Millennial writer Christopher White has a new article at Crux. He writes: Fifteen years ago this month, President George W. Bush announced he was issuing a moratorium on the future spending of federal funds for embryonic stem cell research. He would later refer to this as one of the most consequential “Decision Points” (the title… Read More Bush’s Stem Cell Decision Was the Right Call
via Jessica Masulli Reyes, The News Journal: In a landmark decision, the Delaware Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s death penalty statute is unconstitutional. A 148-page opinion released Tuesday afternoon said that the current law is a violation of the Sixth Amendment role of the jury. The decision of whether and how to reinstate the… Read More Delaware’s Death Penalty Declared Unconstitutional by State’s Supreme Court
Via CNS: At a time when the official party platform advocates for removing current legislative restrictions on obtaining abortions, pro-life Democrats came to Philadelphia with a counter message: You can’t win big without us. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has called for repealing the Hyde Amendment, which forbids federal funding for most abortions and continues to… Read More Pro-life Democrats Deliver Whole Life Message in Philadelphia
Millennial writer Christoper White has a new article at Crux. He writes: If certain individuals or organizations lobby for the protection of animals, might they want to extend their sympathies to all vulnerable creatures, such as unborn children? The reverse, however, also deserves consideration: Wouldn’t it behoove pro-lifers to rethink their own attitude toward animal… Read More A Pro-life, Pro-animal Welfare Movement
If liberals and libertarians sincerely believe that autonomy and choice should trump the protection of human life in the case of unwanted pregnancies, then the question has often arisen: why should men not be free to exercise their choice to terminate a pregnancy or opt out of an unwanted pregnancy in some other way? A… Read More Men and the “Right to Choose”
Check out this great video from 15 people with Down syndrome to a future mom:
At its core, the whole life movement is dedicated to protecting the life and dignity of all people. It is rooted in a belief in the innate dignity and worth of every single human being. Each human being is a person with innate and equal value, and human life is sacred. From these premises comes… Read More What is the Whole Life Movement?