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July 30, 2016

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Roe V. Wade Was A Form Of Tyranny That Deserves Eternal Hostility
In a radio interview earlier this week, we discussed how some see the tables turned when it comes to abortion—that those who favor limited government “suddenly” want government intervention to forbid abortion, and those who favor expansive government “suddenly” want government to stay out of this “personal” decision. (Of course, how can it be personal since it involves another human being in her womb?)

Activist Brags About Her Abortion At Democrat Convention: It Was A “Compassionate” Decision
NARAL president Ilyse Hogue spoke to the Democratic national convention on Wednesday and bragged about the abortion she had. She claims the abortion was the “best decision” for her — ignoring whether it was int he best interests of her unborn child to take his or her life. Hogue eventually called the decision a “compassionate” one.

Fracking Industry Dumping Radioactive Waste In Landfills, Exposing Homes And Schools To Cancer-causing Chemicals
Most of us want to think of our homes and schools as safe places where families can pass time with minimal exposure to danger. Unfortunately, some residents and school students in Irvine, Kentucky, have suddenly found themselves in an environment more akin to Chernobyl than Appalachian Kentucky.

The Gnosticism Of Barack Obama
Gnosticism is “existence in rebellion against God and man.” Gnostic ideology, which for Voegelin included Marxism, precipitates a “gnostic rebellion” whereby God becomes solely identified as a category of human consciousness. Once this step is taken, the “god of consciousness” can then be remade or simply “unmade,” thereby opening the way for a complete makeover of man, woman, and society.

Conscientious Objection, Conscience Rights And Workplace Discrimination
The tragic cases of Nancy Cruzan and Christine Busalacchi , young Missouri women who were claimed to be in a “persistent vegetative state” and starved and dehydrated to death, outraged those of us in Missouri Nurses for Life and we took action.

Hospital Stops Abortions After Every Single Doctor Signs Pledge Refusing To Do Them
A hospital in Poland has stopped doing abortions after every single physician there signed a pledge refusing to do them. This good news is a lesson for the United States and other countries where abortion is legal — that getting doctors to stand up for life and the Hippocratic Oath is a method of protecting women and unborn children even within the confines of legalized abortion.

100,000 Panamanians March Against UN-style Sex Ed
A hundred thousand Panamanians took to their capital city’s streets to oppose a new national bill that would introduce both sexuality education and gender ideology into their schools.

Japan’s Population Woes
As we reported at the beginning of the year, the Japanese population is officially shrinking at a fast rate.

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Ethical Perspectives

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New! Margaret Sanger's Negro Project Is Alive and Well

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Planned Parenthood does not want you to know that genocide is not only prevalent, but is pushed on a daily basis in our country.

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Step by step, our lives are being absorbed by technology.

A hospice in the wom

Carolyn Moynihan
In a Melbourne maternity hospital last month a very shocking event occurred. A healthy, 32-week-old, wanted, unborn child was killed by a lethal injection when the sonographer performing the procedure mistook the child for its unhealthy twin. When the mistake was realised, the mother had an emergency caesarean section and the sick child was also terminated, according to news reports The whole tragic episode left the mother traumatised and everybody involved distraught.

"And Husbands, Submit to Your Wives"

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The dynamics of mutual subjection, cooperation, service, and love of husband and wife yoked to each other as a couple, do not operate in a grid pattern like computer software. Characters differ, circumstances differ, cultures differ. Yet mutual submission works universally.

Women Are Three Times More Likely To Die After An Abortion, New Study

*Offsite Article
The study, completed by researchers from the National Research and Development Center for Welfare and Health in Finland, shows that the long held presumption that abortion is associated with fewer deaths than childbirth does not hold up once the pregnancy history of women is actually investigated using record linkage. Previously, it has been widely assumed that the mortality rate associated with abortion was only one-sixth that of childbirth. But those estimates were based primarily on information gathered only from death certificates or other public records. Proper identification of pregnancy history, the researchers found, reveals that the death rate associated with abortion is actually three times higher than that of childbirth.

Chinese 'baby boom' yet to materialise

Shannon Roberts
When China relaxed its one child policy late last year onlookers around the world expected a cultural shift. The Chinese government and investors predicted a baby boom, with government officials making the application process cumbersome lest too many people apply at once.

Marriage and AIDS in Africa

Carolyn Moynihan
Here's a question of special relevance to regions where there is a high incidence of HIV/AIDS -- in particular, sub-Saharan Africa: Does marriage protect a person against the disease? An editorial published in the official Zimbabwean newspaper, The Herald, this week scoffs at the idea, saying, "Nothing could be further from the truth."