Friday, October 12, 2007

Life Links 10/12/07

A group in Michigan has filed papers to create a ballot initiative committee to allow the killing human embryos for research in Michigan. The group says it is still uncertain if they will attempt a campaign or not. Reporter Kim Kozlowski lazily promotes the false claim that embryonic stem cell research is banned in Michigan.
State Rep. Andy Meisner, D-Ferndale, is seeking a hearing this month on three bills that would loosen Michigan's law banning embryonic stem cell research, regarded as among the most restrictive in the nation.
How many times can reporters for the Detroit Free Press or Detroit News claim embryonic stem cell research is "banned" in Michigan when research involving embryonic stem cells has been taking place at the University of Michigan since at least 2003.

Cathy Ruse on the most recent attempt by proponents of human cloning for research to trick Missouri voters.
The only way to keep human cloning legal in Missouri is through lies. And Secretary Carnahan has just dropped a whopper.

ABC News has a review of Lake of Fire including how one pro-choice activist named Carol King seems to be in a tizzy the movie would show scenes from an abortion clinic where an abortionist goes through the remains of an aborted child.

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