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Egypt’s crisis in a global context
Whatever happens internally, a change of foreign policy would have profound effects on the way the world works.
Marry, be happier, live longer
A good, lasting marriage makes the spouses happier and healthier and increases their lifespan, compared with cohabitation. On average. That’s the net finding of a review of 148 studies in seven European countries, according to an editorial in the British…
When is abortion murder?
What went on in the Pennsylvania abortion clinic authorities called a “house of horrors” raises critical questions that can’t go by as news cycles change.
Joan of Arc? Now?
The feast day of this fearless woman is May 30. So why was Pope Benedict devoting attention to her in his Wednesday audience this week?
Professional sports in the age of Twitter
But the random Twitter and Facebook comments of fans who were doing their best to rile up Packers fans until the moment we knew lost was inevitable aren’t as interesting as the tweets teammates, fellow football players and commentators were…
Who was missing from the March for Life?
The news media. Last year Newsweek tried to claim young women were the ones missing. That fallacy exposed, they tried just ignoring it this year. So did most other big outlets. But media blackouts don’t work anymore. Except to marginalize…
How’s life in the US?
What irony that the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the March for Life, and the State of the Union all fall in the same week.
March for life takes on a new meaning for me
Experiencing all of this right at the anniversary of the legalization of abortion in the United States was a stark contrast of the choices that some women make to terminate their pregnancies; to say no to this joy my entire…
Why Obama’s “hope” platform failed
It appealed to a liberal-religious alliance that had disappeared.
Abortionist charged with murder
Jarring headline. Not that abortion doesn't take human life every day. But startling to see that law enforcement and media actually noticed.
Dutch activists planning euthanasia clinic
The Dutch voluntary euthanasia society (NVVE) is planning to open an eight-person clinic in 2012 where people can go to end their lives. It estimates that about 1,000 people a year would take advantage of its facilities. It would cater…
Where are last year’s watchdogs of youthful innocence?
Does anyone remember last year’s uproar over clerical sexual abuse of minors? Or the last lot of breast-beating over teenage pregnancy? If your answers were, How could we forget? And, Er, I think so, try the next question: Have you…
The pain of anonymous parentage
A new US forum gives voice to the grown children of anonymous donors.
The pro-life movement is young
They came from all over the country, some riding in buses for 20 hours or more, many spending the night in church basements, all braving the cold, frosty weather to attend the 38th March for Life in Washington D.C.
Oprah in Oz
I continue to be amazed by the reaction that Oprah’s visit to Australia created. We were calling the Sydney Opera House the “Oprah House” during her visit, for goodness’ sake!
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