On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Host Ben Domenech and Murray discuss why we can’t ignore genetic differences between race and gender.
As more and more shops hawk CBD products, claiming they’re a magical cure-all to a laundry list of ailments, we should be skeptical.
U.S. scientists are outraged over gene editing on babies in China, yet silent about the federally expanded market for aborted baby parts here in the United States.
Last week, a Chinese researcher said he helped create the world’s first gene-edited babies, in an effort to make them less susceptible to AIDS. Scientists responded in an uproar.
Far from cheering on technologies that might save human lives, environmentalists are repeating tactics employed in the 1960s against the desperately needed malaria control efforts of the day.
Killing those with Down syndrome serves no rational purpose. It is a policy born of ignorance and fear. Worse, what it communicates to those so affected is simply unimaginable.
Every mother is a chimera made up of her own genetic cells living side by side with the cells of every child she has ever carried.
Someone appears to have retroactively censored an episode of ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy’ that explains how human chromosomes determine our biological sex.
To combat the alt-right, we must acknowledge its ideological roots: the early eugenics movement and its most prominent advocate—Margaret Sanger.
Recently, researchers created a human-pig hybrid. Should it be treated like a pig, or like a human, and at what ratio of human to animal cells?
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