The Roe Reversal : A Victory for Democracy and Life

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The United States Supreme Court has reversed Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years under one of the world’s most permissive abortion regimes. The American abortion landscape has been fundamentally altered with the decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. As tensions flare, we must consider the international implications of this momentous ruling, with an […]

Abortion Is No Remedy

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The Editor SIR, This letter is in response to the news article published in the Jamaica Gleaner on Sunday January 3, 2021 titled, ‘New year hope- First babies of 2021 blessing for moms’, which illuminates the hypocrisy and conflict of interest exuding from the State Minister of Health Mrs. Cuthbert Flynn as she visited three […]

The Morality V.S. The Reality of Abortion

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A Gleaner editorial published on January 31, 2021, detailed that Jamaican taxpayers spend an estimated $1.4 million USD on complications due to botched abortions yearly. MP Cuthbert-Flynn has recently lamented on the Caribbean Policy Research Institute’s (CAPRI) Livestream on Feb 4, 2021, that “we need to focus on the reality not the morality of abortion”. […]

NFBP Has Lost Sight Of Its Mandate

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Dear Editor, If the National Family Planning Board (NFPB) is really geared towards sexual and reproductive health, then arguments to legalize abortion should not even be considered because legalization of abortion contradicts its mandate. Efforts to circumvent the social issues that prevail will be futile if the NFPB continues to make the distribution of condoms […]

Group Demands Life Sentences For Child Rapists

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Wide-ranging presentations were made yesterday to the joint select committee of Parliament reviewing the Sexual Offences Act and related laws, with four groups registering strong positions on several issues such as abortion, sexual offences against children, and retention of the ‘buggery law’. Nadeen Spence, co-founder of the Tambourine Army, called for jury trials in rape […]