Monthly Archives: August 2007

Chinese forced abortions and Amnesty

The Houston Chronicle has an article about Chinese victims of forced abortions fighting back. QIAN’AN, China — Yang Zhongchen, a small-town businessman, wined and dined three government officials for permission to become a father. But the Peking duck and liquor … Continue reading

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Twin dies in failed eugenics attempt

Again, I will refer you to G.K. Chesterton’s eerily prescient Eugenics and Other Evils.  If you honestly think abortion is a victimless process, read on. Botched abortion shocks ItalyAugust 27, 2007 Rome – A botched abortion in which a healthy … Continue reading

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