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Life in the Balance

posted: 2.6.14 by Donna Winchell

Two tragic cases have in the last few weeks drawn attention to the definition of life, or, more accurately, to the definition of death.

For thirteen-year-old Jahi McMath, it began when tonsil, nose, and throat surgery went terribly wrong. Doctors declared Jahi brain dead, but her family has not accepted her doctors’ judgment. [read more]

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At What Price Privacy?

posted: 6.24.13 by Donna Winchell

As is so often true with political controversy, what is at the heart of disagreement over the National Security Agency’s surveillance of Americans is a disagreement over values. That may seem overly obvious, but it is another example that can be used to explain warrants to students. It also reveals why it is so difficult, in some cases, to find middle ground. [read more]

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