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BBC limbers up for new round of celebrity-led cheer-leading for assisted suicide

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by Peter Saunders Mon Sep 23 12:35 EST Comments (1)

September 21, 2013 (PJ Saunders) - This story is covered in the Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph

Euthanasia season has arrived and the pro-death lobby, aided by their cheerleader and press office, the BBC, are now gearing up for a campaign…

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Take the quiz: Gosnell vs. other abortionists

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by Sarah Terzo Mon Sep 23 12:26 EST Comments (3)

September 3, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - Dr. Kermit Gosnell went to jail for killing babies born alive after abortions he performed at his filthy abortion clinic in Philadelphia. The testimony given at the trial was gruesome and disturbing. But was it…

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Another tragic tale from Mississippi’s last abortion clinic

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by Kristen Hatten Mon Sep 23 12:15 EST Comments (2)

September 20, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - The Last Abortion Clinic is the official blog of the Jackson Women’s Health Organization or, as I like to call it, the Love Shack of Death.

Occasionally, the blog posts the stories of patients. I recently…

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Shock: Jezebel cheers ‘untrained illegal abortionist’

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by Fidero Mon Sep 23 12:04 EST Comments (1)

September 20, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - A recent Jezebel article titled “I Help Desperate Women and I could go to Jail for It” tells the story of an unlicensed, untrained illegal abortionist in America. The abortionist who remains anonymous is the…

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Late-term abortionist: We take photos, footprints for parents to remember ‘birth’ of aborted baby

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by Sarah Terzo Mon Sep 23 11:43 EST Comments (12)

September 22, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - A recent interview with late-term abortionist Dr. Susan Robinson in The Hairpin casts some light on the controversial practice of third-trimester abortion. Even many pro-choice people have a hard time…

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Why Peter Singer is dangerous (and it’s not what you think)

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by Stephanie Gray Mon Sep 23 11:24 EST Comments (18)

I recently watched a fascinating TED Talk.  The theme was altruism, defined by the dictionary as “the principle or practice of unselfish concern for, or devotion to, the welfare of others.”

In usual TED form, the presenter was engaging and made…

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A gay icon falls?

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by Austin Ruse Fri Sep 20 15:40 EST Comments (13)

Matthew Shepard

NEW YORK, September 20 (C-FAM) - UN and other foreign policy makers will have noticed that the parents of Matthew Shepard have become leading spokespeople for the rights of gay people around the world.

They have appeared at the UN and also…

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Tags: homosexuality, matthew shepard, united nations

Why Catholics Must Fight “Lost Causes”

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by Kenneth D. Whitehead Fri Sep 20 14:42 EST Comments (0)

September 20, 2013 (CrisisMagazine.com) – Much has been said, maybe pretty much everything that needs to be said, about former First Things editor Joseph Bottum throwing in the towel over the same-sex marriage fight. He believes that the…

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Tags: christian morality, civil unions, joseph bottum, same-sex 'marriage'

Welsh government lays claim to citizens’ bodily organs

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by Denise J. Hunnell, MD Fri Sep 20 11:00 EST Comments (6)

September 20, 2013 (HLI) - The small country of Wales found itself the center of attention this past July when it became the first country in the United Kingdom to adopt a “presumed consent” policy for organ donation. Under this new protocol,…

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So pretend you’re a photographer

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by Eric Metaxas Fri Sep 20 11:00 EST Comments (4)

September 20, 2013 (BreakPoint) - You may remember a little over a week ago on BreakPoint, John Stonestreet gave you his reaction to an outrageous ruling by the New Mexico Supreme Court; a ruling that John said, “eviscerates” religious freedom.

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The world should go on

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by Kristen Hatten Fri Sep 20 11:00 EST Comments (2)

September 19, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - I have a lot of things I want to do with my life. Maybe too many. But my number-one goal is to be a mother.

I wasn’t always this way. I used to say I didn’t care if I ever had kids, but I think deep down I…

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The message is that girls are worthless – but the silence from feminists is deafening

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by Niamh Ui Bhriain Fri Sep 20 11:00 EST Comments (19)

September 17, 2013 (Life Institute) - Last week, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in Britain said that it wouldn't prosecute doctors who were caught on tape saying they were willing to abort unborn babies – simply because they were girls.

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Worse than fiction: Euthanasia on the rise

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by John Stonestreet Thu Sep 19 11:49 EST Comments (1)

September 18, 2013 (BreakPoint) - In his novel, “Never Let Me Go,” Kazuo Ishiguro tells the story of three young people—Kathy, Ruth, and Tommy—who are repeatedly told, with their classmates at boarding school, that they’re special. But it’s not…

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Cardinal George joins pro-life mourners at gravesite of 2,000 aborted babies

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by John Jansen Thu Sep 19 11:38 EST Comments (3)

Along with offering assistance to the leaders of more than 100 memorial services held this past Saturday, September 14 to mark the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children, the Pro-Life Action League also spearheaded the planning for…

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Living together is not conducive to living happily ever after

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by Collette Caprara Thu Sep 19 11:10 EST Comments (0)

September 18, 2013 (Heritage) - Since 1960, the number of cohabiting couples in our nation has skyrocketed from 450,000 to more than 7.5 million. As a motivation to move into cohabitation, couples have cited spending more time together, the…

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