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Media celebrate ‘Shout Out For Birth Control Day’

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by Kathryn Yoder Tue Nov 12 13:36 EST Comments (6)

If you receive a tasteless e-postcard celebrating sex without consequences today, someone in your life really needs a new hobby.

Bedsider, an organization connected with Planned Parenthood, is sponsoring a media-backed “Shout Out for Birth…

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Boston Globe nails the trouble with abortion bubble zones

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by Matt Yonke Tue Nov 12 13:07 EST Comments (1)

Over at the Boston Globe, columnist Jeff Jacoby has written an excellent piece on why abortion bubble zones are a gross violation of our 1st Amendment rights.

With the Supreme Court about to hear McCullen v. Coakley, a case dealing with…

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Euthanasia - what does the Bible say?

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by Peter Saunders Tue Nov 12 12:41 EST Comments (2)

There are two instances of euthanasia in the Bible. In the first, Abimelech, believing himself to be fatally wounded (with a fractured skull after being hit on the head by a millstone), asks his armour-bearer to kill him to spare him the…
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Employees reveal Planned Parenthood’s slave wages and astronomical insurance premiums

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by Jill Stanek Tue Nov 12 10:53 EST Comments (3)

Last week I wrote about unsanitary conditions at a Pennsylvania Planned Parenthood clinic that is part of the Planned Parenthood Keystone affiliate.

Other PP Keystone employees have started adding their comments to that post, and they jibe…

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Atheists, secularists interrupt Christian prayer at Supreme Court

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by Kathryn Yoder Tue Nov 12 09:00 EST Comments (38)

Atheists not only want to ban prayer inside government, but also block prayer outside the government - or so they expressed via their actions on the steps the Supreme Court during the Town of Greece v. Galloway case.

The Christian Defense…

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Video: Football team inspires nation with secret play for special needs teammate

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by Peter Baklinski Mon Nov 11 16:27 EST Comments (1)

I bet nobody would’ve ever thought that a middle school football game would be able to bring a good ol’ fashion smile to your face, warm your heart, and give you a reason to believe in the youth of today.

But the Olivet Eagles middle school…

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Pro-suicide tribunals proposed for UK

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by Wesley J. Smith Mon Nov 11 13:01 EST Comments (0)

Can you believe that? A conference on self-harm with proposals to facilitate self harm?

Whatever it takes! That’s the motto of the assisted suicide movement to get that first foot in the door of legalization. Do that, and over time, the death agenda will spread like a stain.

In the UK–which has seen several…

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Eyes on Malawi

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by Obianuju Ekeocha Mon Nov 11 12:17 EST Comments (1)

About 2 weeks ago I came across this disturbing headline from Malawi: "COPUA Calls for Review of Abortion Law, Women Continue Dying From Unsafe Abortion"

It is very disturbing to see how, in more recent years , there has been a bolder and…

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Fetal pain matters a great deal - and not at all

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by Matt Yonke Mon Nov 11 11:00 EST Comments (3)

Twenty week fetus in the womb [Photo courtesy of Life Issues Institute]

Last week, Senator Lindsey Graham introduced the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which would ban abortion after 20 weeks gestation nationwide.

Sen. Graham acknowledges from the outset that the bill stands little chance of passing in…

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‘Emergency Contraception’ has NO effect on abortion rate, may decrease reports of rape: study

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by John Jansen Mon Nov 11 11:00 EST Comments (1)

A new article on so-called “emergency contraception” (hereafter: EC) was published last week in the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.

Its central finding:

We find that expanded access to EC has had no statistically significant…

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Tags: emergency contraception

Jesus Christ was unashamedly speciesist

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by Peter Saunders Mon Nov 11 11:00 EST Comments (10)

To Singer and many influential thinkers like him, man is nothing but the product of matter, chance and time in a godless universe; merely a highly specialised animal.

In 2011 British farmers slaughtered 26,000 cattle and introduced emergency measures to curb the spread of bovine tuberculosis, costing the taxpayer £90 million.

In response, government ministers approved the cull of up to 100,000 badgers…

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My strong hunch is that Ken Cuccinelli actually won Virginia

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by Steve Jalsevac Fri Nov 08 22:46 EST Comments (104)

Take a look at this map. 

It's a map showing the results of the voting in Tuesday's Virginia election for governor. All the solid red areas voted a majority for Cuccinelli. The small Dark blue ares went Terry McAuliffe (Yes, I know those are the…

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Tags: ken cuccinelli, voter fraud

New campaign warns abortion clinic workers: ‘Don’t let your job put you in prison’

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by Jill Stanek Fri Nov 08 15:43 EST Comments (1)

 

DERTL PP Billboard Wilmington 2

Delaware Right to Life has erected six billboards this autumn, one directly across the street from the Wilmington Planned Parenthood (in photo above).

The billboards give a simple but sobering message to abortion clinic…

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Notorious abortionist may have opened illegal clinic in Pennsylvania

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by Dave Andrusko Fri Nov 08 10:41 EST Comments (1)

Abortionist Steven Brigham

The headline was, to put it mildly, understated: “Pa. probing controversial abortion clinic in Phila.”

What may be going on in Pennsylvania, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Marie McCullough, is that one of the most notorious…

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Ontario cuts funding for cataract surgery, but pays $51 million a year for abortion

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by Alissa Golob Thu Nov 07 11:02 EST Comments (0)

New Democrat leader Tom Mulcair

Sorry to say, I’m no friend of the NDP. Despite a furtive fascination with Tom Mulcair’s beard, his party’s no choice requirement that all members must be pro-“choice” sets us at irreconcilable odds.  And yet, I have to admit to a near orange…

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