Georgia Life Act Has a Pulse, and It Beats Steady

(Landon Trust)

The larger issues with H.B. 481, such as the constitutionality of the timeframe for an abortion, the extent to which the law imposes an undue burden on a mother, or the attribution of personhood to an unborn fetus, have regrettably been conflated with false claims about mothers receiving abortions being prosecuted under Georgia law.”

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Economic Inequality Is a Red Herring

(Joshua Lott/Reuters)

There’s nothing wrong with working for minimum wage, just as there’s nothing wrong with being unable to touch your toes— but if you wish to make more money, you must gain valuable skills, experience, and perhaps start stretching.”

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Is Trump Right on China?

(Jim Watson/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images)

“It’s time to rethink our trade relationship with China, and so far, President Trump has taken the appropriate measures to set it right.”

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What Notre Dame Says about Civilization

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“The destruction of Notre Dame has shaken our complacent belief in the permanence of things and the ability for our culture to last without care and cultivation. It reveals and reminds us that life is a fragile thing, and even the strongest bastions dedicated to the eternal can still be brought down.”

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Understanding Hitler’s Worldview (Part I)

(Nazi T4 Euthanasia Nurses)

“[Werner Catel] called for the continuation of the Nazi program of involuntary euthanasia, saying, “…We are not talking about humans here, but rather beings that were merely procreated by humans and that will never themselves become humans endowed with reason or a soul.”

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