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LifeNews.com Pro-Life News Report Monday, August 13, 2018


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Chelsea Clinton Headlines Pro-Abortion Rally Opposing Brett Kavanaugh
World Grieved Over Orca Whale’s Dead Calf, But Doesn’t Shed a Tear for Babies Killed in Abortions
Abortionist Coaches Baseball Team Playing in Little League World Series
The Amazing Pro-Life Story Behind the Life of Apple Founder Steve Jobs

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Doctors Said He Would Only Live Minutes After Birth and Pushed Abortion, Now He’s Almost 4
Jurassic World Actor Chris Pratt Tells Teens: “I Love God, You Should Too”
Pro-Life Group Kicked of Out County Fair Because of “Inappropriate” Fetal Models Files Lawsuit
Brett Kavanaugh Can be Trusted to Protect First Amendment Rights of Pro-Life Christians
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Incredible Meeting Stops University From Experimenting With Body Parts From Aborted Babies

She Was Heading to the Abortion Clinic When She Saw Pro-Life People Praying and Changed Her Mind

 

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Pro-Life Group Tells British Politician: Stop Restricting Our Free Speech

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Boy Sits in School Hallway Crying. Officer Sits Down Beside Him & Tells Him He is ‘Loved’


Reported By Kim Davis | August 11, 2018 at 11:46am

“Those that do the most, those that go above and beyond are those that are rarely recognized.”

The heartfelt words from Phoenix resident Edna Guerrero were in response to a beautiful moment she witnessed between an emotional boy and a school resource officer.

Guerrero has long witnessed the humble actions of school resource officer Rusty Baubie.

He’s always on the lookout for the well-being of the students he’s promised to serve and protect.

Baubie tends to shrug off his daily acts of kindness, Guerrero explained, saying that he’s just doing his job.

But after Guerrero witnessed the gentle manner in which Baubie responded to an inconsolable student at school, she felt like he deserved some public recognition.

Baubie happened to be in the right place at the right time. He saw, and heard, a student screaming and crying desperately in the hallway.

The boy collapsed to the floor, sobbing with his head buried into his knees.

At that moment, the boy seemed to be overwhelmed by self-loathing, audibly vocalizing the terrible thoughts running through his mind.

“A student was having a difficult time, was screaming and inconsolably crying, saying sad and negative things about himself,” Guerrero wrote on Facebook. “This officer looked through the eyes of this student and immediately showed mercy.”

Baubie took a seat next to the crying boy and saw him for who he was: just a kid who was desperate for love, and in need of an encouraging word.

“This officer spoke softly to the student letting him know that he did matter, that he was important, that he was loved,” Guerrero said.

“This officer helped this student understand that we all make mistakes and that those mistakes do not define who we are and we just learn from them and move on.”

Sgt. Armando Carbajal, a public information officer at the Phoenix Police Department, said Baubie has been with the police force for 13 years. Baubie is a husband, father, and described as a very humble man.

“Police officers are there to provide safety and to teach,” Carbajal said. “But this was one duty that you can’t put on paper.”

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LifeNews.com Pro-Life News Report Friday, August 10, 2018


Top Stories

Chelsea Clinton Will Headline Pro-Abortion Rally Opposing Brett Kavanaugh
Pro-Abortion Congressman Caught Saying He Hopes Pro-Life Congresswoman Kills Herself
Legislators Defeat Planned Parenthood Bill to Teach 12-Year-Old Kids About Oral and Anal Sex
Belgium Euthanasia Commission Defends Euthanizing Three Children: “We Did a Good Thing”

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Denmark Bragged It Killed 98% of Babies With Down Syndrome in Abortions, But Last Year 13 Babies Survived
Liberal Media Desperate to Destroy Pro-Life Movie Telling Truth About Roe v. Wade Before Its Release
Did the FDA Just Buy Baby Parts From Babies Killed in Abortions at Planned Parenthood?
Cecile Richards: I’m Not Running for Office Because Promoting Abortion is Too Important
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When Does Human Life Begin? Here’s Why Viability is the Wrong Answer

Mother Arrives at Church for Her Dead Baby Girl’s Funeral, Discovers She’s Still Alive

 

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Ad Campaign Blasts West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin’s Support for Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz

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3 Kids School Shopping with Military Uncle After Mom Dies Blessed by Elderly Couple


Reported By Kayla Kunkel | August 7, 2018 at 4:02pm

It’s easy to get caught up in our day to day routines, forgetting that the people who surround us have their own stories and struggles.

But by doing this, we could be missing out on opportunities to lend a helping hand to someone in need. It only takes a second to be a little more observant, and the results could make a huge impact.

A story shared by an Alabama woman is the perfect example of why this is important.

Angela O’Neal Jacks was shopping at her local Dollar Tree in Gardendale, Alabama, on July 31, 2018, when she noticed a man shopping for school supplies with three children.

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A Dollar Tree store is seen on July 28, 2014 in Miami, Florida. Dollar Tree announced it will buy Family Dollar Stores for about $8.5 billion in cash and stock. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

He was checking over a school supply list with the kids and was apologizing that they had to shop at a discount store to get some of the items, but the kids continued to be “cheerful and nothing but thankful.”

Angela decided to give a little friendly advice by telling the man that he could purchase better quality pencil boxes for the same price at a different store.

The stranger was thankful for the information and shared that the children had just lost their mother three weeks prior. He was their uncle and had taken the kids in when no one else stepped up to take care of them.

The military man had no idea just how expensive back-to-school items were going to be; he just knew he needed to take care of his late sister’s kids.

“(He) said they had needed complete wardrobes, backpacks, supplies etc. He was overwhelmed and also upset about the Dollar Tree, but was doing the best he could,” she wrote.

Angela was about to take his list and give him more money-saving tips when an elderly couple approached them.

They said, “Sir, we have overheard your conversation. We were wondering if you would put all of this back and meet us at Wal-mart? We’d like to purchase all of their supplies, clothes, shoes and backpacks.”

“We’d like to thank you for your service to our country and to these kids,” they continued.

The man and three kids were extremely grateful. Angela said there were “tears everywhere.”

In the middle of thank you’s and tears, one of the children piped up and said, “Can we get an MP3 player, too?”

Angela’s heart melted and she quickly responded, “You sure can, sweetheart.”

She told Liftable (a brand of Western Journal) that as a mother of four, she knew how disheartening it can be to not own something most other kids at school do. “They had just lost their mother. I wanted to bring a little joy,” she said.

Angela also wrote a Facebook post detailing the precious interaction hoping that it inspires others to take a second to notice those around them and be ready to lend a helping hand.

Meeting this sacrificial man and learning more about his story served as a sweet reminder for her.

She told Liftable, “It reminds me that we never know what someone else is going through and that we should be ready to help those in need in whatever way we are able.”

LifeNews.com Pro-Life News Report Wednesday, August 8, 2018


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Top Stories
VICTORY! Argentina Defeats Bill to Legalize Killing Unborn Babies in Abortions
Pro-Life Groups Slam FDA for Purchasing Aborted Baby Parts for Horrific Research
Planned Parenthood Launches Six-Figure Ad Campaign Trashing Brett Kavanaugh: “Right to Abortion at Stake”
19 Attorneys General and Planned Parenthood Demand “Right” to Abortion for Illegal Immigrants
Pro-Life Groups Rally for Brett Kavanaugh, Back Senate Confirmation to Supreme Court

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Church Will Sell Its Building and Donate Proceeds to Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz
Kathleen Turner Celebrates 25 Years as Planned Parenthood Board Chair, Oversees Millions of Babies Killed
Teen Leaves Her Aborted Baby in an Airplane Bathroom
Amazing 3-D Printer Helps Blind Mother “See” Her Unborn Baby
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California Legislature Passes Bill Letting People Kill Their Family Members in Assisted Suicides

“Pro-Choice” Activists: Christian Doctors Should be Forced to Perform Abortions

 

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61% of Canadians Want Law Limiting Current Policy of Unlimited Abortions Up to Birth

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LifeNews.com Pro-Life News Report Monday, August 6, 2018


Top Stories

Planned Parenthood Prepping Massive Offensive to Defeat Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh
Hospital Offers Disabled Man Euthanasia Instead of Medical Care and Treatment
Abortionist Who Was a Convicted Sex Offender Stops Doing Abortions After Mental Competency Questioned
Planned Parenthood Calls Forcing You to Pay for Abortions “Economic Justice”

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Abortion Activists Promote At-Home Abortions, Killing Your Baby With “Compassion, Respect and Dignity”
Euthanasia Group: “Sometimes It is in Someone’s Best Interests” to Starve Them to Death
Abortion Activists: Doctors Who Don’t Do Abortions are “Denying Patients’ Right to Health Care”
Filmmakers Bringing the Story of “Serial Killer” Abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s “House of Horrors” to Big Screen
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Man Convicted of Murder for Killing Girlfriend’s 37-Week-Old Unborn Baby During Vicious Assault

Actress in New “Gosnell” Movie Almost Aborted Her baby But Something Amazing Changed Her Mind

 

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Obamacare Still Forces Americans to Pay for Abortions

New York Times Praises Catholic Church Teaching on Death Penalty, Ignores It on Abortion

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LifeNews.com Pro-Life News Report Monday, July 30, 2018


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British Supreme Court Rules Patients Can be Starved to Death Without Consent, Without a Court Hearing
Pro-Abortion Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Hopes to Stay on Supreme Court 5 More Years
Trump Admin Creates Religious Liberty Task Force to Protect Pro-Life Christians
Senator Rand Paul Will Support Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court Nomination

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Twitter Suspends Pro-Life Blogger for For Bogus ‘Hateful Conduct,” Allows Tweets Calling Her a “C—”
Abortion Activist: Do Your “Patriotic Duty” to Fight the Trump “Cult”
Couple Furious After Doctor Said Their Baby Died and Suggested Abortion, Daughter Was Born Healthy
Black Pastor Slams “Black Genocide” of Abortion: 1,800 Black Babies are Aborted Every Day
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Democrats Love Abortion: New Poll Shows 68% of Democrats Favor Abortion on Demand

Families Can Starve Their Disabled Loved Ones to Death, Court Rules

 

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In China, Population Control and Human Trafficking Go Hand in Hand

Pro-Life Group Endorses Caryn Tyson for Congress in Kansas

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