American Academy of Pediatrics Mistakenly Urges Drugs Over Abstinence

The American Academy of Pediatrics’ updated policy on teen pregnancy prevention makes no sense. The recommendations urging young girls to go on birth control with hormonal implants or IUDs call into question the supporting technical report co-authored by Gina Sucato, a member of Physicians for Choice. Much of the date in the report is supported . . . Read more

Helping Pope Francis Fight Human Trafficking

(Zenit.org) — In April of this year the Vatican hosted the Conference on Combating Human Trafficking, bringing together both law enforcement professionals and social workers involved in the battle against the exploitation and commodification of vulnerable people. Pope Francis addressed the gathering and deplored human trafficking as, “an open wound on the body of contemporary society, a . . . Read more

Gates Foundation Stops Funding Abortion*

Melinda Gates’ June 2nd claim that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has “decided not to fund abortion” has been taken by many as a positive change in the Foundation’s policy. In truth, however, the longstanding Gates Foundation policy of lucrative funding for abortion companies remains unchanged. We know that this policy has not really . . . Read more

HLI Aids in Arrest of Abortionist After Illegal Procedure

A medic in Uganda who performed an illegal abortion on a young woman carrying his own child was arrested last weekend after the botched procedure almost took the life of the mother as well. The pro-life missionaries of Human Life International in Uganda reported the incident to the police, leading to the abortionist’s arrest. Abortion . . . Read more

RH Bill “Definitely” Population Control Admits Co-Sponsor

As debate over the controversial Reproductive Health (RH) Bill continued Wednesday in the Philippine House of Representatives, a co-sponsor of the bill admitted that the RH Bill was a means to control the population size of poor Filipinos in apparent contradiction to statements made by other bill sponsors. Rep. Kimi Cojuangco of the Pangasinan province, . . . Read more

Video Sting Operations Catch Gendercide Abortionists in India

Undercover operations by anti-gendercide advocates in India are helping government officials to shut down sex-selective abortion operations targeting female babies in violation of India’s Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act. Two doctors in Thane, Maharashtra, India were caught on video offering to provide a gender screening, and then perform an abortion . . . Read more

Pro-Abortion Propaganda Aimed at Destroying Ethiopian Culture

As of 2005, abortion is legal in Ethiopia for so many exceptions that it is, practically speaking, abortion on demand — rape, incest, fetal defects (eugenics), the physical or mental health of the mother, economic reasons and reasons of age of the mother.  According to the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute, an incredible 60,000 women still suffer . . . Read more

Americans Find Suicide Wrong–But Split on Assisted Suicide

The results of a poll released by Gallup on May 31, 2011 paints a startling picture of American morality. Gallup’s 2011 Values and Beliefs poll gauged the moral acceptability of 17 different issues, with the closest divide over doctor-assisted suicide. While an overwhelming majority (80%) found suicide “morally wrong,” only 48% felt the same way . . . Read more