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  • Human Life & Bioethics (FRC - Family Research Council)

    01/31/2009 6:12:51 PM PST · by Coleus · 331+ views
    FRC ^ | October 5, 2007
    Family Research Council recognizes and respects the inherent dignity of every human life from conception (whether by natural or artificial means) until death. FRC desires to help build a culture of life, holding that all human life is a gift to be treasured. The life of every human being is an intrinsic good, not something whose value is conditional upon its usefulness to others or to the state.Threats to human life include abortion, euthanasia, and many new forms of biotechnology. However, human beings need not prove their moral worth by demonstrating sentience, or self-awareness, or a certain level of cognitive...
  • Study Shows Parental Involvement Laws Reduce Abortions From 19-31 Percent

    09/18/2008 8:56:35 AM PDT · by julieee · 3 replies · 269+ views
    LifeNews.com ^ | September 18, 2008 | Steven Ertelt
    Indeed, pro-lifers should insist that these candidates support pro-life parental-involvement laws. Such laws enjoy broad support and unlike other laws limiting abortion, they can be easily justified as a parental-rights issue. Furthermore, my recent study for the Family Research Council provides evidence that well designed parental-involvement laws have been surprisingly effective at reducing abortion rates among minors.
  • What Are Parents For?

    01/08/2005 3:59:24 PM PST · by eccentric · 43 replies · 906+ views
    Linda Martinez
    Ya gotta wonder: What are parents for? Do teenagers even need parents? According to the way the laws are following the culture, appently not. Well, except to support the child in the lifestyle he/she wants and to take the blame for every mistake he makes and every problem he has. Not only has the Supreme Court of the United States declared that young girls have the right to get an abortion, if the state has the audacity to require the parents know of what their daughter has planned, the state must also provide for a judge to declare the parents...
  • Analyzing the Effects of State Legislation on the Incidence of Abortion During the 1990s

    09/12/2004 7:12:31 PM PDT · by Coleus · 26 replies · 1,949+ views
    The Heritage Foundation ^ | January 21, 2004 | Michael J. New, Ph.D.
    Analyzing the Effects of State Legislation on the Incidence of Abortion During the 1990s by Michael J. New, Ph.D. Center for Data Analysis Report #04-01   January 21, 2004 | | The 1990s saw both the election and re-election of a "pro-choice" President.1 However, the "pro-life" movement made considerable gains at the state and local levels. Survey data indicate that by the end of the decade, more people supported restrictions on abortion and fewer supported discretionary abortion.2Meanwhile, the actual number of abortions declined during the decade. For the 46 states reporting data to the Centers for Disease Control and...
  • Girl Scouts Revamp Image

    01/23/2004 9:20:29 AM PST · by ArGee · 174 replies · 763+ views
    FoxNews.com ^ | 1/23/2004 | Fox News
    <p>There's a new Girl Scout in town and she prefers trinkets instead of badges to reflect achievement.</p> <p>The organization famous for cookies is revamping its programs in hopes of keeping "tweens" or middle-school aged girls interested in the program.</p> <p>The Girl Scouts of America  has launched a program called Studio 2B, which allows girls ages 11 to 17 help set their troop's agenda, where they earn charms instead of badges, and their mentors are college-aged women instead of moms.</p>