Thursday, November 17, 2011


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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Planned Parenthood prominent in defeat of Mississippi personhood amendment; celebrating now


Mississippi's recent personhood amendment, which was poised to be the first

in the nation to pass, failed. Why? In part, because many pro-life advocates were duped into believing that a constitutional amendment declaring the humanity of the pre-born would somehow make millions of tiny, innocent children more vulnerable to being killed by abortion. 

Planned Parenthood's social engineering machine was cranked full throttle to
defeat the amendment, spewing lies and sowing doubt among the populace that were, in the end, extremely efficacious.





[ Read the full article here. ]


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Could 'the Pill' raise men's prostate cancer risk?

USA Today          

With the vast increase in the use of the contraceptive pill over the past 40 years, the amount of estrogen entering the water supply may be partly responsible for the increased incidence of prostate cancer around the world, Canadian researchers speculate.  Excess estrogen is known to cause various cancers, and the widespread use of the pill might raise environmental levels of the hormone.

Cincinnati Funds Planned Parenthood Covering Up Child Rape
Life News    

The Cincinnati Board of Health voted unanimously to give a sub-grant of up to $85,000 to the Planned Parenthood abortion business in the area, Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio. This is the same abortion business that was caught covering up a case of sexual abuse of a minor.             


A Thanksgiving gift: mother with aggressive cancer gives birth to healthy baby despite treatment
Life Site News    

Erika believes that a terrible diagnosis while pregnant does not have to pit a mother against her child. "Rachel is the most obvious positive aspect of this journey. She is happy, healthy, very active, and very much a blessing."  Birgit Jones, Erika's mother, thinks that her daughter's story has something to say to sick pregnant mothers who are being told by their doctors that they must choose between their own lives and those of their unborn babies.  "The vast majority of women (and doctors, it seems) simply are not aware of the option of treating cancer while pregnant and that it has been successful for twenty plus years," said Birgit.           


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