Tag: death penalty

Leadership

I’m really starting to like Chaput. Thanks, edey, for the tip. 🙂 What we can do isn’t always what we should do Embryonic stem cell research: The end never justifies the means A few years ago, a friend of mine attended a conference in Washington, D.C., titled “Supercomputing and the Human Endeavor.” Chemists, biologists, physicists, …

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Way of Life vs Way of Death

When will we get beyond this poor excuse for justice? BTW, this guy is pretty old. If he should die or retire while Bush is in office, Dubya will get to replace him. That could be good news if a pro-life judge is installed. That could be bad news because Bush’s idea of pro-life doesn’t …

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Truly Pro-Life

Supporting the death penalty is not pro-life. O’Malley hits plan for death penalty By Michael Paulson and Ralph Ranalli, Globe Staff | May 8, 2004 “Calling the death penalty ‘state-sponsored violence,’; Archbishop Sean P. O’Malley yesterday blasted Governor Mitt Romney’s proposal to restore capital punishment by creating a system in Massachusetts that would be ‘as …

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Just Like Roe

Just as Roe regrets watch she unleashed, Bill Wiseman has had a change of heart. Poison Penalty Bill Wiseman Drafted the Law Allowing Lethal Injections, Then Lived to Regret It By Don Oldenburg "William Wiseman Jr. sits on a worn cottage sofa as rain pelts his reflection on the sliding glass door behind him. ‘I …

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