If you have read my “about me” page, you know that I was paralyzed in a car accident almost 7 years ago. I have always been a pro-life advocate, but recently I have found myself at the forefront of the stem cell research debate in this country as someone who could theoretically benefit from such research. After testifying at a senate judiciary committee hearing in the state of Missouri in favor of a ban on human cloning I have made it my goal to research and educate people about stem cell research and human cloning. The majority of this blog will be dedicated to right to life/bioethical information, otherwise I will comment on various matters of faith, politics, and whatever else may peak my interest on any given day.
Over the next month and a half I will be specifically focusing on Amendment 2, which will be voted on in Missouri this November. This amendment will create a constitutional right to clone and destroy human embryos for scientific research and I am working hard along with the Catholic Church and other churches and pro-life organizations across the state to try to fight it.