Life Decisions International To Release Revised Boycott List

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 30, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Life Decisions International (LDI) will release a revised edition of The Boycott List on Wednesday, July 5, 2006. The Boycott List identifies corporations that are boycott targets due to their support of Planned Parenthood, the world’s primary abortion-advocacy group. “As a direct result of the commitment, action and prayers of pro-family people, at least 130 corporations have stopped funding Planned Parenthood,” said LDI President Douglas R. Scott, Jr. It is estimated that the boycott has cost Planned Parenthood more than $35 million since the Corporate Funding Project (CFP) began nearly 15 years ago. […]
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Nurse Who Testified Against Michael Schivo Has Nursing Licence Revoked

By Peter J. Smith Florida, June 30, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A North Country Gazette exclusive reveals that Florida’s Department of Health has demanded the nursing license and nearly $1700 dollars in fines and administrative costs from a nurse who gave public testimony in the case of Terri Schiavo. This comesÂat the same time that the Department of Health has dropped action against Michael Schiavo, also a registered nurse, for falsifying his guardianship papers. Carla Sauer Iyer, a nurse who cared for Terri Schiavo until 1996, has given numerous affidavits on her experience with Terri, and is facing the wrath of […]
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Abstinence Program Making Huge Impact in Africa: 61 Percent Reduction in Teen Pregnancy

MESA, Arizona, June 30,Â2006 (LifeSiteNews.com)Â- A United Families International intervention program has been credited by scholarly evaluators with making a statistically significant impact on the sexual health of pre-adolescent children in Africa. Since 2001, the Stay Alive Program has been taught in nine African nations to more than 750,000 African children and their families. An independent program outcome evaluation in Kenya was conducted over a 2½-year time period, examining 957 children, ages 9-14, in 51 different schools representing a diverse range of social economic status, gender, religions and geographic settings. As reported by researchers at the International Conference on Global […]
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International Campaign Asks UN To Recognize The Rights of Unborn Babies

By John Jalsevac GENEVA, June 30, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – In Geneva on Wednesday night John Smeaton, national director of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC), launched a UN declaration on unborn babies’ rights. “We appeal to all UN member states to put protection in place for the most vulnerable members of our society; the genuinely voiceless ones; the child before birth. The declaration on the right to life of the child before birth is the first initiative in this campaign and is central to the reason SPUC was founded,” said Smeaton. The Holy See’s permanent observer at […]
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California Supreme Court Allows Lesbian to Sue Christian School Over Expulsion

By Gudrun Schultz SAN FRANCISCO, California, June 30, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A Christian high school that expelled two students for allegedly engaging in a lesbian relationship can be sued over the decision, the California Supreme Court ruled today. The sixteen-year-old girls were expelled last September for violating the school’s code of conduct, school principal Gregory Bork said in a letter to the girls’ parents. The 142-student school in Riverside County, which is owned by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, prohibits actions “contrary to Christian decency.” The letter stated that while the school had no evidence of any improper physical contact […]
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HPV Condom Study Shows The Failure of Condom Education

Special to LifeSiteNews.com by Dale O’Leary June 30, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – “Study demonstrates failure of condom education.” That is a headline you didn’t read in your local paper although it accurately describes the results of a study published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine (Winer, June 22, 2006). Instead the headline in at least one paper reads “Condoms protect against cervical cancer.” The subhead is a little more restrained: “When condoms are used effectively, a study shows they can help prevent the spread of human papilloma virus” (HPV). Most people would assume for example, that “prevent” means zero […]
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If Gay Brother Research is Correct It Shows Homosexuality is Abnormal

By John-Henry Westen TORONTO, June 30, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The mainstream media resurrected the specter of the ‘gay gene’ theory this week in covering a Canadian study on the origin of homosexuality.“Homosexuality influenced by biological factors, Canadian researcher says,”Âproclaimed the CBC, the first to break the story on Monday. CNN was quick to jump on the bandwagon with “Study: Sexual orientation of men determined before birth.” In reality, however, the study was most intriguing for what the mainstream media failed to cover. Namely that, if true, the study suggests that homosexuality is a congenital abnormality, and shares its origins with […]
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Special Report: Spiritual Poverty of the West vs. Material Poverty of the East

By John Jalsevac TIJUANA, Mexico, June 30, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – “There was a little nun in Tijuana who had very wise eyes. Their glance was sharp and critical, and the eyebrows over them arched frequently, but the light in them was unmistakable. It was the light of eyes used to gazing in love,” writes college junior Cassidy Bugos in today’s beautiful and deeply insightful special report. This past March Bugos, along with a number of her classmates, volunteered with the Missionaries of Charity in the poverty-stricken city of Tijuana Mexico. For her and the others it was a powerful experience, […]
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