The Center for Medical Progress' seventh video highlighting the aborted baby parts compensation practices of Planned Parenthood alleges that the abortion giant and its former partnering company StemExpress have harvested an intact brain from a gestated fetus whose heart was still beating.
The new video, which was released Wednesday morning, shows an interview with Holly O'Donnell, a former StemExpress fetal tissue procurement technician, who recounted the time she was asked to harvest the brain from an almost fully gestated aborted baby at a Planned Parenthood clinic in California.
O'Donnell recalled that she was in a Planned Parenthood clinic one day when a doctor had just finished with an abortion and took the aborted baby into a pathology lab. Moments later, a senior StemExpress technician named Jessica called Holly to come into the room so that she could show her how to procure an intact brain. more >>
Christine Ouzounian is reportedly planning to enter the world of reality television after being immersed in the controversy surrounding Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's divorce.
There are rumors that Christine Ouzounian, the ex-nanny of Ben Affleck's children, is planning to be part of the reality television series "The Bachelorette." Given her alleged role in the celebrity couple's separation, her entry could definitely boost the ratings of the show if the rumors prove to be true, according to the Inqusitr.
After being rumored to be the third party in Affleck and Garner's marriage, Ouzounian has been trying to stay inconspicuous in public. But she reportedly plans to use her newfound fame to shine in the next season of ABC's The Bachelorette. more >>
New surveys conducted by LifeWay Research have found that the majority of Americans do not believe that divorce is a sin, while the majority of Protestant pastors also believe that divorce is morally acceptable, under certain circumstances, except in scenarios when the couple has fallen out of love.
LifeWay recently conducted two surveys where they asked 1,000 lay Americans and 1,000 Protestant pastors whether they think divorce is a sin under certain circumstances.
Respondents were asked to clarify if they thought divorce was a sin in cases where the couple has fallen out of love, a spouse cheated on the other, physical abuse was apparent in the relationship, one spouse was addicted to pornography and when one spouse has abandoned the other. more >>
As the undercover investigation of Planned Parenthood continues to unfold, people are coming to new realizations on the humanity of the unborn. It's a significant moment for the pro-life movement.
For years, I've prayed outside abortion centers — being a public witness as we seek God's heart and strategies to end the bloodshed of innocents. I even walked 250 miles in pro-life prayer as a part of the Back to Life Movement in 2012.
I'll continue to pray. Yet I also cannot discount the value of putting action to one's prayers. In recent years, my husband and I have chosen to live out our prayers by adopting three children (some with special needs) … because we saw in God's Word a mandate that was there all along. more >>
Republican presidential candidate and Texas Senator Ted Cruz reunited for the first time in decades with the pastor who baptized him and led his father to Jesus in the 1970s, during a campaign stop in Tennessee this week.
For Cruz, he saw his stop through Murfreesboro on Monday to speak at a campaign rally as being more than just an opportunity to share his conservative views with potential voters. As Cruz took the stage to speak to the crowd, he had just one question for the audience.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson insists he's blessed after having to overcome scrutiny when he was accused of physically assaulting his child last year.
Peterson, 30, made headlines in September 2014 when news broke claiming that he abused his 4-year-old son whom the football star struck with a stripped tree branch, resulting in severe lacerations. Although his no-contest plea allowed him to continue with the 2014-2015 NFL season, the league officially decided he would remain suspended without pay until April 2015.
"I look at everything and I'm just like, 'Here I am, still standing,'" Peterson, who's back with the Vikings and gearing up for his 2015-2016 NFL season, told the Star Tribune. "I'm stronger than I was before. My son loves me. I'm still blessed at the end of the day. more >>