Now Save Gosnell

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The defenders of abortion “rights” are quick to decry comparisons between abortion and the Holocaust as irrational, morally monstrous and dangerous invitations to violence against abortion providers.  Yet Gosnell’s house of horrors has a distinctly Auschwitzian feel about it.  Baby’s feet collected in jars, dying babies flailing in toilets, playing with newborns before “snipping” their [Read More...]

The West’s Deafening Silence on China’s Forced Abortions

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I cannot think of any political figure who has stood more staunchly and more effectively for the rights of the unborn than Rick Santorum. In the guest post below, Senator Santorum speaks to a global policy issue of great importance. Whether people are too intimidated by the Chinese government, whether they value their economic cooperation [Read More...]

Breakfast Links for 12/21/12 – End-of-the-World-Party; 300 Million Locked and Loaded; Atheist Kids in Pews

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BREAKFAST LINKS 12/21/12: Andrew Marin, Patheos/Love Is An Orientation: “In either case, Brenda (my wife) and I are holding an End of the World Party tonight for our friends. It’s not a theme party, it’s a party with our close friends just in case the Mayans, er, the extreme rapture ready crowd, is right. Here’s [Read More...]

Breakfast Links for 11/20/12 – Nose-Cell Transplants and Dogs; A Pro-Life Death Penalty Advocate; Petraeus, Men and Sex

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BREAKFAST LINKS 11/20/12: Fergus Walsh, BBC News Health: Nose-Cell Transplant Helps Paralyzed Dogs to Walk Alan Noble, Patheos/Christ and PopCulture: “Rather than heal our racial divide, Obama supporters’ constant use of the race card seemed to create significantly more conflict between whites and blacks. And a study has provided evidence for escalated conflict.” Rachel Held [Read More...]

Breakfast Links for 11/15/12: Nothingness Overturned; Strike a Light; Fear Increasing

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Margarita A. Mooney, Patheos/Black, White and Gray: “Well, maybe these women believe they are responsible for where they are  because if they didn’t believe they were responsible for their problems, how would they have hope that they could take control of their lives and have a better future? I mean, people who are already beaten [Read More...]


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