Entries for September, 2005

“Health of the mother” abortion exceptions, Spanish-style

A News.telegraph.com article reports on a Spanish abortion mill offering financial kickbacks to late-term pregnant mothers to circumvent UK abortion laws and come to Spain to terminate. The mill is also offering financial incentives to pregnancy help lines for referrals. States the article: The law in Spain states that pregnancies over 22 weeks can only […]

JLS on Crusaderadio.com at 11a CST

I’ll be on Wiley Drake’s radio show at 11a CST today to discuss the needs of hurricane-devastated pregnancy resource centers. The show can be listened to live via the Internet at www.crusaderadio.com.

Don’t throw babies out with floodwater

Thanks very much to Catholic Exchange for posting information on the financial plight of hurricane-devastated pregnancy resource centers. CE asked me to write an article, which is posted as its top story today. Please donate at www.ctlm.org.

Update on status of LA/MS pregnancy resource centers

Update on FINANCIAL status of LA/MS pregnancy resource centers Help! Pro-lifers must come to the aid of the pregnancy resource centers in Mississippi and Louisiana. Donations are going everywhere except prcs! I spoke with Dorothy Wallis of the Caring to Love prc in Baton Rouge this morning, and she reported having only received $5,000 […]

“The contenders: Who will replace O’Connor?”

Read a list by Manuel Miranda of conservative-approved Supreme Court nominees in today’s Wall Street Journal.

Operation Save Katrina’s Babies

Dear Pro-lifers, Louisiana and Mississippi pregnancy resource centers are in desperate need of our help. Four New Orleans area pregnancy resource centers were destroyed by Katrina, and it is unclear how incapacitated the Mississippi PRCs are, because no one has been able to get through to any of their directors. That’s the bad news. The […]

Report from Australia: Embryonic stem cells carcinogenic

As reported by Australia’s ABC Online last night: Britain’s famous science broadcaster and expert on reproductive technology, Lord [Robert] Winston, [Professor of Fertility Studies at Imperial College, London and science broadcaster for his BBC television programs], says the potential benefits of embryonic stem cell research are being hyped. He says scientists have been talking up […]

Report from UK: Embryonic mutant ninja stem cells

From today’s News@nature.com: Embryonic stem cells that are cultured in the lab accumulate an alarming array of genetic changes, including mutations known to be linked to cancer. The finding throws into question whether such cells could eventually be used for therapy, unless they can be kept fresh and checked for mutations before use…. In January, […]


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