How Surrogacy Can Create Victims
Leslie Ford, The Daily Signal
Surrogacy remains a morally fraught issue even as an increasing number of couples—unable to have children naturally—opt to have a surrogate bear their children.
A Good Way to Wreck a Local Economy: Build Casinos
David Frum, The Atlantic
Baltimore is a troubled city, as you know from The Wire. Like many troubled cities, Baltimore has turned to casino gambling as its solution. On August 26, a new Caesar’s casino will open on the site of an old chemical factory, a little more than 2 miles from the famous Inner Harbor and Camden Yards baseball stadium. Yet there’s already reason to expect the casino to disappoint everyone involved: the city looking for tax revenues, the workers hoping for jobs, the investors expecting hefty returns.
Coercive Sterilization: An On-Going Crime Against Humanity
Arina O. Grossu, Aleteia
For eugenic goals and population control, governments continue to coerce the disadvantaged into undergoing temporary and permanent sterilization.
What Kind of Support Should We Expect for Persecuted Christians?
David Curry, Christian Post
At what point will the intentional targeting and cleansing of Christians, especially in the troubled Middle East, be not just a story, but the story, in the media and elite circles of government? This one is easy; it won’t happen. Persecution of Christians will not become a major humanitarian crisis for a couple of key reasons.