Judge Upholds His Decision Overturning California Law Legalizing Assisted Suicide

California citizens were, once again, protected from assisted suicide, yesterday, when the assisted suicide lobby failed in their attempt to reverse a ruling by a Superior Court Judge, that the California assisted suicide law was unconstitutionally enacted. Bill McMorris reported in the Washington Free Beacon that: On Wednesday Riverside Superior Court Judge Daniel Ottolia rejected […]

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Liberals Trash Touching Photo of Ivanka Trump and Her Son: It’s “Tone Deaf” and “White Privileged”

A picture is worth a thousand nasty tweets. On Sunday, May 27th, Ivanka Trump posted a pleasant picture of herself with her son. Normal people wouldn’t find anything offensive in the photo. But normal people aren’t liberals like Halsey, Patton Oswalt, and other celebrities who denounced the picture as an “appalling,” “tone deaf,” “white privileged” […]

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New Study Claims Women Who Kill Their Babies in Abortions Won’t Be Depressed

Abortion activists are touting a new study that claims women will not risk psychological suffering if they abort their unborn babies. Published in JAMA Psychiatry, the study argues that aborting an unborn baby does not cause depression or other mental health problems, and pro-lifers who point to studies showing otherwise are “misinforming” women. “Policies based […]

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Parents Pull Their 11 and 12-Year-Old Kids From School After Class Pushes Sex and Birth Control on Them

San Diego parents pulled their kids from school and rallied outside the district’s headquarters Tuesday, expressing anger and frustration over a sex-ed curriculum they allege is completely inappropriate for their young children. The sixth grade curriculum includes lessons on gender identity, birth control, the stages of sex, STDs, HIV, and pregnancy. Parents are calling the material “too much, […]

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Pro-Life Marathon Runner Races With a Purpose and Does Something Amazing While She Runs

She runs marathons and half-marathons. She runs her four children hither and yon. She runs from her part-time job as an educator to the business in which she and her husband hold partnership with other owners. In many ways, she’s a superhero, especially to her family and the causes which she supports. One of those […]

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Planned Parenthood Can’t Refute Report Showing It Doing Abortions on 12-Year-Old Girls, Not Reporting Sexual Abuse

The Planned Parenthood abortion business apparently is unable to refute a report showing it doing abortions on girls as young as 12 and failing to report the sexual abuse. The Planned Parenthood abortion chain has been caught repeatedly performing abortions on abuse victims as young as 12 and 13 years old, failing to report suspected […]

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A Mother’s Love for Her Unborn Baby Demonstrates Why Abortion is Wrong

Countless pregnant women love (or grow to love) their unborn children. But we do not generally use this fact in any argument against abortion. (Abortion is wrong because it unjustly takes the life of an innocent human being who deserves respect and protection regardless of how others think or feel about her.) Consider, however, the […]

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Planned Parenthood Cancels Abortions After Supreme Court Sides With Pro-Life Law

Two Planned Parenthood facilities in Arkansas are canceling abortions this week after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear a case against a state pro-life law. It is not clear how many unborn babies’ lives may be saved through canceled appointments, but for now, just one abortion facility in the state remains open, NBC News […]

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Podcast: KHN’s ‘What The Health?’ Virginia, The VA, And Military Medicine

In this episode of KHN’s “What the Health?” Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News, Joanne Kenen of Politico, Paige Winfield Cunningham of The Washington Post and Rebecca Adams of CQ Roll Call discuss the Virginia legislature’s about-face with a vote to expand the Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act and the new bill to expand health programs for veterans. Plus, Rovner interviews Dr. Arthur Kellerman, dean of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.

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In praise of doing nothing

Technology has made many aspects of daily life much easier. So why do we still feel so overwhelmed?

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