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Cruel cunning

We live in a world that is upside down, yet far too few people seem to care. And that troubles me. We go along, doing what we do, never stopping to question the media reports that suggest this topsy-turvy reality is the proper direction for culture, our nation and our very lives.

Five in five – no problem?

Since the introduction of the abortion drug, mifepristone (RU-486) five years ago, five women have died from bacterial infections. Or at least that is what has been reported.

Monkey business

Perhaps the kookiest thing I have come across in days is a report concerning “an influential group of bioethicists” gathered together by Johns Hopkins who have approved the use of human brain cells in the developing brain matter of chimps and great apes.

Stem cell skinny

Just got off the phone with an “in the know” Capitol Hill political type, and there is no good news to report.

Horrors, not Hatch

Well you can always say you read it here first. A group of “conservatives” is suggesting that perhaps the wisest choice for Supreme Court nominee would be Utah’s Senator Orrin Hatch.

Ribald rhetoric

If there’s anything the pro-abortion crowd is especially adept with, it’s the subtle use of words — shades of meaning, nuanced turns, linguistic sleight-of-hand.