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GOP, American and Christian Values: Innocent Human Life

GOP, American and Christian Values: Innocent Human Life

Thus far, in a series examining various “controverisal” issues and whether they can be considered Republican values, American values, and Christian values, we have examined illegal immigration, limited government, marriage and family, and open government. This installment will examine the issue of protecting innocent human life. Some Republicans claim a woman should have the right to kill her own child in her womb, and that we should be able to destroy innocent human life at the embryonic stage in the pursuit of medical advances. Is abortion a “Republican” value, or is protecting innocent human life?

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Triumph of Ideology Over Law

Triumph of Ideology Over Law

With each passing day it becomes more apparent that President Obama has little respect for the intelligence of his ideological opponents. Stymied by existing law limiting the government’s involvement in the ethically troubling area of “scientific” human embryonic stem cell work, the President crafted a workaround based on rhetorical hair-splitting, issued an executive order, and the dollars began flowing. But Judge Royce Lambert saw it for what it was: a distinction without a difference.

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