Views from the Propaganda Cesspool

Let Us Go Rejoicing

By Judie Brown The responsorial psalm this past Sunday garnered this response from the congregation: “Let us go rejoicing to the house of the Lord!” What a marvelous exclamation of joy and exultation from the children of God who realize that thanksgiving is an attitude and a word of love; it is not a particular […]

On the Scene at ‘Night to Shine’

By Terrell Clemmons When I first heard that my church planned to host a “Night to Shine” prom, my immediate thoughts were skeptical: That sounds like a huge undertaking. How could we possibly take this on? I am beyond grateful, now, that I kept my thoughts to myself, moved beyond the trepidation, and took part […]

Pro-Life This Week – November 22, 2019

Week in Review – Amid the outrageous death toll, there is much to be thankful for. Despite the fact that the jury in the civil trial in San Francisco of the founders of the Center for Medical Progress and its undercover journalists who documented Planned Parenthood’s baby body parts business entered GUILTY verdicts for all […]

Choosing Order or Chaos

By Judie Brown The opportunity to create order out of chaos exists for everyone. But some folks like to play the odds by calling a thing what it is not in order to deceive the unsuspecting. That is creating chaos on purpose. For example, news of the Ohio so-called abortion ban bill is creating a […]

Planned Parenthood from 50 to 100 - The Abortion Years

Planned Parenthood’s Changing Structure

By Jim Sedlak Over the years, we have often described the structure of Planned Parenthood as a franchise. It has a corporate office that does not actually run any medical centers anywhere in the country. All its medical centers are run by franchisees (called affiliates). Each affiliate is a separately incorporated entity that operates in […]

CLSP and Bear Food—A Culture of Life Combination

By Nick Ciancio Bear Food may be a small peanut business in Macon, Georgia, but owner Mac Brydon is doing big things—and that includes more than just selling peanuts. He is trying to break a trend. More than 80 percent of adults with disabilities or special needs are unemployed. Mac Brydon wants Bear Food to […]