Sexual Wisdom: A Tribute to Richard Wetzel, M.D.

Palliative Care: Pain Relief or Imposed Death?

By Judie Brown Merriam-Webster defines the word palliate as a transitive verb that means “to reduce the violence of (a disease); also: to ease (symptoms) without curing the underlying disease.” In other words, to palliate means to make a patient comfortable while treating his disease. This definition should translate into actions being taken to relieve a […]

Pro-Life This Week – August, 3, 2018

Week in Review – Planned Parenthood loses in Arkansas, holds a conference and launches new website Arkansas has been a battleground in efforts to take taxpayer money away from Planned Parenthood. Back in 2015, Gov. Asa Hutchinson ended the state’s Medicaid contract with Planned Parenthood. Since then, Planned Parenthood has filed lawsuits to try and […]

McCarrick: Corrupt Behavior Appeases the Devil

By Judie Brown Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s lewd behavior has finally been exposed and he is disgraced. For some that news has prompted even more allegations and suspicions about bishops and their philandering ways. In fact, one reporter wrote that he had known about the McCarrick problem since 2002 and could not believe it took so […]

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Womb Wars

By Judie Brown Birth control methods are dangerous, but one in particular has proven to be especially so. It is called Essure, and it’s defined by the manufacturer as a permanent birth control procedure that works with your body to prevent pregnancy. During the Essure procedure, a soft, flexible insert is placed into each of […]

Pro-Life This Week – July 27, 2018

Week in Review – South Carolina victory, California shenanigans, and a Pro-Life Hero During this year’s primary campaign in South Carolina, Governor Henry McMaster pledged that, if reelected, he would end all funding to Planned Parenthood in the state. After he won the primary, the SC House removed Planned Parenthood funding from the budget. Unfortunately, the […]

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Sham Christians Support Abortion

By Judie Brown When I first heard about the Wild Goose Festival, I thought I heard “Wild Turkey Festival” and that everyone in attendance would be celebrating bourbon by drinking too much. But then I realized I erred. According to its website, the Wild Goose Festival is defined as “a place where all are welcome. […]

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