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Topics: Homosexual Movement

Pro-Family Voices Defend Rights of the Family at the Organization of American States

This past June 19th, Population Research Institute’s Sergio Burga Álvarez delivered an address before the ambassadors at the 47th Regular Session of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Cancun, Mexico. Burga, representing the “Coalition of Democracy and Human Rights,” expressed the sentiment of 670 parliamentarians from various Latin American countries, calling on the OAS to abide by the terms and limits of its mandate and to cease promoting gender ideology on sovereign Member …

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Pro-Life Provisions In Hungarian Constitution Shock EU

I was praying before the tomb of the great Cardinal Mindszenty in his cathedral at Esztergom, when I heard the news that his beloved Hungary had passed a new, pro-life constitution. The Cardinal, who took sanctuary in the U.S. Embassy for 16 years after Soviet troops crushed the Hungarian Uprising of 1956, would be proud. Steven Mosher

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U.S. Embassy Helps Gay Activists Push Agenda in Lima

One of the items on the OAS’s agenda for that meeting was to push a homosexual viewpoint on sexual orientation and make tolerance of that view “binding” through the speedy passage of authoritative resolutions. Vol. 12/No. 19 Back in June, PRI’s Latin American representative, Carlos Polo, wrote about a meeting of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Lima.  The OAS, whose purported mission is to “deal with threats, traditional and new, that affect the …

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Hillary Clinton in Lima Pushes Abortion, Gay Agenda

Latin America has many problems, but these seem to be taking a back seat to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s full-throated promotion of abortion and other leftist causes. Vol. 12/No. 15 From June 6 to June 8 of this year, Member States of the Organization of American States (OAS) met in Lima, Peru, and declared once again their “commitment to peace, security and cooperation” among its members. The reality is quite different. Those who look …

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Is Social Security Doomed by Contraception and Abortion?

In the July/August, 1996 issue of Culture Wars, I published an article, “Contracepting Social Security,” that used the Social Security Trustees’ reports to document how artificially reduced birthrates had seriously injured Social Security solvency. In that article, I argued that the key to the Ponzi functioning of the Social Security system, and financing of deficits, is an ever-expanding population base. Yet the breakdown of traditional family morality under the influence of sexually permissive thinkers, degenerate …

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Political Correctness, Paradox and Silence

When the London terrorist bombings occurred in July 2005, Jack Cashill, author of a penetrating analysis into the radical politicization of Western elites entitled Hoodwinked (Nelson, 2005), made a public bet. He stated that he would personally buy the uncut version of Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11, a film he intensely detested, if politically correct spin — of blaming the attacks on America — did not start within a few days of the bombings. Cashill did …

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For the Record…

“In its May 6 ‘Weekly Briefing,’ the Population Research Institute (PRI) warned of an obviously growing totalitarian trend among homosexual activists who wish to silence all freedom of religion and speech pertaining to criticism of homosexuality. “Joseph D’Agostino, PRI’s vice president for communications, writes in the briefing that ‘today’s homosexual “rights” activists are determined to impose upon Western society a neopaganism that is anti-life, anti-family, and anti-religious, and they actively seek to punish those who …

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Global Monitor

Brits and Abortion Despite what Planned Parenthood and other anti-life organizations would like us to believe, many adults in Britain believe the number of abortions being performed in their country should be reduced, according to a poll by Communicate Research for Choose Life. Surprising some critics, the poll found that 53% of those responding said they believe the number of abortions in Britain is too high. Abortion has been legal in Britain since 1967. Currently, …

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