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Catholic blogger: Catholics, don’t waste money on pro-life efforts

It ought to be clear by now that Western culture is insufficiently healthy to sustain a political solution to abortion. Therefore, it is counter-productive to pour our resources into the effort to achieve such a solution. We must use our resources far more wisely than that. ~ Dr. Jeff Mirus (pictured) explaining the futility of […]

Abortion and GOP politics: “Talk about it more, not less – but better”

The debate over contraception that occupied so much campaign conversation wasn’t started by Rick Santorum and Catholic bishops. Theirs was a response to President Obama’s mandate essentially requiring Catholic organizations to ignore their convictions and provide insurance coverage for birth control for their employees. Senate candidates Todd Akin and Richard Mourdock didn’t introduce the subjects […]

BBC comedy attempts to normalize assisted suicide

Way To Go is a show about a current and difficult issue but it treats its serious subject in the same way that Arsenic And Old Lace dealt with old lady poisoners or Kind Hearts And Coronets dealt with aristocratic murders. Working with a really great US creator and a transatlantic writing team also brings […]

French socialism: More $ for abortions, clinics; force hospitals to provide

France on Monday unveiled a package of reforms designed to increase access to abortion, including 100 percent reimbursement of medical costs by the state social security system…. In a statement the government said the move was “necessary to ensure all women have equal access to abortion.” The move… was a manifesto promise by Socialist President […]

Researcher: UK teen pregnancy rate unchanged by school sex ed

Implicit (and sometimes explicit) in these approaches has been an assumption that access to family planning will reduce pregnancy rates amongst those teenagers who were already having sex but will not cause an increase in the proportion of all teenagers who engage in sexual activity. Standard economic models, however, suggest that the two factors are […]

Squeamish pro-choicers need to “get over” sex-selection abortion

It doesn’t matter that sex-selection abortions are rare in the United States. They do happen. And it doesn’t matter how slimy and slippery slopey the anti-choicers tactics are. (Aren’t you used to that yet? They’re good!) What’s relevant is that it’s entirely irrelevant why a woman wants an abortion. Also, let’s just remember that we […]

Lila Rose: Pro-woman, pro-life

We don’t wish to take the country back in time; rather, we aspire to move it forward, beyond a time when women are treated as objects and pitted against their children and their religious institutions — and toward a time when truly emancipated women embrace their intrinsic dignity and, with it, their authentic womanhood. ~ […]

Delegates chastise U.N. official for claiming an “international right to abortion”

These delegates pushed back and they put [Anand Grover, special rapporteur for health at the United Nations] in his place and said that there is no international right to abortion and that he has gone beyond his authority in trying to reprimand countries for simply trying to protect their women and children from abortion…. The […]


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