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Planned Parenthood and The Marseillaise: Aux Armes, Citoyens!

To arms, citizens, Form your battalions Let’s march, let’s march Let an impure blood Soak our fields This is the refrain of the Marseillaise, forever the battle-song of oppressed humanities. It was composed by Claude Rouget de Lisle in 1792 … Continue reading

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The Hobby Lobby Ruling Shames America

A hundred years ago Margaret Sanger distributed five thousand flyers in Brooklyn’s Brownsville neighborhood that read: Mothers! Can you afford to have a large family? Do you want any more children? If not, why do you have them? DO NOT … Continue reading

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Conception, Contraception Revisited

Forty years ago I wrote a young adult book entitled Conception, Contraception: A New Look. It details the miracle of conception and explores humanity’s millennia-long search to understand its mystery. The book was also meant to alert young readers to … Continue reading

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Discussing Birth Control a Century After Margaret Sanger

The current discussion about birth control brings to mind Margaret Sanger, who a century ago fled her native land for Europe to avoid being put in jail for distributing birth control information via the U.S. Postal Service. Sanger spent the … Continue reading

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