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Immigrants Flood Into Europe



“It doesn’t matter if we Spaniards do not have enough children, as long as foreign migrants come to Spain and have kids here,” the head of a major conservative Spanish think tank said to me a couple of years ago. I had suggested to him that the center-right Partido Popular—now the governing party in Spain—promote pro-natal policies. But can immigration really make up for Spain’s growing birth deficit? Since 2011, when we had our conversation, …

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Ellen Sauerbrey Pressured by EU Politicians and Pro-Choice Group



The Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration, Ellen Sauerbrey, has long been a friend of Life and the natural family. This has made her a target for those who are not. Secretary Sauerbrey recently received a harshly worded letter signed by 19 European Union politicians, which urged her not to attend this year’s World Congress on Families IV. The World Congress, to be held in Warsaw from May 11–13, is a perfectly …

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Ellen Sauerbrey Pressured by EU Politicians and Pro-Choice Group



23 April 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 14 Dear Colleague, Leftist advocates of "tolerance" have just pushed intolerance to new heights: They want to prevent Bush Administration officials who advocate the sanctity of life, the importance of marriage, and the centrality of the family in human history from meeting with like-minded groups. Steven W. Mosher President      Ellen Sauerbrey Pressured by EU Politicians and Pro-Choice Group The Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and …

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Population Research Institute Responds to Attack by Left-wing Members of European Parliament



On March 28, 2007, Ellen Sauerbrey, Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration, received a letter signed by 19 EU politicians urging her to withdraw from this year’s World Congress on Families, to be held in Warsaw, May 11–13. The politicians cited the supposedly "extremist and intolerant views held by some participants and attendees" as reasons why she should stay away, going on to attack Population Research Institute and its President, Steven W. …

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Feminism’s Triumph: The Extermination of Women



In the last two years, international organizations and Asian nations have stepped up their efforts to eliminate selective abortions, which have created a massive dearth of girls in many nations over the past 20 years. With the new year, some new statistics have been released. The result of these efforts? The sex imbalance continues to worsen, not improve, thanks to the ever-increasing spread of cheap abortion and ultrasound technology into more and more areas of …

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Motherless Russia



“In general, Russia suffers from a frightening poverty in the sphere of facts and a frightening wealth of all types of arguments,” wrote Chekhov in a letter to a friend. Now, Russia suffers from a destructive poverty of a sort that she has not in a long time, of people, while she continues to groan under an increasing surfeit of social and domestic problems. Previous would-be conquerors of Russia such as Napoleon and Hitler failed …

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Suicide of the West?



17 November 2006     Vol. 8 / No. 45 Dear Colleague: Earlier this year we sent Joseph A. D’Agostino to Rome where, among other activities, he interviewed two Vatican prelates. Here is what they had to say about the life issues and demographics. Suicide of the West? It is said that civilizations die more often by suicide than by murder.  Decades ago, James Burnham wrote Suicide of the West about the nature of liberalism which, with its …

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Interviews with Vatican Leaders: Suicide of the West?



It is said that civilizations die more often by suicide than by murder. Decades ago, James Burnham wrote Suicide of the West about the nature of liberalism which, with its refusal to value any substantive thing over any other, is the ideology of suicide. He wrote the book in the context of the struggle against Communism, a struggle which, contrary to what many believe, is far from over. Today, the Christian-descended world again faces a …

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