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Hillary Clinton is not on the campaign trail right now, but she still is using her influence to push legalized abortion up to birth. LifeNews, 7 ianuarie

When expectant parents learn their child will be born with Down syndrome, they invariably have questions about what this diagnosis will mean for their son or daughter and for the rest of their family. When will their child be able to walk, to speak clearly, to care for most basic needs? Will he or she be able to hold a job, to live or travel independently? A new study from investigators at MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) and colleagues in the Netherlands is providing answers to some of those questions. HarvardNews, 2 ianuarie

Hollywood is welcoming the new year with the start of the awards season. The 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards aired January 6 on NBC. Though the show was mostly tame in political rhetoric from the award winners, presenters, and hosts, that streak was broken when Christian Bale won the Best Actor Award for his role as former Vice President Dick Cheney in the movie Vice. LifeNews, 7 ianuarie

Christian Bale made his feelings about former Vice President Dick Cheney quite clear in his acceptance speech for the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy for „Vice” — and it was much different from the respect he showed Cheney in an interview with Fox News last month. FoxNews, 7 ianuarie

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Pro-abortion Justice Ruther Bader Ginsburg will not be on the bench today when the court hears oral argument — marking the first time she has missed a session. She underwent cancer surgery December 21 and apparently has not recovered enough to participate. LifeNews, 7 ianuarie

Fewer than 5 percent of doctors in Ireland have told the government that they are willing to abort unborn babies. LifeNews, 7 ianuarie

The euphoria of the “Yes” campaign on winning the Irish abortion referendum last May is turning decidedly sour. LifeSiteNews, 7 ianuarie

This time last year, Stephanie Levesque was fighting for the life of a baby that was not hers. The three-time surrogate mother had carried babies for other couples because she loved the joy it brought to their lives. But with the last baby she carried, a problem arose. At 16 weeks, after an otherwise normal pregnancy, the preborn baby was diagnosed with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS), a birth defect that prevents the left side of the heart from forming correctly, and affects blood flow through the body. The parents of the child wanted her to have an abortion; Levesque refused. This kicked off a year-long battle to save the life of the baby boy she carried — and now, she’s fighting to keep it from happening again. LiveActionNews, 6 ianuarie

Despite potential for dangerous outcomes, abortion advocates are pushing “at home” or “mail order” abortions. FDA reports indicate that almost two dozen women who took abortion pills have died as a result, and a thousand have been hospitalized. And now, some women are sharing their testimonies on YouTube, giving a glimpse into their mindset, the physical and emotional results of taking the abortion pill, and the reality of abortion. LiveActionNews, 6 ianuarie

I rarely make predictions — whether of election results or anything else. My policy has always been to say what I believe should be done, not what will be done. DailyWare, 5 ianuarie

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DISCLAIMER: condamnă instigarea la ură şi violenţă. Dar, după cum confirmă şi CEDO în cazul Handyside vs. UK (para 49), consideră că dezbaterea onestă şi libertatea de exprimare pe subiecte de interes public – printre care se numără şi avortul sau atracţia pentru persoane de acelaşi sex – trebuie să aibă loc în mod democratic, fără a fi cenzurate de ameninţarea că vor fi interpretate ca „discurs al urii”.

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