Category Archives: Culture of Death

It’s 9/11…again

Nothing new to say. Some posts from the past for any interested: People in the Sky A remembrance dedicated to the victims A poem

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Are you tough enough?

In passing…Leaving work the other night I turned on the radio to be greeted by the Republican candidates’ debate on CNN. I figured I could tough it out for a few minutes. Self-described conservative talk radio host Hugh Hewitt was … Continue reading

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Repubs and the March for Life

Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, Scott Walker, Chris Christie, Mike Huckabee, Rick Perry, Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal, Lindsay Graham…am I forgetting any of the Republican 2016 presidential hopefuls? Sarah Palin is reputedly “interested”, but I have no idea how seriously. An … Continue reading

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Only the sick need a physician

On Yahoo News I’ve been seeing a lot of links to Huff Post articles that attempt to glorify the abortion “experience,” as though having one were like a trip to Six Flags. There is a website called The Abortion Diary … Continue reading

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Signs of contradiction

Went traveling north this past weekend, to a place Rick Barnett calls the Fourth Circle (of hell, I presume), otherwise known as Atlanta. On the drive up I had hoped to take in the scenery where deserving and forget about … Continue reading

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It’s All in Your Head

I found this article at The Public Discourse, by Patrick Lee and Germain Grisez, so clinically dispassionate that it was like watching a dissection with words as cutlery. For example: “The living individual after brain death…is similar to a sustained … Continue reading

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The bright line

Whenever the Gosnell trial is brought up on the news, I keep hearing either the reporter him or herself, or the ‘expert’ commentator they’ve hauled into to commentate, bellow that this case is “not about abortion, but about infanticide,” or … Continue reading

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Some Lifelinks..and keeping Gosnell front and center

Over at Lifesitenews, we learn that iPS cells may not, after all, be the hoped-for ethical deliverance from the patently immoral culling of stem cells from leftover IVF or cloned human embryos – immoral because the culling kills the embryo. … Continue reading

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In the bombing’s aftermath, let the platitudes begin

I haven’t written about this because I think reticence the best course when the only response one has to offer is anger of the merely bloodthirsty sort. I turned on the TV a few days ago mere moments after the … Continue reading

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News on the Female Sex Cell

There was my experience with the girl in this post, but it must be kept in mind that I also have to read stuff like this: Embryos or fetuses have no feeling of their own when they are in the … Continue reading

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