Mississippi meadows and the killing fields of New York

Mississippi is down to its last abortion mill, and if it closes we’ll have the first state in the Union without an abortion mill in the forty years since Roe. That’s quite an accomplishment, and the people of Mississippi and the many pro-life groups from around the nation who have made that happen are to be congratulated. It takes quite a bit of education, activism, and prayer to make an abortion-free Mississippi happen. In a state with a large African American population, that is an especially welcome reprieve from the eugenic decimation of African Americans in New York City, where […]
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New survey on teen sexual activity fails to present whole story

A recent study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has received plenty of media coverage this past week. It presents historical data from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey on the sexual activity of high-school students. The results indicate that there were declines in minors’ sexual activity during the 1990s. However, those declines have stalled in the current decade. The study is very detailed and presents data on various measures of teen sexual activity. These include the percentage of teens who have ever had sex, the percentage of teens who have had sex with four or more partners, […]
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