The Supreme Court made a prudent and appropriate decision when it ruled that life should be protected from conception, fertilization or implantation—and that it should be left to the medical scientists to define the point when a new human life begins.
By Randy David
AS we get older, we realize we begin to look more and more like our parents. This recognition comes to us in a flash, and usually we pay it no heed. In ironic resignation, we accept the annoying mannerisms, the volatile temper, and even the illnesses as part of the genetic package that our ancestors bequeathed to us. Sometimes, though, it makes us wonder how we would have turned out if we did not have our parents’ genes.