The Nexus between Death Peddling and Tepid Teaching

America’s Diabolical Plague

By Judie Brown A plague, or pestilence as it were, is a “contagious or infectious epidemic disease that is virulent and devastating.” While this word usually refers to a physical ailment, our use here is far more insidious because it is an attitudinal malady that has been part of history for hundreds of years. In […]

Precious Feet: A Legacy of Love

By Karen Mahoney On June 4, 2019, nearly 50 years after pulling tiny, perfectly formed bodies of aborted babies from formalin-laden buckets, Dr. Russell Sacco, founding member of Oregon Right to Life, died of cancer.  The Kenosha, Wisconsin, native graduated cum laude with a BS from UW Madison in 1957. He then graduated cum laude from UW Madison Medical […]

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.