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Not Just for the Children by Joy Shannon

Joy Shannon shares with us this week how she learned that a Charlotte Mason education was not just for children!  You can read her blog at: … 6 more words

Charlotte Mason

Chimpanzees of the future might be considered "legal persons"

Hercules and Leo don’t know it, but a decision about their future has made history. In granting an order to show cause on whether Hercules and Leo (who just happen to be chimpanzees) are illegally imprisoned, a supreme court judge in Manhattan has kept open the possibility that some nonhuman animals will be granted legal rights under common law. 771 more words

Science Can Be Personal

In an earlier post, I started compiling the passages I like best from the first chapter of Before Philosophy, because there’s something in there that strikes a chord and I want to tease out what it is. 583 more words


Breaking News:House Passes 20 Week Pain Capable Bill

While a lot of people are happy yesterday because the House passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act to stop abortions after 20 weeks, I am saddened. 255 more words

ProLife Awareness

We're Here!

In my tear

you saw reflections of yourself

that made you laugh.

Then I started grinning.

“Horton Hears a Who!” you said,

and sparkled like a little one heard. 10 more words


A Word on Hope: Vocation in Light of the Baltimore Riots, Part I of III

Day Laborers by Steve Houston.

The riots in Baltimore are about race, equality, and economics, but ultimately, the problem goes deeper than civil or social reform. 1,631 more words


It’s dehumanising to be ‘an oven’ for someone else’s baby

It’s dehumanising to be ‘an oven’ for someone else’s baby


Is surrogacy like prostitution ethically? This article tries to look at whether the surrogacy process is a capitalist baby factory that appears to mostly affect poorer women. 24 more words

Ethics And Morals