Centennial of Our Lady of Fatima

Disparage, Deny, Debunk: The Three Ds of Death

By Judie Brown When New York Times writer Mary Ziegler ended her article entitled “The Abortion Wars Have Become a Fight Over Science,” she quoted Jeanne Mancini of the March for Life, saying Mancini recently wrote that “the abortion debate isn’t settled, but the underlying science certainly is.” Ziegler then opined: “Whatever either side may […]

Pro-Aborts Terrified of Truth

By Judie Brown Today marks the official 46th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton Supreme Court decisions that decriminalized the act of abortion for any reason for all nine months of pregnancy. On that fateful day, Supreme Court justice Harry Blackmun, writing for the majority on the court, said in the […]

The Babies Need Action, Not Another Poll

By Judie Brown Today has been chosen to mark the 46th anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade/Doe v. Bolton Supreme Court decisions. These decisions were handed down on January 22, 1973. Thousands upon thousands of pilgrims will descend on the nation’s capital today to mourn the deaths of the millions of children who have […]

Killing Hope with Bad Medical Practices

By Judie Brown The practice of providing palliative care to patients who are suffering and in pain is nothing new, but turning that treatment into a death sentence is becoming increasingly popular. “J.J.”’s story proves this. Recently, a woman wrote about the valiant fight with cancer that her husband J.J. waged before his death. Though […]

Political Fear of Babies on the Rise

By Judie Brown Hillary Clinton recently joined with New York governor Andrew Cuomo in an effort to “codify Roe v. Wade in New York’s law in the next 30 days now that Democrats are in control of the state’s Senate.” Contrast this with the nation’s most famous hot-tempered chef, Gordon Ramsay, who was very proud to announce […]

Believe All Women?

By Judie Brown This is not a rhetorical question! It is a rallying cry for feminists these days. Yet it was a New York Times editorial writer who pointed out that “‘trust but verify’ may not have the same ring as ‘believe all women.’ But it’s a far better policy.” Not only that, but as […]