Why I’m Disappointed by the Texas Abortion Law

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Much of the pro-life community is excited over the passage last week of a bill in the Texas House of Representatives restricting abortions after twenty weeks. On the surface, this sounds like a bill that everyone who is pro-life should support. After all, the legislation is based on findings that unborn babies experience pain beginning at the twentieth week of development… Continue Reading »

In Defense of Second-Rate Parenting

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The New York Times recently reported on the growing practice of parents expecting twins electively aborting one so as to give birth to only one of the two. The article describes the situation of a woman, “Jenny,” who “was 45 and pregnant after six years of fertility bills, ovulation injections, donor eggs and disappointment”and yet here she was, 14 weeks into her pregnancy, choosing to extinguish one of two healthy fetuses, almost as if having half an abortion.” … Continue Reading »

Wrong Today, Perhaps Right Tomorrow

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On Monday, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association. In a 7-2 decision, the Court struck down the California law that prohibited the sale or rental of “violent video games” to minors. The law sought only to restrict minors’ access to graphically violent video games without parental consent… . Continue Reading »