Monday, July 17, 2017

Surrogacy contract gone wrong and media corruption of our youth: Next FOT

Sometimes it seems that attacks on sensibilities never ends: Teen magazines encouraging anal sex and a surrogacy contract gone wrong.

Brian Burch, president
In California Melissa Cook, became pregnant with triplets as a result of a surrogacy contract. The “buyer” of the babies demanded that she abort one of the children and Melissa refused.

After the babies were born premature, the hospital took the babies, did not allow her to hold them, and refused to tell her how they were doing. The “buyer” appeared and ultimately the hospital send the children with him to Georgia where the hospital staff became so concerned about the “buyer” they referred the matter to the Georgia Division of Family and Children’s Services.
Melissa contacted (CV) for help and the case is on appeal to the Supreme Court in a major challenge to the surrogacy laws in the United States.
Joining us for a discussion of this case will be Brian Burch, president and co-founder of CV, a national faith-based advocacy organization headquartered in Chicago.  CV was founded to organize, inspire and mobilize the Catholic vote through education, legislative advocacy, and direct political action.  Brian is also the co-author of the American Catholic Almanac, a daily reader of notable American saints, sinners, heroes and rogues that have shaped American public life. 
On another issue, Teen Vogue, a magazine for teenage girls, recently published a new “tutorial” for its young readers on how to have anal sex. This continues a seemingly continuous effort by the mainstream media to corrupt the morals and social sensibilities of the nation.
Joining us for a discussion of this matter will be a returning guest, Dan Gainor, vice president of business and culture for the Media Research Center (MRC). He is a veteran editor with more than three decades of experience in print and online media and has appeared on Fox News, the Fox Business Network, CNN, CNN HN, CBS, NBC, CNBC, EWTN, The Blaze, Newsmax TV and has a regular spot on the One America News Network. Prior to joining the MRC, Dan served as an editor
Dan Gainor
at several newspapers including The Washington Times and The Baltimore News American. and History at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Gainor lives in Maryland and volunteers as a media and issues speaker with the Close-Up Foundation.
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