By Monica Migliorino Miller Ph.D.
each day, millions of children—fragile, blameless, alone—are deserted. they're brutally snuffed from the area and actually left within the trash . . . and it is all felony. deserted: The Untold tales of the Abortion Wars is the tale of these childrens deserted by means of abortion, and it's the tale in their brave defenders.
on the grounds that 1976, Monica Miller has made it her life's paintings to safeguard the unborn: she has suggested pregnant ladies open air abortion clinics and arranged pro-life teams and sit-ins at lots of those self same clinics. She has blocked abortionists automobiles, been arrested, and long past to detention center. and she or he has pulled the our bodies of millions of unborn infants out of dumpsters and given them a formal burial.
Abandoned: The Untold tales of the Abortion Wars is the profound, breathtaking, and infrequently bold trip of 1 lady, however it is far greater than that. it's a background of the Pro-Life flow given that Roe vs. Wade, a suspenseful, true-life story of existence and dying, an insightful look at the original and bad horror of abortion, and a plea for the safety of the main helpless and blameless contributors of the human family.
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Within the Trenches of the Abortion conflict on a daily basis, hundreds of thousands of children—fragile, blameless, alone—are deserted. they're brutally snuffed from the realm and actually left within the trash . . . and it is all criminal. deserted: The Untold tales of the Abortion Wars is the tale of these young children deserted by means of abortion, and it's the tale in their brave defenders.
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He said. “I used to teach journalism at Mundelein College, you know, right next to Loyola. ” Someone else came up to introduce himself to Joe. I turned and saw a young, heavyset woman who wore wide-rim glasses and whose thick black hair was pulled behind her head into a bun. She wore a flowing dress with a delicate flower print. The whole effect gave her the vague aura of a flower child left over from the sixties. Marcita noticed I was looking at the woman. “That’s Donna Rosewski,” Marcita said softly.
Some nights, sometimes twice in a week, Tim went to the alley alone and emerged with a single silver-ducted taped box. Joe Scheidler found out about the dumpster babies in a most unexpected way. Cas Bogdon, an advertising agent for the abortion clinic who designed its advertisements for the Chicago Yellow Pages, had a falling-out with the clinic management. But Cas knew a secret. He knew that the clinic disposed of the aborted babies in the dumpster behind the building. The disgruntled Cas took his news to Tom Bresler.
Nine hands went up, including mine. It seemed that blocking clinic doors was a natural response to the impending murder of human lives. I wanted to be a part of this action. Perhaps my youthful zeal and idealism drowned out my doubts, but oddly I was not particularly anxious over the possibility of arrest. After all, I was only twenty-four years old and unmarried. I had no major family responsibilities to hold me back. Little did I realize that the decision I made that day would decide the course of my pro-life journey.
Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion Wars by Monica Migliorino Miller Ph.D.