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Euphemisms abound in the Democratic platform on abortion

NARAL-Pro-Choice America

As I read the Democratic Party platform on abortion, I couldn’t help but wonder what George Orwell would have said. In 1946, Orwell wrote a famous essay, “Politics and the English Language,” that described political speech and writing as “largely …

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America’s extreme abortion laws

Supreme Court

We know what the majority on the Supreme Court thinks about abortion. But increasingly, the court of public opinion is issuing a different ruling. It hasn’t even been a month since the Supreme Court handed down a decision many saw …

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No Christianity, no hospitals


Don’t take Christian contributions for granted. A recent poll by the Pew Research Center found that the percentage of Americans who “think” that religion plays a role in solving important social problems “has fallen significantly” in the past fifteen years. …

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Tell her you love her


Recently, when my wife, Meg Korpi, was dying of cancer, a longtime friend offered some advice I’m really glad I heeded. “Hutch” Hutchins told me I should write a tribute, expressing what she’s meant to me and how much I …

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Broken ethics on the high court

Supreme Court

What is the value of a human life? A human life is priceless, according to only authority that really matters-the ultimate arbiter of the universe, our Creator. Yes, people have infinite intrinsic worth. Men and women are designed and created …

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