomm is in a good spot to pioneer this new technology.
WiPower technology is said to have been designed so that it is compatible with the global wireless standard Rezence, which was established by the Alliance for Wireless Power. more >>