Category: abortion

Millennial Attitude Bleg

Eve Tushnet writes: I’m working on an article about how young adults are increasingly likely to call themselves pro-life,…
John Schwenkler August 6, 2009

Ceding the High Ground on Health Care Reform

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops  has published some guidelines (pdf) for health care reform that it seems…
John Schwenkler August 1, 2009

“Toward a Bioethics of Love”

With JL, let me heartily recommend my friend Helen Rittelmeyer’s initial sketch of a bioethics that “sees love, not…
John Schwenkler June 4, 2009

Standing Up To Face the Applause

“Never write a memoir,” intoned my undergraduate professor as we discussed selections of the Gulag Archipelago. “If you’ve got…
John Schwenkler June 3, 2009

Because Terror Should Not Pay

Far-too-infrequent ObsidianWinger Sebastian has some good questions about the rhetoric surrounding the George Tiller murder. In the spirit of…
John Schwenkler June 3, 2009

Is It Really So Complicated?

What Freddy said: If, however, we jump out of Sullum’s utilitarian circle for a moment and try to comprehend…
John Schwenkler June 1, 2009

Abortion and Catholic Culture

What Patrick Deneen said: In my view, the singular focus upon abortion as THE issue over which conservative Catholics…
John Schwenkler May 13, 2009

Double Standards

I don’t have much to say about the grand Catholic brouhaha over President Obama giving this year’s commencement address…
John Schwenkler March 24, 2009

Excommunication Miscommunications

Somehow I suspect that most of the bloggers and other commentators who went (sometimes appropriately) batshit over the excommunication…
John Schwenkler March 16, 2009

Two Perspectives On Human Life

One from Tyler Cowen: I am myself more libertarian than conservative but at the same time I am on…
John Schwenkler March 13, 2009