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- Parenting Freedom nails wealthy, father-of-5 population control advocate Ted Turner on his hypocrisy. Turner espouses China’s 1-child rule for everyone, especially the poor. Eugenics, anyone?
- At Judie Brown’s blog, Fr. Raymond J. de Souza discusses the contradiction between Obama’s legislation replacing the words “mentally retarded” with something less “harsh,” and our actions toward those with Down Syndrome:
We insist that harsh words are not used in regard to the mentally
disabled, but the most lethal words today in medicine are those that
announce Down’s syndrome. It is far better to be diagnosed with terminal
cancer as an adult than to be diagnosed with Down’s syndrome as an
unborn baby. No cancer has a 90% death rate within a month.
- Big Blue Wave comments on a study of mothers who kill and the ambivalence of society toward them.
- ProWomanProLife discusses the “children at any cost” mentality of surrogacy and its relation to the abortion culture:
I can’t shake the idea that surrogacy and desperate attempts to
conceive are intimately connected to our abortion-friendly culture,
which seems counter-intuitive, really. At one end you have someone who
really wants life, and at the other, the person who kills.
But in the end, it seems, control is the unifying factor: We don’t have babies when we don’t want to, but when we do – come hell or high water, we will have them.
Bryan Kemper Many pro life blogs commented on the abortion friendly MTV premiere of No Easy Decision but Bryan picked up on something ..."One very telling feature of the show was that it played without commercial interruption; this is not normal for MTV. This show was obviously funded by someone or some organization with an agenda; a very deadly agenda."
- Vital Signs features Erase the Need comments on the new regs starting Jan. 1 that doctors can bill the govt. to meet annually elderly patients to help them design an end-of-life treatment plans.
" As I have pointed out in past blogs, in other countries which have legalized assisted suicide, it has been proven that many elderly people have been pressured and coerced into death against their will."