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Topics: Rockefeller Foundation

Attending the Abortionists’ Annual Pep Rally



How do abortionists talk when they get together? We went undercover at the International Federation of Professional Abortion and Contraception Associates (FIAPAC) annual meeting of abortionists, clinic workers and champions of abortion-on-demand to find out.

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Can Good Catholics Use Condoms?



“Catholics for Choice?”  “Heretics for Choice” would be a more accurate name for these abortion lobby front groups. 6 January 2010 — Vol. 12/No. 1 Good Catholics use condoms. That is, according to the group Catholics for Choice, who blithely takes a strong stand on abortion and contraception—namely, in favor of them. They even have a web site devoted exclusively to the use of the condom, appropriately named condoms4life.com.  This site states its mission as …

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Illegal Abortion Hot-Lines: A New Attack on the Unborn



The International Planned Parenthood Federation and its allies have come up with a clever new tactic in its war on the unborn.  They have decided to simply ignore existing laws protecting the sanctity of life and set up abortion hot-lines to encourage women to abort themselves. Women who call these hot-lines are told about the abortifacient drug, misoprostol.  They are briefed on how they can obtain it, and how they can use it abort themselves. …

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News from Latin America: Illegal Abortion Hotlines, A New Attack on the Unborn



The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and its allies have come up with a clever new tactic in its war on the unborn. They have decided to simply ignore existing laws protecting the sanctity of life and set up abortion hotlines to encourage women to abort themselves. Women who call these hotlines are told about the abortifacient drug, Misoprostol. They are briefed on how they can obtain it, and how they can use it to …

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Part 2. The Malthusian Delusion and the Origins of Population Control



Note: The following is excerpted from Steven Mosher’s book, Population Control—Real Costs, Illusory Benefits. The first population bomber of the modern age was, by profession at least, ill-suited to the task. The Rev. Thomas Malthus, Anglican clergyman, predicted in 1798 that there would be standing room only on this earth by the Year of Our Lord, 1890. A London talk by Benjamin Franklin had inflamed Malthus’ imagination. The American polymath had proudly proclaimed to his …

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