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  • India Sex-Selection Abortions Not Declining New UNICEF Report Shows

    12/12/2006 4:26:26 PM PST · by wagglebee · 23 replies · 1,083+ views
    Life News ^ | 12/11/06 | Steven Ertelt
    New Delhi, India ( -- A new report released on Tuesday by the United Nations agency UNICEF finds that India's practice of abortion on female unborn children is still alarmingly high. The report indicates 7,000 fewer female babies are born every day because parents can determine the sex of their unborn baby and kill her before birth. The study shows that, in 80 percent of India's districts, a higher percentage of boys are born now than a decade ago. The report cites the increased availability of cheap ultrasound technology as playing a role despite attempts by the India government to...
  • The hidden cost of 'choice'

    11/09/2006 10:15:03 PM PST · by Coleus · 18 replies · 655+ views
    CanWest Interactive ^ | 11.07.06 | Andrea Mrozek,
    In Canada, having an abortion is supposed to be all about "choice." A woman's health after she exercises that choice is a subject no one wants to talk about. But things are different in other countries. On Oct. 27, 15 prominent signatories wrote a letter to the editor of the Times of London. The group included a past president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Others were some of the top general practitioners, psychiatrists and obstetricians and gynecologists in the country. They asked the official bodies regulating obstetricians and psychiatrists to revise their guidance on abortion as it pertains to...
  • Bishop Fabbro on Voting: Abortion and Euthanasia are Priority over War and Death Penalty

    10/18/2006 8:12:22 PM PDT · by Coleus · 14 replies · 581+ views
    Life Site News ^ | 10.18.06 | John-Henry Westen
    CORNWALL, ON, October 18, 2006 ( - In an interview with today, Bishop Ronald Fabbro of London, spoke about the deliberations of the Canadian bishops currently meeting in Cornwall for their annual plenary session.   Bishop Fabbro, who is President of the Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF) told that the Pope had encouraged the Canadian bishops, in their recent 'ad limina' visits with him, to speak out on issues of life and family, and to refuse to be silenced.  "We as bishops have been encouraged in our ad limina visits not to be sidelined on this and...
  • Doctor: Abortion is Unnecessary, There are other life-preserving options, even in life-and-health

    10/20/2006 9:42:13 PM PDT · by Coleus · 77 replies · 1,228+ views
    Dakota Voice ^ | 10.16.06 | Dr. Don Oliver
    I have been a pediatrician in Rapid City for 26 years now. During those 26 years it has been my job and privilege to attend the births of many infants whose pregnancies were complicated in various ways: prematurety, infections, toxemia, multiple births among many others. My job is to care for the infant and give him or her the best chance at a whole and satisfying life. Sadly medical technology and my own skills have not always been up to the task, but the intent was to give the baby the best care available. I want to tell you from...
  • 4D Ultrasound

    10/08/2006 10:27:55 PM PDT · by Coleus · 26 replies · 2,013+ views
    TMJ4 ^ | 08.21.06 | Shelley Walcott
    4D Ultrasound   Baby Preview offers you a look inside the womb-- with 4-D ultrasound. The Anderson family sees its newest member for the first time. "There's his feet," his mom Lisa points out. But his big brothers can clearly see his face... The shape of his nose... Even the way he likes to chew on his feet. "Kind of interesting to see what your baby actually looks like before you have it," dad Thomas comments. "This is a nice bonding experience to actually see the baby." "There's nothing like seeing something. It makes it real," say the folks...
  • New Study Shows Pro-Choicers More Likely to Spread Violence

    09/28/2006 4:10:46 PM PDT · by Coleus · 58 replies · 1,269+ views
    Agape Press ^ | 09.28.06 | Bill Fancher
    A new research project is raising serious doubt about claims from abortion supporters who say pro-lifers are violent people. The study suggests that, despite their assertions to the contrary, pro-choicers may be the more frequent perpetrators of violence.Throughout the abortion debate in America, pro-abortion activists have accused pro-lifers of spreading violence; however, Human Life International's senior analyst, Brian Clowes, has just completed a project that suggests the complete opposite is the case. "Seven murders are carried out by so called pro-life people in the time period 1993 to 1998," he notes, "and yet we've documented over 500 murders done by...
  • National Life Chain, Sunday, October 1, 2006, Can You spare Just one hour in prayer for the Unborn?

    09/01/2006 6:32:33 PM PDT · by Coleus · 19 replies · 1,406+ views
    Oct. 1 is the day for pro-lifers across the country to gather to declare that "Abortion Kills Children."This year's National Life Chain - Life Chain Sunday is set for Oct. 1, 2006, with pro-life activists expected to gather in more than a thousand cities.   Sharron Albertson, state director for Life Chain efforts in Texas, said the purpose of the event is not picketing or protest. It's a prayer event, where people give feet to their faith. "Tens of thousands of people," she explained, "will line major streets for one hour, praying for our nation and for life to once again...
  • Abortion the Cheap and Easy Way

    09/01/2006 3:47:10 PM PDT · by Coleus · 14 replies · 783+ views
    Population Research Institute ^ | 09.01.06 | Joseph A. D'Agostino
    Dear Colleague:   There is an inexpensive, low-hassle alternative to electric machines for surgical abortion.  Unfortunately, manual vacuum aspirators (MVAs) are becoming more common but have never been examined by the FDA for safety.  Whether you are here or abroad, please e-mail with information about the safety or efficacy of MVAs.   Steven W. MosherPresident   PRI Weekly Briefing1 September 2006Vol. 8, No. 34 Abortion the Cheap and Easy WayBy Joseph A. D'Agostino When slightly knowledgeable people think of early-term abortion methods, they typically think of a vacuum cutterage machine that purees an unborn child like a strawberry fruit...
  • Abortion: An inherently dangerous business

    08/31/2006 8:14:08 PM PDT · by Coleus · 9 replies · 451+ views
    WND ^ | 08.30.06
    This natural life being ... the immediate donation of the great creator, cannot legally be disposed of or destroyed by any individual, neither by the person himself nor by any other of his fellow creatures, merely upon their own authority.– Sir William Blackstone, "Commentaries on the Laws of England," Vol. I, p. 129 (1765) Recent investigations at abortion clinics in several states have shown that such businesses are not just a danger to unborn children, but also to the immediate health and welfare of the mothers that enter their doors. In the past two months, Alabama's health department has shut...
  • Frist a Major Shareholder in Reputed For-Profit Abortion Provider

    12/19/2002 10:26:29 PM PST · by The Old Hoosier · 609 replies · 18,637+ views
    Human Events ^ | 12-20-02 | Terry Jeffrey
    Frist a Major Shareholder in Reputed For-Profit Abortion Provider By Terence P. Jeffrey Bill Frist (R.-Tenn.), reportedly the White House choice to succeed Trent Lott (R.-Miss.) as Senate majority leader, is a major shareholder in HCA, a for-profit hospital chain founded by his father and brother. HCA reportedly provides abortions to its customers.So now Republicans face this question: If it is disqualifying for their Senate leader to make offensive remarks interpreted as endorsing an immoral policy that denied African-Americans equal rights, is it also disqualifying for their Senate leader to make money from a hospital chain that denies unborn...
  • Archbishop Raymond Burke - "Voting for candidate who backs abortion a sin"

    07/01/2004 8:42:56 AM PDT · by NYer · 17 replies · 247+ views
    Catholic News Service ^ | June 29, 2004
    ST. LOUIS (CNS) -- St. Louis Archbishop Raymond L. Burke will issue a pastoral letter following his comments in a radio interview that Catholics commit a mortal sin by knowingly voting for a candidate who advocates abortion. "It is a serious sin," Archbishop Burke told The St. Louis Review, newspaper of the St. Louis Archdiocese. He added that a person who voted that way could receive Communion only after a "true repentance" and obtaining absolution by going to confession. "It's not right to support candidates who are for abortion," he added. The archbishop was in Rome to receive the pallium...
  • Boy is Aborted 3 Times and Lives

    02/14/2005 3:50:53 PM PST · by marshmallow · 58 replies · 1,743+ views
    The Times (UK) ^ | 1/14/05 | Lois Rogers and Sarah-Kate Templeton
    A BABY survived at least three attempts to abort it from the womb and was born alive at 24 weeks old. The boy was delivered in hospital after his 24- year-old mother changed her mind about wanting the child after feeling it move on the way home from an abortion clinic. Although the clinic had told her an ultrasound scan had confirmed the child was dead, she went into labour that afternoon and the boy was born alive. Now two years old and healthy, he is the first long-term abortion survivor to have been born so prematurely. His remarkable entrance...
  • Efrat Saved 1,658 Jewish Babies Last Year [from abortion]

    02/14/2005 10:36:58 AM PST · by Alouette · 44 replies · 830+ views
    The Efrat Organization, dedicated to fighting unnecessary abortions, tells the story of a soldier who was saved by his friend - who himself had been saved before birth, in "unique" circumstances. The Efrat organization, dedicated to preventing the #1 cause of death in Israel - abortion - continues to register successes. In the year 2004, Efrat saved the lives of 1,658 Jewish children in Israel, by providing social and financial support to mothers who had planned to abort for socio-economic and related reasons. The number of successes in 2003 was 1,448. Recently, a story was publicized in a work entitled...
  • Partial-birth abortion: dispelling the myths

    11/07/2003 6:25:08 AM PST · by truthandlife · 28 replies · 1,998+ views
    BP News ^ | 11/703 | Pia de Solenni
    Among the facts about partial-birth abortion: It is never necessary to save the life of the mother; rather, it exposes women to additional and substantial health risks. Former Surgeon General Koop explained that, "Partial birth abortion is never medically necessary to protect a mother's health or her future fertility." Women who undergo partial birth abortion risk uterine rupture, abruption, amniotic fluid embolus, trauma to the uterus, iatrogenic laceration, secondary hemorrhage and infertility. Warren Hern, MD, abortion practitioner and author of "Abortion Procedure," commented, "I have very serious reservations about this procedure.... You really can't defend it.... I would dispute any...
  • Harvesting Those Fetal Body Parts

    08/11/2004 7:42:37 PM PDT · by Coleus · 28 replies · 4,063+ views
    Insight Magazine ^ | 10.25.99 | Kelly Patricia O'Meara
    Harvesting Those Fetal Body Parts By Kelly Patricia O'Meara Scientists depend on human body parts for research they believe may yield breakthroughs in a number of diseases, such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, that affect millions of people. But the public largely is unaware of the way the laundry list of body parts for scientific research is filled. Those who oppose using human flesh for research wonder if knowing the gruesome details would make a difference to those who support the practice. Actual requests for body parts such as a "whole intact leg, including the entire hip joint," come with special...
  • Revealed: how an abortion puts the next baby at risk

    05/14/2005 5:25:00 PM PDT · by Asphalt · 25 replies · 963+ views
    news.telegraph ^ | 15/05/2005 | Michael Day
    Having an abortion almost doubles a woman's risk of giving birth dangerously early in a later pregnancy, according to research that will provoke fresh debate over the most controversial of all medical procedures. A French study of 2,837 births - the first to investigate the link between terminations and extremely premature births - found that mothers who had previously had an abortion were 1.7 times more likely to give birth to a baby at less than 28 weeks' gestation. Many babies born this early die soon after birth, and a large number who survive suffer serious disability. The research leader,...
  • Vatican Condemns Vaccines Made with Tissue Obtained by Abortion

    07/18/2005 10:22:11 AM PDT · by NYer · 55 replies · 3,203+ views
    LifeSite ^ | July 18, 2005
    LARGO, FL, July 18, 2005 ( - The Pontifical Academy for Life under the direction of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has issued an "approved" study regarding vaccines derived from aborted fetal cell lines. The study was undertaken in response to a US group called Children of God for Life, which has for years fought for the creation of ethical vaccines which are not 'tainted' by abortion.In the document published in Medicina e Morale by the Center for Bioethics of Catholic University in Rome and titled, Moral Reflections On Vaccines Prepared From Cells Derived From Aborted Human...
  • Aborted Baby Stem Cells in Mouse Experiments a Medical and Ethical Disaster

    09/22/2005 1:47:25 PM PDT · by NYer · 37 replies · 1,434+ views
    LifeSite ^ | September 22, 2005
    PALO ALTO, September 22, 2005 ( - The use of human foetal brain tissue in spinal cord experiments with mice has shown some success, but is likely to alarm medical ethicists as well as raise objections from pro-life advocates. Researchers at University of California at Irvine injected stem cells derived from the brains of human foetuses into mice with severe spinal cord injuries. The mice regained some mobility and the research team is cautiously hopeful that this experiment will lead to progress with spinal cord injuries in humans. The stem cells were derived from babies aborted at about 16 to...
  • 91,700 abortions in (NYC)city [40 out of 100 pregnancies ended in a planned abortion]

    01/15/2006 5:01:56 AM PST · by johnny7 · 238 replies · 2,906+ views
    NY DAILY NEWS ^ | January 15, 2006 | BY PAUL H.B. SHIN
    For every 100 babies born in New York City, women had 74 abortions in 2004, according to newly released figures that reaffirm the city as the abortion capital of the country. And abortions for out-of-town women performed in the city increased from 57 to 70 out of every 1,000 between 1996 and 2004, a subtle yet noticeable trend that experts say may reflect growing hurdles against the procedure in more conservative parts of the country.The new Vital Statistics report released by the city Department of Health this month shows there were 124,100 live births, 11,700 spontaneous abortions and 91,700 induced...
  • Conservative Heavyweight: The Remarkable Mind of Robert P. George

    09/03/2003 12:55:14 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 42 replies · 1,206+ views
    Crisis ^ | September 1, 2003 | Anne Morse
    Professor Robert P. George is pacing around a Princeton auditorium before 200-plus undergraduates, preparing to wage an intellectual shock-and-awe campaign against illogical thinking. “Some politicians say that they’re ‘personally opposed’ to abortion, yet ‘pro-choice,’” says the 48-year-old professor of constitutional law and moral philosophy. “But we must ask: Is this a position that can survive the test of logical coherence? After all, if abortion is wrong, surely it is wrong because it is the unjust taking of the life of a developing human being.” He pauses to let that sink in and then launches another question: “And if one believes...

    03/06/2006 7:58:27 PM PST · by Coleus · 36 replies · 900+ views
    Common Voice ^ | 03.06.06 | Jim Kouri
    While Americans continue to struggle with the moral and legal issues surrounding partial-birth abortion, the Europeans have moved on to legalizing euthanasia for fully born children. Call it retroactive-abortion. Child euthanasia is still illegal in Holland and doctors are terrified of being prosecuted, but there is a growing number of physicians and poltician who are advocating legalizing doctor-assisted euthanasia for babies and very young children. Each year in Holland at least 15 seriously ill babies, most of them with chromosomal abnormalities, are helped to die by doctors acting with the parents’ consent. But only a fraction of those cases are...
  • Oregon Health & Science University first to try stem-cell shots for child disease

    03/10/2006 10:18:42 PM PST · by Coleus · 12 replies · 653+ views ^ | 03.10.06 | ANDY DWORKIN
    Oregon Health & Science University will be the first, and maybe only, hospital to give a risky experimental stem-cell transplant to children dying of a rare nerve-destroying disease. In the coming months, as many as six children with Batten disease will travel to OHSU for injections of neural stem cells, primitive cells that can form new brain and nerve cells. The stem cells are taken from human fetuses, with their mothers' agreement, and processed and purified by a California company, StemCells Inc. At OHSU, a surgeon will inject the stem cells into eight areas of each child's brain. The theory...
  • Stem Cell Innovations Produces Human Stem Cells; for Use in Government Funded Laboratories

    04/22/2006 9:17:46 PM PDT · by Coleus · 13 replies · 430+ views
    Press Wire ^ | 03.29.06 | Varsha Gupta
    SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J.-- Dr. James H. Kelly, Chief Executive Officer of Stem Cell Innovations, Inc. (OTCBB: SCLL), will present data today at the Keystone Symposium on Stem Cells in Vancouver demonstrating that the Company has produced multiple lines of human pluripotent stem cells. Because these cells are derived from fetal tissue, not early embryos, they are eligible for use in laboratories funded by the National Institutes of Health.  Stem cells are cells that can produce additional stem cells as well as one or more other types of cells. Pluripotent stem cells can develop into most, if not all, of the...
  • Bush Admin Asks China to Release Forced Abortion Activist Chen Guangcheng

    08/11/2006 9:32:36 PM PDT · by Coleus · 9 replies · 415+ views
    Life News ^ | 08.11.06 | Steven Ertelt
    Bush Admin Asks China to Release Forced Abortion Activist Chen Guangcheng Washington, DC ( -- The Bush administration has asked China to release an activist who is being held by local officials in the eastern city of Linyi after exposing a brutal campaign of forced abortions and sterilizations there. This is the second time Bush representatives have pressed for his release, this time more formally.  Assistant Secretary of State Ellen Sauerbrey said she made the request during a meeting of the China-U.S. Global Issues Forum, going on in Beijing.  "We believe that there has been a certain violation of normal...
  • ALL's Judie Brown: 'Most Important' Pro-Life Bill Could End Abortion If Passed

    08/02/2006 4:38:23 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 21 replies · 2,872+ views
    Agape Press ^ | 8/2/06 | Jody Brown and Bill Fancher
    (AgapePress) - One of the nation's premiere pro-life leaders says a bill currently before a House committee could bring an end to abortion in America. Ironically it originated with strong sponsorship from the Republican Party -- a group she contends is not as "pro-life" as some people think.The Right to Life Act, sponsored by California Congressman Duncan Hunter, contains no exceptions for an abortion or compromises any pro-life principles, says Judie Brown of American Life League (ALL) -- and that's why she calls it "the most important piece of pro-life legislation under consideration today."H.R. 552, which now has 100...
  • Abortion war snares police chief

    07/25/2006 9:19:35 PM PDT · by Coleus · 24 replies · 946+ views
    Star ^ | 07.25.06 | BUD KENNEDY
    Police in a small Texas town say a 13-year-old girl was raped. But the ensuing pregnancy has turned into a small-town morality play, with anti-abortion Catholics complaining because Dublin police drove the girl from a belated rape examination to a Fort Worth Planned Parenthood abortion clinic. Dublin Police Chief Lannie Lee says his officer drove the girl and her family to a Fort Worth hospital on June 23 for an examination in connection with the May incident. When the family decided to consider an abortion, the officer had to go along to collect any remains as evidence, Lee said. A...
  • Marxism and Abortion

    07/09/2006 7:55:13 AM PDT · by paltz · 25 replies · 946+ views
    forerunner ^ | 11/88 | forerunner
    Marxism and Abortion 11/88 A recent article in The Tribune, the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Australia, expounded upon the Marxist view of abortion, adding new understanding to the international debate over the rights of the unborn. "Human Life and Fetal Images," an essay by Rebecca Albury, appeared in the Australian publication on August 10 of this year. Albury made the following statements about the teachings of Karl Marx and their relationship to the unborn: * A Marxist believes that personality and human value are imparted by the external and economic environment, not by any inherent spiritual value,...
  • Poo-Poo on Paulson, A Manchurian Candidate for Treasury Secretary?

    06/04/2006 10:15:23 PM PDT · by Coleus · 10 replies · 825+ views
    Town Hall ^ | 06.03.06 | Jonathon Burns
    For anyone who has seen The Manchurian Candidate, the recent nomination of Hank Paulson for Treasury Secretary should be a big scare. In the film, private interests brainwash a candidate for the presidency. By using psychological triggers, the private (or I suppose we could call them “special”) interest manipulates the unknowing candidate as a puppet to do their bidding.  On Tuesday President Bush announced his nomination of Henry “Hank” Paulson for Treasury Secretary. Paulson, currently the CEO of financial giant Goldman Sachs, is generally well-regarded by his peers on Wall Street. During his tenure, Goldman has seen some of the...
  • NJ Right to Life Annual Banquet Dinner featuring Ann Coulter Wednesday, April 26, 2006

    02/05/2006 6:44:57 PM PST · by Coleus · 21 replies · 1,229+ views
    NJ RTL ^ | 02.05.06 | Marie Tasy
      February 5, 2006Dear Pro-Life Friends:Please mark the date and make reservations now!  NJRTL will hold our Annual Banquet Dinner on Wednesday, April 26, 2006 from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the East Brunswick Hilton, located right off Exit 9 of the NJ Turnpike.We are very pleased to announce that our featured speakers for this year's Banquet are Ann Coulter and Msgr. James Lisante.  Please call our office to reserve tickets now.  Please consider hosting a table for family and friends. Student rates available. VIP Packages are also available which will include a photo and private reception with speakers.  Seating for the banquet is limited.   Reservations...
  • For Republicans, abortion issue is radioactive

    04/05/2006 9:33:51 PM PDT · by Coleus · 99 replies · 1,206+ views ^ | 03.27.06 | DICK POLMAN
    PHILADELPHIA -- Republicans in Washington are always willing to weigh in on the issues that are important to their conservative base -- Iraq, immigration, taxes, federal spending, the Medicare drug plan, the Dubai ports deal, you name it. But, lately, hardly anybody in the GOP camp seems eager to address the historic event that transpired this month out on the high plains and now threatens to roll eastward, to the U.S. Supreme Court. It is, of course, abortion. For the party of the elephant, the new South Dakota law -- which prohibits the procedure for every woman in the state,...
  • Abortion lessons from Latin America

    03/21/2006 11:50:24 AM PST · by Crackingham · 26 replies · 1,055+ views
    LA Times ^ | 3/21/6 | Marianne Mollmann
    Abortion is illegal in most countries in Central and South America, though the law waives criminal penalties for women who have abortions in certain circumstances: after rape or incest or if their life or health is endangered by the pregnancy. Over the last five years, I have interviewed dozens of women and girls who faced unwanted pregnancies and had abortions in Argentina, Mexico and Peru, all countries that limit access to contraceptives, sex education and abortion. The most common tale I heard was one of desperation. My experience in Latin America carrie with it three clear lessons for South Dakota....
  • Rape and Incest....Is Abortion Ever Okay?(Important legal perspective midway)

    03/09/2006 11:44:59 AM PST · by · 179 replies · 8,610+ views
    Rape and Incest… Is Abortion Ever Okay? Many advocates for life are challenged with myths and tough questions. Is abortion the answer in some cases? No! All life has value and therefore should be respected and protected. Much of the truth about abortion receives little attention in public discourse, for it exposes what we, as a nation would rather not see. Following are myths and questions frequently raised by abortion proponents, and facts about the "hard cases" in the abortion debate. ACCEPTING ABORTION FOR HARD CASES SUCH AS RAPE AND INCEST IS ONLY SENSIBLE. DOESN'T ABORTION NEED TO BE AVAILABLE...
  • Against Abortion, But Pro-Choice?

    03/10/2006 9:57:55 PM PST · by Coleus · 19 replies · 539+ views
    Sometimes I have met Catholics — especially where I work — who say, "I am personally against abortion, but I am pro-choice." To me, that makes no sense, but how can I argue with them? The pro-abortion movement has made great gains using the "pro-choice" label. First, the "pro-choice" label numbs our moral sensitivity because its masks that anyone really is for abortion, ignores scientific and medical evidence and diverts attention from the act itself. Secondly, the idea of being "pro-choice" seems to appeal to Americans who cherish freedom and the idea of being free to choose rather than being...
  • When there's no such thing as consent (statutory rape)

    03/08/2006 10:31:49 PM PST · by Coleus · 31 replies · 4,927+ views ^ | 03.05.06 | KIBRET MARKOS
    Jennifer Santangelo of Lyndhurst was walking home from school one day, wearing her blue and white uniform, when a 31-year-old man said hello and began chatting with her.  He was nice, she said. He gave her a box of pens and offered to let her into his nightclub for free, she said, if she handed out fliers for him.  Santangelo, then an eighth-grader at Sacred Heart School, had never been in a nightclub before. So she gave out some fliers in the coming days, threw out the rest and showed up at the club. The man let her in, she...
  • Abortion Ban Supporters Hit by Vandalism

    03/03/2006 5:29:31 PM PST · by Coleus · 22 replies · 886+ views ^ | 03.03.06 | Wendy Cloyd
    Abortion Ban Supporters Hit by Vandalism by Wendy Cloyd, assistant editor South Dakota pro-lifers are targets of eggs and threatening calls.Pro-abortion activists in South Dakota have apparently begun punishing supporters of an abortion ban.  The bill to ban abortion sailed through both houses of the state Legislature last month and is now at the governor's desk awaiting his signature.  Leslee Unruh, founder of the Alpha Center, a pregnancy-resource agency, fought hard to get the message to lawmakers that abortion kills innocent babies and hurts women.She said she and her family have now become targets.Her house has been splattered with eggs....
  • A 'Culture' of Inverted Sexuality

    05/20/2002 5:43:35 PM PDT · by JMJ333 · 108 replies · 1,287+ views
    CERC ^ | Patrick Fagan
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ABSTRACT: The massive social and psychological disorder we see all around us is not the making of the "gay community." Our current problems — including even the gay-rights" movement itself — arose as a result of disorders that first became prevalent among heterosexuals. If we want to take the mote out of our "gay" brothers' eyes maybe we should first remove the beam from our own. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It is impossible to look at the changes in our culture over the last few decades without realizing the extent of the changes wrought by the new sexual mores. The thesis of...
  • EU Uneasy with Poland's Move to Right

    02/22/2006 4:34:30 PM PST · by Coleus · 17 replies · 832+ views
    NPR ^ | 02.19.06 | Rachel Martin
    EU Uneasy with Poland's Move to Right by Rachel Martin Weekend Edition Sunday, February 19, 2006 · Poland's new conservative government intends to clean up corruption and re-instill moral values in Polish society. The cultural shift is already causing waves in the European Union.Warsaw. Ruling Conservatives in Poland reached an agreement to form a coalition with Populist formation Samoobrona and ultra catholic extreme-rightist party League of Polish Families (LPF), French newspaper Le Figaro reads today. The agreement eliminates the risk of new parliamentary elections only four months after the last vote. Government of Conservative Prime Minister Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz was in...
  • The third way in abortion debate (SF Chronicle trots out "Safe legal & rare" = pro-life)

    02/14/2006 9:48:17 AM PST · by presidio9 · 52 replies · 811+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | Tuesday, February 14, 2006
    FOR MANY staunch supporters and opponents of abortion rights, the search for a third way on the issue seems like so much phony political positioning. -snip- But there is a new argument on abortion that may establish a more authentic middle ground. It would use government not to outlaw abortion altogether, but to reduce its likelihood. And at least one politician, Thomas R. Suozzi, the county executive of New York's Nassau County, has shown that the position involves more than soothing rhetoric. -snip- This is a matter on which no good deed goes unpunished, and Suozzi was immediately denounced by...
  • Study finds home abortion 'safe'

    02/15/2006 4:33:20 PM PST · by presidio9 · 40 replies · 1,122+ views
    BBC News ^ | Wednesday, 15 February 2006
    A pilot study into whether women could have abortions at home has shown early signs of success, it has been reported. Women less than nine weeks pregnant can safely have the medical abortion outside hospital, the Department of Health backed project found. None of the 172 women, who took tablets supervised by a nurse in a health centre, suffered serious complications, Nursing Standard reported. But anti-abortionists say the process is too traumatic for women. The pilot could pave the way for women to have abortions at home, in GP surgeries and in family planning clinics. In a medical abortion, a...
  • UN Data Show Banning Abortion Doesn't Increase Maternal Mortality

    02/19/2006 7:43:35 PM PST · by Coleus · 12 replies · 876+ views
    Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute ^ | 02.17.06 | Bradford Short
    Dear Colleague, One of the old chestnuts of the pro-abortion movement has turned rotten. They say laws against abortion result in higher maternal mortality. New statistics direct from the UN indicate they couldn't be more wrong. In fact, it seems pro-life nations actually have lower maternal mortality rates. This information must be used immediately by everyone concerned about this issue but particularly by those in countries where abortion is against the law: Ireland and Poland especially. Spread the word far and wide. Yours sincerely, Austin Ruse President Action Item: Read the report here.UN Data Show Banning Abortion Doesn't Increase...
  • Privacy argument isn't relevant in abortion debate

    02/13/2006 1:53:48 PM PST · by Coleus · 20 replies · 729+ views
    Yuma Sun ^ | 02.11.06 | TIBOR R. MACHAN
    One reason that Roe v. Wade is still with us is that legal scholars and jurists argue about the wrong issue. The question isn’t whether the Constitution contains any reference to a right to privacy. Let’s assume it does. Let’s assume that the Ninth Amendment, as argued in Griswold v. Connecticut and some other cases, implicitly refers to the right to privacy every human being has. Why would this be relevant? Some might argue that if one has the right to privacy, a woman who has an abortion is doing something private, something no one else has the authority to...
  • Black History Month Becoming Obsolete?

    02/04/2006 7:54:09 PM PST · by Coleus · 12 replies · 652+ views
    Life Site ^ | 02.03.06 | Terry Vanderheyden
    Black History Month Becoming Obsolete? Racism Results in High Rate of Abortion among African-Americans By Terry VanderheydenWASHINGTON, February 3, 2006 ( – February is Black History Month in the US, but at least one organization is questioning whether there will be any African-Americans to commemorate the event, as abortion is preferentially committed against the group.One analyst argues that the discrepancy can be traced back to the racist foundation of America’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood. Author Juluette Bartlett Pack, in her essay, A Historical View of Eugenics and Its Role in Abortion in Black America, states, “I argue that there...
  • <i>San Antonio Current</I> Reports Assistants Needed for Child Sacrifices and Abortions?

    08/26/2003 11:08:24 AM PDT · by boromeo · 16 replies · 383+ views
    The San Antonio Current for August 21-27, 2003 has an unsettling article describing the Lilith Fund, a 501c3 and so-called 'reproductive equity' group, and their efforts to train abortion assistants. Lilith is a prominent figure in demonology and Jewish folklore. Is it demons and witches presiding over child sacrifices, or the 'right to choose', or both? The San Antonio Current for August 21-27, 2003 article stated, "The Lilith Fund, a non-profit, abortion assistance organization is holding volunteer training for its hotline today from 1-3pm and August 26 from 6:30-8:30pm at San Antonio Reproductive Services, 5838 Joiner Ave. Prospective volunteers need...
  • Compulsory Vaccinations Threaten Religious Freedom

    01/23/2006 9:31:49 PM PST · by Coleus · 35 replies · 1,036+ views
    Liberty Counsel ^ | September 2001 | Mathew D. Staver
      September 2001 COMPULSORY VACCINATIONS THREATEN RELIGIOUS FREEDOMby Mathew D. Staver Most people associate vaccinations with the eradication of disease. Vaccinations have been a part of American life for decades. However, many people object to mandatory vaccinations for religious reasons. Oftentimes, these individuals are told that they have no choice and must receive the vaccinations. You may be surprised to learn that some vaccinations are derived from aborted fetal tissue. Vaccines for chicken pox, Hepatitis-A and Rubella were produced solely from aborted fetal tissue. Even most physicians who oppose abortion do not realize that these three vaccines are made...
  • Benedict Xvi Defends The Unborn

    01/22/2006 4:21:32 PM PST · by Coleus · 9 replies · 542+ views
    EWTN ^ | 01.16.06
    ROME, JAN. 16, 2006 ( Over Christmastime the Pope repeatedly focused on the value of human life in its initial stages. The backdrop of celebrating Christ's birth gave Benedict XVI the opportunity to touch on the gift of new life.  In his homily at Christmas Eve Midnight Mass the Pontiff drew attention to how God came down to us as a defenseless child. The Almighty has become one of us, noted the Pope, and we first come to know him as a child.   On every child shines something of the splendor of that first Christmas night, the Holy Father commented....
  • As Americans Honor Martin Luther King, Abortion Destroys Black Community

    01/19/2006 5:39:07 PM PST · by Coleus · 50 replies · 1,375+ views
    Life News ^ | 01.19.06 | Steven Ertelt
    As Americans Honor Martin Luther King, Abortion Destroys Black CommunityWashington, DC ( -- Millions of Americans today will honor the memory of assassinated civil rights leader Martin Luther King, but, as they do, pro-life leaders within the African American community are concerned about the toll abortion is taking. "Far and away the worse toll is taken in the most vulnerable community, the African American community, where black women are three times more likely to have an abortion than their white counterparts," explains Starr Parker, president of the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education.African American women make up 13.7 percent of...
  • US Largest Poinsettia Farmers among Planned Parenthood's Biggest Donors

    01/16/2006 1:17:21 PM PST · by wagglebee · 142 replies · 5,953+ views
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 1/16/06 | Hilary White
    ENCINITAS, January 16, 2005 ( – Many pro-life organizations use Christmas season sales of poinsettias to raise funds, but according to a US-based researcher, so do Planned Parenthood and other abortionists in the US. James Hartline, a Christian activist in California wrote to warning that the poinsettias decorating the churches and homes of Christians in the US could easily originate from a family-owned business that has been supporting abortion for decades. The Ecke Ranch in Encinitas, California, supplies 70% of all of the poinsettias sold in the United States and the Ecke family is among the most generous supporters...
  • The New Underground Railroad,Thousands of women come to New York each year for late-term abortions.

    12/09/2005 11:30:52 AM PST · by Coleus · 59 replies · 2,707+ views
    New York Magazine ^ | 12.12.05 | Debbie Nathan
    The New Underground Railroad Thousands of women come to New York each year for late-term abortions. A hundred New Yorkers take them in. Haven Coalition volunteer Suzanne in the space where she hosts women who travel to New York for abortions. (Photo credit: Donna Ferrato) It’s 8 p.m. on a Friday, and Adeena is lying on a bed in my apartment, squirming in pain, her pants unzipped to reveal a disturbingly large belly. We’re watching a DVD she chose from the corner Blockbuster: Coach Carter, starring Samuel Jackson and Ashanti. Jackson has just taken a job at a ghetto...
  • After Abortion Women's Suicide Rates Are Highest Says New Study

    12/01/2005 4:19:46 PM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 30 replies · 1,203+ views
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 2 December 2005
    SPRINGFIELD, IL, December 1, 2005 ( - Compared to women who have not been pregnant in the prior year, deaths from suicide, accidents and homicide are 248% higher in the year following an abortion, according to a new 13-year study of the entire population of women in Finland. The study also found that majority of the extra deaths among women who had abortions were due to suicide. The suicide rate among women who had abortions was six times higher than that of women who had given birth in the prior year and double that of women who had miscarriages. The...
  • Hillary's Doctor Offers 'Born Again' Abortions

    12/01/2005 3:16:07 PM PST · by Coleus · 41 replies · 1,407+ views
    Covenant News ^ | 11.30.05
    November 30, 2005Hillary's Doctor Offers 'Born Again' Abortions Editor's note: According to William F Harrison's book review of My Life by Bill Clinton at Amazon -- This guy was Hillary's doctor and a friend of Bill and Hillary since the 70's. "I am almost 69 years old, and have been a student of all of the presidents of my lifetime, starting with FDR and going to GWB. I have known Bill and Hillary Clinton personally since they both moved to Fayetteville to teach at the University of Arkansas Law School in the early 70s. I met Hillary first as her...