Mosher, Steven
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Steven Mosher has served as director of the Asian Studies Center at the Claremont Institute in Southern California, and as member of the U.S. Commission on Broadcasting to the People's Republic of China. His is the author of the well and widely-reviewed Broken Earth: The Rural Chinese; Journey to the Forbidden China, and A Mother's Ordeal: One Woman's Fight Against China's One Child Policy. His articles have appeared in Reader's Digest, The Wall Street Journal, and other major magazines and newspapers. He has appeared on 60 Minutes, The Today Show, Firing Line and The Merv Griffin Show. He lectures extensively in the United States and abroad. He also became executive director of the Population Research Institute that carries out research on population, development and environmental issues in the sciences, the professions and in areas of public policy.



Currently showing only those Articles posted in: 2017

New! Canadian Government Will Spend $650 Million on Abortion, Contraception, and Sex Ed

In commemoration of International Women's Day, the Canadian Government announced this morning that it will be spending $650 million CAD (approximately $480 million U.S. dollars) over the next three years for abortion and "sexual and reproductive health" in foreign aid programs.

Date posted: 2017-04-28

New! Infant Mortality in the U.S. Falls to Lowest Levels Ever

Infant mortality is on the decline in the United States, a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveals.

Date posted: 2017-04-19

New! President Trump Ends Funding for U.N. Population Control Agency

The U.S. will cease funding the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) - the notorious U.N. agency that has been the chief international cheerleader for, and financial supporter of, China's repressive "Planned Birth" policies from their beginning.

Date posted: 2017-04-17

Speakers at Vatican Symposium Take Wrong Approach to Population and Development

Among the more notorious controversial figures invited to participate at the Vatican workshop was none other than Stanford University professor Paul Ehrlich, the world-famous author of The Population Bomb and longtime advocate of population control.

Date posted: 2017-03-18

China Offers Free IUD Removal to Cries of Outrage

Chinese Party-State's offer to remove the IUDs it forcibly implanted in women is too little and comes too late for those who have already lost their children, their health and, in some cases, their very lives.

Date posted: 2017-03-10

Norway Becomes Tenth Country to Pledge Support for Global Abortion Fund

Following Trump funding cut, dying European countries rush to fund abortion worldwide

Date posted: 2017-03-10

Nominate a Pro-Life Champion, President Trump!

Pro-Lifers and Presidents have been betrayed by Supreme Court picks before

Date posted: 2017-02-15

House Bill on No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Is Stronger than Hyde Amendment

H.R. 7 goes even further than Hyde in blocking taxpayer funding for abortion. The bill would also prevent federally owned or operated health care facilities from performing abortions and would prohibit physicians and other health care workers employed by the federal government from performing abortion when working in their capacity as government employees.

Date posted: 2017-02-06

Duterte Ignores Supreme Court, Orders Action on Controversial Reproductive Health Law

Executive Order Issued by Philippine President Threatens to Create Constitutional Crisis.

Date posted: 2017-01-24

Indian State Proposes A Two-Child Limit for Government Employees

A state in northeast India, is currently considering a bill which would impose a two-child limit on all government employees. If an employee will have more than two children while on job, that particular employee will lose his or her job.

Date posted: 2017-01-20

The Castro Regime: Repression of the Rights to Life and Liberty

Freedom is never free. The passing of Fidel Castro is a keen reminder that many liberties so often taken for granted in the West, even as they are rapidly diminishing in the face of radical secularism, are still not a given for many.

Date posted: 2017-01-17