Author Archives: John Howard

Sperm cells created from female embryo

Another little multi-million dollar step towards same-sex reproduction.  Here is a story in the Telegraph. The fellas at KnowThyNeighbor are excited about this, they really do insist on being allowed to try same-sex conception, so does everyone at PamsHouseBlend.  They think this is more important than equal protections, actually. But then again, the guys at RedState and Opine might…

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Voter ignorance and personal responsibility

We should not allow anyone to be elected to a federal office without the public being aware of their views on genetic engineering of human beings. There is a huge variety of opinion on whether or not to allow people to “fix” their genes when having children, and whether to allow labs to merge two ova or two sperm to…

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Mormon doctrinal differences: Transfiguration, Immortality

Romney says: I don’t know of a doctrinal difference that would suggest a different policy outcome or that would suggest that a President of my faith would lead in a different direction than President Bush, an evangelical Christian. One very important doctrinal difference that would lead to very different policy is the Mormon prophecy of “Transfiguration”.  In most Christian religions,…

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Who’s read my blog?

Wavemaker suggested I start my own blog recently, which surprised me, since I was under the impression that most people who have been reading my posts for a while knew that I already had a blog and a website devoted to enacting an egg and sperm law and resolving the marriage debate fairly. It occurs to me that many of…

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How do we get an answer?

Does anyone have any good advice for getting the Presidential candidates to state their positions on genetic engineering, same-sex conception, an egg and sperm law, transhumanism, etc? I want to know if Mitt is a Mormon Transhumanist or if he is in favor or an egg and sperm law.  Only by hearing him call for an egg and sperm law…

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Marriage is a federal issue

So I’m very happy that we can now forget about the Massachusetts amendment and focus on the federal issue.  Stopping same-sex conception of course has to be done at the federal level, because at first there will be only one or two labs in the whole country performing same-sex conceptions, and everyone from the whole country will use those same…

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