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February 28, 2005

Michael Reagan and Legalized Murder

Unless Florida courts or the U.S. Supreme Court reverse themselves, Michael Schiavo will be allowed to kill his wife, Terri, and do it in the most horrific way....
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The Next Step: Terri Schiavo Ad in USA Today

From: BlogsForTerri Having just completed our first fire across the bow of the mainstream media via our BlogsforTerri ad in the Tampa Tribune, we are now preparing to place an ad in the "USA Today" on Friday week. That day has been chosen for both maximum readership and also timing...
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February 26, 2005

St. Petersburg Times Endorses Starving Terri

The St. Petersburg Times published an editorial today calling for Florida officials to stay out of the case involving Terri Schiavo. In doing so, the paper has callously endorsed the purposeful starvation of a living, responsive and otherwise healthy individual who has suffered brain damage. The Times labels those it...
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February 23, 2005

Video Shows Terri Schiavo Laughing, Responding

Is Terri Schiavo in a persistent vegetative state? Is she brain dead? You decide If you remain unconvinced here are video clips clearly showing that Terri Schiavo is responsive and not in a "permanent vegetative state" as claimed by her husband, Michael and his attorney: Terri watching a balloon Terri's...
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February 21, 2005

Terri Schiavo - Action is Needed

St. Petersburg Times -- The dramatic legal battle over the life of a severely disabled woman hinges Tuesday on what, if any, instructions a Florida appeals court gives on when her feeding tube can be removed and her death can begin. Tomorrow (Feb. 22), at 1 pm est, Terri Schiavo's...
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February 19, 2005

Terri Schiavo's Value is God Given

The story of Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who suffered brain damage in 1990, has been sensationalized following the efforts of her husband to euthanize her through starvation. Many bloggers, including me, are swarming to her defense and writing substantial, influential and beneficial articles that generally fall into the following...
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February 17, 2005

Try Seeing through Terri Schiavo's Eyes

"I see a flash of colors and the vague outlines of faces. I hear the voices of Mom and Dad as they talk to me, trying to get me to respond. Oh, God, I’m trying so hard to respond. I feel like I’m floating in a murky bubble with no...
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February 16, 2005

What Do Those Bloggers Want?

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Can the United States Trust UN Inspectors?

From the Telegraph:UN inspectors in Iraq spent their working hours drinking vodka while ignoring a shadowy nocturnal fleet believed to be smuggling goods for Saddam Hussein, a former senior inspector told the US Senate yesterday. In a move that provoked fury from officials of the Swiss firm Cotecna, an Australian...
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February 15, 2005

Does Michael Schiavo Know What Terri Wanted? Does He Care?

Michael Schiavo has publicly stated that his goal in withholding treatment from his wife and removing her feeding tube (leading to death-by-starvation) is in accord with her wishes. He has testified that he loves his wife and is doing what she wanted. However, both legal records and Michael’s actions seem...
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Why Blog for Terri Schiavo?

Late last year, Hugh Hewitt wrote in The Blog,There was no shared plan of attack among the blogs. There was no coordination between them and their allies in talk radio and a few corners of MSM such as FOX News. There was, however, a network and there was an understanding...
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When the Strong Protect the Weak

It is time for the strong to support the family of Terri Schiavo in the quest to keep her from a court-mandated death. It is time for the strong to provide a vocal and public bulwark of defense against the death culture that undergirds and finances Mr. Schiavo in his quest to kill his wife.

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February 14, 2005

The Real Terri Schiavo

If you have only read the Mainstream Media accounts about Terri Schiavo, the Florida woman whose husband wants to Euthanasize, Dory at Wittenburg Gate has just published an excellent overview that articulates Terri's humanity (no, she is not in a coma) and the injustice of her husband and the judicial...
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February 13, 2005

A Call to Blogs for Terri Schiavo

A major novel blog - media event is in the planning stages and will be announced very soon [Terri Schiavo Blogburst - Update 3]. In preparation, Hyscience is calling for a minimum of 100 blogs to join Terri's Blogroll and write about Terri Schiavo every day with encouragement to readers...
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February 11, 2005

Updates on Terri Schiavo and the Battle for Her Life

The danger to Terri Schiavo's life has become critical after the 2nd District Court of Appeal in Lakeland one week ago denied a handful of motions filed by her parents. This means, according to Michael Schiavo's attorney, that their son-in-law soon will be free to remove the feeding tube...
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Eason Quits, the Blog Roars

NEW YORK - CNN chief news executive Eason Jordan quit Friday amidst a furor over remarks he made in Switzerland last month about journalists killed by the U.S. military in Iraq. Jordan said he was quitting to avoid CNN being "unfairly tarnished" by the controversy. [snip] But the damage had...
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Eason Jordan Scandal Hits Arizona Talk Radio

Arizona Congressman J.D. Hayworth, guest hosting KFYI's Barry Young program, has just started discussing Eason Jordan's now infamous and inaccurate statements regarding the U.S. military "targeting" and "torturing" journalists. Visit LaShawnBarber for more on EasonGate....
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February 10, 2005

North Korea's Nukes

North Korea declared Thursday for the first time it possessed nuclear weapons and pulled out indefinitely from six-party talks on its atomic ambitions, saying it needed a defense against a hostile United States. In addition to the saber rattling, North Korea announced its decision to indefinitely pull out of talks...
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Important Terri Schiavo News

Hysience continues its lead in publishing information about the Terri Schiavo crisis. His latest is an op-ed titled, "Johnny got his gun but Terri Schiavo just had Michael!". Here are a couple of excerpts: She has helped all of us wake-up to the fact that an ethically-corrupt judge and a...
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February 9, 2005

Study Suggests Adult Stem Cells Can Heal Hearts

Adult stem cells continue to show promise and application.For the first time, researchers have found signs of stem cells in the hearts of rats, mice and humans after they were born. The fact that the cells, which form in the right side of the heart, continue to exist after birth...
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February 8, 2005

Extreme Makeover Home Edition

I’m an Extreme Makeover Home Edition Believer. For six months I have skeptically heard about, and at times viewed, Extreme Makeover Home Edition, wondering how a house can be torn down, replaced and landscaped in a week. How can a foundation possibly be laid and built upon in less than...
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Terri Schiavo Situation Critical

As pro-life groups rally to support Terri Schiavo, the danger to her life has become critical after the 2nd District Court of Appeal in Lakeland late Friday denied a handful of motions filed by her parents. This means, according to Michael Schiavo's attorney, that their son-in-law soon will be free...
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Human Cloning Licensed in England (again)

Dolly Scientist Gets Human Cloning License [Associated Press via From the Morning]The British government on Tuesday gave the creator of Dolly the Sheep a human cloning license for medical research. It is the second such license approved since Britain became the first country to legalize research cloning in 2001.The article...
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February 7, 2005

Budget Surplus, What Budget Surplus?

In an article about the President's proposed budget reduction plan the Associated Press "reports" the following: Bush, who inherited a budget surplus that shifted to record deficits in his first term, wants to show Wall Street and fiscal conservatives he is serious about tackling deficits. Similar to its Democratic counterpart,...
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February 6, 2005

Reagan Documentary: In the Face of Evil

On this day, which would have been Ronald Reagan's birthday, I chose to watch a new film about Reagan's role in the fall of communism called "In The Face Of Evil". This film is gripping, powerful, sobering and inspiring. I found it sobering because it begins with the history of...
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February 5, 2005

Terri Schiavo is in Need of Help

Update: see the Terri Schiavo aggregator for the latests posts from around the blogosphere. Breaking news about Terri Schiavo from Hyscience. [Note: for those unfamiliar with Terri, she is a Florida woman who suffered brain damage following a mysterious collapse. Although she is responsive, her husband, who is living with...
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Destroyed Embryo Deemed Human

A frozen embryo destroyed in a Chicago fertility clinic was a human being whose parents are entitled to file a wrongful-death lawsuit, a Cook County judge ruled Friday. Judge Jeffrey Lawrence II said "a pre-embryo is a 'human being' ... whether or not it is implanted in its mother's womb"...
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February 4, 2005

Easton Jordan Blog Swarm

Update: (Feb. 11) - Eason Quit Eason Jordan is executive vice president and chief news executive of CNN. He chairs the CNN Editorial Board, is a member of the CNN Executive Committee and provides strategic advice to CNN's senior management team. He's a very important person and what he says...
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Oil-for-Food Report Reveals UN as Conduit of Corruption

The United Nations’ oil-for-food programme in Iraq was "tainted" from top to bottom, with officials failing to follow rules designed to ensure fairness and accountability, the man charged with investigating alleged corruption in the scheme said yesterday. Paul Volcker, the former chairman of the United States Federal Reserve, also accused...
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February 2, 2005

The President on Embryonic Stem Cell Research

During his State of the Union Address the President stated, I will work with Congress to ensure that human embryos are not created for experimentation or grown for body parts, and that human life is never bought and sold as a commodity.Similar to JustOneMinute, at first glance this appeared reasonable...
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State of the Union 2005

President George W. Bush's speech transcript. With President Bush at ease, confident and optimistic, this was an emotionally charged State of the Union address that included appearances from an Iraqi voter and the proud parents of a fallen marine. I wish I had captured the moment by live blogging. Here...
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Pre State of the Union 2005

"The President shall from time to time give to Congress information of the State of the Union and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient." Article II, Sec. 3, U.S. Constitution First and foremost among those efforts is a plan to change the 70-year-old...
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Senate Priorities and Abortion

WHY NOT AN ANTI-ABORTION AMENDMENT? Here's an interesting question, posed by my friend Jon Rauch. The Senate Republicans have vowed to push their anti-gay marriage amendment, even though it won't stand a chance of getting the necessary 67 votes. The point is political and rhetorical. They are trying to build...
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Bad News on Groundhog Day

Punxsutawney Phil's handlers said the groundhog has seen his shadow -- which legend has it signals six more weeks of winter....
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Docs: Adult stem cells can repair all tissues

Scientists involved in a study at Caritas St. Elizabeth's Medical Center have claimed that adult stem cells from bone marrow are capable of regenerating all types of tissue. If verified, these claims will remove a key, yet speculative, motivation for embryonic stem cell harvesting. "The adult bone marrow contains cells...
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Iraqi Christians Claim Their Votes Blocked

The elections in Iraq were highly successful and silenced many critics who skeptically predicted there would be low voter turn-out. Iraqis momentarily set aside their deep divisions and turned out in numbers that far surpassed predictions and cut across ethnic and sectarian lines [more]. However, there is one group that...
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Google's Business Model Works, MSN Launches

Google has a great service and line of products that are making a lot of money.Google Inc. continues to confound the skeptics who thought the online search engine leader would sputter after striking it rich in a closely watched IPO last summer. The Mountain View-based company reported Tuesday that its...
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February 1, 2005

The Latest Christian Carnival is Up

Thanks to Dory at Wittenberg Gate....
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