China’s One-Child Policy Is Still Violently Enforced

By Anne Roback Morse Editor’s note. This analysis comes courtesy of the Population Research Institute. “Just a few days ago, I got a case involving a man who was disabled due to a severe beating by local government personnel just because his sister-in-law had had an additional baby without a permit.” — Chen Guangcheng Last Thursday, …

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Chen Guangcheng calls China’s violent population control policies “genocide”

Editor’s note. The following comes from the office of Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ). Mr. Smith is co-chair of the House Pro-Life Caucus. Washington, D.C. – At a hearing today, Congressman Chris Smith (NJ-04) called on the Administration to use existing U.S. law to block entry into the U.S. for Chinese government officials responsible for implementing …

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FROG: A NOVEL

By Mo Yan Viking Press, $27.95, 388 pages Reviewed by Steven Mosher In outline, Mo Yan’s new novel, “Frog,” sounds subversive enough: A jilted Chinese midwife turns agent of the state. She is relentless in her pursuit of women who have conceived “illegal” second children. She is pitiless in coercing them one and all into …

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Chen Guangcheng Asks American Company to take a more outspoken role against China’s “One Child” Policy

By Dave Andrusko More than a few of our NRL News Today readers have written to ask what future I anticipated for Chen Guangcheng, the blind pro-life human rights Chinese activist. You’ll recall that Chen garnered international attention in 2005 when he exposed how local officials were forcing women to undergo abortions and sterilizations to …

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Beauty among the Moral Squalor of China’s Brutal One-Child Policy

        By Dave Andrusko As if any more evidence were needed, two stories published yesterday and today in the British newspaper The Daily Mail bring home both the brutality of China’s ghastly One-Child Policy and the efforts of one woman to wrestle good out in the midst of a demonic evil. Warning: …

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“Consistently heaped praise on China’s population control program”

        By Dave Andrusko If China someday backs significantly away from—or even reverses—its draconian “One-Child Policy,” which is steeped in forced abortion, we will look back at the Twitter-fed social network revolution which publicized coerced abortion of women in the 7th month–and later–as a turning point. Even—and I use the word “even” …

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Pressure building on China to review “One-Child Policy”

By Dave Andrusko When even the New York Times publishes stories with headlines like “Reports of Forced Abortions Fuel Push to End Chinese Law,” you know something is afoot. Edward Wong, writing in Sunday’s Times, brings home a reality that I suspect few New York Times readers had ever considered: that forced abortions in the …

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Outrage mounts against China’s “One-Child Policy,” sparked by photos of forced abortion in seventh month

By Dave Andrusko You hear a lot in many contexts about “tipping points,” that juncture where the forces maintaining the status quo are overwhelmed and finally give way. While it would be way too early to conclude China’s ghastly “One-Child Policy” is teetering, it is also true that the world’s angry is mounting against this …

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Reggie Littlejohn to join Chris Smith at Thursday night general session on “Where Are All the Girls? The Social Consequences of China’s One-Child Policy”

By Dave Andrusko Pro-lifers already had one great reason to attend the Thursday evening general session of the National Right to Life Convention: pro-life champion Chris Smith will be address the audience about “Where Are All the Girls? The Social Consequences of China’s One-Child Policy.” Now they have a chance to learn from a second …

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China’s One-Child Policy Abuse of Human Rights Focus of House Hearing

Editor’s note.  China’s brutal “One Child Policy” and its gross violations of human rights, particularly those of women, was the focus of human rights activists testifying before a House subcommittee on Thursday. The hearing finished just before it was time to post NRL News Today for the Day. Tomorrow we’ll talk about the testimony of …

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China’s One-Child Policy Toll Reaches 400 Million

By Steven W. Mosher Over the years, I have been asked many times to estimate how many lives have been lost in China as a result of the one-child policy. Given that the policy has been in place for 30 years, I respond, and given that each year the government aborts between 10 to 15 …

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Highest female suicide rates, gender gap, forced sterilizations/abortions legacy of China’s ‘One-Child’ Policy

WASHINGTON, D.C.–China’s brutal “One Child Policy” and its gross violations of human rights, particularly those of women, will be the subject of human rights activists testifying before the House on Thursday at 2:00 in the Rayburn Building. The hearing comes in the wake of Vice President Joe Biden’s widely reported, controversial comments during an official …

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