09.01.2012 [Contra Costa Times] - Resident Paul Stark, 76, said he had been living alone and had slipped into depression after his wife passed away. On advice from his children, he moved into the Jewish Home last April. He says he can't stop smiling. "I saw people smiling at me all the
29.05.2009 Olbrich pushed his fellow regents and Madison's power brokers to create, under the UW's auspices, an arboretum where residents could reclaim "something of the grace and beauty which nature intended all to share. ...
26.01.2012 [National Right to Life News] - By Paul Stark Michael Stokes Paulsen, a law professor at the University of St. Thomas here in Minnesota, wrote recently for Public Discourse about Roe v. Wade and its consequences. “After nearly four decades, Roe's human death toll stands at nearly
21.01.2012 [National Right to Life News] - By Paul Stark NARAL Pro-Choice Minnesota has released a report titled “State-Funded Deception: Minnesota's Crisis Pregnancy Centers,” a supposed exposé of our state's pro-life pregnancy care centers (also called crisis pregnancy centers, or CPCs).
06.01.2012 [National Right to Life News] - By Paul Stark In yesterday's “Dear Abby” column, “Deadlocked in New Jersey” asks for advice about the fate of her frozen human embryos. She and her husband used in vitro fertilization and gave birth to two children, and two “excess” frozen embryos
19.01.2012 [National Right to Life News] - By Paul Stark In the video embedded below (which you can also view here) Alexander Tsiaras, a renowned medical imaging expert, presents a unique visualization of human development from conception until birth. Note how often he uses words and phrases
19.01.2012 [National Right to Life News] - By Paul Stark Editor's note. Mr. Stark is Communications Assistant for Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life, National Right to Life's state affiliate. “Whatever the fetus is feeling, at 20 weeks she is certainly capable of demonstrating lots of facial
24.01.2012 [Bourne Local] - First were Barbara Hare, Jean Parsons, Mark Gould and Roger Steer with 61.5 points. Second Helen Roscoe, Maureen Paulson, Paul Stark and Phil Sendall with 63.2 points. In third place was the quartet of Sandra Wildmore, Lisa Gauci, David Parsonage and