The American Medical Association vs. Human Nature

Sep 6, 2017 by

by Philip Hawley Jr, Public Discourse: The AMA’s Code of Medical Ethics is a cautionary tale of what happens when medical ethics are grounded in social policy and personal intuitions rather than timeless, universal, and immutable moral truths. In his prophetic work, The Abolition of Man, C.S....

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bpas warned for “harassment” of Boots staff

Sep 2, 2017 by

from SPUC: Pharmacy chain Boots sent a legal warning to bpas after the abortion provider helped supporters send “a torrent of personal abuse” to its staff. It has emerged that Boots sent two legal warnings to bpas (British Pregnancy Advisory Service) concerning their campaign to force...

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California Health Insurer Fined $200K for Not Covering Elective Sex Change Procedures

Aug 24, 2017 by

by Samuel Smith, Christian Post: A California health insurer has been penalized with a hefty fine for refusing to cover sex-reassignment procedures. The state’s Department of Managed Health Care, the entity responsible for overseeing health care plans in the state, has penalized the...

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New pill to enable safer promiscuity

Aug 15, 2017 by

from Christian Concern: A new HIV prevention drug is to be provided by the NHS from September. NHS England announced that Pre-exposure prophylaxis, also known as PrEP will be made available to sexual health clinics across the UK. In an initial 3 year trial a minimum of 10,000 individuals will be...

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The great lies and the cost of telling the truth

Aug 9, 2017 by

from MassResistance: The horrific treatment of Dr. Paul Church has become a nightmare – affecting him, of course, but ultimately all of us as well. Because he told the medical truth and refused to bow to political correctness on this critical public health issue, he has now been banned from four...

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Sexual Liberation and the Emergence of Transhumanism

Aug 8, 2017 by

by Sean Haylock, Crisis Magazine: Sexual liberation and transhumanism share an anthropology. Both view the human person as an emergent phenomenon, and as something malleable. Both view the self as sovereign, the will as ultimately answerable to nothing other than its own prerogatives. Exploring...

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