China’s One-Child Policy “ranks among the worst crimes against humanity of the last century”

By Dave Andrusko I so regularly trash the New York Times for its vast variety of errors of commission and omission that it is only right I offer praise for running “China’s Brutal One-Child Policy,” by novelist Ma Jian. Whatever exceptions there may be in the one child policy, especially for the rich, according to …

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Feng Jianmei: The Unanticipated Impact of one forced-abortion

By Dave Andrusko Last week’s Thursday night general session at the 2012 NRLC national convention was aglow with energy and alight with enthusiasm. You could feel a powerful swelling of emotions as pro-life champion Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) and Reggie Littlejohn, president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, roused their audience at a session titled, “Where …

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“I don’t think having a baby is any kind of crime”

By Dave Andrusko We’ve written dozens and dozens and dozens of stories about China’s brutally repressive one-child policy. And although you hear and read that there has been some easing up, you know this is almost entirely smoke and mirrors. The courage and inventiveness to circumvent that policy is the subject of a powerful story …

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China’s Coercive Practices Lead to “Lucrative Black Market in Children”

By Dave Andrusko Pro-lifers are aware of the direct costs of China’s one-child policy—forced abortion, infanticide, coerced sterilization, and millions of devastated families—but a story in today’s New York Times unmasks another horrific aftermath less commonly known.

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