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Mark Smith, editor

   

Bush v. Constitution: Faith-based initiative bad for America

In his State of the Union address on Jan. 20, President George W. Bush again asked for the passage of his “faith-based” initiative, saying that government should end discrimination against people of faith. Until now, government and religion have remained separate under the U.S. Constitution. However, over the past three years, both church and state have experienced a bizarre convergence that needs scrutiny if America is to preserve its traditional freedoms.

   

Cloning is moral: United nations should not ban cloning research

Biotechnological progress, long under moral and legal attack, was granted a two-year reprieve a few weeks ago when the United Nations announced that it is postponing consideration of an international ban on human cloning.

   

As I've maturerd . . .

I’ve learned that age is a high price to pay for maturity.

 

 

 
   
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