Kerry, Clinton Backed Bill Would See $1.2 Billion to Subsidize Promiscuity, Promote Abortion

WASHINGTON, June 30, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Sens. John Kerry (D-Mass.), Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.), Lincoln Chafee (R-R.I.) and seven other senators are sponsoring the “Putting Prevention First Act” (S.2336). Ed Szymkowiak, national director of American Life League’s STOPP International project commented: “A more accurate name would be the ‘Promoting Promiscuity Funding Act.’”  It was introduced in the Senate on Planned Parenthood’s 2004 Congressional Day of Action. The companion House bill (H.R.4192) has 112 sponsors. Szymkowiak explained, “This bill would more than double the current yearly appropriation for the Title X population control program of the Public Health Services Act to $643 […]
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Campaign Life Election Analysis Reveals Gain of At Least 10 Pro-Life MPs

TORONTO, June 30, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) –  LifeSiteNews.com is pleased to offer a sneak preview of The Interim’s in depth coverage of the election results.  From the lead article in the Interim by Editor Paul Tuns, we provide the following snippets:  While some social conservatives may be disappointed that Paul Martin won a sizeable minority, and others unhappy that there wasn’t the political realignment some had anticipated, pro-life leaders note that there are at least 10 additional pro-life MPs, bringing the political wing of the pro-life movement’s goal of getting a majority of pro-life MPs across party lines that much closer.  […]
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Canadian Federal Election Buzz June 30

* The Campaign Life Coalition Voter’s Guide has now been updated to show the elected candidates and votes obtained by every candidate https://campaignlifecoalition.com/elections/federal/2004/  * Voter turnout was record low across Canada https://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/1088425529642_13?hub=Canada   * See July Interim article exposing incredible bias by Canadian mainstream media during federal election:  “Whatever the answer, one must conclude that the mainstream media were, as a whole (with the possible exceptions of the National Post and the Sun Media chain) hopelessly biased, if not negligent and incompetent, in their coverage of social issues during the recent election campaign.”  https://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2004/jun/040630b.html
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Incredible Media Bias During Canadian Federal Election

by Tony Gosgnach Preview article from the July 2004 Interim Newspaper Two of the most notable slogans by media guru Marshall McLuhan were “the medium is the message” and “all news is fake.” Given the recent Canadian federal election campaign, one can verily say that truer words were never spoken.“Mainstream” media outlets and their reporters exhibited a shocking degree of selective, slanted and outright biased coverage throughout the campaign, but never more so than when it came to the so-called hot-button issues of abortion and homosexuality. In fact, if one took the coverage at face value, it would be difficult […]
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LifeSiteNews.com NewsBytes

Amazing 4-D Ultrasound Videos of Unborn Children ‘Walking’ Online Here www.createhealth.org   Heroic Pro-Life Australian Senator Brian Harradine Retires https://www.theage.com.au/articles/2004/06/29/1088487966063.html?oneclick=true   Appeals Court Denies Rehearing On Ruling that ‘Choose Life’ License Plates are Unconstitutional https://www.thecarolinachannel.com/automotive/3472371/detail.html   Researchers in Israel claim Hypnosis can double the success of IVF treatment https://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/3849727.stm
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Children not Told of Embryo Adoption Origins: Parents Suffer from Confusing Language

BERLIN, June 29, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A study has shown that parents who adopt an embryo for implantation do not tell the child of his true origins in most cases. Many methods of artificial procreation are available at most IVF facilities, one of which is to have an embryo implanted that is no genetic relation to the client. A study has shown that such parents are more reluctant to admit to these adopted-as-embryo children their origins. Researchers at City University, London interviewed 21 families who had adopted their children as embryos and found that most of them felt that to […]
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Pro-Abortion Groups Attempt to Shut Pro-Life Doctor Out of FDA Panel

WASHINGTON, U.S.A. June 29, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – George W. Bush’s reappointment of pro-life obstetrician and specialist on infectious diseases of pregnancy and childbirth, Dr. W. David Hager, has garnered serious, yet unfounded criticism from various pro-abortion groups. A bipartisan group of representatives has sent a letter to President Bush, regarding the reappointment claiming that Dr. Hager is unfit to serve on the advisory panel based exclusively on his pro-life stance and his role as one of the four panel members who voted to recommend against approving non-prescription sales of the potentially harmful abortifacient morning after pill ‘Plan B.’ Scott Spear, […]
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Court Rules Non-Biological Mother is the “mother” of in Vitro Children

TENNESSEE, June 29, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.net) – The abnormal process of in vitro fertilization continues to cause legal conundrums.  The Tennessee Court of Appeals has decided that a woman who carried a set of triplets but was not their biological mother is in fact the legal mother of the children. The case originated between an unmarried couple, identified by the fictitious names Charles and Pepper, who split following the birth of a set of triplets. The triplets were conceived using Charles’ sperm and a donor’s egg and were carried by Pepper.  The court chose to decide the matter based on the […]
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New Brunswick Tory MP Who Switched to Liberals over Social Conservatism Loses Seat

FUNDY, June 29, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – John Herron, the pro-abortion former Tory MP who upon the merger of the Alliance and the Progressive Conservatives jumped to the Liberals saying, “as a Red Tory, the Martin Liberals represent my values and vision for the future of Canada,” has lost his seat in Parliament to a Conservative who considers himself ‘pro-life’.  Conservative candidate Rob Moore won the seat with 45% of the vote compared to Herron’s 35%.  The Campaign Life Coalition analysis said of Moore “he would be inclined to support pro-life legislation, provided majority of constituents agree,” and that he “favours […]
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