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PRI Attacked by the Radical Southern Poverty Law Center



What could be as innocuous as a world gathering to promote family life and values? Is there anything less threatening than kids being raised by a loving mom and dad? Not according to the radical left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). No, for SPLC marriage and family values are hateful and homophobic. In a smear piece released prior to the World Congress of Families (WCF) in Salt Lake City, SPLC attempts to malign a whole …

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China’s One-Child Policy Toll Reaches 400 Million



In answer to a question from Congressman Tim Huelskamp, a Chinese official has admitted that China’s population control program has cost 400 million lives, a number greater than that of the population of the United States.

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China to End One-Child Policy in 2015 Because of Labor Shortages! (But Not Really)



I have long wondered what it would take for the Chinese Communist Party to abandon the one-child policy that it instituted back in 1980 when I was first in China. Now we know. It certainly wasn’t the bitter complaints of the Chinese people about this assault on their families and children that changed the Party’s collective mind. The Party has never shied away from imposing its will on the people it controls. Indeed, it believes, …

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For the Record…



“A pro-family organization has done extensive research into birthrates around the world and has concluded that if the Western world wants to survive, it better start having more children. The Population Research institute (PRI) says virtually every Western or Westernized nation on the planet is slowly dying off because birthrates have fallen below the 21child-per-woman replacement level. “PRI spokesman Joseph D’Agostino says for the most part, only Muslims have high birthrates. ‘It’s because Christians and …

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Global Monitor



Pro-Life Portuguese Fight Abortion Legalization In Portugal, the pro-abortion forces managed to prompt a new referendum on abortion. Portuguese pro-lifers are under the most massive attack ever with a coalition of-political parties fighting against them. The anti-lifers have gone so far as to hire a communications expert who works in the print and TV media. The parties involved represent more than 80% of the Parliament. Pro-lifers are busy coordinating efforts against the referendum. In hopes …

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For the Record…



“Colombia is their latest victim, and Joseph D’Agostino with the Population Research Institute says it won’t be the last. “‘This legalization of abortion in Colombia by this court is just another step for the culture of death that is actually on the path to exterminating the human race in the Western world.’ “In fact, many of those countries, including Colombia, show declining birthrates with Mexico now below replacement rate.” Kim Trobee, “Columbia’s First Abortion Leaves …

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Shortage of Young Americans As Population Growth Slows



Population Research Institute For Immediate Release Contact: Joseph D’Agostino October 17, 2006 540-622-5240 x 204 Shortage of Young Americans As Population Growth Slows FRONT ROYAL, Va. – America’s population reached 300 million this morning, but there is a shortage of young people in this country.  ” Since 1975, the proportion of Americans between the ages of 15 and 24, those who are about to enter or who have just entered the workforce, has been in …

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Hu Gets the Red Carpet, the Rest Gets Ignored



Hu Jintao, dictator of Communist China, received all the trappings of a state visit in April from President Bush, who ignored China’s systematic human rights abuses beyond making some vague statements about “respecting human rights and the freedoms of the Chinese people.” As expected, Bush got nothing from China, which continues to receive all the privileges she desires — whether it be crushing people of faith at home or flooding the American market with cheap …

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