chicken-coop security excessive, foxes report
By Diogenes (articles ) | Oct 13, 2010
A year-long investigation conducted by foxes has determined that poultry farmers devote excessive attention to security measures for chicken coops. Details on this important study later. For now, the New York Times offers a similar report:
A yearlong investigation by Naral Pro-Choice New York found that crisis pregnancy centers — in addition to the E.M.C. centers, there are at least four others in the city — feed women information that has been medically refuted (including an old standby, rejected by the National Cancer Institute, that abortions cause higher rates of breast cancer).
The abortion lobby says that its competitors engage in misleading advertising. What a surprise! And—what a coincidence!-- the crisis-pregnancy centers tell the Times that Planned Parenthood engages in false advertising. But the Times story slaps down the pro-lifers’ claim (although it is accurate), and lets the abortionists’ claim stand unquestioned.
By the way, did the National Cancer Institute say that abortion does not cause higher rates of breast cancer? No; the report said that the connection has not been demonstrated. Go ahead: google it. Browse through the readily available literature, and see if you’re convinced that the connection is “medically refuted.”
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