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Blogs for Steven Mosher
Steven Mosher is the President of the Population Research Institute and an internationally recognised authority on China and population issues. He was the first American social scientist allowed to do fieldwork in Communist China (1979-80), where he witnessed women being forcibly aborted and sterilized under the new “one-child-policy”. Mosher’s groundbreaking reports on these barbaric practices led to his termination from Stanford University. A pro-choice atheist at the time, the soul-searching that followed this experience led him to reconsider his convictions and become a practicing, pro-life Roman Catholic.
Mosher has testified two dozen times before the US Congress as an expert in world population, China and human rights. He is a frequent guest on Fox News, NewsMax and other television shows, well as being a regular guest on talk radio shows across the nation.
Articles by Steve have also appeared in The New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, The New Republic, The Washington Post, National Review, Reason, The Asian Wall Street Journal, Freedom Review, Linacre Quarterly, Catholic World Report, Human Life Review, First Things, and numerous other publications.
Steven Mosher lives in Florida with his wife, Vera, and a constant steam of children and grandchildren.
If the Biden regime is planning a reprise of the lockdowns and mRNA vax campaigns, it is much less certain how the American people will react. Some will unthinkingly comply. But I am fairly confident that a sizable majority of us will not.
Steven Mosher interviews Dr. Thomas Ward, president of the John Paul II Academy for Human Life and the Family, who warns that the upcoming Synod on Synodality could lead to a 'radical paradigm shift on Catholic morality on life and the family.'
Journalist Jennifer Zeng was told by an informant that 'one of the guys (from the Wuhan lab) was asked to inoculate people from other countries during the event so that they can be infected and carry the pathogen back to the country they came from.'
This is another example – the most flagrant yet – of what is called 'grey zone' warfare, where China deliberately violates the rules of international order to see how much it can get away with before it provokes a response.