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April 17, 2014

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Obama Admin Population Control Program Seeks To Reduce Black, Hispanic Births
A new Obama administration program is facing criticism because of its population control-based focus on reducing black and Hispanic births.

Abortion: Just Another Task For Swedish Midwives?
Did you ever hear of a secretary who refused to write emails, but was willing to answer the phone? A medical doctor who was a very skilled surgeon, but didn't want to close the incision? Or a teacher who loved giving lessons, but wouldn't mark tests?

Singapore Takes Steps To Curb Its Trafficking Problem
Singapore is a trafficking destination country for men, women, and girls from around the region, but it was not until this decade that human trafficking was acknowledged as an issue in the country. Prior to this and even now, mention of human trafficking as an issue in Singapore was more often than not greeted with surprise or disbelief.

Good Friday 'Way Of The Cross' Nationwide Observance Mourns Aborted Children
Good Friday, April 18, 2014, will be marked at 40 locations across America as a day of mourning and prayer for lives lost to abortion. On the day that Christians worldwide observe the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, faithful believers will take time to grieve for the innocent unborn children who are put to death daily almost 2,000 years after the original Good Friday.

Babies With Club Feet, Cleft Palates Are Aborted Up To The Day Of Birth In Britain
Today, a baby with club foot or cleft palate can and is aborted up to the point of birth in England. The law permits an abortion to take place “up to birth” if tests indicate that the child may be disabled when born, while there is a legal limit of 24 weeks for abortions on other grounds.

IRS Confirms Abortions Are Eligible For A Tax Deduction
Here’s something from the “Did you know that?” category. Did you know that abortions are apparently eligible for a tax deduction? That appears to be true, so says the IRS.

Better To Be A Criminal In China Than A Pregnant Mother
The Chinese Ministry of State Security must have been asleep on the job. The email that appeared in my Inbox read: “It is better to be a criminal in China than a pregnant mother.”

It’s Time To Protect Religious Liberty In The Marriage Debate
For years, a central argument of those in favor of same-sex marriage has been that all Americans should be free to live and love as they choose; however, does that freedom require the government to coerce those who disagree into celebrating same-sex relationships?

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Ethical Perspectives

New! Stop fretting about 3-parent embryos and get ready for "multiplex parenting"

Michael Cook
The controversy over three-parent embryos could soon be old hat. Writing in one of the world's leading journals, one of Britain's best-known bioethicists has outlined a strategy for creating children with four or more genetic parents. He calls it "multiplex parenting".

New! Barcoding embryos

Michael Cook
Barcoding embryos another version of the number tattooed on the forearm of the Polish shopkeeper. Embryos, children actually, are to be branded like cattle and assigned numbers instead of names. Loving parents give a gestating child a name, not a barcode. Despite all the promotional photos of glowing mums and gurgling babies, IVF is becoming a lot less like love and a lot more like manufacturing.

New! Surrogate Parenting is Wrong

Judie Brown
Women selling their bodies as vessels has become an increasingly common commodity in today's society. But the moral implications are far - reaching, and the emotional tolls are becoming visible. When science trumps God's plan, and aims to override His will, calamity is sure to result.

The Scandal within Catholic Relief Services

Judie Brown
A Catholic organization must be exactly that. It must stand for Catholic values and teachings and never waver one iota from them. Today's commentary addresses one such Catholic organization that does not follow Church teachings. Therefore, we must ask ourselves how it can rightfully call itself Catholic.

Groomed for Sodomy
What's Taught to Young Students Today Used to Be Illegal

Judith Reisman
I had just stepped down from the podium after my lecture at an education conference in 1991 when an anxious youngster, about 14, approached me. "Dr. Reisman," she whispered, "could I speak to you for a moment?"

Unmasking the "Ella" Masquerade: Blurring the Line Between Contraception and Abortion

E. Christian Brugger
Pro-lifers are no strangers to the euphemistic tactics of abortion activists. But the new depths to which the FDA has sunk with its recent approval will test their patience. The secret that the Ella establishment doesn't want you to know is this: from a pharmacological perspective, Ella is not an emergency contraceptive (EC). It is an abortion drug.

The Silent Screams of the Children Nobody Hears

Judie Brown
The subject of fetal pain, and the manner in which political operatives within the pro-life movement have handled it, have always been a source of interest and sorrow for me. Now is the perfect time to examine the so-called "fetal pain" proposition from a perspective that is not often discussed - the perspective of the preborn child.

Cloning, Stem Cell Research and Some Historic Parallels

C. Ward Kischer
Too many scientists have called for "therapeutic" cloning, and for use of the "spare" embryos, without thinking through the several consequences, some of which could be devastating. For example, Humpherys, et al., have shown in mice that cloning by nuclear transfer is so inefficient that most clones die. Those that survive often display growth abnormalities. They also examined the embryonic stem cells and found their genome to be "extremely unstable".