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Topics: political correctness

Nigerian Women Don’t Want What the U.S. is Peddling



                      With a population of 177 million, Nigeria has long been a target of population controllers. It is listed in NSSM 200, the infamous Nixon/Kissinger document which launched the war on people, as a country of special concern. As such, it has gotten more than its share of the abortifacients, sterilizing agents, and contraceptives that the American government has poured into Africa over the past …

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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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Restricting Women’s Rights



18 Aug 2006     Vol. 8 / No. 32 Dear Colleague: What is more restrictive of women’s rights, taking away abortion-on-demand or taking away unborn girls’ lives? Steven W. Mosher President Restricting Women’s Rights Western feminists insist that women have the right to abort an unborn child for any reason they choose, at any point in pregnancy, and this indeed is the law of the land in America as invented by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1973.  …

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Signs of Hope



June 9, 2006 Volume 8 / Number 22 Signs of Hope Dear Colleague: In the midst of demographic decline, there are indications of possible renewal. Steven W. Mosher President In this space, we often criticize and warn.  This time, we will point to some signs of hope and progress, at least in media discourse and people’s mentalities, on demographic issues.  The crisis of falling birthrates worldwide continues to get more and more attention from pundits and …

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Catholics, Bush, and the Dictator of Relativism



April 11, 2006 Volume 8 / Number 15 Catholics, Bush, & the Dictatorship of Relativism Pope and President have taken a stand against the dictatorship of relativism, as did the Bishop of Madison, Wis. at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast. Have you? Steven W. Mosher President Only in its third year, the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast has become one of the premier events for Catholics in the nation. Close to 2,000 people attended this year’s …

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