Alive, dead, it’s all a matter of opinion, famous pro-abortionist insists

By Dave Andrusko Over at clinicquotes.com, one of my favorite pro-life sites, Sarah Terzo quotes Garrett Hardin, an ardent and influential pro-abortionists in the 1960s and 70s [“Abortion – or Compulsory Pregnancy?” Journal of Marriage and the Family 30, 1968, 250] Hardin said “Whether the fetus is or is not a human being is a …

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Mei Fong’s ‘One Child,’ a harrowing insight into the continuing social cost of China’s one child policy

By Shannon Roberts Many today almost forget, or were not around to remember, that back in the 1960’s and 1970’s concern about over-population was a serious and world-wide concern. Scientist, Paul Ehrlich, argued in his book The Population Bomb (1968) that “in the 1970s hundreds of millions of people will starve to death in spite …

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Remains of the population bomb are finally laid to rest

By Carolyn Moynihan It’s official. The New York Times has confirmed that the population explosion has not wreaked horrors upon the world: the apocalyptic predictions of the 1960s have fallen “as flat as ancient theories about the shape of the Earth.” Some people won’t believe that, but, if the Times says so, that’s good enough …

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