Charlie Gard’s Human Rights

And now for something completely different, after a month filled with New Hampshire posts. Read this from Aleteia: “Charlie Gard case raises questions about medical treatment and parental rights.” Charlie Gard is an infant who at this writing is in a hospital in London, England. He was born severely ill with a “rare, fatal condition”… Read More Charlie Gard’s Human Rights

Resistance to prenatal ultrasounds is “non-negotiable”?

Pro-life Democrats are getting some national attention this week, courtesy of a party leader. The Washington Post has a commentary by Adam Blake about a declaration this week by the Democratic National Committee chairman, Thomas Perez. The occasion for Mr. Perez’s outburst was concern over a  Democratic candidate in Nebraska. DNC chairman Tom Perez Perez: “Every… Read More Resistance to prenatal ultrasounds is “non-negotiable”?

A small step in the right direction: less tax money to UNFPA

Cross-posted from my piece on DaTechGuy Blog, 4/5/17. President Trump’s State Department has told the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to get along without U.S. financial support. There are people who think this is a bad idea. I’m not one of them. Neither is Reggie Littlejohn. I met Reggie very briefly a couple of years… Read More A small step in the right direction: less tax money to UNFPA

On Party Unity: a Tale of Two Bills

The New Hampshire House voted a few minutes ago to kill a “right-to-work” bill. My Facebook and Twitter feeds are noisy with the cries of RTW advocates who are upset that SB 11 failed on the Republicans’ watch. Right-to-work is in the state GOP platform. Republican leadership in legislative and executive branches promoted the bill.… Read More On Party Unity: a Tale of Two Bills