LifeSiteNews 11 August 2015Presidential candidate Ben Carson has said the argument that abortion is necessary to save the life of the mother is “spurious.”Carson was asked about a statement from Hillary Clinton, which condemned 2016 Republican presidential hopefuls for saying “outrageous” things about women’s health.CBS This Morning co-host Norah O’Donnell pressed the retired physician repeatedly on the issue.“I spent my entire career as a pediatric neurosurgeon, frequently staying up all night, fighting, struggling to save the lives of little babies, even operating on babies inside the womb. So, I don’t think it should be hard for anybody to understand that I am totally opposed to killing babies,” he said.O’Donnell followed up by asking, “I looked at your website and it wasn’t clear on your website. You are opposed to all abortions, even in the case of life of [the] mother?”“When it comes to the case of the life of the mother, you have to look at the individual situation,” Carson replied. “Recognize that that is largely a spurious argument, because we have advanced so much in medicine these days that that situation rarely occurs.”https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/ben-carson-abortion-to-save-the-mothers-life-is-spurious-video1
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Share West Florida Sweep Double Header Over Valdosta State April 28, 2007Box ScoreVALDOSTA, Ga. – West Florida (36-16, 10-7 GSC) swept the first day double header over Valdosta State (26-28, 7-10 GSC) with a 4-1 game-two victory on Saturday afternoon in Valdosta State. With the win the Argonauts secured the number three seed in the Gulf South Conference East Division guaranteeing them a spot in the GSC Tournament taking place in Millington, Tenn.In the second inning, Valdosta State took the first lead of the game with on a Chris Harris RBI single up the middle, scoring Brandon Atkins.West Florida evened the score on an RBI single by Peter Antoske (Olmsted Township, Ohio/ St. Edwards HS) in the fifth inning. Antoske’s lined shot knocked in Jacob Whisenhunt (Mobile, Ala./ LB Wallace CC) from third, who reach on a Blazer error.Valdosta State tried to retake the lead in the fifth inning when they attempted to steal home with two outs. With two outs the Blazers shortstop, Justin Huff, took off on a Jon Sintes (Fort Walton Beach, Fla. / Pensacola Junior College) pitch, but an alert Whisenhunt made the play at the plate.The Argonauts took the lead in the top half of the seventh, with three unearned runs in the final inning of the game. Whisenhunt got things going with a single to center field. A pair of walks loaded the bases for West Florida and two runners score on an error by the Blazer first baseman. The final run also crossed the plate following another Valdosta State error.Sintes (8-4) picked up the win going six innings allowing one run on three hits, while striking out seven and walking only one.The Argonauts and Blazers will conclude their three-game series with one game tomorrow afternoon beginning at 12 p.m. Follow the action with “Live Stats” or listen to the live broadcast all at goargos.comPrint Friendly Version
VANGUARD Volleyball Club rebounded from a first game loss to emerge as overall champions when the curtain came down on the National Sports Commission (NSC) Guyana Volleyball Federation (GVF) LFS Burnham Female Volleyball Festival, which was organised by Sports Officer Allister Munroe.After their opening loss to the Port Mourant Training Centre (PMTC) Volleyball Club, the Georgetown side re-grouped with the help of a few missing players and were able to stamp their authority on the competition, which was played this week at the National Gymnasium.They got past Kakuri Warriors Volleyball Club in a tough three-game battle (25-20, 25-23, 15-9).In the grand finale, a good all-round performance from MVP Cherry Ann Fraser propelled the Georgetown side a 2-0 win against the Castrol Volleyball Club. Victory was no easy feat as the games were close at 29-27 and 25-23. In the third place clash, Kakuri Warriors defeated PMTC by a 2-1 margin.All the teams received volleyballs along with their respective trophies, while the players from the top three teams received medals as well.In an invited comment, Director of Sport Christopher Jones said that NSC will continue to support federation/association in promoting their respective sports in Guyana and as the director he will continue to sponsor sports programme as a respect in remembering all of our past presidents of Guyana. Jones also applauded Munroe for a job well done.It was also confirmed that the NSC would sponsor a male volleyball competition shortly.Munroe in his comments, appealed to the volleyball sub-associations to work with their governing body (GVF) in moving the sports forward. He made this statement after the competition had been rescheduled twice before it was served off.