Kennedy Phillips Missouri

We Need To Be Far Last

Dear Future President, When you were little, what did you want to be when you grow up? A vet? A doctor? A scientist? A teacher? Even the next President? Now, what if you never had that choice, ever? In a span of 3 years, we lost so many children who could have had a future career in something that could have helped make this world a better place. Actually, 1.3 million abortions from 1973 to 2011. Director of the Charlotte Lozier Institute said, “The science pretty conclusively demonstrates: Young babies still in the womb at 20 weeks after conception, and probably even earlier, do indeed feel pain, and in fact, may feel more intense pain than a newborn or an adult.” How would anyone ever hear that, and next donate to Planned Parenthood? Well, even though I’m 12 years old, I’m still strongly pro-life. Anyone who says it is fine to vacuum an unborn baby out of the uterus, and rip it apart, seriously needs to reconsider what you’re saying. I don’t think America should be legalizing abortion. It’s practically embarrassing. Some planned parenthood is good though. If a woman has already had their baby, planned parenthood can help them raise him/her. Just think, ponder, about this: If a woman gets an abortion, that baby could grow up into someone so special to the world, but they never got that chance. They will never get that chance. We are close second in the world for the most abortions. Second by 2%. Well, I say no. We need to be far last. Thank you, Kennedy Phillips

Camdenton Middle School

Journalism ACI

An area of career interest class in which students research a variety of small and large scale news stories and write their own news articles. These articles are then published in the local newspaper, The Lake Sun. Students are also beginning to create news broadcasts of their stories to send to our local PBS station.

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