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The Difference Between Privacy Rights in Abortion and Same-Sex Locker Rooms Cases

When most Americans consider the right to privacy they think about the privacy they enjoy in their homes and person. They don’t think about killing unborn children in the womb. But that is not true of liberal activists. To them, the right to privacy is all about abortion because seemingly everything is about abortion on [...]

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Vermont doctors push back against assisted-suicide requirement

Vermont doctors and health care professionals are pushing back against an interpretation of state law that they say requires them to help kill patients who wish to die. Members of two medical groups, the Vermont Alliance for Ethical Healthcare and Christian Medical & Dental Associations, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against officials in two state [...]

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How do you speak politely to 60 different genders?

From time to time, German regional politics has moments of entertainment. A member of the parliament of the state of Brandenburg (in the country’s northeast) recently stated his party’s position on a gender diversity proposal.

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Solutions for Black Americans, Beginning With the Need for Dads

The prospects for a better future are nearly hopeless for roughly 20 percent of black people—those who reside in big-city, crime-infested, and dysfunctional neighborhoods. There is virtually nothing that can be done about it without a major rebuilding of the black community from within. Let’s examine some of the aspects of the problem and the [...]

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The science behind pornography

In behavioral therapy, we talk about behavioral momentum, which works a lot like physical momentum. If you ride your bike downhill, you will notice your momentum increasing; this makes it a lot easier to pedal, and the pedaling makes you go faster, which makes the pedaling easier; the momentum keeps growing. The problem with this [...]

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Japanese ‘rent men’ who are paid just to listen

From lonely pensioners to Japanese schoolgirls with shattered dreams, Takanobu Nishimoto and his crew of middle-aged men will lend an ear to clients who would never dream of spilling their guts to a therapist or worse, their families. Anyone in need of company can sign up to his online service to rent an “ossan” — [...]

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Canada enacts internet ban for sex offenders

Canada’s Supreme Court acted to protect children in the fast-growing world of cyberspace, enabling judges to prohibit those convicted of sexual offenses against minors from using the internet. “The record demonstrates that the internet is increasingly being used to sexually offend against young people and that sex offenders who target children are more likely to [...]

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Alaska Supreme Court: Parents Can Be Left in the Dark When Their Daughter Has Abortion

The Alaska Supreme Court struck down a voter-approved state law Friday that required at least one parent to be notified before a minor child can obtain an abortion.  Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest filed suit against the law, which voters approved through Ballot Measure 2 in 2010. The law provided an option for a judge to [...]

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Why Aboriginal moms are more likely to die from homicide or suicide

A new study has found that indigenous Australian mothers are 17.5 times more likely to be victims of homicide, which claimed a quarter of them who died in Western Australia between 1983 and 2010. The Telethon Kids Institute study also found mothers who are aboriginal or native to the country they live in to be 3.4 times [...]

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UK Approved Abortion 50 Years Ago Today, Since Then 8,624,567 Babies Have Been Killed

Fifty years ago today, the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Bill [subsequently the Abortion Act 1967] passed its Second Reading in the House of Commons with a massive vote of 223 votes for and 29 against.  SPUC calculates that, so far, 8,624,567 innocent lives have been lost under the 1967 Abortion Act.

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Abramson & Schutt on a Dangerous Legal Ethics Rule Change

In early August, the American Bar Association’s House of Delegates will vote on a proposed amendment to Rule 8.4 of the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility. The amendment would subject lawyers to professional discipline for “harassment” or “discrimination,” even if the conduct was unintentional or committed unknowingly, and even if the harassment or discrimination is not [...]

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