FDA Reopens Debate on Over-the-Counter “Morning After Pill”

By Peter J. Smith WASHINGTON, D.C., July 31, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The United States’ Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is considering once again to allow over-the-counter sales of the abortifacient morning-after pill, “Plan B”, just a day before the Senate begins confirmation hearings over Dr. Andrew von Eschenbach, President Bush’s nominee to head the FDA. Early Monday, the FDA contacted Barr Laboratories Inc., the manufacturer of the “emergency contraceptive” Plan B, indicating that it wanted to meet within seven days to discuss new steps the company must take in order to sell the abortifacient without a prescription. Last August, the […]
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Montreal Officials Prepare for Gay Outgames by Amassing Emergency HIV Drugs

By Peter J. Smith MONTREAL, July 31, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Last Saturday, Montreal officially welcomed the 1st World Outgames, a forum for homosexual sports, where an estimated 12,000 participants and tens of thousands of spectatorsÂare expected. However, the Outgames, whose motto is “social change through sport”, seems to be most concerned about the social changeÂofÂan anticipated surge in infectious rates of sexually transmitted diseases, in a city where 15 percent of homosexual men are HIV positive. The homosexual event has Montreal health-care officials scrambling to stockpile and advertise the availability of an emergency HIV-preventative drug in order to suppressÂfurther incidents […]
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Christian Clubs Should be Segregated Under Same Principle as Blacks Once Were: Lawyer

By Gudrun Schultz   SEATTLE, Washington, July 31, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The principles that informed racial segregation should be applied to high school Christian clubs that require members to support the authority of the bible, a lawyer for a Washington state school suggested in federal court Thursday, according to seattlepi.com.   Two students sued Kentridge High School five years ago over the school’s refusal to ratify a bible club that excluded non-Christians from voting rights and membership privileges. After a lower court ruled in favour of Kentridge, the case went before the 9th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals.  Lawyer for […]
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Myspace.com “a haven for online sexual predators”: House Representative

By Peter J. Smith WASHINGTON,  D.C., July 28, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Social networking sites such as MySpace.com may soon be inaccessible to minors from libraries and schools receiving federal funding. By a vote of 410 to 15, the US House of Representatives passed yesterday H.R. 5319 “Deleting Online Predators Act” (DOPA), which amends the Communications Act of 1934 to require schools and libraries receiving federal money to protect minors from commercial social networking websites. “Social networking sites such as MySpace and chat rooms have allowed sexual predators to sneak into homes and solicit kids,” said Rep. Ted Poe, (R-Tex.) co-founder […]
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