The Weekly Standard's editor Fred Barnes on die impressive recent gains in die pro-life movement; Arland K. Nichols of Human Life International reveals how me Health and Human Services mandate on contraception was based on unabashedly biased "information"; die Population Research Institute's Steven Mosher and Wall Street Journal's columnist William McGurn give marvelous "corrections" for tiiose who buy into die Malthusian fears over baby seven billion; young pro-life activist Sarah Ryan writes mat die movement to end abortion is "not a sprint, it's a maratiion" (thank God die young are taking up die mantle!); and our final appendix is Joan Frawley Desmond's report on late Apple founder Steve Jobs, whose personal story, "contrary to die gloomy predictions of abortion-rights supporters," shows that "'unwanted' children consistentiy defy set expectations about their ability to succeed and find happiness, and die love of adoptive parents can make all the difference." [...] we would not be able to greet me New Year with energy were it not for die solace of well-placed humor - which our cartoonist Nick Downes unfailingly supplies.
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