Killing Democracy One Dead Baby at a Time

By Judie Brown Today’s cultural meltdown gives us an opportunity to see just how far the devil will go to achieve his goal. The perfect word for this is demoralization. Looking around today, we can see its effects everywhere. The most glaring example is, not surprisingly, the packaging of the act of abortion as something […]

No, Oprah. COVID-19 Is Not Ravaging Us. Abortion Is.

By Ryan Scott Bomberger How is it that celebrities like Oprah see negative racial disparities in every facet of American life, except in the one industry that kills for a living? Oprah recently opined about the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus in black communities. COVID-19, according to the guru of talk, is “taking us out.” […]

Endangered and Vulnerable

By Susan Ciancio At the 1994 National Prayer Breakfast, St. Teresa of Calcutta said: “I feel that the greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion, because it is a war against the child, a direct killing of the innocent child, murder by the mother herself. And if we accept that a mother can kill even […]

Hatred Versus Solidarity

By Judie Brown We have seen recently that those in the mobs who shriek, destroy, and bludgeon in our streets represent not rational thought but are themselves filled with hate. They foment hatred because they lack respect for the dignity of the human person, regardless of his color, age, or place of residence. These people […]

New York’s Boss Bills Discriminate against Pro-Life Pregnancy Care Centers

By Lori Hadacek Chaplin Imagine if the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was required to hire someone who was a white supremacist. New York’s recent Boss Bills, which passed in 2019, are trying to do something comparable to pregnancy care centers and other pro-life organizations by mandating that they cannot discriminate against […]

Archbishop Gregory and the Science of Loathing

By Judie Brown According to Merriam-Webster, the history of the word ideology comes from “the French writer A.L.C. Destutt de Tracy [who] proposed it as a term to designate the ‘science of ideas,’ and in that sense the word was quickly borrowed into English. . . . Today, the word most often refers to ‘a […]