Friday, July 29, 2011

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Friday, July 29, 2011
Obama's Supposititious Facts

Judie BrownWith taxpayer money funding abortions and now, possibly, contraception as well, it seems like the steady decline into immorality will never end. Those who advocate this funding state that the abortion rate will decrease, but they fail to realize that babies are, in fact, killed as a result of the use of the birth control pill. Read today's commentary for Judie Brown's insights into this.    


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U.N. wants to make abortion a human right for 10-year-olds

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Y-PEER, a youth initiative of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), has issued a call to make access to abortion and contraception an international human right for children as young as 10 years old. The U.N.-affiliated group also issued what U.N. analysts say is a call for the decriminalization of prostitution and drug use, and for "confidentiality" in health-care services for youth.                       

Top paid Planned Parenthood abortionist suspended in California over alcohol abuse  

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On July 25, the California Medical Board issued an "interim suspension order" against a contract abortionist for Planned Parenthood. Earlier this year, Doctor Jesse James Joplin had been placed on probation for seven years. The conditions of Joplin's probation provided that he abstain completely from the use of alcohol, submit to random urine tests four times a month, submit to a psychiatric evaluation and undergo psychotherapy, submit to monitoring by an independent physician and not engage in the solo practice of medicine, not supervise physician assistants, and "obey all laws." 
Pro-abort judicial nominee blocked by U.S. Senate now tapped for California high court

Life Site News       

A pro-abortion law professor who was considered so radically liberal by U.S. lawmakers that his appeals court nomination was blocked by the U.S. Senate, is now headed for the California Supreme Court.                  

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