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Ouch! That hurts?

Since when do doctors have to tell us that it is acceptable to take someone’s life simply because they allegedly do not feel pain?

American Opinion = Moral Guideline?

Ever wonder why editorial writers, even on the pro-life side of things, place so much credence in opinion polls? When discussing why most Americans really don’t accept the sweeping Roe v. Wade/ Doe v. Bolton Supreme Court decisions of 1973

Mistaken identity

Have you ever had an “I think I know you, but I can’t recall your name” moment when you see a familiar face at a gathering? And even worse, have you said, “Hi, Jane,” only to blush in embarrassment at the reply, “I’m sorry but my name’s Ruth”?

Junkyard dogs and Pro-life Memorial Day

When Jerry Falwell writes a column and calls me a junkyard dog, he isn’t kidding! And what he refers to is quite simply another in the long line of activities American Life League has developed to keep everybody’s eye on precisely what pro-lifers are supposed to be doing — saving babies!

Frist frosts me

Senator Bill Frist is home in Tennessee telling his listeners that he is pro-life, has a pro-life voting record, but as a heart surgeon he is “used to talking living tissue from one person and transplanting it to give life to someone else.”

Painfully clear

Kelly Taylor is 28 years old and while not terminally ill, does suffer from a congenital heart condition that she does not wish to live with.

Free and easy

It’s always amazing to read about what Planned Parenthood plans to do about forcing death on the unsuspecting.

Eugenic euphoria

The news report that British experts in human embryology have the technology to allow parents to choose non-defective human embryos is more than disturbing.

Numb numbers

As a society, we love to count things. In fact, we count almost anything that can be counted. Whenever there are a lot of things to count, official counters seem to pop up

Weird waffling

Sen. Bill Frist betrayed the babies. So what does National Right to Life have to say? Oh, not much really. Their pro-Republican but not-so-sure-about-pro-life position is that they are “disappointed” with Frist for supporting human embryonic stem cell research.