CHRETIEN APPOINTS NDP’S BOB RAE TO OVERSEE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY

OTTAWA, May 4 (LSN) – In another glaring example of the often identical philosophies of the three establishment political parties the Liberals, Progressive Conservatives, and NDP. Liberal Prime Minister Jean Chretien appointed former Ontario NDP socialist premier Bob Rae to a position with the Canadian Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC). Mr. Rae will be reviewing the performance of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, a task that will provide him access to much highly confidential information. The Canadian people have never voted in a federal NDP socialist government,  one reason being a healthy mistrust of socialist abuse of political power.  Mr. […]
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LATIMER’S CROWN PROSECUTOR FACES CHARGES IN COURT

BATTLEFORD, Sask, May 4 (LSN) – Randy Kirkham, the original crown prosecutor in the case against Robert Latimer (the father who killed his disabled 12-year-old daughter in an alleged “mercy killing”) is facing charges today of obstruction of justice for his actions in the case he brought forward against Latimer.  It is alleged that Kirkham designed a questionnaire for the RCMP to screen prospective jurors for their views on abortion, euthanasia and religion, and then failed to tell the judge and the defense of the questionnaire.  During the trial, Kirkham called Latimer’s murder of his daughter “cold and calculated,” noting […]
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HEAD UN PRO-ABORT TO UNDERMINE PRO-LIFE RELIGIOUS CONVICTIONS

NEW YORK, May 1 (LSN) – On Friday, the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (CAFHRI) reported on the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) “Round Table on Adolescent and Reproductive Health and Rights,” which ended on April 17. Among the many anti-life statements at the conference, UNFPA head Nafis Sadik expressed the need to undermine pro-life religious and cultural values around the world. Speaking about restrictions to children’s access to “reproductive health” (abortion), Sadik said,“legal, religious and social barriers remain.”“The main battle in most countries,” she said, is to “remove [such] conceptual barriers.”
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PARENTAL NOTIFICATION LAW FACES FINAL HURDLE IN FLORIDA

TALLAHASSEE, May 1 (LSN) – A bill requiring that girls under 18 notify at least one parent before procuring an abortion was passed by the Florida Senate Thursday, and is awaiting final approval from Governor Lawton Chiles. The law does not require parental permission for abortions. It also for court-approved exemptions in some cases. In spite of such concessions, it appears the governor may veto the measure.
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CLINTON TO VETO RELIGIOUS-SCHOOL VOUCHERS

WASHINGTON, May 1 (LSN) – A bill was passed by the US Congress Thursday to enable 2,000 poor   children in the District of Columbia to attend private or religious schools. The initiative has   been fought by the Clinton administration since it was first proposed, and the president has vowed   to veto the bill when it arrives at the White House.
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WESTERN AUSTRALIA DOCTORS HALT ABORTIONS IN PROTEST

WESTERN AUSTRALIA, May 1 (LSN) – Most doctors in the state of Western Australia stopped committing abortions yesterday, protesting delays in efforts to liberalize the state’s abortion law. That law,  while relatively strict on paper, had not been enforced for decades. Recent charges against two abortionists touched off a storm of controversy, with abortion supporters calling for repeal. Reacting to news of the doctors’ protest, pro-abortion groups suggested that taxpayer money be used to airlift abortion-minded mothers to hospitals where abortion “services” are still available.
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FLORIDA APPROVES PRO-LIFE LICENCE PLATE

TALLAHASSEE, Fla, May 1 (LSN) – The Florida Senate approved a measure Wednesday to allow a pro-life specialty licence plate after an amazing effort by the pro-life group Choose Life Inc. The group collected over 10,000 signatures to support the measure and also raised the $30,000 (US) development fee required. The bright yellow plate includes a drawing of a smiling boy and girl with the logo “Choose Life.” Three fourths of the proceeds from the $20/year tags will go to the care of mothers and infants in need while the rest will go to support adoption services. The Florida House […]
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