My first guest on the Tami Jackson Show* tonight will be Don Feder.

Don Feder was a Boston Herald editorial writer and syndicated columnist from June 1983 to June 2002. For 19 years, his column appeared in the Herald, New England’s second largest newspaper.

Feder’s column was syndicated by Creator’s Syndicate in Los Angeles, and carried by more than 40 newspapers and e-magazines nationwide.

His writings have appeared in USA TODAY, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, National Review, American Enterprise, Readers Digest, Front Page Magazine, Insight, and Human Events. The author of two books – A Jewish Conservative Looks at Pagan America (1993) and Who’s Afraid of the Religious Right? (1996), Feder has traveled extensively in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. He was in Belgrade two weeks after the bombing ended in 1999.

Feder is the 1998 recipient of the International Communications Award of the Republic of China on Taiwan and the winner of the first-place prize in the Amy Foundation Writing Awards for 1993. The Amy Foundation recognizes writers who project Biblical truths in the secular media.

Feder has addressed the annual conventions or meetings of the Rabbinical Council of America, Concerned Women for America, Toward Tradition, the Christian Coalition, Nation Right to Life Committee, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the College Republicans, the Council for National Policy, the Heritage Foundation, Family Research Council, the Interfaith Zionist Leadership Summit, the World Affairs Councils of Boston and Portland, Maine, World Congress of Families II (Geneva, 1999) III (Mexico City, 2004) and IV (Warsaw, 2007), as well as the Values Voter Summit, and recently, the 45th Assembly for Life in Massachusetts.

Feder has lectured or debated at Harvard, Dartmouth, Princeton, Hillsdale College, Bates College, Carlton College, Grove City College, NYU, Regent University, UCLA, Hampshire College, The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Boston University and Boston College.

He has appeared on network and syndicated radio and television shows, including “The O’Reilly Factor, “ “C-Span,” “Politically Incorrect,” “The 700 Club,” “Focus on the Family,” “Beverly LaHaye Live,” “Coral Ridge Ministries,” “Fox& Friends,” and Jerry Falwell’s “Listen America.” His columns have been read on the air by Rush Limbaugh, Dr. Laura and Michael Savage.

Feder is a 1969 graduate of the Boston University College of Liberal Arts and a 1972 graduate of the Boston University Law School. He is admitted to the practice of law in New York and Massachusetts.

Don Feder is also World Congress of Families Communications Director, as well as the Communications Director of the documentary: “Demographic Winter: the decline of the human family.”

Don’t miss a minute as Don and I talk about his recent address to the 45th Assembly for Life organized by Massachusetts Citizens for Life, posted in the article, “The View from Sinai – A Jewish Perspective on Abortion,” and about the mission of the World Congress of Families.


My second guest tonight will be Hannah Strege.

Hannah Strege is the world’s first Snowflake Baby!

As written at the Whittier Daily News:

In many ways, Hannah Strege is the typical teenager on the verge of adulthood.

The 19-year-old is a college freshman who likes to listen to music, go shopping with her mom and out to the movies — preferably romantic comedies — with friends at the spur of the moment.

But her entry into this world was anything but typical.

Twenty years ago, she was the first frozen embryo to be adopted.

Hannah’s parents, John and Marlene Strege, had been through a long process of trying to have a child. They discussed treatment options with their physician.

Since the advent of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) fertility clinics have been assisting patients to achieve pregnancy through a treatment known as in vitro fertilization (IVF). Often, more embryos are created for the IVF treatment than are eventually used by the patient, thus creating a surplus of cryo-preserved embryos. Marlene asked her clinic if they had available embryos in frozen storage.

Hannah with Dr. James Dobson

Marlene and John had already determined that they were not comfortable with creating more embryos through IVF, especially if it meant using donated human eggs. But this idea of using embryos that were waiting in frozen storage was intriguing. Marlene decided to seek out advice from a life-long friend and experienced adoption attorney, Ron Stoddart and from several spiritual advisors, including Dr. James Dobson, to determine if using donated human embryos should be considered at all.

Simply being assigned anonymously donated embryos from a fertility clinic was not the procedure John and Marlene wanted to follow.

They worked with Mr. Stoddart to develop the first embryo adoption program in the world, now known as the Snowflakes® Embryo Adoption Program. The Streges and Stoddart decided to name the program Snowflakes because like a delicate snowflake each embryo is frozen, unique and a gift from God. The program was officially established in 1997 as a division of Nightlight® Christian Adoptions.

Hannah was born in December 31, 1998, and this year is a freshman at BIOLA University.

Listen as Hannah and I discuss her amazing story, the current situation with stem cell research and the larger battle for a culture of life in America!

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