Monday, April 02, 2007
by Joseph A. D'Agostino
April 1, 2007
LifeNews.com Note: Joseph A. D'Agostino is the outgoing Vice President for Communications at the Population Research Institute.
For a number of years now, a great deal of discussion has taken place among scientists and in the popular media about the genetic engineering of children. Will it soon be possible, for prices widely affordable at least to the upper-middle class, to guarantee that children have a high IQ, or excellent athletic ability, or be over 6 feet tall, or have blond hair and blue eyes?
by Bobby Schindler
April 1, 2007
LifeNews.com Note: Bobby Schindler is the brother of Terri Schiavo and he and his family now work for the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation to help disabled and incapacitated patients like her.ARTICLE
Saturday, March 31, will mark the two-year anniversary of my sister Terri Schiavo's death by dehydration. Not a day passes that my family does not think of my sister and relive the horrific images of her needless and brutal death at the hands of those who deliberately set out to kill her.
Los Angeles, CA (LifeNews.com) -- If you're a Planned Parenthood fundraiser and you're looking to hold an event in southern California that will raise big bucks for your abortion business, there's one easy place to turn -- Hollywood.
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- The Senate has finally scheduled a debate and vote on a bill that would force taxpayers to fund embryonic stem cell research. The April 10 vote will include two measures -- both the funding bill similar to the one President Bush vetoed last year and an alternative measure seeking different ways of obtaining stem cells.