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Mark Steyn on Planned Parenthood

All of it is worth reading: ~After I discussed the matter with Sean Hannity on Fox News last week, I got a barrage of abuse from abortion absolutists with a familiar talking point: abortions are “only three per cent” of what Planned Parenthood does. This statistic is very curiously formulated: The group said that abortions […]

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What a gal (sarcasm alert)

Huh. I knew Margaret Sanger said some racist things, but I didn’t realize she, the founder of Planned Parenthood, actually attended Ku Klux Klan rallies. A bunch of pro-life folks are protesting her bust, sitting alongside Rosa Parks in the National Portrait Gallery in DC. (Which is, incidentally, my favourite DC museum.) Sanger, a proponent […]

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Just say no to a “women’s issue” debate

I was against a women’s issues debate in the Canadian federal election because it tends to be that people drastically opposed to what I believe pretend to represent me, and I’m just supposed to stand there, smiling, nodding, and saying things like, “I do love little kittens.” So it’s a relief that there won’t be […]

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The folly of the FDA

Today, “female viagra” was approved by the FDA. If you want to read about how and why this happened, click here. Flibanserin, a serotonergic drug, was initially in clinical trials as an antidepressant. Despite its history of being a “thrice failed antidepressant,” Sprout persevered and used the “finding” that some women in the drug trials […]

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When Godwin’s Law doesn’t apply

I generally adhere to Godwin’s Law, which states that the first person to compare to Hitler or the Nazis in an online debate has lost the argument. I believe the Holocaust is a uniquely terrible event in history. Therefore, it ought rarely be compared to anything. When might I diverge from this? When people kill […]

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The right question for Planned Parenthood defenders

Timothy Brahm of the Equal Rights Institute is asking the right question: In conclusion, I would like to pose a question to anyone that is still defending Planned Parenthood: There are at least half a dozen videos still coming. Is there hypothetically ANYTHING that could be in these videos that could persuade you that you shouldn’t […]

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One woman’s experience with the abortion pill

Since everyone is saying RU-486 is so super safe and easy, it is important to at least mention/warn women of what they might experience. I’m going to post these things periodically, because it’s one thing to read about the abortion pill being legalized, and it’s another thing altogether to take it. Two things, no wait, […]

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Alabama, Louisiana, New Hampshire

What do they have in common? They have all de-funded Planned Parenthood. I’d call that success. Alabama has become the third state to de-fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business in the wake of five videos exposing how the abortion giant sells the body parts of aborted babies for research. The state follows Louisiana, which is […]

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Mark Steyn on Planned Parenthood

All of it is worth reading: ~After I discussed the matter with Sean Hannity on Fox News last week, I got a barrage of abuse from abortion absolutists with a familiar talking point: abortions are “only three per cent” of what Planned Parenthood does. This statistic is very curiously formulated: The group said that abortions […]

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Surrogacy has grave risks

And this article talks about what they are: All of these procedures to which the egg provider and surrogate are subjected pose devastating short- and long-term health risks. The short-term risks include ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), characterized by difficulty breathing, excruciating pelvic pain, swelling of the hands and legs, severe abdominal pain and swelling, nausea, […]

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Cecil and the Planned Parenthood scandal

Exactly. Consider the views of those who care deeply about animal rights. What drives them? Animals are helpless creatures, often subject to terrible violence, and they cannot speak for themselves. Their dignity and value are quite inconvenient for those who want to exploit them, and their needs are pushed to the margins of our culture. […]

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Quick thoughts on approval of RU-486

Quick and dirty thoughts on Health Canada approving medical abortion drugs that can be taken up to seven weeks gestation: it leaves women very alone (no doctor, no human contact) at their most vulnerable the period in which the woman suffers alone is protracted, ie. 48-72 hours pro-choicers should be condemned for their hypocrisy, proclaiming […]

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Contraceptive Conundrum, August 8, Washington DC

How I wish I could go to this! Academic research on so many aspects of the Pill, like “Birth Control, Big Money and Bad Medicine: a Deadly Trifecta for Women’s Health” “Evidence for effects of hormonal contraception on partner choice and relationship satisfaction” “The Pill Problem: Nutritional Issues” and “Take The Pill. But Don’t Call […]

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Planned Parenthood and their specimens

Planned Parenthood’s latest. Viewer discretion very much advised. I suppose if you carve the organs out of a born fetus, otherwise known as a baby, then they would be intact. Sometimes if someone delivers before we are able to see them for procedure then we are intact but that’s not what we go for.” -Dr. […]

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