Negligence, Insensitivity, or Murder?
Anthony Esolen, Public Discourse
Kermit Gosnell was not sentenced to life imprisonment for sloppiness, for insensitivity, for bad keepsakes, for a backed up drain, for fleas, or even for making women suffer. He was sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering three babies.
Just Brilliant! Three Things Only a PhD Can Believe
Louis Markos, Salvo
At times, this academic groupthink leads PhDs to defend issues that are indefensible and to give their allegiance to causes that are immoral or unethical.
Vermont Becomes Third State to Legalize Assisted Suicide
Steven Ertelt, LifeNews.com
With Governor Peter Shumlin’s signature on a bill the state legislature approved, Vermont today becomes the third state after Oregon and Washington to legalize assisted suicide.
Salvation by Technique
R.R. Reno, First Things
From the French Revolution onward we’ve entertained dreams of a single, profound, and decisive moment that will transform society, or even human nature itself.