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Justice, marriage and religious liberty
The Obama administration made the incoherent declaration last week that it will no longer defend in court a federal law it must enforce. And thus the Justice Department signaled the likelihood that injustices may lie on the landscape for a…
Philip Nitschke is a joke. Seriously.
Jim Carrey. Ricky Gervais. Adam Sandler. Steve Martin. All well-known comedians. How about adding to the list Philip Nitschke?
The age of ageing
The proportion and sheer numbers of the elderly are unprecedented in the history of humanity.
Guys v. men
“Where Have the Good Men Gone?” asks the title of a Wall Street Journal essay adapted from Kay Hymowitz's new book, Manning Up.
Gorbachev at eighty
On Wednesday, the last leader of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, celebrates his 80th birthday. A leading British scholar salutes a man who changed Russia and the world for the better.
Most locked-in patients are happy, study finds
What medical condition would definitely make life not worth living? At the top of most people’s lists would be locked-in syndrome: complete paralysis and inability to communicate other than by blinking. It was made famous in The Diving Bell and…
A victory for truth: the life of Bernard Nathanson
An unlikely hero of human dignity died this week, a doctor who once performed thousands of abortions.
Live Action’s act: a critique
For all the good that may come of the expose of Planned Parenthood, the means used are extremely troubling.
Live Action’s act: a defence
Is it always wrong to lie? What if there is a serious reason?
Stop killing the disabled
I remember receiving a notice in March 2005, a warning written by a man in the Netherlands, that if America allows Terri Schiavo to die in the manner that was unfolding so dramatically at the time, Dutch euthanasia would soon…
Union battle is out of hand
Protests over budget bills and their impact on unions have grown and spread from Wisconsin to other states, and will continue to erupt. Americans are getting increasingly involved and passions are flaring, aided in one way or another by popular…
Your Constitutional right to be crazy
The man who killed six people and seriously wounded a Congresswoman in Tucson was crazy. But not crazy enough to be locked up.
Is “Yuck!” a good enough reason?
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Do taboos on incest and infanticide have a rational basis?
E-Readers and Kids
I'd never considered that technology could be my ally...
Government drops defense of marriage
The president has decided that a federal law put in effect by President Bill Clinton and upheld through the Bush administration…is no longer defensible.
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