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Did Our Zeal Overshadow Judgment?

Some of the most devoted and loving people I know are in the pro-life movement.  They don’t simply have an opinion but they are on the front lines, helping, lobbying, writing, feeding, counseling and caring.  Sometimes, however, we have allowed … Continue reading

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Too Many or Too Few?!?!

In an earlier blog I reported about the Boston College ethicists who argued that single women should not be permitted to undergo in-vitro fertilization (IVF) because we have too many people.  (ref: http://www.robertfleischmann.com/archives/145).  Now, consider the story of the effectiveness … Continue reading

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Komen Cancer Charity Halts Grants To Planned Parenthood

Cancer Charity Halts Grants To Planned Parenthood | Fox News. It probably comes as a surprise to many people that the Susan G. Komen for the Cure folks have been using donations to support work at Planned Parenthood. The official … Continue reading

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Women who have abortions ‘face double the risk of mental health problems’ | Mail Online

Women who have abortions ‘face double the risk of mental health problems’ | Mail Online. In 2008 the American Psychological Association stated that a “single abortion” of an “unwanted” pregnancy for an “adult” woman did not “in and of itself” … Continue reading

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