Maclean’s cover story on “The New Canadian Morality: What we believe about infidelity, the death penalty, euthanasia, abortion, wearing fur …”

The Toronto Star has a long article on the black market for human eggs.

The Baltimore Sun reports that the Baltimore city council is about to force crisis pregnancy centers to erect signs that say they do not provide abortion or birth control services. The regulations would not require abortion facilities to advertise that they do not offer life-saving counselling.

An excerpt of Sarah Palin’s memoir appeared in the (London) Times: “My life with a Down’s syndrome child.”

Brian Lilley at MercatorNet: “Children are the cause of climate change says the United Nations.”

Hillary White at “Germany Faces Economic Downturn with Plummeting Birth Rate and Aging Population.”

Stem Cell Research Facts is a new website that details the success stories in adult stem cell research.

The Providence Journal reports that Patrick Kennedy’s bishop has banned him from receiving communion due to the Congressman’s abortion stance. Bishop Tobin responds.

Sun Media reports, “Bill to target child porn: Internet providers must report illegal images under proposed law.”

The New York Times reported that the University of Nebraska board of regents refused to restrict the use of embryonic stem cells in research at the university. The proposal to limit the use of ESCs was defeated on a tie vote after Jim McClurg, a regent once endorsed by Nebraska Right to Life, voted to maintain the status quo.