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Pro-Woman, Not Pro-Abortion

In a recent Saturday Night Live sketch, a group of millennial women visit the historic home of suffragette Susan B. Anthony in Rochester, New York. Devout feminists one and all, they decide before leaving to invoke the ghost of Anthony by saying her name three times. Lo and behold, she appears, played by Kate McKinnon—bun, lace collar, and all.

Hilariously, the modern feminists find Anthony quite boring. She drones on about women’s rights and dignity, while they check their smart phones and argue about dinner. Until finally she says something that wakes them all up: “Abortion is murder!”…

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Shades of Pink

In one of the under-reported news stories of late 2013, a “meta-analysis of the association between induced abortion and breast cancer risk among Chinese females” was published in the journal Cancer Causes Control. Joel Brind, a professor of biochemistry, physiology, and immunology at Baruch College at the City University of New York, has done extensive research studying the connection between abortion and breast cancer...
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