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I’ve happened to notice the subject of human cloning in the news lately. We cannot outlaw it. What can be done will be done. For better or worse, if it can be done, people will do it. We must give everyone full human rights and due process protections, everyone: cloned, unborn, anything that is clearly human, and living, we need to endow with human rights and due process protections.

Then we will likely settle into moral and acceptable practices. Outlawing cloning will eventually lead to illegal slave trade, assuming cloning can work at all.

We need to treat the matter righteously. Then we will treat it legally.

Of course, this is a simplistic statement. There is obviously much to this complex issue, but outlawing “cloning” simply cannot work. Let’s start down a path that is likely to work, not one that has no hope of helping.

People talk about “giving back” when they mean charity. It isn’t giving back. No one took it from the recipients in the first place. If they did, we shouldn’t be letting anyone give part of it back; we should be locking them up and getting it all and giving it all back. Madoff is a good example, though I think he and his cronies made off with most of it before we caught him and took it back. Regardless, no one lauds Madoff for his charity work. Giving back or not, he was just a crook.

A Mr. William Yavelak wrote on the subject over at He describes his writing as a rant. I suppose. Still, it is cogent. I recommend the article. Go ahead; click the link and read.

As Mr. Yavelak points out, the problem is that antihuman, progressivist thinking of modern liberals has permeated and corrupted most of our society and language. We must actively resist the collective. Each must stand on his own; ladies, you too. No chauvinism here. We are all in this together. The Borg of big government statism will devour us all without discrimination. No point in pretending there are discriminators in our older language usage when such was so obviously rare.  Read the rest of this entry »

Ann Kane writing at American Thinker, here:, provides much food for thought. God bless Pope Francis and help him lead the Catholic Church faithfully.

I sure appreciated  comments, that I linked yesterday. I truly think it the utmost importance to consider every individual individually. Everyone; every human, from conception to the last breath. It isn’t always easy, but it is what we are. It is what it is to be human, to walk in love and consideration and deference with every breath, especially when we are the blessed and empowered.

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