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No Happy Ending for Abortion

In the early days of women’s “liberation,” many activists saw abortion as a necessary and even desirable component of the sexual revolution of the sixties. Freed from childbearing, women could engage in numerous relationships without consequences. However, like many of … Continue reading

Remembering the Victims of Communism

On June 12, the Victims of Communism Memorial was officially unveiled in the presence of government leaders, diplomatic corps members, ethnic leaders, foreign dignitaries and other supporters. Located in the nation’s capital, President George Bush received the memorial on behalf … Continue reading

After Holy Week, Portugal Approves Abortion Law

Just after Holy Week when Catholics the world over recall the indescribable sufferings with which the Savior redeemed mankind, Catholics, who hold absolute majority in Portugal, saw the final approval of an abortion law. Indeed, after an inexpressive plebiscite and … Continue reading

Abortion in Portugal: Man Speaks, God Responds

Under pressure from the European Union and its own Socialist Party, a referendum on abortion was held in Portugal in 1998. Pro-life forces managed a narrow victory although the referendum was not legally binding since more than half of the … Continue reading

After the Elections, Who is Keeping Score

After the Elections: Who is Keeping Score?Sports teams expect opponents to score against them. It is all part of the game. The important thing is to amass a steady string of victories to win the championship. The same logic that … Continue reading

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