Category Archives: against killing babies

The limits of our moral sentiments

John Zmirak, in his review of Gimme Shelter, hits a bit of a personal note: I wanted to look away.  I wanted to “pause” this film and go order a Tanqueray and tonic. I had too much in common, I … Continue reading

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Continuing the conversation

I seem to be experiencing my own 15 minutes of fame by way of having my previous post quoted on Andrew Sullivan’s blog. The amount of traffic I’ve received in the past 48 hours is about on par with what … Continue reading

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Are we too responsible?

Tristyn Bloom on one aspect of pro-abortion thought that is often neglected: We often hear that a problem with young people today is that we are irresponsible. We don’t have a sense of duty. We don’t have a sense of … Continue reading

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​No, you don’t have to be a crazy right-wing religious nut to be anti-abortion

(although it doesn’t hurt). You just have to actually be willing to see past the smokescreens, doublethink and red-herrings. Take Nate Hentoff, for example: A famous liberal who was a staple at the Village Voice and who had a column … Continue reading

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