The Health Practitioner’s Disciplinary Tribunal found that the doctor failed to determine the viability of the pregnancy, whether it were ectopic, and failed to provide adequate support for the women once they took the drug.
The Abortion Lobby has smeared anyone who supports the unborn as “sexist” for decades, but a new movement is branding people as misogynists if they want to restrict abortion to women. Lauren Rankin made the case in an article posted yesterday at Truth-Out.org entitled, “Not Everyone Who Has an Abortion Is a Woman – How to Frame the Abortion Rights Issue.” While Rankin, an avowed feminist, likes the sloganeering that pro-life activists hate women, equal rights, and the color pink, she doesn't believe it goes far enough. “Abortion rights activists have overlooked and dismissed a very important reality,” she writes. […]
New U.S. Bill Would Overturn Restrictions on International Abortion Funding by LifeSiteNews.com By Terrence McKeegan, J.D. April 29, 2010 (C-FAM) – Last Friday, a Congresswoman from Brooklyn, New York introduced a bill in the United States House of Representatives that would greatly expand international funding for abortion, contraception, and sex education, and would effectively eliminate the long-standing Helms Amendment prohibiting the use of U.S. foreign assistance funds for abortion. The Global Sexual and Reproductive Health Act of 2010, sponsored by Representative Yvette Clarke and co-sponsored by at least 17 other House members, appears to be linked to the U.S. statement […]
Three U.S. bishops have emphasized that Francis’ remarks are a restatement of traditional Catholic teaching on homosexuality, seeing the massive media attention as an opportunity to point out the Church’s loving stance.