Archive for the 'Life issues' Category

Genocide in the US of A

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I just got an e-mail from the Center for Bioethical Reform, and they provided two interesting facts about abortion in the United States: -Did you know that since 1973, more than twice as many blacks have died from abortion than from heart disease, cancer, accidents, violent crimes and AIDS combined? -Did you know that Blacks […]

Constitutional right to life

Joseph Farah makes a great point: “We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United […]

Romney’s healthcare plan provides abortion coverage

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From Friends of Fred Thompson: This is Romney’s health care plan of which he claims authorship and credit. The plan guarantees Planned Parenthood a seat at the decision-making table. The plan provides taxpayer-funded abortions for a copay of $50. The plan penalizes individuals not buying health insurance coverage and small businesses not offering health insurance […]

Stem cell breakthrough

Speaking of stem cell research, a friend has alerted me to the following story. Prolifers have been arguing for years that research on embryonic stem cells is both immoral and unnecessary (See my essay on the topic written in May 2002). Of course, advocates of embryonic stem cell research remain unconvinced. As I stated in […]

Another “interesting” conversation

Last time I mentioned a conversation, it was with someone who did not believe this world is real. That was an interesting conversation, I must say, but the other day I received an e-mail from some guy who was obviously not interested in any kind of intelligent discussion. He took issue with my essay on […]

How I got started blogging

Well, the main thing that got me started blogging was that I needed some way to keep people updated on my latest essays and what was going on with my website. I got tired of having to play with html each time, so I decided to do the updates in blog form. I also liked […]

If it’s good enough for Tigger…

It seems that many people argue that euthanasia should be legalized on the grounds that “we do it for our pets, so why shouldn’t we do it for suffering family members?” I am actually shocked to see this kind of reasoning used in public fora. Can we really compare the value of a human being […]

Why I can’t support Mitt Romney

Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily articulates my concerns very well: Mitt Romney, fresh from a victory in the Iowa straw poll, says now he was wrong to misrepresent his position on abortion as a candidate and governor of Massachusetts. In other words, he admits he lied – then. But, what if he wasn’t lying back then? […]