Alliance Defending Freedom: It’s days away: The Supreme Court’s marriage decision is expected to come down on June 29.
LifeNews: “In the astonishment surrounding Chen Guangcheng’s extraordinary escape from house arrest, let us not forget why he was arrested,” Littlejohn told LifeNews. “In 2006, Chen exposed the Chinese government’s systematic, massive use of forced abortion and involuntary sterilization to enforce its “One Child Policy.’” WRWF obtained a copy of Chen’s field notes and has released the first English translation of them . . .
Independent: It’s a girl, a film being released this year, documents the practice of killing unwanted baby girls in South Asia. The trailer’s most chilling scene is one with an Indian woman who, unable to contain her laughter, confesses to having killed eight infant daughters.
AP: President Barack Obama is moving to strengthen the United States’ ability to prevent mass atrocities abroad, and tightening immigration rules to ensure that human rights violators don’t enter the country.
LifeSiteNews.com: Killing unborn children diagnosed with Down’s syndrome is “genocide” and “a crime against humanity,” a New Zealand pro-life group has said, an assertion they will be making in a case against the government at the International Criminal Court.
Lapido Media: A statement drafted by Turkish analyst Ziya Meral at the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, and signed by leaders and academics on three continents, warns of ‘worrying trends’ that could pull Egypt into further chaos.
Wall Street Journal (Nathan Hodge, Making Plans to Stop Mass Murder, 5/10/2011): The U.S. has launched a high-level initiative to make the military more ready and able to respond to potential mass killings. A senior Department of Defense official said the project, which is at an early stage, would help develop “a complete set of options that the leadership can consider in the preventive area before it comes to sending in the military, or not sending in the military.”
Rising Above Roe v. Wade: What percentage of babies must be aborted before American society says enough?
fter crunching the latest statistics from New York City’s Health Department, the foundation reported that 41% of pregnancies (excluding miscarriage) in New York ended in abortion. That’s double the national rate. So again the question: As a society, does this figure say anything about the choice between a baby and abortion?