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When I have a few minutes to gather some thoughts, most often those of others, I hit my RSS app, Feeddler Pro. As I buzz through some of the latest posts by bloggers, news reporters, thinkers, local queens, economists, or just cool people, I collect articles that I want to read more carefully when the time is quiet. So what have I marked for further reading?

Here is what I starred and found interesting:

“Have we reached a tipping point on abortion?”

Remember that “Nobody will seriously propose the killing of infants. I mean sure there are Peter Singer’s but he is way out there and not taken seriously.” Well times are changing, check this latest quote that this article gathered from a “Journal of Medical Ethics.” I am open to all kinds of thinking and take what is true from all kinds of areas, but this is one of the areas that should provide the most kindling for a bonfire, the thought that ends thinking, the idea that man is better murdered than alive. Here is a quote from two that offer exactly that burn worthy thought:

“We claim that killing a newborn could be ethically permissible in all the circumstances where abortion would be. Such circumstances include cases where the newborn has the potential to have an (at least) acceptable life, but the well-being of the family is at risk.”

As many groupthink disinformation, they have coined a new medical procedure to go along with the idea: after-birth abortion. Doesn’t that include every living person?

And, “Productivity Starts at Home”

Ever wonder why parents are important to a thriving economy? Why they cannot be replaced by the State? The family, besides being a domestic church and the first missionary field, is also a training ground for work. “Just think for a moment about the future economic productivity of a well-raised child versus a neglected child. Parenting affects not only the child’s earnings but also the productivity of the entire economy and hence the survival and flourishing of our society.”

These were just two heavy hitters this week that doubtfully made CNN or Good Morning America, but hey they made my most important online newspaper.

On a side note, "Exhibit A, your Honor: Proof of another spoon thief holding evidence


found in her school bag."

Did her school have "Bring a Spoon Day" and I didn't here about it? I need to start reading those parental waivers.