Cal State Long Beach, focusing on his dislike of a display with images of aborted children.
He claims the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform shouldn’t be allowed to display these pictures because of “Supreme Court cases on freedom of speech rights” and then fails to cite a single case.
He claims the pictures are from illegal abortions without evidence, and then shows he doesn’t seem to know the meaning of the words “hypocritical” or “statistic.”…
If we’re lucky, we might get to see more poorly researched and argued articles by Oyama in the future. He’s a senior journalism major.
… he told her the baby had not really formed, that she would be fat and ugly like the women in the supermarket.
Here Kmiec applauds Obama for taking “off the table” the option of “reproductive cloning.” But that only means cloned human embryos will be created solely for stem cells and other research uses, and not be allowed to survive and be born. That cannot be called a sensitive or pro-life policy.
With all due respect to Kmiec, then, on this and other issues relating to the destruction of unborn human life, the federal government is not moving “in a noticeably more Catholic-friendly direction.” Nor is it moving in a human-friendly direction.