The Origins of Population Control, Part I: Ethics in Medicine:Shifting Regard for the Human Person

junior_fellow__jeremy.jpgMy name is Jeremy Lagasse and I am currently a senior enrolled at the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts in Merrimack New Hampshire. After completing sophomore year and the Rome Program I chose to become a Political Science major to study under Dr. Peter Sampo. As a native of the Granite State I find it a special privilege to find myself in Washington D.C. at the Culture of Life Foundation. As a Junior Fellow the work has been a means of supporting the understanding and defense of life in all of its stages, which is a deeply rewarding activity. The project that I chose to devote so much of my time to involves an examination of the history of ethics in medicine to better understand the origins of population control.  Read

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From Changing Hearts and Minds to Changing Laws Part II

embryo.jpgMy last E-Brief replied to a number of common arguments denying the humanity/ personhood of the human embryo.  Since then, defenders of nascent human life suffered several serious defeats in Great Britain.  On May 19th, British MPs voted to defeat three important pro-life amendments to the controversial Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill passing through Parliament.  Read

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