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Around the World

When putting together my piece on the Obama administration pushing Kenyans to adopt a pro-abortion pro-sharia constitution, as Chris Smith (R., N.J.) puts it, I chatted with folks at both the World Youth Alliance and the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute. Both do yeomen’s work at the United Nations, and internationally, in many cases doing much more than simply saying no, going further and trying to change hearts and minds. And, as the WYA’s name suggests, starting early on. The Left does it, we had better, too.

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