Porcupine quills and a half dozen other examples of “Nature’s” foresight
Porcupines are able to make it through the birth canal without harming their mother because they are born with soft quills that quickly harden.
An atheist’s perspective on Christians’ engagement with the world
Madalyn Murray O’Hair – once America’s most famous atheist – thought Christianity was about faith apart from works. And that’s one reason she rejected it. Christians should not make the same mistake.
Putting off children robs them of our youth
Parents who put off having children till they are in their 30s deprives those children of years’ worth of their parents’ loving presence and their parental guidance later in life.
Fewer and fewer people actually need to go to college
College takes time and money, but it used to offer a real benefit: higher paying, better jobs. Now companies like Apple, Google IBM, no longer require a college degree – they want skills, not a piece of paper.
More on the birth control pill’s dark side
There’s a lot about the pill that the medical community isn’t readily sharing with those who use it. The most notable is that the pill can have a third action that doesn’t prevent pregnancy, but instead prevents implantation – if a child was conceived it would cause a miscarriage. The mainstream press still won’t talk about that, but a recent BBC report shared some of the under-reported side-effects