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Feminism's Damning Silence On Miscarriage

How do you handle grief over a miscarriage when the ideology you’ve bought into tells you that you’ve lost nothing more than a clump of cells? Leslie Loftis explores this in her article “Miscarrying While Feminist” in The Federalist: …the essential pretense of abortion, that a fetus has no humanity, has been an established understanding … Read more

Charleston Shooting

Charleston and the Power of Forgiveness

During Charleston shooter Dylan Roof’s bond hearing, none had reason for outrage as much as the families torn apart from Roof’s murderous actions at Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. Yet, instead of expressing outrage when they addressed him, they did the unthinkable. They forgave him. They extended grace and mercy. The New York Times put … Read more

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Greater Love

The Shanghaiist reports that the 26 year-old Chinese TV host, Qiu Yuanyuan, has died after she refused chemo in order to save the life of her unborn child, who was born by C-section in late September. In the wake of her courageous act, her husband, Zhang Qixuan, said that Qiu Yuanyuan “knew nothing could be … Read more

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The Nazis Next Door

According to The New York Times, US spy agencies employed over 1,000 ex-Nazis during the Cold War: They believed the ex-Nazis’ intelligence value against the Russians outweighed what one official called ‘moral lapses’ in their service to the Third Reich. What’s your assessment? Is this justifiable under any circumstances? Contrast this perspective with “Operation Last … Read more