Micro-preemie born at 12 oz survives without surgery (and other stories)

A roundup of news from around the interwebs.

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This is must-read feel-good story from The Epoch Times titled “Micro Preemie Born at 12 oz Survives Without Any Surgery, Goes Home After 6 Months.” It’s worth reading just for the pictures.

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The Iona Institute reports that Irish doctors who are willing to perform abortions face little stigma from their colleagues, surprising considering how recently killing pre-born children was illegal in Ireland.

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I’ll have an upcoming podcast interview on this subject with the founder of this project, but in the meantime The Guardian has a fascinating article on Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn titled “The tiny American towns passing anti-abortion ordinances.”

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Trans activists are going after a liberal Irish journalist for refusing to endorse every jot and tittle of their agenda. Gript has the details.

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Cases of euthanasia in Luxembourg has gone up 56%, as per the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition.

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According to the Daily Mail, one Australian state is preparing to make gender-neutral bathrooms mandatory in all workplaces. Trans rights are effectively cancelling single-sex spaces, and there’s not much the feminists could do about it.

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Over at Public Discourse, Gladden Pappin has a great piece titled “The Family Imperative,” looking at some of the policies that have boosted the birthrate and reduced the abortion rate in countries like Hungary.

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More soon.

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