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Venezuela: The Modern Socialist Experiment

Most Americans can easily complete: “Ask not…” from John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address. In one sentence, JFK inspired the antidote to socialist doctrine. He made clear the distinction between a worldview founded upon individual improvement and one enthralled by collective coercion. The answer to the tragedy of life is not to ponder at how the …

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The Slippery Slope of Abortion and Euthanasia: Modern Means of Eugenics

Gerhard Kretschmar was born blind and missing a leg and part of his arm. Seeing Gerhard’s plight, his father petitioned for the end of his son’s ‘miserable life’. Gerhard was ultimately killed upon medical examination by Karl Brandt, under orders of Adolf Hitler. This act of euthanasia was the first of around 200,000 state-sanctioned murders …

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Defending the Unborn with Confidence: Every Pro-Abortion Argument Refuted

Learning the abortion advocate’s main arguments and how to refute them is essential for a productive conversation and will give you the confidence to defend the unborn. Abortion advocates have two main lines of argumentation: A. Denying the baby’s humanity to negate its moral worth. B. Appealing to other justifications, having acknowledged the humanity of …

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Moral Relativism Is Responsible for Abortion and Euthanasia

We would once have thought it unconscionable to facilitate the suicide of those who are depressed, a practice now legal in countries such as Canada and the Netherlands. Depression was seen as something to be battled, not something to which we capitulate. The change in mood can be explained by a greater change in society’s …

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