Oh Kamala, Oh Kamala!

Oh Kamala, Oh Kamala!

By Judie Brown Sing to the tune of “Oh Christmas Tree”: Oh Kamala, Oh Kamala, How ugly are your actions!Oh Kamala, Oh Kamala,How deadly are your ways! California senator Kamala Harris is a living, breathing symbol of the threatening new reality we now see in this nation: the furtherance of the violence of abortion, contraception, […]

Come On, Man! Human Embryos Are People

By Judie Brown A phrase is usually identified with someone because he or she repeats it frequently. In the case of “come on, man,” we are referring to a presidential candidate whose logic and reason are so distant from reality that he has intentionally chosen to parrot fiction on more than one topic. In fact, […]

Planned Parenthood’s Hollow Disclaimer

By Judie Brown Planned Parenthood’s sham public comments about Margaret Sanger are merely rhetorical “social distancing from [its] founder.” The words ring hollow in every respect. Margaret Sanger—the racist, despiser of the poor, and all around nasty woman—instilled a philosophy that pulses through the very lifeblood of Planned Parenthood’s existence. So while Planned Parenthood says […]

The Leprosy of Hate

By Judie Brown St. Damien of Molokai is one of the most incredible examples of what it means to be genuinely pro-life. He reflected this way of life in his words, but more importantly in his actions. Fr. Damien devoted his life to the spiritual and physical needs of the members of a leper colony […]

The Trouble with Truth

By Judie Brown The truth—according to the magisterium of the Catholic Church—is that the body and blood of Christ are actually present in the sacrament of the Eucharist. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states: The mode of Christ’s presence under the Eucharistic species is unique. It raises the Eucharist above all the sacraments as […]

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 […]