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Spoiler Alert: There is No Fountain of Youth

Spoiler Alert: There is No Fountain of Youth

    By Armando Vaquez The poets and sages have always reminded us that if we practice mindfulness each and every moment of every year life’s miracles reveal themselves as scared gifts. I’m beginning to understand and practice that holy concept. I will turn 69 years old this week. The number 69 has always had […]

Dear Pro-Choice, Do Know Your Historical Neighbors?

Dear Pro-Choice, Do Know Your Historical Neighbors?

by Hector Guthrie The debate over abortion hinges on one major point: is the fetus a human or not? If the fetus is a human then it has human rights; such as the right to life, and therefore, the government has a responsibility to ensure that its right to life is not taken. It can […]

When Is It A Baby? Do People Know When Life Begins?

When Is It A Baby? Do People Know When Life Begins?

  Jessica Kramer | Contributor    Actors in Hollywood are boycotting filming movies in the state of Georgia because, like many other states, they have passed a Heartbeat bill, protecting the life of unborn children when a heartbeat is detected. The Daily Caller News Foundation decided to ask people at the Cherry Blossom Festival […]

SUMMERS: NASA’s Center For Life Detection Is On The Hunt For Life In The Universe

SUMMERS: NASA’s Center For Life Detection Is On The Hunt For Life In The Universe

Michael Summers | Professor of Planetary Science and Astronomy . Knowing if something is alive or not is easy. Right? Barking dogs and flying birds are alive. Rocks are not. Turtles and polar bears are alive. Water is not. And so on. The difficulty of knowing what is, and is not, alive comes about when […]

Birthday Ruminations on Family, Love, Life, and Death

Birthday Ruminations on Family, Love, Life, and Death

    By Armando Vazquez I have two very different, eclectic friends I love dearly. One is a medical doctor and the other a world-renowned Ph.D. professor of education. The three of us are going on 70 and lately we seem to be talking about death. The former not long ago had a life-threatening heart […]

In Defense of ASUC Senator Isabella Chow and Her Statements in Favor of Natural Marriage, Life, and Family

In Defense of ASUC Senator Isabella Chow and Her Statements in Favor of Natural Marriage, Life, and Family

  By Arthur Schaper In response to “Berkeley Political Review disaffiliates with ASUC Senator Isabella Chow” http://www.dailycal.org/2018/11/15/berkeley-political-review-disaffiliates-with-asuc-senator-isabella-chow/ To the Associated Students of the University of California: My name is Arthur Schaper, the Organization Director for MassResistance. We are the international pro-family group that makes a difference. In 1993, our President, Brian Camenker, foundered the Parents Rights Coalition […]

Legislation ACTION ALERT | Assembly Bill 282 “Push Mama from the Train” Who Benefits?

Legislation ACTION ALERT | Assembly Bill 282 “Push Mama from the Train” Who Benefits?

It is not enough to have legalized assisted suicide, now the legislature wants to see it freely promoted. Assembly Bill 282 obscures existing law and diminishes the legal consequences for deliberately aiding, advising or encouraging another to commit suicide. Contrary to existing statute, which rightly considers it a felony to encourage another to commit suicide, this […]

NASA: New Insights into ‘Ocean Worlds’ in Our Solar System

NASA: New Insights into ‘Ocean Worlds’ in Our Solar System

Two veteran NASA missions are providing new details about icy, ocean-bearing moons of Jupiter and Saturn, further heightening the scientific interest of these and other “ocean worlds” in our solar system and beyond. The findings are presented in papers published Thursday by researchers with NASA’s Cassini mission to Saturn and Hubble Space Telescope. In the […]

Carbon Planets May Have Given Rise To Universe’s First Life

Carbon Planets May Have Given Rise To Universe’s First Life

Planet formation in the early universe may have created potentially habitable carbon planets consisting of graphite, illness carbides, and diamond, according to a new study scheduled to appear in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. According to a statement from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, astronomers might find these carbon-rich worlds by searching […]

Conejo Pregnancy Center: Volunteer — Save a Life

Conejo Pregnancy Center: Volunteer — Save a Life

   

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