Partial birth

Abortion | A year-long contractors' boycott forces Planned Parenthood to cut the ribbon on an unfinished abortion center in Austin, Texas
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 10/09/04, 12:00 am

AUSTIN -- It's Sept. 23 and William Truict service manager at Brake Check in Austin, Texas, is wondering about his new neighbor, the Choice Project. People from Planned Parenthood's new flagship facility have already made nice with the folks at Brake Check, one day bringing over barbecue for lunch. Today is the Choice Project's ribbon-cutting ceremony, so the slice of Planned Parenthood property behind Mr. Truict's shop looks downright festive: white open-air tent, rows of white folding chairs, balloons and ribbon in yellow and bubble-gum pink.

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Aborted language

Abortion | ABORTION: Does the Democratic platform read pro-lifers out of the party?
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 8/07/04, 12:00 am

In the turbulent 1770s, journalist Samuel Adams and other fiery orators rallied patriots at Boston's Fanueil Hall, ultimately sparking the American Revolution. Last week, pro-life Democrats rallied on Fanueil's historic cobblestone plaza and called for a revolution in their own party.

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Birth defects

Abortion | Abortion is causing social problems in India and throughout the world
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 1/17/04, 12:00 am

AS THE 31ST ANNIVERSARY OF THE SUPREME Court's Roe vs. Wade decision arrives later this month, U.S. newspapers will run a few stories about America's quietly continuing abortion plague. But in India, where cars stop for sacred cows but abortion or infanticide of little girls is rampant, the problem is very visible on streets where young men without women prowl.

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