First, some stipulations: I’m not a Catholic; I oppose abortion–yes, even in cases of rape and incest–and also oppose contraceptive methods that are potentially abortifacient. Those should be criminalized; Aside from (2), I have no concern for micromanaging the family planning choices that husbands and wives make. That means any contraceptive method that does not […]
In addition to the carnage of abortion, there is this little tidbit: More than 1 million abortions took place in the U.S. in 2008, and about half of women getting an abortion had already had one before. This is a serious problem on several levels. Demographic, political, and–yes–spiritual. A little over 20 years ago, among […]
ADULT stem cells, that is. In this case, using mature stem cells, scientists were able to grow a “baby” liver.
At least these folks are honest about which side they are on. There is no “good” feminism.
Almost 30 years ago, in 11th grade health class, we all had a very substantial discussion of homosexuality. (The health class included a sex-ed component, and it was in this context that the discussion took place.) The teacher–RR, who was also my tennis coach–was quite liberal, but, to his credit, was fair in his presentation […]
A 2-year-old girl has a new windpipe, grown via stem cells. Her OWN stem cells, that is.
A pro-life group at University of Buffalo encountered a fair share of opposition, some of it from faculty. A particular feminista, however, earned the Panties in a Bunch Award.
This is his take on the Kermit Gosnell trial. No doubt this case will spark protests that Not All Abortion Clinics Are Like That as it gradually leaks into the public consciousness despite the best efforts of the media to keep it contained. But that is akin to claiming that there was nothing wrong with […]
but the trial gets no coverage from msm. I definitely agree with Gainor: this has much to do with the MSM not wanting to expose the horrors of the abortion industry. Shameful.
or you support beheading women for refusing to become prostitutes, according to Suzanne Nossel of Amnesty International. While the story is reprehensible, Nossel’s take is insidious in its own right: In a statement, Nossel said women and girls in the region “are raped, killed, forced into marriage in childhood, prevented from obtaining an education and […]