Tag Archive | Personhood

FREEDOM AND THE BILL OF RIGHTS

Every individual that is born and raised in the United States of America has thought, and maybe still does, from a very early age that we all live in the best place on the planet, where freedom and individual liberties are protected by the Constitution, as detailed in the Bill of Rights. I was not […]

The True Cost of Eliminating Funding for Birth Control

As promised, I would like to take this opportunity to discuss the subject of the serious consequences connected with the plan to not make birth control freely available to everybody, particularly individuals who could not otherwise afford it. I believe one does not need to be clairvoyant to predict what would happen, if Congress succeeds […]

Personhood Legislation?

A long time ago, I came to the conclusion that most scientific or technical research tends to reach wrong conclusions, because it looks at a specific condition as if it were an isolated system, i.e. without direct connection with external factors and devoid of repercussions. Recently I have concluded that the “isolated-system” assumption applies to […]