Monthly Archives: December 2011

The tragedy of abortion

An Australian mother pregnant with twins was advised to abort one of the babies because the baby had a congenital heart defect. She was told that his heart defect would require years of operations if the baby survived. 32 weeks … Continue reading

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Sex Selection Abortion

The truth about sex-selection abortion A book titled ‘Unnatural Selection: Choosing Boys Over Girls and the Consequences of a World Full of Men’ addresses the issue of sex-selection abortion. Choosing boys over girls has led to “163 million missing women”, … Continue reading

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Dutch Doctors: Euthanasia for babies Okay but not circumcision.

Euthanasia advocates in the Netherlands have proposed the ‘euthanasia flying squad’. This would involve vans travelling to patients’ homes so that patients could die in their own home instead of in hospital. This has not yet become practice or policy … Continue reading

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Another former Planned parenthood employee now involved in pro-life movement

Sue Thayer who worked for Planned Parenthood in Iowa was fired by her former employer over a dispute about abortion. Sue was hired at the clinic in 1991 as a Family Planning Assistant. The clinic did not perform abortions. She … Continue reading

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Abortion and Planned Parenthood

In a Washington Examiner article dated November 22, 2011, a woman describes the awakening she had when, after getting involved with a Planned Parenthood clinic in 1997 because she believed she would be helping women access safe and affordable health … Continue reading

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Royal Society of Canada recommends legalizing assisted suicide and euthanasia.

No surprise here! It was expected that the Royal Society of Canada would pronounce itself in favour of euthanasia and assisted suicide since five of the six panel members were known euthanasia supporters. This Royal Society of Canada ‘expert’ panel was … Continue reading

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