Mildred Fay Jefferson, MD, Black Heroine Extraordinaire

Pro-Life This Week – November 12, 2021

Week in Review – Attacks in Congress on preborn and teens in schools      The rules concerning the distribution of the abortion pill (mifepristone) regimen so women can do at-home abortions continue on the path to wanton destruction of millions of human beings before birth. The original rules called for in-person dispensing, among other requirements, to improve […]

Moral Absolutes and Biden

This article originally appeared on August 24, 2021. By Judie Brown Sham-Catholic president of the United States Joe Biden is a total failure. In terms of the natural law he is a moral pygmy, but he was helped along the road by Catholic bishops. And whether by accident or on purpose, what they have permitted […]

LeRoy Carhart: Secrets of a Late-Term Abortionist

By Susan Ciancio Kindness. Courtesy. Justice. Respect. Love. They are words that could have been spoken by Christ. He told us that we must love God with our whole selves and love our neighbors as we love ourselves. Love is not just a feeling; it’s an action. If you love both God and your neighbor, […]

‘SNL’ Clown Promotes Abortion in Disturbing Skit

By Susan Ciancio Many people find clowns annoying. Some find them a little creepy or scary. But the clown introduced to us on Saturday Night Live this past weekend was disturbing. Cecily Strong, a regular SNL cast member, dressed as “Goober the Clown” and sat with “news” host Colin Jost, who had just mentioned the […]

My Hero Has Moved On

By Judie Brown There has never been a man like Paul Anthony Brown (1938-2021). As anyone who has lost a spouse can tell you, the husband or wife who is now alone recalls with deepest affection the one person who made their life complete. And that is exactly how I feel about my dear husband, […]

Hardening of the Mind

By Donald DeMarco, PhD A friend and I were recently discussing abortion with a young lady. In that conversation, we emphasized the importance of reason. She was intrigued by what we were saying, and the subject seemed entirely new to her. Looking at us with a sense of expectation, she asked, “What is reason?” Supposedly, […]