Can We Trust the Courts with Defining Humans? They’ve Been Wrong Before!

01 May 2012 Can We Trust the Courts with Defining Humans? They’ve Been Wrong Before!

May 1, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – André Schutten – Last month marked the 147th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. On the evening of April 14th, 1865 he was shot in the head and succumbed to the wound on the morning of April 15th. 

I finished reading a 700-page biography of this man, this heroic character who fought so hard for the end of slavery in America. And I was reminded of that political struggle on Thursday evening as I listened to the House of Commons debate over MP Stephen Woodworth’s Motion 312.

All other speakers during the hour-long debate (with the exception of Mr. Albrecht, who stood on a point of order) spoke against the motion, including the Honourable Mr. Gordon O’Connor, government whip. It was his statements that reminded me of the American political discussions over slavery during the rise and reign of President Lincoln. Keep reading…


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