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American Life League warns that the Clinton-instigated Jumpstart 2000 program for children in kindergarten to Grade 12 is “nothing more than an attempt to trick young people into believing the myth of overpopulation.”  (WhyLife)  

A Republican-proposed law would see the federal government give $85 million to organizations that provide alternatives to abortion as a compassionate solution to unplanned pregnancies.  (Yahoo News)

The Washington Times reported yesterday that Steve Forbes, the Republican presidential candidate whose family is one of Princeton University’s greatest benefactors, yesterday withdrew his support of the university to protest the hiring of pro-infanticide professor Peter Singer.

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