I’ve talked here before about how science fiction is not so fictional anymore, even when it comes to human cloning. Lately, some other, smarter people have also been taking notice. First, over at the American Spectator, Daniel Allott takes a look at the movie Gattaca and how, 15 years later, the sci-fi thriller is fast becoming our reality: In Gattaca’s … Read More
Editing video is hard! Since Rebecca Taylor and I had such a good time chatting with each other last month, we decided to try it again…and possibly make it a regular thing! Introducing BioTalk (the name is still up in the air), where Rebecca and I — and possibly other guests in the future?? — will talk about all things … Read More
In ten days the legality of assisted suicide will be voted on in the state of Massachusetts. One of these days I will get my act together and write about this myself. In the meantime, check out the following links: 1. 5 Key Facts Bbout the Dangerous Assisted Suicide Ballot Measure in MA — Jennifer Popik, JD from the Robert … Read More
This is wonderful! The Cor Project and Crudem Foundation have joined forces to bring Blessed John Paul II’s Theology of the Body teachings to Haiti, a country who’s devastating poverty has lead to struggling marriage rates. According to Christopher West, very few people get married in Haiti. “The cultural situation is very different (from the U.S.). As was explained to … Read More
Regarding the recent attempted murder of a 14 year old girl in Pakistan for daring to promote the rights of all girls to become educated, Ken Connor writes: This is the terrifying reality facing women across the Muslim world, yet amidst the hubbub of Election 2012 this story is barely making the news cycle. Planned Parenthood is too busy ginning … Read More
Blessed JP II, pray for us! Over at Catholic Lane I revisit John Paul II’s contribution to building a culture of life.
I don’t know who made this image, but it reminds of Michelle Malkin’s column this week responding to a ridiculous ad for Obama from some Hollywood feminists.
I can’t believe Planned Parenthood supporters still peddle this nonsense. During Tuesday night’s debate Obama said: “Millions of women all across the country who rely on Planned Parenthood for not just contraceptive care. They rely on it for mammograms, for cervical cancer screenings. That’s a pocketbook issue for women and families all across the country.” Repeat after me: Planned Parenthood … Read More
Although skeptical and scared at first, it didn’t take long after the birth of his daughter Paisley for Heath White to discover that the abortion he originally wanted for her would not have prevented anyone any suffering or embarrassment. Instead, it would have deprived the both of them of a beautiful and happy life together. Thank God for his wife’s … Read More
Last year I brought up the debate over the ethics of embryo adoption in the Catholic Church. Something that I was not even aware was a debate at all. For most people, if the choice is between destroying these embryos and giving them a chance to be born and live regular lives, this seems pretty cut and dried. But, as … Read More
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