Thursday, March 13, 2008

Life Links 3/13/08

Joe Carter on the recent news of a CDC study finding that more than a quarter of teenage girls have a sexually-transmitted disease:
That's right. While we have Planned Parenthood and sex educators claiming that condoms can "offer effective protection against most serious sexually transmitted infections", the report finds there's no scientific basis for that claim.

What the evidence does show is that men and women who always use a condom can reduce their risk of being infected with HIV and men can limit their exposure to gonorrhea. When it comes to gonorrhea in women, chlamydial infection, trichomoniasis, genital herpes, syphilis, and chancroid, the evidence is inconclusive. (p. 3) And there is no evidence at all that condoms can prevent the transmission of the HPV infection.

Jill Stanek has a video of the trash found in abortionist Alberto Hodari's dumpster including video of the remains of aborted children.

Jack Kevorkian (who has had less than a year to live for several years now) is going to run for Congress as an independent. This actually might be good news if he can take some votes away from pro-choice, pro-assisted suicide Democrat Gary Peters who will be running against prolife Republican Joe Knollenberg.

Peter Robinson writes on how Bruce Thornton responds when asked why non-Muslims in Europe aren't reproducing.

New abortion stories are up on the pro-choice web site I'm Not Sorry.

Large (but smaller than originally planned) raises have been given to the executives and lawyers for the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (California's taxpayer funded embryonic stem cell agency). The 23% raises were approved unanimously by the board.

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