Elections: A Mixed Bag for Persons at Risk

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Is the Press the Enemy of the People?

By Judie Brown President Donald J. Trump has said on many occasions that the press is “the enemy of the people.” This is met with derision and even the hateful comparison of his comment with the “incendiary” phrases of some of society’s most horrendous killers like Hitler and others. But as a pro-life leader with […]

A Family Contemplates Thanksgiving

By Judie Brown Today I share with you Thanksgiving reflections that members of my family shared with me a few years ago. While we have updated these, the point is not really when these reflections were written, but why. You see, with family, everything makes sense, and nothing is ever less important to anyone because, […]

Miscarriage: The North and South of It

By Judie Brown In her recent book, Michelle Obama revealed that she turned to in vitro fertilization after a miscarriage because she felt that her “biological clock” was ticking. Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts interviewed Obama about her new book Becoming. The following is an excerpt from that interview: “I realized that as I […]

Trump, Pence, Abortion, and Planned Parenthood

Trump: The Facts and the Bitter Pill

By Judie Brown The Trump administration has issued a couple of regulations that are bound to give Planned Parenthood and its allies severe heartburn. These new rules roll back the Obama birth control mandate, thus giving employers “the opportunity to seek an exemption when it comes to providing contraception coverage for their employees.” The new […]

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Elections: A Mixed Bag for Persons at Risk

By Judie Brown We see the same pluses and minuses in the election results of this past Tuesday that others do. Yet, in a profound way, we see grave danger ahead for those who cannot defend themselves. Specifically, we look at California as a bellwether example. This is so because, even though the state is […]

Electing Who Is Best

By Judie Brown Perhaps you feel a bit like I do—that if another person talks about the dire consequences of the “wrong” party winning control of the House or Senate, I may just lose my shoe as it sails through the air toward my television screen! But wait! This commentary is not about THOSE elections. […]

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