Month: May 2022

SECOND AMENDMENT’S GUN RIGHTS: WHAT DID OUR FOUNDERS INTEND?

In the wake of our latest school shooting, which followed a series of others too numerous to list, we often overlook the original intent of our founders when they adopted the second amendment. This should shed some light on our present situation. After a lively debate in 1789, the final version of the second amendment …

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Drug Addiction: Learning From Elsewhere

A recent blog was created by my cousin, Sheila Kennedy, attorney, formerly candidate for the U.S. Congress, and prior executive director of the Indiana Division of the ACLU. She writes excellent blogs that I highly recommend. The one noted below can be found with the following link: https://sheilakennedy.net/2022/05/learning-from-portugal/ It addresses our ubiquitous problem of drug …

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DO WE REALLY NEED ROE V WADE? View from a Medical Perspective

Those who oppose voluntary termination of pregnancies usually call their movement “right to life.” But if asked how they define life, the answers are quite diverse. Does life begin with the fusion of two cells at the time of fertilization? At the time of a fully developed baby’s arrival? Or any time outside of these …

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