Frank Van Den Bleeken

Cruel and Unusual

Death with Dignity Executions meet euthanasia.

Oct 27, 2014, Vol. 20, No. 07 • By WESLEY J. SMITH


Have You Heard the Good News . . .

. . . about adult and umbilical cord blood stem cells? Probably not.

12:00 AM, Sep 29, 2005

Horse Sense

The debate in Washington state about bestiality is actually a fight over human exceptionalism.

12:00 AM, Aug 31, 2005

Dame Cecily Saunders

The the mother of modern hospice care passes on.

12:00 AM, Jul 19, 2005

Stem-Cell Sleight of Hand

Mario Cuomo accuses President Bush of letting religion run his stem-cell policy, but Bush isn't the one ignoring actual science.

9:45 AM, Jun 23, 2005

The English Patient

From the May 30, 2005 issue: Leslie Burke wants to live; the National Health Service has a second opinion.

May 30, 2005, Vol. 10, No. 35


The National Academy of Sciences is pursuing an "anything goes" approach to biotechnological research.

12:00 AM, May 4, 2005

It Didn't Start with Dolly

From the May 2, 2005 issue: Human cloning is closer than you think.

May 2, 2005, Vol. 10, No. 31

The Legacy of Terri Schiavo

From the April 11, 2005 issue: What we can do so this won't happen again.

Apr 11, 2005, Vol. 10, No. 28

The Case Heard Round the Web

From the April 4, 2005 issue: How Terri Schiavo became a household name.

Apr 4, 2005, Vol. 10, No. 27

The U.N. on Cloning: Ban It

The United Nations speaks out against human cloning.

11:00 PM, Mar 14, 2005

Million Dollar Missed Opportunity

What Clint Eastwood's Oscar-winning movie could have done.

10:00 AM, Mar 1, 2005

Ian Wilmut: Human Cloner

How the man who created Dolly the sheep slid down the slippery slope to human reproductive cloning.

11:00 PM, Feb 15, 2005

Animal-Human Hybrids

Is there a limit to how far bioscientists are willing to go?

11:00 PM, Jan 31, 2005

A Stem Cell Tale

Why one type of stem-cell research gets fawning media coverage and another is all but ignored.

11:00 PM, Dec 21, 2004

Big Biotech's Voracious Appetite

Forget the old stem-cell research debate--laws in New Jersey, Illinois, Delaware, and California have moved the goal posts into brave new territory.

11:00 PM, Nov 15, 2004

Suckers for 'Science'

How to talk California taxpayers out of $3 billion.

Nov 15, 2004, Vol. 10, No. 09

An Indecent Proposition

From the October 18, 2004 issue: Do Californians really want to subsidize stem cell research?

Oct 18, 2004, Vol. 10, No. 06

Constitutional Cloning

Do scientists have a First Amendment right to do whatever they please?

12:00 AM, Sep 29, 2004

Now They Want to Euthanize Children

In the Netherlands, 31 percent of pediatricians have killed infants. A fifth of these killings were done without the "consent" of parents. Going Dutch has never been so horrible.

12:00 AM, Sep 13, 2004

California's Other Senator

Jon Corzine wants to help California lure biotech cloning companies away from New Jersey. Why is that exactly?

12:00 AM, Aug 27, 2004

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