Saturday, June 25, 2011

Marijuana: one stoned decision after another

In 2001, Ottawa made a dumb decision to allow qualified patients to smoke medical marijuana. Today, 10,000 Canadians have licences to inhale, and 3,400 of your fellow citizens can grow their own pot legally.

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Thursday, June 16, 2011

Report: Fewer Planned Parenthood clinics in U.S.

A pro-life group's annual report on the nation's largest abortion provider shows that even though Planned Parenthood is still making money, it is suffering some setbacks.

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Friday, June 10, 2011

The B.C. Civil Liberties Association launches lawsuit to strike down Canada's ban on assisted suicide

The lawsuit was filed against Canada's attorney general by a couple that took a relative to Dignitas, Switzerland, to commit suicide. They now want Canada's law that bans assisted suicide overturned.

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Monday, June 6, 2011

5,000 families break up in China everyday

The divorce rate in China has increased for 7 consecutive years! According to statistics from China’s civil administration, more than 460,000 couples registered for divorce between January and March this year, increased by 17.1% compared to last year’s statistics, meaning that 5,000 couples get divorced everyday on average.

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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Mississippi parish prays to end death penalty

Hattiesburg, Miss., Jun 4, 2011 / 01:15 pm (CNA).- At the very same moment Benny Joe Stevens was being put to death via lethal injection for the 1998 murder of four people, including two children, a group of people gathered on the steps of Sacred Heart Church in Hattiesburg, Miss., praying for an end to the death penalty.

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The Pratten ruling: An anonymous sperm provider’s son explains why it matters

On May 19, 2011, a door opened that has long been closed in North America. The Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled in favour of Olivia Pratten, a 29-year-old Canadian woman, conceived from the sperm of an anonymous man, who had argued that BC’s laws discriminate against the offspring of sperm and egg providers.

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