MORGENTALER TO CAMPAIGN FOR EUTHANASIA

TORONTO, Jan 26 (LSN)—On Saturday, the infamous pioneer of abortion in Canada, Henry Morgentaler,  admitted to a connection in the ideology between abortion and euthanasia. Talking to Globe and Mail reporter Kirk Makin, Morgentaler revealed plans to push yet another immoral cause, that of euthanasia. Morgentaler says he wants to give the incurably ill “as much control over their lives as pregnant women now have.”
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UN TELLS LIBYA TO ELIMINATE SPANKING IN FAMILIES

GENEVA, Jan 26 (LSN) – Last Friday, the Child Rights Committee, a UN Committee monitoring the Convention on the Rights of the Child, completed its report and recommendations for Libya. Among its primary recommendations, the Committee advised the Libyan Government to “work to eliminate the use of corporal punishment within the family environment.”
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RC CHURCH IN GERMANY RECEIVES POPE ‘S LETTER ON ABORTION COUNSELLING

WUERZBURG, Germany, Jan 25 (LSN) – On Sunday, the German Conference of Bishops met in a monastery to discuss, in secret, a letter from Pope John Paul in which he is believed to express concerns about the German Catholic church’s involvement in abortion counselling. A spokesman for the bishops said they had agreed to secrecy about the letter’s contents until the results of their meeting are made known on Tuesday.  Conflicting reports as to the letter’s contents abound. Christa Nickels, parliamentary spokeswoman on religious affairs for the environmental Greens, said that according to her information the guidelines offered by the […]
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NFLD TO PAY MORGENTALER ABORTUARY

ST JOHN’S, Jan 23 (LSN) – Newfoundland’s Evening Telegram reported today that the province is now fully paying fees at the Morgentaler abortuary.  The Newfoundland government under Brian Tobin, which recently deprived Christian Newfoundlanders of their constitutionally guaranteed right to Christian education, has decided to pay for abortion on demand at the abortion mill.  Formerly, the province would pay only about one fifth of the cost, leaving mothers an incentive to keep the baby and the up to $500 “facility fee”  for the abortuary’s macabre services. Former federal health minister Dianne Marleau ensured that provinces would pay for abortions, or […]
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ANNUAL MARCH FOR LIFE IN WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON, Jan 23 (LSN)—Yesterday, pro-lifers from across the US marked the 25th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision,  which legalized abortion on demand. Carrying signs reading “Abortion stops a beating heart,”“Emancipate the unborn,”“Bill, do you feel the pain?,” and “Hillary, abortion isn’t child care,” tens of thousands gathered on the grassy Ellipse behind the White House where white crosses were placed in the ground ground as a symbol of the 35 million abortions committed since the infamous decision. From there, the group marched peacefully through the streets to the Supreme Court.  Rep. Christopher H. Smith (R-NJ) […]
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COMMISSION RECOMMENDS UN “FIRE BRIGADE”

LONDON, Jan 23 (LSN) – The Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict presented its recommendations to the Clinton administration and to Britain (which currently holds the presidency of the European Union) after three years of study. The commission is made up of a panel of former statesmen,  headed by former U.S. Secretary of State Cyrus Vance.  Their key recommendation is that the UN Security Council create a rapid reaction force, or “fire brigade,” of 5,000 to 10,000 troops for emergency deployment in crisis spots. The high-profile panel also recommended creating a permanent international criminal court. It was also recommended that […]
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N.O.W. TRIES TO ENLIST AIRLINES IN PRO-LIFE PERSECUTION

NEW YORK, Jan 23 (LSN)—Catholic World News reported yesterday that the pro-abortion National Organization for Women (NOW) is demanding that airlines transfer frequent-flier miles from pro-lifers to pro-abortion advocates. NOW sent a letter to 13 airlines calling for the freezing of frequent-flier miles awarded to pro-life activist Randall Terry and Operation Rescue. The radical feminist group wants the mileage transferred to its attorneys and clients.  The action is being undertaken to force Mr. Terry to pay court-ordered penalties that are currently under appeal. NOW has threatened that if the airlines refuse, it may file a motion in federal court seeking […]
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US CONGRESS EVALUATED ON LIFE AND FAMILY

WASHINGTON, Jan 22 (LSN) – On January 5, the New American magazine published a review of the all U.S Congressmen and Senators. The “conservative index” of the 105th Congress shows how each federal politician scored on 20 key votes highlighting life and family issues. The valuable list enables voters to scrutinize their representatives record and commend or chastise them on their voting. Please visit the “Conservative index” at https://www.jbs.org/vo14no01.htm   A similar indexing of Canadian politicians is carried out every year by Campaign Life Coalition,  the political arm of Canada’s pro-life movement. The Canadian index is available at:  https://www.lifesitenews.com/election_97/index.html
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US STATE DEPARTMENT PROMOTES HOMOSEXUAL “LOVE BOAT”

GRAND CAYMAN, Cayman Islands, Jan 22 (LSN) – The American Family Association (AFA) sent out an alert last week noting that the US State Department sent a message to the Government of the Cayman Islands accusing them of discrimination. The criticism follows the Cayman Island Government’s decision to turn away a cruise ship carrying 900 homosexuals which had requested docking on the island on February 1, 1997 for a one day stopover.  The Minister of Tourism of the Islands, Mr. Thomas C. Jefferson, told the homosexuals aboard the “love” boat that they would not be welcome because past behavior shows […]
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BEWARE OF LIBRARIES ALLOWING PORNOGRAPHY

VANCOUVER, Jan 22 (LSN) – British Columbia Report magazine reported last week that Vancouver Public Library’s Oakridge branch refused to stop a man from viewing pornography over the Internet in the children’s section of the library. Six children were exposed to the man’s downloading of pornographic pictures of women in bondage. When informed of the situation by concerned parents,  library staff refused to halt the activity citing “good library service”.  When confronted, Vancouver Public Library’s finance director Eric Smith, acting for the library’s vacationing head director, said, “we prefer not to monitor what people are doing on the Internet, we […]
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