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Better to be a criminal in China than a pregnant mother

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by Steven Mosher Tue Apr 15 11:57 EST Comments (2)

April 15, 2014 (Pop.org) - The Chinese Ministry of State Security must have been asleep on the job. The email that appeared in my Inbox read: “It is better to be a criminal in China than a pregnant mother.”

Now, I knew that women who get…

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Stop crying over Mozilla and start fighting back!

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by Robert Oscar Lopez Tue Apr 15 10:43 EST Comments (4)

Milan conference at which author spoke

April 15, 2014 (AmericanThinker.com) -- While the horror show involving Brendan Eich, Proposition 8, and Mozilla was reaching its ignominious crescendo, I was in Milan, Italy, speaking before an energized crowd of activists in the Lombardy…

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It’s time to protect religious liberty in the marriage debate

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by Ryan T. Anderson and Leslie Ford Tue Apr 15 10:05 EST Comments (2)

April 15, 2014 (Heritage) - For years, a central argument of those in favor of same-sex marriage has been that all Americans should be free to live and love as they choose; however, does that freedom require the government to coerce those who…

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The logic of abortion and infanticide played out in Utah

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by Luis Zaffirini Mon Apr 14 18:47 EST Comments (2)

Utah mother Megan Huntsman was charged with murdering six newborns after police found them seven bodies in her garage.

April 14, 2014 (NationalRighttoLifeNews.org) - Police in Pleasant Grove, Utah, discovered over the weekend the bodies of seven dead infants in cardboard boxes, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. All seven of these babies were allegedly killed soon…

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US will pay $5 billion in subsidies to ObamaCare exchanges that permit elective abortion coverage

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April 14, 2014 (NationalRighttoLifeNews.org) - Based on the number of persons who had enrolled in ObamaCare as of March 1, at least $5 billion in federal tax subsidies will be available to help purchase health plans that cover elective abortion,…

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Pregnant & kicked-out of pro-abortion UN event

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by Tanya Granic Allen Mon Apr 14 12:48 EST Comments (2)

IPPF-Ipas event held at the UN Commission on Population & Development

April 14, 2014 (Tanya Granic Allen) - At the UN’s 47th Commission on Population and Development, the message from some Non-Governmental Organizations with vested interests couldn’t be clearer: nothing will stop them from conducting more abortions.…

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Abortifacients, emergency contraception, and terminating pregnancy

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by Matthew Lu Mon Apr 14 12:37 EST Comments (4)

April 14, 2014 (Public Discourse) - One of the more controversial issues in the Supreme Court case concerning Hobby Lobby is the company's claim that some of the “emergency contraceptives” demanded by Obamacare and the HHS mandate are actually…

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Abortion: just another task for Swedish midwives?

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by Mariola O’Brien Mon Apr 14 12:24 EST Comments (2)

April 14, 2014 (Mariola O'Brien) - Did you ever hear of a secretary who refused to write emails, but was willing to answer the phone? A medical doctor who was a very skilled surgeon, but didn't want to close the incision? Or a teacher who loved…
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Belgian intensive care doctors back involuntary euthanasia

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by Michael Cook Mon Apr 14 11:43 EST Comments (1)

April 14, 2014 (BioEdge) - Involuntary euthanasia is acceptable medical treatment, according to a recent official statement by the Belgian Society of Intensive Care Medicine. Although voluntary euthanasia is legal in Belgium under some…

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When a doctor tells you to abort your child, he is abusing his authority

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April 11, 2014 (LifeIssues.org) - I really detest abuse of authority. And nowhere are the consequences graver than when the life of a baby is at stake. Imagine the scene. A mother and father have just received the tragic news of a grim, prenatal…

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Abortion on the horizon in the Philippines?

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by Fr. Shenan Boquet Fri Apr 11 15:50 EST Comments (4)

April 11, 2014 (HLI.org) - In 1974, Human Life International Founder Father Paul Marx visited the Philippines for the first time and encountered a wondrous culture steeped in profound love for life, family and God. During his trip he spoke to…

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The persecution of Sister Jane Dominic Laurel

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by Judie Brown Fri Apr 11 12:24 EST Comments (45)

Teaching the truths about homosexuality, chastity, adultery, and how God wants us to live our lives is not always an easy thing to do. Nor is living that life. But God asks that we do our best nevertheless, for our ultimate goal is eternity with…

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Nobody expects the rainbow inquisition

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by Eric Metaxas Fri Apr 11 12:13 EST Comments (46)

April 11, 2014 (Breakpoint.org) - Without question, Brendan Eich is one of the people who made possible the globally-connected world we take for granted. As the New York Times put it, Eich “has helped develop some of the web’s most important…

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Killing in the human family

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by Maaike Rosendal Wed Apr 09 12:57 EST Comments (0)

April 9, 2014 (Unmasking Choice) - In the past month I’ve had the privilege of presenting a case for the pro-life position in formal debates organized by campus pro-life clubs at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Ottawa. On…

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Family planning and abortion: two sides of the same coin

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by Rebecca Oas, Ph.D. Wed Apr 09 10:40 EST Comments (0)

April 9, 2014 (Turtle Bay and Beyond) - Women claiming their pregnancies are unwanted were “trying hard” to avoid becoming pregnant at the time of conception, according to new data from the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas).

Two thirds…

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