When it comes to the topic of abortion, I often hear the claim that pro-lifers aren’t helping people after they’re born. The idea/objection is that pro-lifers are hypocritical and thus shouldn’t speak out against abortion.
Abortion is essential health care service? According to 2020 president-elect and former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, “abortion is an essential health care service.”
I’ve written previously about my experience of students’ lack of common knowledge, but it seems that today, in general, many young people (and not-so-young people) seem unaware of the history of slavery.
I’ve been thinking about all the monuments that have been toppled and/or vandalized recently in the U.S. by mobs because of their anger over slavery.
These days we often hear and see the slogan “Defund the Police”. I would like to draw our attention to the word “defund”.
I can relate to the character Walt Kowalski played by Clint Eastwood in the fine 2008 film Gran Torino. Like Walt, I’m fed up with foolishness.
Do two wrongs make a right? Nope. It’s a fallacy – a mistake in reasoning.
Like many others, I’ve been thinking about the recent race-related protests and riots. I definitely don’t have all the answers.
Dennis Hiebert (a sociology professor at Providence University College) calls for “necessarily nuanced discussion” about the value of human life in his letter “What does ‘life is sacred’ mean?”
“Rape is about power and control. So are abortion bans. Keep abortion safe and legal.” Or so we are supposed to think, at least according to some billboards posted by a pro-choice group along a freeway near Albuquerque, New Mexico.