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Topics: Huffington Post

Legislation Banning Sex Selective Abortion Gains Momentum



The 31 May vote on PreNDA was a Pyrrhic victory—for the pro-abortion movement. You would think that any piece of legislation that wins a 246-168 majority of the votes of the House of Representatives would be on a fast track to become law. Passing pro-life legislation though, whether it be the earlier ban on partial-birth abortion, or the Prenatal Non-Discrimination Act (PreNDA)–a bill to make it unlawful to perform or coerce a sex-selection abortion–is never …

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Radical Environmentalists Disclaim Responsibility for Eco-Terrorist James Lee



Yesterday at the Discovery Channel offices in Maryland, environmental activist James Jay Lee took company employees hostage, threatening to kill them unless the media outlet agreed to turn itself into a propaganda channel for population control.

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Old Media Misses the Mark As Youngsters March



Of course, ignoring the largest continuing protest in American history has become the status quo for most news sources, but this year many seemed to go out of their way to get things wrong. Vol. 12/No. 4 My wife has a sort of faux-award that she occasionally bestows, called the “Golden Eyeball Award.” It is presented to people who, for some reason or another, inexplicably miss seeing something that is sitting directly in front of …

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President’s Page: Does the World Need A Global Population Control Agency?



Overpopulation hysteria has real world consequences. One of these is a United Nations population control agency that goes by the name of the U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA). Started in 1969 following a massive lobbying effort by billionaire John D. Rockefeller III, the UNFPA claims to work to “reduce poverty and to ensure that every pregnancy is wanted, every birth is safe, every young person is free of HIV/AIDS, and every girl and woman is treated …

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The Huffington Post Gets It Wrong—Again; PRI Responds With Facts



If you read The Huffington Post, then you’re probably aware of the fact that, on Tuesday, December 2, 2008, The Huffington Post published an article bitterly attacking our organization. The article focused on our ongoing investigations of the U.N. Population Fund’s (UNFPA’s) activities in China, which have cost that organization hundreds of millions of dollars in lost funding. PRI suggests a new name for The Huffington Post, given its predilection for writing puff pieces for …

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Huffington Post Attacks PRI, PRI Responds with Video



Front Royal, VA, 12/04/08 – The pro-life Population Research Institute (PRI) has released a short video responding to a vicious attack by the Huffington Post.The article, entitled "The Pro-Lie Movement Targets Hillary," was written by Cristina Page and appeared in the Huffington Post on December 2, 2008. It specifically targets PRI’s work against the UNFPA; calling PRI Bush’s "fanatical base," whose "swirly-eyed lunacy" led a gullible administration around by the nose.PRI’s video response, which features …

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The Huffington Post Gets It Wrong–Again



19 November 2008 — Vol. 10/ No. 49 If you read The Huffington Post, then you’re probably aware of the fact that, on Tuesday, December 2nd, The Huffington Post published an article bitterly attacking our organization. The article focused on our ongoing investigations of the UN Population Fund’s (UNFPA’s) activities in China, which have cost that organization hundreds of millions of dollars in lost funding. The article by Cristina Page, insultingly entitled “The Pro-Lie Movement …

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