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US to answer in nun birth control suit
Fri Jan 3, 2014
In reply to: 2kmaro #37.1 According to the last Gallup poll I could find, people in US, Canada and Great Britain are about the same as far as being satisfied with the quality of their health care goes, but people in the US are much more dissatisfied with the cost. 44% of Americans were hig …
More tiny preemies survive, but may face lifelong challenges
Wed Nov 27, 2013
In reply to: JimSpence #1.15 "Fetus" is actually derived from Latin base *fe- "to generate, bear," also "to suck, suckle." In Latin, fetus was also commonly used to describe a newborn. Most cultures didn't consider a child in the womb to be different from a child outside the womb. Only recently and …
Teen had dead baby in bag while shopping at Victoria's Secret: Police
Fri Oct 18, 2013
all41, a 6 month fetus IS a fully formed human being. A fetus is viable at 6 months with a 50% chance of survival at the beginning of the month, and by 7 months, has a 98% chance of survival. Babies are born in hospitals at 6 months and survive every day! If you want proof, Google a 24 week sonogram …
Planned Parenthood sues Texas over new law, hopes to prevent a 'terrible situation'
Fri Sep 27, 2013
Veronica, I don't see why you keep bringing Gosnell into this. Gosnell operated under the guise of a legal clinic for decades because of the lack of regulation on the abortion industry, because Pennsylvania was afraid to intervene in fear of a political backlash. This isn't about pro-choice or pro-l …
College enrollment down by a half million students in 2012: Census Bureau report
Tue Sep 3, 2013
What about the private college down the road from my house which charges the equivalent of the area's rent for a two-bedroom apartment to live in a tiny, dungeon-like dorm room with two roommates, but requires written consent from the dean to live off campus, all while requiring students to finish w …
'Gift from God' or ratings ploy? Abandoned babies are handed out live on Pakistani TV
Thu Aug 8, 2013
PJ, it sounds like the show was created for education. In Islamic countries, there's a huge stigma about adoption, which is why so many children are abandoned, and infertile couples remain childless. Likewise, there are too many abandoned babies. This was created as an educational show to begin to b …
3,000-year-old palace in Israel linked to biblical King David
Fri Jul 19, 2013
Frogmorton, the Old Testament prophecies about the New constantly. The sinful nature of people has not changed.
Teens waiting longer to take the wheel
Fri Jul 12, 2013
I disagree. I am 24 with $0 student loan debt, a baby, married at 22, moved 2 hours from my parents at 18, worked full-time in a different county than I lived in all through college, went to an internship program at age 17 that required daily travel all over t …
FDA allows OTC morning-after pill, lifts age limit
Thu Jun 20, 2013
In reply to: John Colorado #3 It's interesting that as a teacher, you haven't noted that girls in this age group don't have the $50-$75 in their pockets necessary to buy the pill! I mean, they legally can't work most jobs, and if they went to their parents to get the money for it, couldn't their pa …
Missing Pa. mom easy to find now -- in jail
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Terry, if this was a husband who did the same thing, everyone would be all over what a deadbeat he was.
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