More Election Fallout and Building a Culture of Life

America’s Real Constitutional Crisis

By Judie Brown Whenever someone in the mainstream media claims that we are facing a constitutional crisis, you can bet that chances are we are not. That is, unless that person is talking about a constitutional right to abortion. Then we know there is indeed a crisis. Why is that so? Because there is nowhere […]

Kamala Harris—Quid Pro Quo

By Jim Sedlak Presumed Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden announced last week that he had selected Kamala Harris as his running mate for this year’s elections. Harris is a first-term US senator from California who was elected to that position in 2016 and took office in 2017. You might ask, how does a first-term […]

Educate Like a Pro: How CLSP Enriches a Curriculum

By Laura Kizior As concerned parents and educators, you understand the need to give your children and students a quality education. The art of teaching is a delicate balance between academic subjects and real-life skills in order to give students a truly well-rounded education. Teaching and living the culture of life in your family or […]

Shepherds Who Feed Their Flock

By Judie Brown The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ staff member Donna Toliver Grimes, associate director of African American affairs in the US bishops’ Secretariat of Cultural Diversity in the Church, recently told the media that she is “elated” over Biden’s pick of Kamala Harris as his vice-presidential running mate. That is the bad news. The […]

Texas City Chooses to Fund Abortion Over Police

The Austin City Council is a set of criminals who do not want police protection but prefer death for innocent babies.

The Only Wasted Vote Is the Vote You Later Regret

By Philip E. Lawler [Several] years ago, I told disbelieving friends that I had decided to run for the U.S. Senate, against Ted Kennedy. From the outset I knew—and candidly told my supporters—that it would take a miracle to send me to Washington. Massachusetts is a liberal state, dominated by Democrats, and the Kennedy mystique […]