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The Media and the Question of Abortion

Dr. Ben Carson, one of the leading candidates for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, has been in the headlines in recent days for comments he made using slavery as an analogy for abortion. The main thrust of Dr. Carson’s argument

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On the analogy between the debates about slavery and abortion in America

Over at Public Discourse, Nathaniel Peters offers a review of Justin Buckley Dyer’s analysis on Slavery, Abortion, and the Politics of Constitutional Meaning. It’s a deep dive into the way that the analogy between slavery and abortion plays out in

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Why Pro-Lifers “Still Exist”

Samantha Dellapina, staff writer for The UTSC Messenger, wrote an opinion piece a few weeks ago entitled “Pro-lifers still exist?” Sometimes, it’s hard to know where to begin, so I’ll just tackle it line by line. Legalized abortion and a

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How to combat modern slavery

Continuing on with my thoughts on human trafficking and modern forms of slavery, I watched this TED Talk a few weeks ago, found it fascinating and thought it’d be worth sharing. Again, your thoughts are welcome: do you think modern

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The Poor Choice Movement

Suzanne had a great post at Big Blue Wave a few weeks ago on the death of reason and the death of man. It’s long, but thought provoking and important… however, I’m going to latch onto a totally irrelevant point:

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