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with guest Daniel Weekley
Abortion is murder, but society wants you to believe that its all about a women's choice. What about the babies choice? Also what about abortion ministry, what is it like to be on the frontlines proclaiming the Gospel pleading with women to not kill thir babies.
Abortion has always been controversy, fueled with a lot of moral implications at the center of it. It was the historic Roe Vs Wade case, challenging Texan law that criminalized abortion, that the abortion debate came out in the open. The pro- choice movement advocates that a woman should have the right to terminate her pregnancy, considering it involves her physical, mental and financial well being. The pro-life movement, on the other hand brings the moral issues into the picture. They oppose abortion on the principal that any form of life, including the human embryo has the right to life. Look, I think it is impossible to find a middle ground in cases like these, as both sides present valid arguments, supporting their cause. Now our question to you is, are you pro-life OR pro- choice? Call into the playhouse this evening and weigh in on this controversy topic. The queens would love to hear what you have to say! First, we will have the pleasure of going into the world of Low G Muzic, as he talks about his endeavors as an musician.
Join this power packed episode where Chris and Rich pull the velvet off the hammer and discuss the recent news articles regarding abortion worker Callie Chatman, wife of an Alabama Baptist Preacher. Recently Callie Chatman made several comments defending her work at a local abortuary. One of her defense statements: "I feel that we have all sinned." Can this statement justify supporting abortion?
The question we pose and will be discussing among other things is this, "Can a Christian Support Abortion?"
A PILL FOR ABORTION LANDS WOMAN IN JAIL FOR MURDER
A Georgia woman took pills to end her pregnancy and the prosecutor charged her with murder. Huh? The 23-year old bought the pills on line that caused her to go into labor. She delivered the non-viable fetus on the way to a hospital.
So what are these pills? Can anyone get them? What is the medical abortion as opposed to a surgical one? Is it legal? Can women really be jailed for taking them? Is this common in the rest of the world?
Join us Saturday as Dr. Beverly Winikoff of Gynuity Health Projects joins us to talk about medical abortion and the status of medical abortion around the world. Beverly was Director for Reproductive Health at the Population Council for 25 years and worked on preventing STDs, improving postpartum care, and Safe Motherhood. She is a professor of Clinical Population and Family Health at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.
We’ll also have Monica Simpson, Executive Director of SisterSong, a Georgia organization that works for reproductive justice among indigenous women and women of color. She has been featured in several publications as an activist and an artist and works in philanthropy and fundraising as well.
Join us Saturday as we talk about the Georgia case, and others like it; what can happen to women who take matters into their own hands when it comes to reproduction; what is a medically induced abortion; drugs used to terminate pregnancy; and what’s going on in the world when it comes to reproduction.
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Covering current events, including those weird news items that you may not have heard or read in the mainstream media accounts.
Hr1 Top U.S. nutritional panel (advising the US Dept of Agriculture) says we should eat less meat... because of the carbon footprint. It isn't just about our health. It's also about the Earth's health.
Charles Camosy with Fordham University suggests that the abortion debate is not a Left/Right debate. It's about ethics. What do you think?
Hr2 Why doesn't the Left ever give kudos to Conservatives who've pulled themselves out of poverty and welfare? You know, like they do with Whoopi Goldberg. You never hear Starr Parker getting those kinds of nods.
Political commentator, Doug Johnson asks, why are Jews fleeing Europe? And are they safer in America or in Israel?
Atheist group threatens to sue to remove memorial honoring a beloved public school teacher because angels are included on the monument placed at the West Virginia middle school. They already removed the offending crosses that were originally on there. Do you think the angels should be removed too?
Hr3 CNN's Cuomo, says "Our rights do not come from God." Guess he hasn't read Declaration of Independence.
Stephen Fry says when he's facing God at the Pearlie Gates, he'd say "How dare you create a world where there is such misery that is not our fault!" Fry is such a self-righteous, pompous piece of work! I don't think he's thought this all the way thru...
Joe reads listener comments and emails.
Abortion is the #1 killer of black people since 1973. 13 million black children have died at the hands of abortion doctors and their mothers conscience choice to kill the baby. The sad fact that the most dangerous place for a black child is in the womb of a black woman. This is based on facts and not hate propaganda for black women. We must stop committing genocide against our own people.
Abortion has killed over 20 million African Americans since 1973, it ios the leading cause of Death of African americans in America. The rally cries continue across the nation. We cannot stand by and continue this great injustice to continue without facing terrible repercussions physically and spiritually. Can Ebola be another tool to lower population rates? Are we being told everything. We visit bith issues with host Dr. clenard H. Childress Jr and Testimony coming from Dr. Ted Broer on the epedemic of Ebola.
With abortion being as heated a topic as it is, it's always a huge issue in modern day politics. Despite the extremely sensitive nature of the topic, it's a topic that consistently needs to be reviewed and discussed because it's pivotal to the American social sphere. Therefore, the questions remain: What're America's opinions on abortion? Is abortion morally or ethically correct? Should abortion be made illegal? Today on TrueChat Radio's The Current Issues Show, we will dicuss the answers to these questions and more as we delve further into the issue.
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Abortion used to be a big issue where I was "ideologically" pro-life; but "pragmatic". But what I'm learning now is that, to say the least, many times, my "pragmatism" is gutless weakness. A perfect example has been my politics on Israel prior for months prior to the kidnapping of the Yeshiva students, which struck a raw nerve in me. But leaving that aside, abortion has been another example. I used to admire Israel's [too liberal] abortion laws, even though millions of Jewish babies get murdered while murderous Arab terrorists get free education in prisons, resulting in kidnappings of Israelis in order to demand for the "freedom" of these mass murderers. I remember years ago when I used to be against abortion even in cases of rape and incest. I was seen as reactionary and backward for it. I was ridiculed for holding that position. Basically my position was that though rape wa sa horrible crime, the baby in the womb should not be the one punished for it. Then to be more "reasonable", I started getting mixed feelings. And most recently, at most, it was mixed feelings for the first 40 days. But now I am against allowing abortion even in cases of rape and incest, thanks to the compelling arguments by Rebecca Kiessling, a pro-life activist who herself was concieved from rape. And also the fact is that there is no death penalty for the rapists themselves [though, in my view, there should be]. But put simply, abortion when it's not the only choice to save the mother's life, is murder, period. And it's also ableist genocide, as a disproportionate amount of those targetted are targetted for being disabled. I will discuss abortion on demand as a phenomenon of the anti-Torah madness, for the principle that all human life [both Jewish and non-Jewish alike] was created b'tzelem Elokim [in G-d's image] gets discarded.