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Steve Mosher will be on EWTN tonight discussing Catholic Relief Services



Mr. Steven W. Mosher, president of Population Research Institute, will be speaking tonight on the EWTN show, "The World Over," tonight at 8:00pm Eastern Standard Time (5:00pm for Pacific Standard Time). We encourage you to tune in! Mr. Mosher will discuss the recent controversy surrounding our most recent investigation in Madagscar which uncovered information about Catholic Relief Services. Catholic Relief Services will also have a representative speaking on the show.  (You can catch up on …

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Finally! FOX News to Air Hour-Long Special on Gosnell’s “House of Horrors”



The mainstream media has done an excellent job of completely ignoring the trial of Kermit Gosnell. As everyone knows by now, Gosnell was the Philadelphia abortionist famous for “snipping the spines” of newborns who happened to survive his efforts to abort them. The state health authorities ignored his clinic for 17 long years. Then one of his patients died from a drug overdose. At long last, the authorities decided to come in and take a …

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Earth (is for People) Day: Hear Steven Mosher Online



We at the Population Research Institute will be celebrating Monday, 22 April, as well, but not as “Earth Day.” We will be celebrating it as “Earth is for People Day.”  

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Steve Mosher to Speak at World Congress of Families in Sydney



  Front Royal, VA, 4/10/13 – World Congress of Families VII will take place this May 15-18 in Sydney, Australia. This event will be the largest gathering of pro-family, advocates, activists and scholars anywhere in the world in 2013.  Speakers and organizations representing more than 80 countries will be present, including Steve Mosher, President of Population Research Institute.   “The World Congress of Families is one of the best ways to unite and energize the …

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Steven Mosher to Speak at Regent’s “Endangered Gender” Symposium



Front Royal, VA, 2/12/13 — On Saturday, February 16th, Steven Mosher will be exposing the reality and dangers of sex-selective abortion as part of a Symposium at Regent University Law School, in Virginia Beach, VA.  Mosher, who is the President of the Population Research Institute, is an internationally recognized authority on demographics and population issues. Mosher first encountered Sex-Selective Abortion in China, where it has reached epidemic proportions as a result of pressures generated by …

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Steven Mosher to Testify Against Sex-Selective Abortion before Kansas State Senate Health Committee



Front Royal, VA, 2/8/13 — On Monday, February 11th, Steven Mosher will testify before the Health Committee of the Kansas State Senate in support of SB-141, which bans Sex-Selective Abortion. Mosher, who is the President of the Population Research Institute, is an internationally recognized authority on demographics and population issues. Mosher first encountered Sex-Selective Abortion in China, where it has reached epidemic proportions as a result of pressures generated by the one-child policy. Up to …

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PRI President Urges New Members of Congress to Defund Planned Parenthood



If we want to limit the number of abortions performed in this country, the last thing we should be doing is subsidizing the abortion industry. Yet we are. According to its last annual report, Planned Parenthood received $542 million in funding, or nearly half of its annual revenue, from various government agencies. A big chunk of these dollars comes from a federal “family planning” program known as Title X. This is why Rep. Marsha Blackburn …

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PRI launches new POP101 episode on Megacities!



We at PRI are proud to announce the sixth episode of our highly popular YouTube cartoon series. Called “Urbanization: Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad City?” it talks about why people are crowding into cities in increasing numbers. Over the past hundred years, half the world’s population has moved country to city. Megacities with ten million or more people have sprung up as countrysides have emptied out. But urban overcrowding should not be mistaken for …

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