Mary Rybak, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Mary Rybak
Mary Rybak served as an editorial intern at The American Spectator.
by | Nov 30, 2005

A report in TIME Asia Magazine shows that unethical coercion of women has contributed to the work of Dr. Hwang Woo Suk, Korea’s chief stem cell researcher. After failing to receive a sufficient number of donated eggs from the public,…

by | Nov 29, 2005

Saddam Hussein’s murder-and-torture trial has been a rocky and winding road so far. The trial has already resulted in death threats, murdered witnesses, and fleeing lawyers. The open-and-shut trial some Americans envisioned has not materialized, dispelling the illusion that a…

by | Nov 28, 2005

Yesterday the Sunday Times brought attention to the tragic fact that about 50 babies are born in Britain each year due to failed abortions. The likelihood of a baby’s survival increases with every week of gestation. Medical experts are now…

by | Nov 7, 2005

An organization in Little Rock, Arkansas, recently concluded two months of life-changing help to women devastated by Hurricane Katrina. Did it offer to help these displaced women build new homes? No. Did it offer to help pay their bills for…

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