Friday, May 3, 2013

Links roundup

Live Action has released two more videos in its "Inhuman" series of undercover investigations. The videos, from Washington, D.C. and Phoenix, Arizona, show late-term abortion doctors who are willing to leave abortion survivors to die, in violation of the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act. In addition, abortionist Laura Mercer lies to the undercover "patient," telling her that at 23 weeks, the unborn child "doesn't even look like a baby yet."

Secular Pro-Life president Kelsey Hazzard has an article at The Bell Towers entitled "Pro-Life Without God." It's an excellent summary of the non-religious case against abortion.

At Politico, Rich Lowry has a great piece on the pro-abortion movement's constant need for euphemisms to conceal the lethal practice it promotes.
The unwritten rule is that when the left discusses abortion it is never called “abortion,” but always referred to as “health” or, more specifically “reproductive health” — although abortion is the opposite of reproduction and for one party involved, the opposite of health.
Slate reports on a recent uptick in pregnancy discrimination lawsuits against schools. The good news is that this is most likely caused by mothers' increased awareness of their Title IX rights, not by an increase in discrimination.

Not directly related to the abortion issue, but National Geographic has a neat article on the role of natural selection in maternal-fetal health.

Finally, the Fox News documentary on Kermit Gosnell has been rescheduled: it will air tonight at 9pm, not Sunday.

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