I really doubt Malta is the home of the next pro-choice revolution.
Chelsea Zimmerman of the Reflections of a Paralytic blog shares her views on embryonic stem cell research for a Missouri television station.
Meanwhile, proponents of human cloning in Missouri just can't help being deceptive. Here's the language Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan (her parents are former U.S. Senators Mel and Jean Carnahan) wants Missouri voters to see if an initiative to put a proper definition of human cloning into Missouri Constitution gets enough signatures: "to repeal the current ban on human cloning or attempted cloning and to limit Missouri patients' access to stem cell research, therapies and cures approved by voters in November 2006."
Kit Wagar does his usual awful job at describing cloning - consistently replacing a correct term - "embryo" - with an incorrect one - "cells." Hey, who needs the truth when you have unethical reporters and editors who are so willing to deceive their readers?
Last night on Bionic Woman, the main character (Jamie Sommers) tells her nemesis and the first Bionic Woman (Sarah Corvus) something along the lines of "You murdered my unborn child" since Corvus intentionally drove a truck into the car a pregnant Sommers was in during the first episode.