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Aug
2017
August 10, 2017
IFI Staff
In his new YouTube series, Philosophy Time, A-List actor James Franco sits down to talk about sensitive topics with academics and professionals in the field. While the topics range in sensitivity, some are outright controversial, such as the one released this week on the topic of early-term abortion.  In it, Princeton University Philosophy Professor Elizabeth Harman defends her "philosophical" position on early-term abortion -- or, at least, she tries to. After mentioning that it's not morally wrong to abort a baby early if...
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03
Aug
2017
August 3, 2017
IFI Staff
After the tragic passing of baby Charlie Gard last week, the world has renewed conversation surrounding the proper place of parental rights and government authority in society.   The parents of baby Charlie, who had been diagnosed with a terminal disease, were told in no uncertain terms by hospital officials that they would not be allowed to remove their son from the hospital’s care for outside treatment. The hospital even had help from the U.K. Supreme Court, which agreed that the hospital had the right to hold Baby...
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26
Jul
2017
July 26, 2017
IFI Staff
Tickets for the first annual ICON Conference are on sale! ICON (Indiana Conservative Conference) is a one-day, Indiana-centric policy and worldview conference, where the brightest minds in politics and thought will come together to cast a vision for the conservative movement in Indiana. You can check out the website and confirmed speakers list here! The event will be held at the Sheraton Keystone Crossing in Indianapolis. It’s easy to get to and there’s plenty of free parking on-site. We hope to see IFI friends from...
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Jul
2017
July 19, 2017
IFI Staff
  Teen Vogue, a popular children's magazine, has initiated an effort to normalize and promote sodomy to its young, impressionable readers.  You heard that right. The magazine published this article, aimed at ensuring that children have all the information they could want to know about sodomy. Or, at least, what Teen Vogue wants them to know. Teen Vogue is openly promoting a very dangerous sexuality, and it has neglected to emphasize the major risks associated with the activity it is promoting. We need to push back...
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