1. This morning on my e-mail I read that Google, the world’s largest internet search engine, is being sued by a Christian lobbying and education organization, the Christian Institute, a UK registered charity. The Institute had wanted to advertise on Google’s AdWords with an ad reading: “UK abortion law: news and views on abortion from the Christian Institute. http://www.christian.org.uk.” The company told the Institute, “Google policy does not permit the advertisement of websites that contain ‘abortion and religion-related content.’”

According to the Institute, this is a violation of Britain’s antidiscrimination laws. Apparently Google has no such qualms about accepting ads from abortionists, such as Marie Stopes International. Colin Hart, Director of the Christian Institute, said, “Google promotes itself as a company committed to the ideals of free speech and the free exchange of ideas. It is against this standard that Google’s anti-religious policy is so unjust. To describe abortion and religion-related content as ‘unacceptable content’ while at the same time advertising pornography is ridiculous.” Read full story here:

2. Also this morning, I came across this quote from the Republican National Coalition for Life Report, about Dr. Janet Daling, a pro-choice researcher. “She tried to publicize the abortion/breast cancer link back in 1994, only to see it wiped off the National Cancer Institutes website. She was quoted in the Los Angeles Daily News as saying: ‘I have three sisters with breast cancer, and I resent people messing around with scientific data to further their own agenda, be they pro-choice or pro-life. I would have loved to have found no association between breast cancer and abortion, but our research is rock solid and our data is accurate. It’s not a matter of believing. It’s a matter of what is.’”

3. Finally, a few days ago I was looking at the website of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation. They are “dedicated to curing breast cancer at every stage – from the causes to the cures.” They claim to have “supported every advance in breast cancer research over the past 25 years.”

They have a very helpful, comprehensive site for anyone diagnosed with breast cancer. For those who want to avoid getting breast cancer, they offer a Breast Cancer Risks Table listing various risks for breast cancer from strong, to moderate, to weak, to no increase. A high risk factor, for example, would be “having a family history of breast cancer”, a moderate risk is “not having children or having a first child after 35”, a weak risk might be “light at night”. According to them, abortion presents no increase or decrease in risk.

They will grant a causal relationship between female hormone therapy and breast cancer, but when it comes to a link between abortion and breast cancer they say: “While numerous case-control studies have suggested that abortion may moderately increase the risk of breast cancer, the nature of these studies makes the accuracy of their results questionable (studies not shown).”

Do you see a pattern here? It is only since 1973 that abortion on demand became legal in these United States. In the matter of half a century abortion has gone from being a “crime against humanity” (as in the Nuremberg trials), to being a holy thing that must not be written or spoken against!