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New Surveillance Video Of NYPD Officers Shooting At Black Teen Raises Questions
New surveillance video shows that a black teenager was surrendering to police when they shot at him 16 times in 2013, according to his lawyers.

Little Israel Stinson Dies After Unexpectedly Being Removed From Ventilator
In an abrupt, unexpected, and surprise decision, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge Thursday dissolved an injunction that prevented a local hospital from turning off 2-year-old Israel Stinsonís ventilator.

For Disabled People The Idea Of Assisted Suicide Couldnít Be Bigger.
Robyn Hunt responds to David Seymour by explaining why people with disabilities strongly oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide, in her article published on August 24 in The Spinoff.

India's Deadly Floods Raise Risk Of Women, Children Being Sold Into Slavery
Women and children in India's flood-hit eastern region are at risk of being preyed upon by human traffickers and sold into slavery in middle class homes, restaurants and shops, and even brothels, aid workers warned on Friday.

In India, Girl Babies Are Aborted Just Because They Are Girls
The Indian cultureís discriminatory preference for males is apparent in the state of Tiruvannamalai.

Judge Refuses To Suspend California Law Legalizing Assisted Suicide Targeting Elderly, Disabled
A California judge has refused to suspend the new state law making assisted suicide legal that targets elderly and disabled people.

Abortionist Who Failed To Report Rape Of Two 13-Year-Old Girls Loses His Medical License
Indiana based abortion practitioner has lost his medical license for at least six months after being found guilty on multiple counts of breaking state abortion reporting and health and safety requirements. Ulrich Klopfer is also the abortion practitioner who failed to report the rape of two teenage girls to state officials.

Why You Should Teach Human Development To Your Young Children
Itís hard to keep young children from being traumatized by the horrors of the abortion industry and the culture of death. But the reality is that, sooner or later, your kids will learn about abortion. Here are a few steps you can take to ensure that your children have a firm foundation in the culture of life.

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Ethical Perspectives

New! Radical - Radical Deception and the Cultures of Death
Part One - Man's Duty to Man

Ron Panzer
We join in the hope of millions throughout the world. We hope in Him and find that change guided by His law will restore a culture of life. Yes, there are peace-loving devout Hindus, Buddhists, Taoists, Christians, Jews, secularists and Muslims who only wish to live in peace and who genuinely love one another. Their generosity and kindness were made evident to me as I traveled from country to country so long ago.

New! Let's have a SCIENCE-based debate about LGBT issues

Michael Cook
A landmark report from the US questions cliched views of homosexuality and transgenderism

New! Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, and the FACTS

Judie Brown
Sanger shaped the eugenics movement in America and beyond in the 1930s and 1940s. Her views and those of her peers in the movement contributed to compulsory sterilization laws in 30 U.S. states that resulted in more than 60,000 sterilizations of vulnerable people, including people she considered "feeble-minded," "idiots," and "morons." She even presented at a Ku Klux Klan rally. The facts about the location of specific Planned Parenthood offices/clinics tell a disturbing story.

"IRVING: Disagreement with this "Thomistic" definition of "person""

Dianne N. Irving
Summary: For St. Thomas, "personhood" is not a "meaning"; nor does he or Aristotle use terms such as "unfolding" or "horizons" (modern phenomenology). For Thomas "person" applies to real†human beings only -- not to communities, robots or posthumans. To paraphrase Thomas, the name of "person"(and he uses that term) does not belong to the rational part of the soul, nor to the whole soul alone -- but to the entire human substance (or, subsistens). [Thomas Aquinas, ST, Ia.q29, a.1, ans., ad.2,3,5, p. 156;† ibid, a.2, ans., p. 157;† also ST, IIIa.q19, a.1, ad.4.2127]

Baby Joseph comes home

Mariette Ulrich
Moe Maraachli, Joseph's father, said in response to this week's events: "It's a miracle. My son now has freedom. I'm very happy. My wife and I will respect the second opinion from the hospital in St. Louis. We will accept it with all my heart because Joseph got his human right to get a chance to get a second opinion. When God wants to take his life He'll take it and nobody can say 'No' to God."

Gay marriage an economic boost? Not so fast.

Jennifer Roback Morse
An American think-tank claims that same-sex marriage is a windfall for local economies. This is based on badly flawed assumptions, says an economist.

The Final Corruption of Human Embryology [Revised 6-25-15]

C. Ward Kischer
The history of science records certain events which have seriously impeded the search for truth. That is what science is: the search for truth. Sometimes the truth is obscured due to lack of information, or the means by which to measure; but, at other times, due to deliberate falsehoods. Alexander Kohn said it precisely: "The whole edifice of science is built upon honesty".

Swiss study shows psychological distress of assisted suicide helpers

CareNotKilling
A study by the University of Zurich has shown that a quarter of people who accompany someone to commit assisted suicide suffer serious psychological distress. The results are available in the October issue of the Journal European Psychiatry.