Stem Cell Research

Ignored Stories - Promising Non-Emryonic Stem Cell News

Welcome to another episode of what I like to call Ignored Stories. Today's story is about one of the sacred cows of liberalism, embryonic stem cell research. As I've documented here and here, the Fish Wrapper continues to tout embryonic stem cell research as the "last, best hope" for people like Michael J. Fox, even though there has yet to be one proven treatment or therapy derived from embryonic stem cells.

In the meantime, there is successful work being done with non-embryonic stem cells, but of course this isn't being reported in the MSM. Why? It shows that the taking of life by harvesting embryos isn't necessary, and since liberals don't value human life, they don't report it.

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Welcome to another episode of what I like to call Ignored Stories. Today's story is about one of the sacred cows of liberalism, embryonic stem cell research. As I've documented here and here, the Fish Wrapper continues to tout embryonic stem cell research as the "last, best hope" for people like Michael J. Fox, even though there has yet to be one proven treatment or therapy derived from embryonic stem cells.

In the meantime, there is successful work being done with non-embryonic stem cells, but of course this isn't being reported in the MSM. Why? It shows that the taking of life by harvesting embryos isn't necessary, and since liberals don't value human life, they don't report it.

Dead Fish Wrapper Twists Biased Poll To Promote Embryonic Stem Cell Research

As I pointed out in a long post yesterday, the Fish Wrapper editors continue to do their best to promote embryonic stem cell research, something that has yet to produce any results, even in light of new discoveries being made about the promise of adult stem cells.

One thing that I neglected to point out was how the Fish Wrapper (thanks to the AP), uses slanted poll results in a slanted manner to show their slanted point of view.

Teaser: 

As I pointed out in a long post yesterday, the Fish Wrapper editors continue to do their best to promote embryonic stem cell research, something that has yet to produce any results, even in light of new discoveries being made about the promise of adult stem cells.

One thing that I neglected to point out was how the Fish Wrapper (thanks to the AP), uses slanted poll results in a slanted manner to show their slanted point of view.

Continuing To Propagate The Lie That Is Embryonic Stem Cell Research

When it comes to stem cell research (as with other issues), the Fish Wrapper editors continue to display their burning desire to not let the facts get in the way of their opinions. They demonstrate this desire with today's editorial entitled Multiplying stem-cell research could boost healing all around.

This is not the first (and unfortunately won't be the last) time the DFW editors have trotted out this nonsense. In a similar editorial two days before the November elections, they published a piece about Michael J. Fox's deceitful ads for Claire McCaskill, who was running for the U.S. Senate from Missouri. As I explained in detail, there was no basis in fact for Fox's claims.

Teaser: 

When it comes to stem cell research (as with other issues), the Fish Wrapper editors continue to display their burning desire to not let the facts get in the way of their opinions. They demonstrate this desire with today's editorial entitled Multiplying stem-cell research could boost healing all around.

This is not the first (and unfortunately won't be the last) time the DFW editors have trotted out this nonsense. In a similar editorial two days before the November elections, they published a piece about Michael J. Fox's deceitful ads for Claire McCaskill, who was running for the U.S. Senate from Missouri. As I explained in detail, there was no basis in fact for Fox's claims.

Propagating the Lie That Is Embryonic Stem Cell Research

In one of today's editorials, "Stem cells and the suffering of real people," the Fish Wrapper editorial board attempts to do two things:

  1. Portray Michael J. Fox as a victim of big, bad Rush Limbaugh
  2. Continue to lead people to believe that embryonic stem cell research actually has promise.

First, they go after Limbaugh:

The scrapbook marked "Ugly" from Campaign 2006 is now nearly closed, but one moment stands out as uniquely grotesque. It almost requires an asterisk: No, we aren't making this up. It wasn't a cruel skit on "Monty Python." It really happened. Radio talker Rush Limbaugh really did accuse actor Michael J. Fox of deliberately avoiding his medications to accentuate the symptoms of his Parkinson's disease and thereby extort public sympathy -- and votes.

Teaser: 

In one of today's editorials, "Stem cells and the suffering of real people," the Fish Wrapper editorial board attempts to do two things:

  1. Portray Michael J. Fox as a victim of big, bad Rush Limbaugh
  2. Continue to lead people to believe that embryonic stem cell research actually has promise.

First, they go after Limbaugh:

The scrapbook marked "Ugly" from Campaign 2006 is now nearly closed, but one moment stands out as uniquely grotesque. It almost requires an asterisk: No, we aren't making this up. It wasn't a cruel skit on "Monty Python." It really happened. Radio talker Rush Limbaugh really did accuse actor Michael J. Fox of deliberately avoiding his medications to accentuate the symptoms of his Parkinson's disease and thereby extort public sympathy -- and votes.

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