VOTE AGAINST HOMOSEXUALS PROMOTING THEIR AGENDA ON PRIME TIME

Canada Family Action Coalition Alert According to the American Family Association (AFA), pro-homosexual email lists are asking people to vote in favour of lesbian kissing. So far (as of midnight MST), they have been able generate a vote 66.5% in favour.  This may possibly be due to the lack of restrictions on multiple votes if browser MagicCookies are set aside after each vote. Well now it is our turn to show what the majority of us think! Protect our children! Send a signal straight to the ABC executive offices. Go to (link now delete) and cast your vote! The poll […]
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UN ATTEMPTS TO OUTLAW SPANKING WORLDWIDE

GENEVA, Oct 15 (LSN) – The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child concluded its sixteenth session on October 10. The Committee issued recommendations to six countries: The Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Australia, Uganda, Czech Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, and Togo. Recommendations included making spanking illegal even in the home. Reminding the countries of their obligations to follow the Convention the Committee requested that… “the Government initiate a comprehensive review of existing legislation with a view to undertaking adequate legislative reform to ensure full conformity of its legislation to the Convention.”“plans be envisaged on reproductive health measures designed to […]
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US TO PAY FOR ABORTIONS IN BRAZIL

BRASILIA, Oct 15 (LSN) – Outspoken abortion advocate Hillary Rodham Clinton, presided over a signing ceremony in the US embassy in Brazil at which the US agreed to fund abortions and other so-called family planning initiatives in the northeastern states of Bahia and Ceara. “Brazil is at the cutting edge of efforts to see that all women and men have access to the whole range of quality reproductive health services,” she told a small gathering of dignitaries and reporters. One does well to recall that Brazil is one of the countries targeted in the US population control agenda, outlined in […]
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SUPREME COURT REJECTS EUTHANASIA LAW CHALLENGE

Catholic World News Oct 14, 1997 WASHINGTON, DC (CWN) The US Supreme Court on Tuesday, without comment, rejected a lawsuit that challenges Oregon’s law permitting euthanasia, just months after the court upheld state laws banning the practice. The ruling upholds a lower court ruling that threw out a lawsuit filed by a terminally-ill woman and two doctors, saying that the plaintiffs lacked the proper legal standing to sue. The doctors had contended that the woman, Janice Elsner, suffers from clinical depression which often makes her want to end her life and the Oregon law violates equal-protection rights by treating terminally […]
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CHINESE AUTHORITIES ARREST CATHOLIC BISHOP

VATICAN (LSN) – In what the Vatican called a ‘grave episode’, Catholic Bishop Su Zhimin of Boading, a city south of Beijing, has been arrested by Chinese authorities. Bishop Zhimin, is known for his fidelity to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church and his refusal to enter the government-sponsored `Patriotic Church’ has led to his many arrests. In total he has spent 20 years in prison.
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NEW ARCHBISHOP OF CHICAGO SPEAKS ON ABORTION

CHICAGO, Oct 15 (LSN) – Cincinatti Right to Life reported in their October News that Chicago Archbishop, Francis George, has redefined the approach to dealing with abortion. Rather than equating the importance of abortion with as many as 12-16 social issues, the Archbishop gave the abortion holocaust priority over all other social issues. He stated: “Abortion is no more a single issue than was slavery. It is instead a defining issue—one which shapes the future of the nation. The present legal policy of abortion-on-demand, which permits even the killing of infants being delivered, weakens the social contract that has kept […]
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POPULATION CONTROL QUOTABLE QUOTES

On September 24, Prof Michael Healey, an aquatic ecologist at the University of B.C., released a study on the Fraser Basin Ecosystem … (speaking on the vastly underpopulated country of Canada) “The federal government should adopt a population policy for Canada that is consistent with the principles of sustainability…I recognize that this is an emotional subject that many people don’t want to hear about…But we have to talk about it if we are going to work toward a population the environment can sustain…We might not be able to avoid a one-child policy …China gets a lot of criticism, but we […]
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SUPREME COURT REJECTS EUTHANASIA LAW CHALLENGE

Catholic World News Oct 14, 1997 WASHINGTON, DC (CWN) The US Supreme Court on Tuesday, without comment, rejected a lawsuit that challenges Oregon’s law permitting euthanasia, just months after the court upheld state laws banning the practice. The ruling upholds a lower court ruling that threw out a lawsuit filed by a terminally-ill woman and two doctors, saying that the plaintiffs lacked the proper legal standing to sue. The doctors had contended that the woman, Janice Elsner, suffers from clinical depression which often makes her want to end her life and the Oregon law violates equal-protection rights by treating terminally […]
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A SAD MILESTONE REACHED IN CANADA

Common-law couples increase: census OTTAWA (CP) – Statistics Canada today released its report on marital status, common-law unions and marriages. Figures from the 1996 census show that single-parent families exceeded the one-million mark for the first time. Moreover, in the last 5 years, the number of common-law families increased 28 per cent and families headed by a single parent grew by 19 per cent. One in four families is now said to be either common-law or single parent. This brought the percentage of children living in a household with unmarried parents up a staggering 52 percent.
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CLINTON VETOES ABORTION BAN, CONGRESS MAY WAIT ON OVERRIDE

Catholic World News Oct 13, 1997 WASHINGTON, DC (CWN) – President Bill Clinton vetoed a proposed ban on partial-birth abortions on Friday as he had promised, and congressional supporters of the bill said they plan on waiting for an override until next year. The reason for the delay is that the proximity of the 1998 congressional elections could force some representatives and senators who might be on the fence about the override to contemplate the backlash possible on the politically-charged issue. The House voted for the ban with a large enough margin to win an override, but the Senate was […]
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