A Cheerleader, an Abortionist, and Dead Babies

Pro-Life This Week – July 24, 2020

Week in Review – Planned Parenthood comes clean—officially brands its founder as a racist and eugenicist The biggest news in the pro-life world this week had to be the capitulation of Planned Parenthood on the racist nature of its founder—Margaret Sanger. Pro-lifers have been fighting for years to get out the truth about Sanger and, […]

The False God of Woke

By Judie Brown The word “woke” has taken on a slang definition of late. As previously noted, this new use of the word was “invented by those who view themselves as culturally hip and clever.” It has become a code word for all sorts of culturally damaging scenarios. Unlike the old-fashioned use of the word, […]

Planned Parenthood Finally Admitting Sanger’s Racism

By Jim Sedlak Planned Parenthood Federation of America has always dated its beginning to the opening of a birth control clinic in Brooklyn, New York, on October 16, 1916. The clinic was opened by Margaret Sanger and two of her friends. Sanger was a dynamic leader who spread her racist philosophies while posing as a […]

Why You Should Teach Human Development to Your Young Children

It’s hard to keep young children from being traumatized by the horrors of the abortion industry and the culture of death.

Finding Hope Amidst the Madness

By Judie Brown We see madness and a disregard for human life all around us. One example comes from Tennessee, where Kimberly Hopkins recently pled guilty to the attempted first-degree murder of her mother. Her elaborate scheme was supposed to make it look like her mother wanted assisted suicide, but in the end her true […]

That Good Night: Life and Medicine in the Eleventh Hour

By Julie Grimstad That Good Night allows the reader to peer into palliative care medicine through the window of a fervent practitioner’s eyes. Dr. Puri’s experiences in her professional life—including moving stories about some of her patients—are interwoven with threads of her personal life as the child of immigrants from India. The book reads like […]