Monthly Archives: January 2015

California’s Culture of Death

The California legislature has introduced a bill to legalize assisted suicide in California. I find the prospect of this horrifying. Of course, legal euthanasia is the natural consequence of a culture that devalues life; that ridicules Sarah Palin’s Down Syndrome … Continue reading

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About Abortion

Today, January 22, is the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion across the country. There have been at least 56 million abortions since Roe. (1) In Catholic churches, a special Mass is held for the unborn, called, “Day … Continue reading

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Women and Children Last

Some parents are hazardous to their kids’ health, for instance, drug addicts, alcoholics, and molesters. We may know parents like this and worry about the well-being of the children. But there’s a subtle category of parents who can cause harm … Continue reading

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Berkeley’s Tipping Point

Every culture has its social mores. In yours, it may be saying hello to a neighbor during your morning walk. Perhaps it’s discussing the weather with the checker at the grocery store. Maybe in your neck of the woods, people … Continue reading

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