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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Linda Stasi
It's a fanciful premise, given that no credible reports exist of actual human cloning ("Walking Dead" extras don't count). But a hard-boiled New York tabloid newspaper reporter, who describes herself as both an "agnostic" and a "lapsed Catholic," believes that if human cloning could be done today, there's genetic material from which another Jesus could — conceivably — be created.
"I nearly fell off my chair," she says, when she saw them.
The tabloid journalist in her was perplexed, Ms. Stasi admitted: "I'm just a regular person, these things are not supposed to happen. But they did."