A Chat with Rob Pyne

A Chat with Rob Pyne Although I live in Victoria, I joined my Queensland confreres yesterday on Twitter, to help promote their annual March for Life, and to protest proposed abortion law reform in their state. Abortion is illegal in Queensland, although the state boasts read more Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new...

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Why We Need the Infant Viability Bill

Richard Grant, of the Helpers of God’s Precious Infants, writes about Dr. Rachel Carling-Jenkins’ new Infant Viability Bill. Why We Need the Infant Viability Bill The main purpose of this post is to seek your support for a critically important Private Member’s Bill soon to be debated in State Parliament which aims to wind back Victoria’s current draconian abortion laws in order to help save the lives of later term unborn...

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Troy Newman’s Publicity Triumph

Troy Newman’s Publicity Triumph   Melbourne member of the Helpers of God’s Precious Infants, Richard Grant, submitted the following letter to MP Terri Butler and allowed me to reproduce it here on LUTD.  Ms Butler is the infamous Emily’s List Labor member who was responsible for having Troy Newman‘s visa revoked.   Dear Ms Butler, My gratitude to you for the millions of dollars worth of free prime...

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Telemed: Australia’s DIY Backyard Abortion

Telemed: Australia’s DIY Backyard Abortion.   We woke yesterday to the news that RU486 can now be dispensed by phone in Australia. Known as phone-abortions, or telemed abortions, this new ‘service’ is reckless and irresponsible. It will compromise the physical and psychological health of women, increase the number of abortions and is not provided with information about the potential for reversal. This is the...

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Peter Singer: The Utility of Euthanasia

Peter Singer: The Utility of Euthanasia   Below are some extracts  from Peter Singer’s book: ‘Practical Ethics’ on the topic of euthanasia, and a few points to be taken from each one.   Singer starts by stating that for euthanasia to be safely enacted, safeguards would need to exist, in order to protect people from being wrongfully killed. But he denies the effectiveness of such a safeguard in his next...

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