20
SEP
2018

Two views of human rights: Exclusive or inclusive?

By Paul Stark Human embryos and fetuses are living human organisms. They are members of the species Homo sapiens at the earliest stages of their lives. But many people believe that these human beings in utero do not have a right to life. Why not? Because they are different from the

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20
SEP
2018

Amend law to allow organ donor euthanasia, say Canadian doctors

The first shot in a terrifying revolution in medical ethics By Michael Cook Canadian legislation and medical protocols need to be tweaked to allow euthanasia with organ donation, according to an opinion piece in the New England Journal of Medicine. Two doctors from Western Universi

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20
SEP
2018

China Begins “Mobilizing the Masses” to Reproduce

Young Party members ordered to “lead by example” to achieve a “two-child family regime” By Steven W. Mosher When the Chinese Communist Party implemented a “comprehensive two-child policy” in early 2016, outside observers assumed that it would be

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20
SEP
2018

Australian man had 1.4 million reasons to assist the suicide of his wife

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition The Supreme Court in Brisbane, Australia, is hearing the case of Graham Robert Morant (69) who has been charged for assisting the suicide of his wife Jennifer Morant (58) in 2014. According to prosecuto

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20
SEP
2018

Neurologist: Both preborn and premature babies feel pain

By Sarah Terzo Dr. Paul Ranalli, Professor of Neurology at the University of Toronto, has stated, in reference to the pain felt by premature babies: “The only difference between a child in the womb at this stage or one born and therefore in an incubator, is how they receive o

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19
SEP
2018

Did Andrew Welden act alone in 2013 when he gave his pregnant girlfriend an abortifacient?

By Dave Andrusko Besides being immensely tragic, there was always something that didn’t sound right in the case of John Andrew Welden, who as you may recall, slipped an abortifacient to Remee Jo Lee, his pregnant girlfriend, in 2013. Facing a murder charge made possible by th

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19
SEP
2018

NPR won’t even accept a description of Kermit Gosnell as an “abortion doctor”

By Dave Andrusko Four years in the making, Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer (which will be in theaters October 12) knows all about obstacles and overcoming them. As we have reported many times in the past, the first attempt by co-producers Ann McElhinney

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19
SEP
2018

How the sound of children made an ordinary day extraordinary

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation There I was sitting in my office on an ordinary Monday morning, when I heard the sound of vivacious voices bubbling down from the top of the ramp. In short order, not one, not two, but five children fro

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19
SEP
2018

The cutest thing you’ll watch all day: 50 moms sing with their kids who have Down syndrome

By Texas Right to Life Earlier this year, a group of mothers collaborated in a heartwarming video that sends an important message. The music video filmed in the style of Carpool Karaoke features 50 moms with their four-year-olds who have Down syndrome. The video highlights the

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19
SEP
2018

Why Pregnancy Help Centers Matter in the Aftermath of Florence

By Katie Franklin As Hurricane Florence battered the Carolinas and Virginia this past week, area pregnancy centers hung tight through the storm to continue serving families in need, even if in a more limited capacity. In anticipation of the storm, the Pregnancy Help Center of Chest

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