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Huffington Post Attacks PRI, PRI Responds with Video



Front Royal, VA, 12/04/08 – The pro-life Population Research Institute (PRI) has released a short video responding to a vicious attack by the Huffington Post.The article, entitled "The Pro-Lie Movement Targets Hillary," was written by Cristina Page and appeared in the Huffington Post on December 2, 2008. It specifically targets PRI’s work against the UNFPA; calling PRI Bush’s "fanatical base," whose "swirly-eyed lunacy" led a gullible administration around by the nose.PRI’s video response, which features …

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PRI to President-Elect Obama: Don’t Fund Forced Abortion



Front Royal, VA, 11/11/08 – The Population Research Institute, whose groundbreaking investigation in China led the Bush administration to cut funding to the U.N. Population Fund for the past seven years, stands by its accusation that the UNFPA was—and is—involved in coercive abortions in China.</p > “Our investigation remains valid,” says Colin Mason, PRI’s media director. “We put boots on the ground, and made the results available to anyone who wanted them. Those who would …

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Steven Mosher to Oppose Sex-selective Abortion at Upcoming Press Conference



Front Royal, VA, 09/19/08 – Steven W. Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute and pro-life leader, will speak on the need to ban sex-selective abortions in the United States. Says Mosher, "The practice of sex-selective abortion, which is common in certain Asian-American communities, invariably targets unborn baby girls. This is the deadliest form of discrimination imaginable, and one which surveys show 86% of the American people firmly oppose."At the press conference, Congressman Trent Franks …

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For the Record …



Editor’s Note: Thanks to the tireless efforts of Colin Mason, our Director of media Production and de facto public relations officer, PRI has received unprecedented coverage in print, on the radio, on television, and across the blogosphere. The following is but a taste of PRI’s appearance in the public eye. Steve Mosher, an expert colleague of SPUC and the president of the Population Research Institute (PRI), has written a very information [sic] piece about World …

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Pro-Aborts Caught in the Act: YouTube Censors Pro-Life Video



By now, most Americans are familiar with YouTube. The online video provider, which is now owned by Google, has enabled millions of Americans to post their own videos on the Internet for all to see. It is an equal opportunity outlet for would-be film producers, operating without censorship — or is it? Recently we at PRI learned that You-Tube has taken down the video of PRI’s Carlos Polo interviewing “The Decency Gap” producer Eve Reinhardt. …

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Pro-Life Leader Blames Feminist Groups for Slaughter of Girls



Front Royal, VA, 07/24/08 – Steven Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute (PRI), says that America has a hidden problem of sex discrimination, but a form of discrimination that feminists refuse to address.In PRI’s latest YouTube video, Mosher decries the practice, common in East and South Asian countries, of sex-selective abortion. According to the United Nations, this practice has already claimed the lives of over 100 million girls worldwide. The video goes on to …

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YouTube Replaces Censored Video



Front Royal, VA, 07/08/08 – Following a wave of complaints from pro-lifers, YouTube has restored both the Spanish and English versions of a pro-life video that was censored from their website several days ago on false grounds.The video, edited and posted by the Catholic News Agency, shows PRI affiliate Carlos Polo in conversation with pro-abortion activist Eve Reinhardt. Reinhardt had obtained an interview with Polo by assuring him that she was impartial and balanced. Polo, …

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YouTube Censors PRI Investigative Video



Front Royal, VA, 07/02/08 – YouTube.com, in what the Population Research Institute (PRI) is calling a case of blatant censorship, has removed a video from its website for the sole reason that it criticizes a pro-abortion journalist.The video, edited and posted by the Catholic News Agency, shows PRI affiliate Carlos Polo in conversation with pro-abortion activist Eve Reinhardt. Reinhardt had obtained an interview with Polo by assuring him that she was impartial and balanced. Polo, …

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