The state medical board in New Mexico is facing accusations that it illegally closed a hearing to potentially discipline abortion practitioner Shelley Sella, who botched an abortion at 35 weeks of pregnancy that landed the woman in the hospital with a ruptured uterus.
Acting on complaints filed by the pro-life groups Operation Rescue and Project Defending Life, the New Mexico Medical Board has filed a Notice of Contemplated Action alleging gross negligence against Sella.
via Medical Board Illegally Closes Hearing on Botched 35-Week Abortion | LifeNews.com.
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Florida, October 23, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Nearly 40 years ago, as a young, pregnant woman, Norma McCorvey played an instrumental part in the Supreme Court decision that brought legal abortion to America. Now McCorvey, the ‘Roe’ in the Roe v. Wade case, has released an ad urging voters not to vote for Obama.
McCorvey became a Christian in 1995 and has since repudiated her role in Roe v. Wade, campaigning for its reversal.
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In looking at and assessing the economic paradigm of John Maynard Keynes — a man himself fixated on aggregates — we must look at the aggregate of his thought, and the aggregate of his ideology.
Keynes was not just an economist. Between 1937 and 1944 he served as the head of the Eugenics Society and once called eugenics “the most important, significant and, I would add, genuine branch of sociology which exists.” And Keynes, we should add, understood that economics was a branch of sociology. So let’s be clear: Keynes thought eugenics was more important, more significant, and more genuine than economics.
Eugenics — or the control of reproduction — is a very old idea.
In The Republic, Plato advocated that the state should covertly control human reproduction:
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Post-abortion problems could = lawsuit Charlie Butts – OneNewsNow – 7/25/2010 4:20:00 AMDespite a recent federal court ruling, Nebraska women can file lawsuits for psychological injuries resulting from an abortion. Psychological problems post-abortion have been proven in previous research, but David Reardon of the Stop Forced Abortions Alliance reports that Nebraska women can now rely on the courts for relief, “especially if they feel coerced into abortion or had any of the risk factors predicting psychological problems after abortion, such as negative moral beliefs about the abortion, feeling pressured into the abortion by other people, history of depression, [or] being an adolescent.”
POST ABORTION TRAUMA COULD = LAWSUIT | Blogs | Life Matters.
These articles are concerned with two separate but related things: the eugenics roots of the pro-abortion movement, and the connection between modern legalized abortion and the specter of eugenics. The Specter Of Pro-Choice EugenicsNat Hentoff, The Washington PostPro-choice forces are so intent on removing all obstacles to abortion that eugenics is no specter to them.The eugenics roots of the pro-abortion movementMargaret Sanger was a pioneer of legalized abortion and the founder of Planned Parenthood, the largest provider of abortions in the U.S. Sanger was also a well-known eugenicist whose writings make clear the historic connection between abortion on demand and eugenic thinking.Planned Parenthood has published a web page purporting to show that Sanger did not hold the abhorrent views attributed to her. Although some of Sanger’s quotes have been taken out of context, her writings speak for themselves:The full text of Margaret Sanger‘s The Pivot of Civilization