Tag: ethics

No Work, No Pay

‘No Work, No Pay’ Law Must Stay on the Books, Taxpayer Group Says A taxpayer watchdog group is fighting to preserve a “No Work, No Pay” law that requires members of Congress to forfeit their pay when they are absent from Congress – unless they or a family member are ill. It’s an obscure law …

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Terri Schiavo's Autopsy Results

A few days ago, I wondered out loud if the results of Terri Schiavo’s autopsy might mean that Michael is owed an apology. The discussion in the comments was long and interesting. Be sure to check it out. That discussion got me thinking about some issues surrounding the autopsy results, the post mortem diagnose, and …

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Adrian Warnock, says there’s something big coming down the pipe for the Blogdom of God. Stay tuned. Update 06/15/05: Bene Diction seems to be uncomfortable with BoG and suspicious of Adrian’s current efforts. Dave Walker (of The Cartoon Blog) shares his reservations. Am I going soft or are they being just a bit paranoid?

"Non-Controversial Human Embryonic Stem Cells…And a Bridge in Brooklyn"

Well well, what have we here, a Washington Post article on possible non-controversial human embryonic stem cell (hESC) sources. Let’s see what they are:

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IVF Morally Reprehensible

"The House of Representatives passed a bill that would allow federal dollars to go toward research on stem cell lines created from donated embryos left over from in-vitro fertilization [IVF] procedures." "The bill is headed to the Senate, but President Bush has vowed to veto the measure to prevent it from becoming law." – Annie …

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