Conrad Black Resigns as CEO of Hollinger   Harper tells Martin to set fixed election dates   National Post publishes truth of life inside the womb “Historically, stillbirths were not registered until an infant was 28 weeks old or 1,000 grams. But dramatic advances in neonatal care have pushed back the earliest frontier at which a baby can be delivered alive. At 20 weeks, babies have functional organs. They have wisps of eyebrows, eyelashes and head hair. They suck and kick. They have taste buds.” (“Stillbirth endures as mystery to doctors”)   Ohio House Passes ‘Choose Life’ Licence Plates   Florida Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks Michael Schiavo’s Attempts to Derail Terri’s Law   Pope speaks out against India’s discriminatory caste system

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