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Fourth Episode of Overpopulation Cartoon Series



It’s here! The creative team at PRI has released the fourth episode of our highly popular YouTube cartoon series. The latest video is available for viewing at overpopulationisamyth.com, or by visiting PRI’s YouTube page here. The video tackles the root causes of poverty and how to alleviate it (hint: overpopulation is not the cause of poverty). All of this, while retaining the wry, humorous tone of its predecessors. The series, which has garnered more than …

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As Elections Draw Near, PRI Releases Groundbreaking Video



As November 2nd approaches, the Population Research Institute has released a factual video about Obamacare, and how it affects abortion funding in the United States. The video is groundbreaking for a number of reasons. The video, entitled Obamacare: The Facts On Abortion, relies heavily on legal research done by the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), research that details the many ways that Obamacare will lead to expanded abortion coverage across the nation. Since NRLC’s …

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Expert Condemns Late-Term Forced Abortion in Chinese City



Forced abortions have always been the enforcement mechanism of last resort for the one-child policy. Hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of late-term abortions happen every year in China. The forced abortion recorded in the link below is unusual because it was captured on film by a camera crew and posted on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmfBA6KhAfg When the woman in the video was found to be pregnant with an illegal second child, a dozen family planning officials …

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PRI Follows Up Overpopulation Cartoon with Second in Series



PRI has released the second in its series of short, humorous YouTube cartoons designed to refute the myth of overpopulation.  Click here to watch PRI’s hilarious new cartoon! Vol. 12/No. 5 PRI has released the second in its series of short, humorous YouTube cartoons designed to refute the myth of overpopulation.  Click here to watch PRI’s hilarious new cartoon! This short cartoon is the sequel to the cartoon released in the middle of last year …

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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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POP 101: Getting the Word Out to Tens of Thousands: PRI Adds Animation to Pro-Life Arsenal



As far as we know, we are the only pro-life group with its own cartoon. We think this is something worth bragging about. As of this writing, the first episode in PRI’s mini-cartoon series, entitled “Overpopulation: The Making of a Myth,” has garnered over 50,000 views. Of course, anything less than a million views is not a landslide by YouTube standards, but this healthy (and steadily growing) number represents real interest — interest that is …

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August 03 — PRI’s New Video Maddens and Delights, Alternately



03 August 2009 — Vol. 12/No. 23 Have you seen this video yet? As of Monday, the first episode in PRI’s mini-cartoon series, entitled “Overpopulation: The Making of a Myth,” had garnered over 27,000 views. Of course, anything less than a million views is not a landslide by YouTube standards, but this healthy (and steadily growing) number represents real interest—interest that is being fed by dozens of blogs and web sites that have picked up …

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Group Releases Humorous Cartoon to Illustrate Overpopulation Myth



Front Royal, VA, 07/27/09 – The Population Research Institute, a pro-life research group based in Front Royal, VA, has released the first in a series of humorous cartoons intended to disprove the myth of overpopulation. This video, a minute and a half long, deftly refutes common misconceptions about world population, poverty, resource consumption, and the United Nations. “We wanted it to be accessible,” says PRI’s Joseph Powell, who developed the project and did most of …

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