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  • Coming Home has an eye-opening post on Planned Parenthood’s efforts to remove “parental involvement or spousal consent laws that prevent young people from seeking sexual and reproductive health services” for children as young as age 10. Coming from an organization that markets birth control to adolescents in the form of children’s candy (see condom lollipops, left), this shouldn’t be surprising.

  • Both Big Blue Wave and Jivin J comment on an Abortioneers post in which an abortion counselor relays her experience with a woman being coerced to abort.
  • The Anti-Abortion Gang reports on a sting operation (reminiscent of Live Action’s Planned Parenthood stings) in New Delhi, India, which has led to legal action against 2 doctors who were willing to commit illegal sex-selective abortions.
  • The Abstinence Clearinghouse links to a Townhall article regarding the Darwinian view of sexuality and its effects on healthy relationships in society.
  • John Jacubczyk points out the New York Times’ nauseatingly pro-abortion puff pieces and ever-increasing tabloid journalism, despite the reporting that could be done on the “dark side of the abortion industry.”
  • Fletcher Armstrong examines the possibility that abortion photos are not graphic enough because they do not “capture the precise moment between life and death, the kind of image that [former Planned Parenthood director Abby] Johnson saw on that ultrasound screen.”
  • Stacy at Accepting Abundance shares good news: the unscientific, anti-life companion guide to a college developmental biology book has been removed from the internet after at least 2 years of misleading students.

  • Moral Outcry asserts that our judicial system operates tyrannically in the realm of abortion law:

    Those whom we elect make laws that pass through all the correct channels, bills, and committees, yet in many of these cases, one judge grants an injunction, and the legal system grinds to a halt.

    Suddenly, majority rule is null, and one man or woman with a black robe takes the place of all other legal channels and exacts a twisted interpretation of justice as a fair law.

  • The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition sounds the alarm on possible judicial overreach in Canada, where the right-to-die movement is seeking to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide through the courts, due to overwhelming defeat of such laws in Parliament.
  • The Culture Vulture links to a New Zealand Northern Advocate story on Mike Sullivan, who, along with Right to Life New Zealand, is “taking the [NZ] Government to the International Criminal Court, alleging its policy on [prenatal] screening for Down Syndrome is akin to genocide and a crime against humanity.”
  • Bryan Kemper gives a report on Stand True’s witness at two music festivals featuring many Christian performers. It is astounding how many attendees are willfully ignorant of the truth about abortion.

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