Wesley Smith commented earlier on the struggle, via litigation by the Nonhuman Rights Project (NRP), to grant human-like “rights” to an elephant in the Bronx Zoo.
Our care and treatment of animals arise from human duties, not conjuring rights for animals out of ideological zeal.
Hear about a time when a cherished American institution warmly endorsed Darwinian-inspired efforts to breed a master race.
Human cloning has been accomplished, but the field remains generally stalled because of a shortage of human eggs.
University of Illinois professor S. Jay Olshansky argues that it is time to shift medicine’s focus — starting at age 65 — away from “life extension.”