XEROX CLAIMS STORY BIAS

LOS ANGELES, Jan 20 (LSN) – Xerox corporation has claimed a story about the company in the London Telegraph was “totally false.” The Telegraph reported that Xerox issues different coloured magnets to employees to denote their sexual orientation in a company project called “Safe Space.”  In a letter from the company, Xerox admits to engaging in project “Safe Space,” but denies any special colour designation denoting sexual orientation. However, in the letter Xerox reveals that the “Safe Space” project originated as a company project in AT&T and was adopted by Xerox and other companies.  This information is problematic since AT&T […]
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CARDINAL MAKES HEROIC OFFER TO SAVE BABIES

NEW YORK, Jan 19 (LSN) – During a Mass marking this week’s 25th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Roe vs. Wade ruling, which legalized abortion, John Cardinal O’Connor made an impassioned plea to save mothers and children from the horrors of abortion. “Any woman who is pregnant and in need and cannot afford medical help can come to us from anywhere, she can come to me personally,” the cardinal told the 3,500 worshipers who packed St. Patrick’s Cathedral yesterday.  In his homily Cardinal O’Connor drew attention to the 35 million unborn babies that have been “slaughtered” in the 25 years […]
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FREE PRO-LIFE SCREEN SAVER

TORONTO, Jan 19 (LSN) – Ontario Students For Life has recently put up several interesting files for the world to download. Most importantly there is a new pro-life Screen Saver. You can download this screen saver and various other interesting pro-life resources located here:  https://www.odyssey.on.ca/~osfl/
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CLONING OF HUMANS A STEP CLOSER

BOSTON, Jan 19 (LSN) – At a research meeting today, scientists from the University of Wisconsin-  Madison reported the successful cloning of five diff erent species. Using cow’s eggs as incubators,  the researchers cloned sheep, pigs, rats, cattle and rhesus monkeys.  Thus far the pregnancies resulting from the cloned animal embryos have all resulted in miscarriages.
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AOL AND ABC SHOW ANTI-LIFE BIAS

WORLD WIDE WEB, Jan 19 (LSN) – America Online and ABC have both dedicated web space to highlight the abortion issue in recognition of the 25th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. And both sites offer a decidedly biased presentation in favour of abortion. America Online is publishing articles from leaders of national organizations that deal with the abortion issue and also providing for live events featuring notable public figures.  The articles are written by:  Wanda Franz, President, National Right to Life Committee Kate Michelman, President, NARAL Gloria Feldt, President, Planned Parenthood Federation of America Frances Kissling, President, Catholics for Free […]
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4 ONTARIO PRO-LIFERS CHARGED IN COURT

St. Thomas, ON, Jan 19 (LSN) – Last week the court trial of John Bulsza, Rosemary Connell, Ann-Marie Tomlins, and William (Bill) Whatcott began.  The four pro-lifers are being charged with publicly exhibiting a disgusting object, to wit: a dismembered aborted fetus and causing a public disturbance by exhibiting an indecent exhibition, to wit: a dismembered aborted fetus.  The charges stem from their participation in the “Show the Truth Tour”, a pro-life demonstration which draws attention to the horrors of abortion. Participants in the demonstration displayed large 5 by 6 foot images of both healthy pre-born and post born babies, […]
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STATISTICS CANADA RELEASES FIGURES ON TEENAGE PREGNANCY

OTTAWA, Jan 16 (LSN) – The number of pregnancies among women 15 to 19 rose to 45,771 in 1995, compared with 39,340 in 1987, a rise of 15.3 per cent, Statistics Canada reported today. The organization also reported that the proportion of teen pregnancies ending in abortion rose to 45 per cent in 1994 from 26 per cent in 1974. In 1994, 21,000 teens had abortions, accounting for 20 per cent of all abortions in that year.
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BRAZILIAN ABORTION PROMOTING AD PULLED

BRAZIL, Jan 16 (LSN) – As Brazil’s Congress debates a bill that would allow rape victims to have publicly funded abortions in public hospitals, a Brazilian lingerie company put out an ad promoting abortion.  The company published a two-page ad the national news-magazine Istoe.  The ad depicted a woman in lingerie between two men about to rape her with the caption reading, “Legalize abortion fast.  I don’t want to wait.”  On Thursday, Brazil’s government asked Brazil’s self-regulating advertising industry to pull the ad.  The lingerie company could face a $1.7 million fine from the government Consumer Protection Agency for “abusive […]
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LATIMER’S PROSECUTOR PROSECUTED

REGINA, Jan 6 (LSN) – Randy Kirkham, the Saskatchewan Crown prosecutor who dealt with Robert Latimer’s original 1994 trial, is set to go to trial for his mishandling of the Latimer case on May 4. Kirkham was charged in June 1996 for allegedly instructing police to ask prospective jurors about their views on mercy killing, abortion and religion.  The questioning resulted in a mistrial, which led to Latimer’s recent re-trial.
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US SHOWS CONCERN REGARDING WORLD COURT

WASHINGTON, Jan 16 (LSN) – Insight magazine, a national weekly newsmagazine published in Washington,  D.C., by The Washington Times Corporation, revealed the growing concern of Americans in regard to the coming International Court.  In their latest issue, author David Wagner presents some troubling information.  Alfred P. Rubin, a professor at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, warned that the case of US General [Norman] Schwarzkopf, who, during the Persian Gulf War, bombed what turned out to be a civilian shelter, could be brought forward by non-Americans, perhaps even by those favouring Saddam Hussein. Phyllis Schlafly, president of Eagle […]
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