Things to be Dodged

From the New Hampshire Union Leader, 8/15/17, page C1, “DNA discovery: NH biologist reacts to gene-editing breakthrough”: an associate professor of molecular and systems biology at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine is asked for his comment on a recent study published in the journal Nature.┬áThe study reports that researchers in Oregon have had success using… Read More Things to be Dodged

Darlene Pawlik and Rebecca Kiessling: “Did I deserve the death penalty?”

Seventh in the Voices to Trust series. Rebecca Kiessling of Save the 1 is featured in an ad for Feminists for Life. She is a woman who was conceived in rape, and she has one question about rape-and-incest exceptions to abortion regulation. I interviewed Rebecca a couple of years ago. When asked about the no-exceptions… Read More Darlene Pawlik and Rebecca Kiessling: “Did I deserve the death penalty?”

On Roe+42, quite a legislative ride

The New Hampshire House held a committee hearing on a personhood bill today. Lots of testimony in favor, lots of skeptical questions from the committee members. No vote yet. Meanwhile, down in Washington, a big-deal pro-life vote planned to coincide with the national March for Life morphed into something else. I’m still trying to sort… Read More On Roe+42, quite a legislative ride

Notes from the NHGOP convention

After the dust settled at Saturday’s 2014 New Hampshire Republican convention, there was still one political party in New Hampshire with a platform that recognizes and respects the right to life of every human being. That outcome was worth waiting for. My information comes from what I heard even after the proceedings were closed to… Read More Notes from the NHGOP convention