The Washington Times 21 May 2020Family First Comment: “The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends that all moms get an ultrasound during the first trimester of their pregnancy. This ultrasound will help determine the estimated due date, check on the placement of the baby and see if there is more than one baby. It will also confirm the heartbeat of a baby. Abortion stops a beating heart, ending the life of what science tells us is a human being… Even Mr. Biden acknowledges, as he said during the 2012 vice presidential debate, that “life begins at conception. That’s the church’s judgment. I accept it in my personal life.” So maybe he’s not a science denier. On this issue, it’s worse. Mr. Biden acknowledges the science and still supports ending the life of another human being. Which is why he must never be president.”The former vice president now embraces an extreme view of abortion on demand.Science tells us that an unborn child is a human being. That was my response to former Vice President Joe Biden’s tweet earlier this week that said, “we need a president who believes in science.” So, is Mr. Biden a denier?Like most of his political career, Joe Biden’s record on abortion is a series of flip-flops. He now embraces an extreme view of abortion on demand all the way through birth. In 1973, Joe Biden said the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision went “too far.” Today, he will appoint justices who will uphold it.During his time in the U.S. Senate, Mr. Biden voted on multiple occasions to prevent federal employees from obtaining taxpayer-funded abortion services. After being attacked during the Democratic primaries, Mr. Biden switched his position. He now supports taxpayer-funded abortion.So what does science tell us about this subject? A statement by the American College of Pediatricians states that they concur “with the body of scientific evidence that corroborates that a unique human life starts when the sperm and egg bind to each other in a process of fusion of their respective membranes and a single hybrid cell called a zygote, or one-cell embryo, is created.” In other words, science tells us that an unborn child is a human being.From the point of fertilization, a baby’s unique genetic makeup and DNA are complete, including their sex and hair color. A few weeks later, a baby’s heart begins to beat. Brain waves can be detected not long after that and eventually all of the organs are complete. The baby needs the remainder of the time in the womb to grow.READ MORE: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/may/21/why-joe-biden-must-never-be-president/Keep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.
MVC ChampionshipCedar Falls, Iowa – UNI DomeFeb. 25, 2017 Mile (Prelim)13. Chris Kaminski, 4:27.69 400 Meters (Prelims)6. Bas Van Leersum, 49.2418. Malik Metiver, 50.3620. Blair Barrow, 51.6221. Dominic Lombardi, 51.7123. Hudson Priebe, 52.55 Print Friendly Version Saturday Results (PDF) Story Links Distance Medley Relay7. Cozine, Priebe, Lechleitner, Yeager, 10:33.63 #MVCTF CHAMPION! @reedfisch wins the title in the men’s 5k pic.twitter.com/AUo3sTcCgE— Drake TF & XC (@Drake_TFXC) February 26, 2017 The 5,000 meters was one of just a handful of final events on Saturday with the bulk of the competition being preliminary heats. Five Bulldogs advanced through those preliminary rounds to Sunday’s finals. 200 Meters (Prelims)10. Rai Ahmed-Green, 25.2112. Mary Young, 25.3114. Mariah Crawford, 25.4622. Ebele Okoye, 26.07 800 Meters (Prelims)13. George Webb, 1:56.8214. Cory Erickson, 1:58.1215. Alec Bognar, 1:58.31 “Last year I had to take it out myself and paid for it and finished second. We were trying to mix that up and take it out hard and see if I could hang on,” Fischer said. “It feels good. Getting that first title in cross country was a weight off the shoulders, but at the same time puts a heavier burden on you because everyone is aiming for you.” Bas Van Leersum (Zaandam, The Netherlands) finished sixth in the qualifying heats of the 400 meters in 49.24 to move on to Sunday’s final. Saturday Results (HTML) 60-Meter Hurdles (Prelims)11. Hudson Priebe, 8.3413. Dominic Lombardi, 8.42 Distance Medley Relay4. Cole, Coombe, Giuliano, Garcia, 12:17.98 Drake Individual Men’s Results60 Meters (Prelims)5. Caulin Graves, 6.908. Demetrius Shelton, 6.94 200 Meters (Prelims)10. Caulin Graves, 22.1813. Bas Van Leersum, 22.3220. Demetrius Shelton, 22.82 5,000 Meters (Final)1. Reed Fischer, 14:21.4512. Kyle Brandt, 15:00.01 Mary Young (Urbandale, Iowa) was one of those to move through to Sunday as she posted the third-fastest 60-meter hurdle qualifying time of the day in 8.38, just one-hundreth of a second off of her personal best. However, the times ahead of her, set by Wichita State’s Nikki and Taylor Larch-Miller both bested the previous fastest times run by an MVC runner. Rai Ahmed-Green (Irvine, Calif.) also advanced for the women’s team with the seventh-fastest time in the 400 meters at 56.86. The Bulldogs return to the UNI Dome oval for the final day of the MVC Championship at 11 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 26. Fischer, who earlier this season set the school record in the event, bested the field by nearly five seconds to win in 14:21.45 without being challenged at any point during the race. The title is the first for Fischer on the track after claiming the MVC cross country title in the fall. Fischer’s teammate, Chris Kaminski (New Lenox, Ill.) set a blistering pace to open up the race for Fischer. Pole Vault13. Erik Olson, 14-8 The men’s team had two competitors advance in the 60 meters with freshman Caulin Graves (Kansas City, Mo.) dropping a huge personal best with a time of 6.90, beating his previous personal best time by more than one-tenth of a second, to finish fifth in the qualifying heats. Demetrius Shelton (Markham, Ill.) was eighth in 6.94. Drake Individual Women’s Results60 Meters (Prelims)15. Mariah Crawford, 7.7923. Ebele Okoye, 8.00 Long Jump9. Taryn Rolle, 18-4.59. Brittani Griesbaum, 18-4.5 60-Meter Hurdles (Prelims)3. Mary Young, 8.3813. Victoria Coombe, 8.84 800 Meters (Prelims)10. Meghan Kearney, 2:18.5716. Danielle Griesbaum, 2:22.37 The 5,000-meter title is the fourth for the Bulldogs in the past six seasons and Fischer will try to add to his title haul on Saturday in the 3,000 meters. Long Jump15. Johnathan Osifuye, 22-7.25 400 Meters (Prelims)7. Rai Ahmed-Green, 56.8620. Ebele Okoye, 59.81 CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – Drake University senior Reed Fischer (Minnetonka, Minn.) added another laurel to his decorated career with a Missouri Valley Conference championship in the men’s 5,000 meters during the first day of the MVC Championship Saturday, Feb. 25.