Kagan’s Clone Wars
They’re not dead babies, they’re just clumps of cells:
White House memos from 1997, when Elena Kagan was a top domestic policy advisor to President Clinton, show that Kagan — nominated to the Supreme Court by President Obama — recommended that the Clinton administration permit cloning of human embryos for research purposes.
Writing just months after Scottish researchers had announced the birth of a cloned sheep, Kagan and another Clinton aide recommended that the president announce a ban on cloning that would lead to the birth of human infants, but emphasized that the policy “would not ban the creation of cloned embryos for research purposes.” . . . .
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Robert Stacy McCain
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