Dear ...... One of the awful side effects of abortion -- even ignoring the slaughter of unborn human life involved -- is the cavalier attitude it creates toward human life in general. So it should be no surprise to anyone when the so-called Journal of Medical Ethics, based in London, published a study advocating "post-birth abortion." I'm not making this up. These self-proclaimed "ethicists" (who I should point out have all already survived the womb themselves) actually argue that parents should be given a kind of "trial period" of unspecified time in which to change their mind and eliminate their baby. Now not surprisingly, a huge outcry of protest arose against this wholly barbaric proposal. Do you know how the authors defended their arguments? They simply applied the Planned Parenthood / National Abortion Rights Action League mantra. They argued that if you accept the abortionists' claim that what they do is ethical under any circumstance, then nothing really changes right after a baby is born. And you know . . . intellectually, they're right. If it really is OK to kill a child the month before his birth, or three months before birth, or by partial birth abortion, how do they make a distinction? Why is there any difference in killing one right AFTER birth? Killing is killing. Of course, given the obvious horror, I don't think it's necessary to argue why the advocates of "post-birth abortion" are wrong. But that is why it is vital that you and I do all we can to force Congress to vote on, and ultimately pass, the Life at Conception Act to reverse Roe V. Wade and ultimately end abortion-on-demand. For Life, Martin Fox, President National Pro-Life Alliance P.S. If you have a few minutes, I think you'll be inspired by the story of one of those people that the post-birth abortionists would do away with. Also, please consider chipping in with a contribution by clicking here. Your National Pro-Life Alliance is entirely dependent on voluntary contributions to keep our vital programs running. We receive no government funding. To help NPLA grow, please consider forwarding this message to a friend.