Entries Tagged ‘Vietnam’

Pro-choice leaders misrepresent abortion limits

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I don’t know if they’re ignorant or lying, but pro-abort leaders who should know better are spreading flatly false information about how long in a pregnancy a mother can abort….

Buffett Foundation hires architect of CA’s nonphysician abortion law

Tracy WeitzThe Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation has quietly hired Tracy Weitz, PhD, MPA, to head its domestic operation.

STBF is the charitable giving outlet for 83-yr-old Warren Buffett, the second richest man in the world, with a net worth of $63.4 billion.

Originally the Buffett Foundation, STBF was renamed by the billionaire in honor of his wife after she died in 2004.

STBF is currently ranked #14 in the Top 100 U.S. Foundations by Total Giving. STBF’s focus is population control. According to Buffett biographer Roger Lowenstein, Buffett has a “Malthusian dread that overpopulation [will] aggravate problems in all other areas – such as food, housing, even human survival.”

Pro-life blog buzz 2-28-14

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.

  • ProWomanProLife says a new study has found that the US and Canada are on the list of the top countries with the fewest protections for preborn life. The other countries on the list are China, the Netherlands, North Korea, Singapore and Vietnam.

“Mad Men” doublecrosses abortion proponents: Joan didn’t get one

One of the topics woven into the 4th season of AMC’s Mad Men, a cable tv show set in the 1960s, has been abortion. It started in August with a tip of the hat: According to Lauren Bans at Slate: Joan is sitting in a hospital gown in her doctor’s office, cool and calm as […]

Sunday funnies 5-23-10

Couldn’t find any political cartoons directly related to our issue this week, although there were many other good ones. Here are my top 5 favs… by Mike Luckovich at Townhall.com…

Review Kevorkian movie

The HBO movie, April 22 post. Most likely You Don’t Know Jack will end up pleasing and displeasing both sides of the assisted suicide/euthanasia issue, as this

(Prolifer)ations 3-23-10

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Big Blue Wave points out that in officially atheist countries like Vietnam (which has no restrictions on abortion), the doctors who perform these abortions feel sadness and conflict about killing these “unlucky” babies. The alarmingly high abortion rate in Vietnam, as well as the

“My Sister, Alicia May” and Reece’s Rainbow

by intern Heather B. It’s time to make room on the bookshelf for another gem:

  

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