Faith, Reason, and Pope Francis

Abortion Venom Poisons Minds

By Judie Brown Venom is a toxic substance produced by some snakes and bees, among other creatures; it can and does have a lethal effect. But venom is also a spiteful, malicious feeling often called hatred or malevolence. It is a sad but true thing that those who advocate for the aborting of preborn children […]

Cowards and Spin Doctors vs. Square Shooters

By Judie Brown A square shooter, unlike a coward or a spin doctor, stands up for and defends truth; he/she is honest and just. This might sound obvious, but in today’s world it cannot be restated often enough. Why is that, you might ask? Well, how about the splash of headlines that told the nation […]

The Equal Rights Amendment Redux Bad for Babies

By Judie Brown Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke at Georgetown University recently. During her remarks, she voiced her support for the Equal Rights Amendment, but her comments have been widely interpreted to mean that she suggested that the process to ratify that amendment would have to start all over again. Ginsburg, who is a died-in-the-wool feminist, […]

A Cheerleader, an Abortionist, and Dead Babies

By Judie Brown In America’s disposable culture, it is not exactly shocking to learn how macabre words and actions can deceive. Cheerleader Brooke Skylar Richardson was 18 and pregnant in 2017. But something went terribly wrong, and her daughter wound up dead. Richardson was initially accused of burying her baby alive in the backyard of […]

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Faith, Reason, and Pope Francis

By Judie Brown Pope Francis recently told reporters: “I pray that schisms do not happen, but I am not afraid of them.” What the pope is referring to is a type of division within the Church that one astute professor, Roberto de Mattei, describes as a “laceration of the Mystical Body” of Christ. He goes […]

Terror in America

By Judie Brown Merriam-Webster defines the word “terror” as “a state of intense fear,” a “cause of anxiety,” or a “frightening aspect” of something. These are but a few of the definitions. So during this week when we remember so vividly the terror of September 11, 2001, and its aftermath—a week we also remember and […]

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