Sen. Rubio, the Zika virus, and erring on the side of life

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through September 7. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked over the last five months. This first ran August …

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Another scandal for Planned Parenthood

Last summer, the scandal was baby body parts – Planned Parenthood trafficking in the remains of the innocent babies they had killed. This summer, the scandal is another money issue. The Zika virus is attacking unborn babies in the womb and leaving some with devastating deformations of the head and brain. Congress is trying to …

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Trinidad and Tobago: Health minister defends pro-life laws in face of Zika

Editor’s note. This comes courtesy of the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues. Trinidad and Tobago’s health minister defended the country’s pro-life laws following a call by the Family Planning Association for the law prohibiting abortion to be revisited following the country’s first confirmed case of Zika in a pregnant woman. Health Minister Deyalsingh told reporters: …

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Women on Web temporarily suspends sending abortifacients to women in Brazil

By Dave Andrusko The Los Angeles Times is reporting that the pro-abortion organization Women on Web has been almost completely unsuccessful in shipping chemical abortifacients to women in Brazil. According to a highly sympathetic story written by Ann M. Simmons and Claire Rigby, Women on Web has temporarily shelved the program which promised women they …

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