The National Post reported today on the Alberta repository that distributes aborted baby parts from abortuaries to Canadian researchers.
The Nov 23 Electronic Telegraph reports that notorious Australian euthanasia activist and assisted suicide doctor Philip Nitschke has moved to Arizona after being frustrated by the overturning of the 1996 Australian law allowing voluntary euthanasia.
Catholic World News reported yesterday that Scottish pro-life leader Jim Dowson has been threatened by the Scottish Socialist Party. Members of the party told Dowson, president of the recently-launched Precious Life Scotland, that they would “not hesitate to make his life a misery, 24 hours a day.” (EWTN)
Vintage Drum Center, Inc., an Iowa-based business that offers rare and collectible drums and cymbals, is continuing a pro-life ad campaign that has been a profitable venture since it first ran two years ago. One ad, headlined “Future Footnotes,” has a thumbnail-sized drawing of two feet. The text reads: “Will these feet ever play the bass and hi-hat? They are the exact size and shape of an unborn baby’s feet at ten weeks after conception. They would like to have a choice. If they were your feet, wouldn’t you?”
Yesterday the American Family Association (AFA) praised the Toys “R” Us Company for honoring a policy to promote family values in business practices, after it canceled planned in-store appearances by Duncan Yo-Yo company’s “Pros on Tour” because of an offensive commercial.