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Friday, December 27, 2013

Pro-life blog buzz 12-27-13

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by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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Big Blue Wave discusses a study on the effects of sex selection in Taiwan. The study seems to suggest that since the girls that manage to make it to birth are treated to a university education, there is no problem.

The Guiding Star Project shares the story of a board member who struggled with infertility and miscarriage until she found a doctor who used natural procreative technology (NaPro).

Secular Pro-Life features their top ten graphics for this year.

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition posts an article by Wesley J. Smith regarding how assisted suicide legislation becomes law through deception: Advocates of assisted suicide tell two — no, three — lies that act as the honey to help the hemlock go down. The first is that assisted suicide/euthanasia is a strictly medical act. Second, they falsely assure us that medicalized killing is only for the terminally ill. Finally, they promise that strict guidelines will be rigorously enforced to protect against abuse.

Smith points to countries and states that introduced assisted suicide by promising these things and how quickly those assurances were abandoned. Case in point: the state of Vermont, which passed assisted suicide laws with safeguards built in… until 2016, that is. After 2016, doctors will be on the “honor system.”

The Leading Edge tells the five falsehoods that pro-choicers think they know about pro-lifers but really don’t:

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