POLICE OFFER AWARD FOR INFORMATION ON SHOOTING OF ABORTIONIST

VANCOUVER, July 31 (LSN)  Police in British Columbia offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the party responsible for the 1994 shooting of abortionist Garson Romalis. The Canadian pro-life movement has condemned this shooting and the 1995 and 1997 ones. The secular media has often implicated the pro-life movement as beingresponsible for these violent acts.  “No anti-abortion group has yet claimed responsibility for the shooting,” read news reports across the country on the Fainman shooting.
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PARENTS SEE TO IT THAT MICHIGAN 12-YEAR-OLD HAS ABORTION

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich., July 31 (LSN) – The case of a 12-year-old girl whose parents sought to get her an abortion even though she was seven months pregnant ended in tragedy. Her baby was aborted by the notorious late-term abortionist George Tiller. The family’s lawyer, Lauren Tomayko, told reporters that the girl, allegedly raped by her 17-year-old brother, had undergone the procedure.  The girl’s brother faces a possible punishment of life imprisonment while Macomb County Prosecutor Carl Marlinga is seeking a warrant for his arrest. Abortionist George Tiller gained notoriety last year when the Washington Post reported he was one […]
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REFORM AND TORY DEBATE UNITING CANADIAN CONSERVATIVES

OTTAWA, July 31 (LSN) – On Wednesday, Former Tory cabinet minister John Crosbie, Reform MP Jason Kenney, Tory and newspaper executive Peter White and political scientist William Christian debated the Reform plan to unite Canada’s conservatives.  The debate showed showing that the Tories are more interested in bashing Reform than having a conservative government in Canada. Crosbie attacked the Reform Party calling it “a boil that has to be lanced,”“a party based on extremist views,” and “It’s too bad that 90 per cent of Reformers give the other 10 per cent a bad name.”  William Christian said that Reformers could […]
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TRIAL OF ABORTIONISTS IN AUSTRALIA A SHAM

PERTH, Australia, July 31 (LSN) – Abortionists Victor Chan and Hoh Peng Lee, both charged with committing abortions which, before charges were laid, was illegal in the state of Western Australia,  were formally discharged yesterday after the Crown offered no evidence in the trial proceedings.  Although abortion was officially still illegal, except when the life of an expectant mother was said to have been endangered by her pregnancy, the law was not enforced for some 30 years.  The charges against the abortionists led to the changing of the law, giving Western Australia the most permissive abortion law in the nation.
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ONTARIO GOVERNMENT CONSIDERING EDUCATION AS EARLY AS TODDLER YEARS

TORONTO, July 31(LSN) – Dr. Fraser Mustard, founder of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research,  is leading a study commissioned by the Ontario government on education for pre-school age children.  While parents were alarmed at the NDP government’s proposal of beginning school at age three, Mustard proposes starting formal education much earlier. While sounding very innocent, Mustard suggested schooling for children should begin at 18 months. He says he admires the Swedish system. “By the time you’re one-and-a-half or two you need to be mixing with other kids and so the Swedes put you in the systems that let you […]
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APPEALS COURT UPHOLDS PARTIAL-BIRTH ABORTION BAN

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA, July 30 (LSN) – Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore announced yesterday that the federal appeals court has upheld the state’s ban on partial-birth abortion. “Today’s ruling by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals will save the lives of unborn children and their mothers by upholding the ban on partial birth abortions in Virginia,” Gilmore said. “The law I signed on April 13th is constitutional.  I remain confident that further legal attacks will fail and that the law will be upheld as it proceeds through the legal process. Virginians agree that partial birth abortions are inhuman and should never […]
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SOUTH AFRICA HIGH COURT UPHOLDS PRO-ABORTION LAW

JOHANNESBURG, July 30 (LSN) – Judge J. Sydney McCreath of the Pretoria High Court upheld the world's most permissive abortion law in South Africa Tuesday as he ruled that a child in the womb could not be classified as a person. Health Minister Nkosazana Zuma was delighted with the ruling, saying it has strengthened the 1996 Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act. This was the second unsuccessful attempt by various religious and cultural groups to dismantle the Act. Pro-lifers say they will continue to challenge the legislation.  News reports indicate that at least 30,000 children in the womb have lost […]
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“MODERATE” OUTSTED IN PLANNED PARENTHOOD INFIGHTING

PHILADELPHIA, PA, July 30 (LSN) – On Tuesday, Planned Parenthood revealed a $70,000 campaign to oust one abortion advocate and install another whose extreme pro-abortion agenda is closer to their own.  Congressman Jon Fox has enraged other leaders of the “family-planning” behemoth, by voting against measures such as chemical abortion, partial-birth abortion, and public funding of abortion.  For his part, Fox says, “I believe in Roe v. Wade, which is the law of the land. I support a woman’s right to choose.”  Fox notes that his vote against RU-486 chemical abortions comes from concerns about the safety of the procedure. […]
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MICHIGAN BANS ASSISTED SUICIDE

LANSING, July 30 (LSN) – On Tuesday, Michigan Governor John Engler signed a ban on assisted suicide into law. The law is the state’s latest attempt to rein in pro-euthanasia activist Jack Kevorkian. It would penalize those guilty of the crime with up to five years in prison. Since the issue has made it onto the November 3 ballot, however, the new law could be reversed.
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ANOTHER RUTHLESS UN POPULATION CONTROL MEASURE IN SUDAN?

AJIEP, Sudan, July 29 (LSN) – Desperate pleas from hundreds of thousands of starving Sudanese reached the world yesterday as reports of the UN’s complicity in prolonging the Sudanese war and famine hit the press.  World magazine reported yesterday that humanitarian aid organizations have charged the UN is controlling all aid distribution in the country and severely hampering relief efforts. Peter Hammond, the director of Frontline Fellowship, a Christian organization which provides has smuggled Bibles, food relief and medicine into southern Sudan, told World that “Organizations have to get permission for everything they do from the UN They have to […]
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