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Indiana woman on death row since she was 16 to be released
Sun Jun 16, 2013
This is a hard one. My understanding is that neuroscience teaches us that our brains (especially the parts that help provide impulse control and think of future consequences) aren't fully developed until our twenties. And very few juvenile murders actually reoffend...at least in the timeframe of the …
After Scouts lift gay youth ban, Baptist group calls for firings
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Good gravy, people. The position the BSA has taken is a difficult one, a nuanced one. I'm not saying that it's easy or that implementing it will be simple, but at least in concept it tries not to define people by labels people may or may not put on themselves or others, but on behavior, conduct, and …
Teacher fired by Catholic school after artificial insemination
Wed May 29, 2013
I think artificial insemination within marriage--where only the couple's gametes are used--is much different, theologically and morally, than what we're talking about in this case where the child will be deprived of a father and all the heritage of her father's side of the family. And while contrace …
Dying girl, 10, spurs fight over lung transplant fairness
Tue May 28, 2013
I have to come at it from both directions. Shortly after I finished college, I learned that my roommate had died in a car accident. She was a good friend and full of life, very bright, with a lot of fun musical talent. She was the daughter of her parents' old age, with a little brother who adored he …
GOP report calls for sweeping reforms to compete in 2016
Mon Mar 18, 2013
I'm not sure many understand the ramifications of what's going on here. Essentially, the Republican establishment seems to be giving up on principle. It claims to be the party of smaller government, but only embraces crushing, nanny, tyrannical, welfare-state government at a slightly slower rate. Do …
Verdicts in Steubenville high school rape trial
Sun Mar 17, 2013
Just briefly, this is horrible situation for all involved. The boys' behavior, if proven, is very serious. Should it be held over their heads their whole lives and close all doors against them, though? I'm not so sure. They're young and stupid. All of us have been there. There's a reason they're sti …
Cordial nomination hearing for Cordray, but GOP doesn't budge on opposition
Tue Mar 12, 2013
Obstructionism? Frankly, I'd like to see more obstructionism like this in Washington! It's about time the three branches of our government stopped tip-toeing around each other and actually opposed unconstitutional action by the other branches for once! This is an extremely dangerous precedent, an ad …
Robin is dead: Will Batman's next sidekick be a girl?
Mon Mar 11, 2013
Good grief. Robin never made sense in the first place; Dick halfway made sense given a common background and his need for a guardian in the era where he appeared (an era in which it would have been totally unacceptable for anything too horrible to happen to him), but none of the Robins since ever ma …
Two Ohio high school football players to go on trial this week in rape of drunk girl
Sat Mar 9, 2013
Photos and video are not as clear cut as you think, and may well not have shown exactly what was done clearly enough to establish beyond a reasonable doubt what they did. It's entirely plausible that the observers didn't know, just from looking, this was nonconsensual. Unfortunately, the prosecutors …
Bipartisan group reaches deal on gun trafficking
Mon Mar 4, 2013
So here's a question: Would there be a knowledge requirement in the new law? Would the government have to prove that you knew the person you transferred the weapon to was not allowed to possess it? How would anybody be expected to know if someone is not allowed to possess it? Would the government h …
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