Month: January 2019

10 reasons why reducing suffering doesn’t justify genetic editing

Published with permission from the Human Preservation blog, January 25, 2019, by Christopher M. Reilly — If we can edit the DNA of an embryo to potentially eliminate a genetic abnormality, “disease,” or disability, perhaps we can spare that human being from future suffering. How can any human being argue against that?… Here are ten arguments for resisting the impulse to exercise misguided compassion through genetic editing of human embryos.

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What marijuana and sanctuary cities can teach the pro-life movement

Originally published on LifeSiteNews, March 27, 2018, by Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. — On March 23rd, President Donald Trump signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018, also known as the omnibus budget deal.  The budget funded Planned Parenthood, with no conscience protections for pro-lifers.  It also funded “sanctuary cities” that openly defy federal immigration law and defunded the Justice Department’s ability to enforce federal marijuana laws.  What I find most interesting about this budget boondoggle is what it tells us in the pro-life movement about the real political power of defiance.

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