The David and Lucile Packard Foundation has again donated millions to population control in the third world. Second-quarter grants for 2001, included a total of $26 million to groups working in “reproductive health”. The money also targeted American youth with a $600,000 grant to the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation “to promote a more informed discussion about the role of sex education in America’s classrooms.”

The Associated Press admits that it erroneously reported that pro-life leader Randall Terry of Operation Rescue advocated killing abortion doctors.

A gathering of Muslims in the United States, called the Islamic Circle of North America, noted at its annual convention that the last presidential election marked the first time Muslims voted as a bloc, supporting George W. Bush for his pro-life stand and his support of school vouchers.