Monthly Archives: January 2006

Re: Talking about SD proposes abortion ban


 Quote SD proposes abortion ban On the 33rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, as demonstrators march on Washington both for and against abortion, it is worth noting that the South Dakota legislature is going to try another attempt at banning … Continue reading

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Coretta Scott King and the importance of women


On the passing of Coretta Scott King, I am reminded of a routine that Damon Wayans did, talking about how much he loves his wife for supporting him.  (I will now attempt to remember/paraphrase the routine below.) Men, we would … Continue reading

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intelligent design and the Vatican


According to the Reuters report "Intelligent design" not science: Vatican paper, the Vatican is not endorsing intelligent design.  At least, that is the overall feel of the article.   However, a few things should be noted: The Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore … Continue reading

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SD proposes abortion ban


On the 33rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, as demonstrators march on Washington both for and against abortion, it is worth noting that the South Dakota legislature is going to try another attempt at banning abortions in their state.  I … Continue reading

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Definition and purpose of a moral compass


I’ve noticed over the past couple of months that one of the most common ways that people find their way to this blog is by doing a search for "moral compass".  I wonder if searchers are looking for a definition … Continue reading

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Teen murderer is not juvenile or insane – our culture is


According to the AP article "Teen Held Without Bail in Fla. Beating": On Monday, Circuit Judge Steven P. DeLuca ordered Daugherty, 17, held for 21 days under juvenile detention and ordered a psychological examination. Prosecutors have not yet decided whether to … Continue reading

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