The following are some of the highlights from the daily email briefing about news and events, which I send out to some of my friends and contacts (if you’re interested in subscribing to the daily mailing, leave your email address in the comments box):
Try to imagine a world without abortion, and what it would be like. Can we go there please?
Our 100% pro-abortion President lauds the anniversary of the iniquitous legal usurpation that permitted the destruction of an entire class of human beings.
Meanwhile, the Catholic pro-life Speaker of the House has a different perspective on the anniversary, and has plans to do something about it.
The Newsletter of the Cult of Moloch, er, I mean the Times, publishes a snide opinion piece about the abortion rate in NYC that winds up with a sympathetic look at a late-term abortionist. All the callous indifference of the Culture of Death that’s fit to print.
Anti-euthanasia hero Wesley Smith warns us of the looming threat of health care rationing.
Kathryn Jean Lopez suggests a nice target for the Tea Party — cutting abortion funding in the federal budget. Proving her point, an obscure change in the Medicaid rules will produce greater “access” (i.e., government spending) for contraceptives, which will inevitably lead to more abortions.
Sobering summary of the true costs of egg donation on women and on the human beings in embryonic stage who are lost in the process.
This is how it is in modern Ireland — Franciscans of the Renewal friars pray outside of a “family planning” center, are vilified on the radio as a result. How does that go, “Blessed are those who are persecuted…”?
It’s pretty well established that divorce is bad for kids. Yet another study shows that it’s worse for boys than girls. So what does our state do? That’s right — it passes a “no-fault” divorce law last year, which makes divorce easier, with no regard to the best interests of children.
This is really neat — a time-lapsed video of the March for Life.
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