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Tipping the scales towards euthanasia
A widely publicized report published by the Royal Society of Canada presents a thoroughly one-sided view.
Will pigs usher in the next medical revolution?
| 14 December 2011 | FEATURES |
Transplanting organs from pigs could be the answer to the shortage of organs for desperately ill patients.
The Gingrich bump is persisting
| 13 December 2011 | SHEILA REPORTS |
So it’s more than a bump. And it’s the darndest thing…media pundits presumably on the same side of the political equation are on opposite sides of the Gingrich calculus.
Welcome to neo-colonialism 101
Why is America trying to force acceptance of gay rights upon African nations?
Does raising kids decrease marital happiness?
| 13 December 2011 | FAMILY EDGE |
In the last post on the new State of Our Unions (SOU) report from the National Marriage Project we read that “the benefits of generosity were particularly pronounced among couples with children.” Parents who were very generous with each other…
Tim Tebow’s the kind of sports role model we need
| 13 December 2011 | TIGER PRINT |
But his ability to turn a game around in the 4th quarter is not what has critics in a tizzy. It’s the fact that through it all he has remained a spiritual and seemingly well-balanced and grounded guy.
Sages, straw dogs, and same-sex marriage
| 12 December 2011 | FEATURES |
Tempestuous emotions are a poor foundation for public policy.
Not only was England's best-loved novelist a genius, he had an astonishing capacity for hard work and concentration.
Is China harvesting organs from ethnic minorities?
| 12 December 2011 | CAREFUL! |
China has admitted that it harvests organs from condemned prisoners, but very little information about the practice has emerged in the press. Executed prisoners are believed to account for two-thirds of all transplants, although the government apparently wants to promote…
Let’s blow the whistle on internet porn
Sex abuse scandals at Penn State and elsewhere have shocked Americans. But why are we ignoring the most widespread abuse of all?
Where the GOP candidates stand
| 12 December 2011 | SHEILA REPORTS |
So here we are, a few weeks away from the first primary elections, with more debates to analyze and more media handicapping of party hopefuls and pundits saying exactly opposite things about the contenders.
Debating euthanasia in the home of the bean and the cod
| 12 December 2011 | CAREFUL! |
Choice is an Illusion, a non-profit opposed to assisted suicide, has launched a new website against the Massachusetts "Death with Dignity" Initiative. The initiative seeks to enact a physician-assisted suicide act in Massachusetts.
Turtle in Paradise
| 12 December 2011 | READING MATTERS |
Toughened by a rough life, eleven-year-old Turtle has learned to take care of her mother.
Is the slippery slope at work in Belgium?
| 11 December 2011 | CAREFUL! |
The “slippery slope” is often derided as a logical fallacy. But when one of the leading advocacy groups for euthanasia in Belgium posts an article entitled “Euthanasie: tijd voor de volgende stap, Euthanasia, time for the next step”, it’s hard…
Tim Tebow and the media
| 11 December 2011 | SHEILA REPORTS |
A lot of major league athletes are Christians. A lot of them invoke God or make personal expressions of faith at some point in their games. That’s been the case for a long time. Why are the media obsessing on…
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