A Lenten Challenge

Personal Faith Does Not a Moral Truth Make

By Judie Brown Pete Buttigieg, the openly homosexual mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has recently become the center of a rhetorical storm after his comments about Vice President Mike Pence touched more than a few nerves. CBS reported that during a speech at the LGBTQ Victory Funds National Champagne Brunch in Washington, DC, the Democrat […]

Dancing with the Devil

By Judie Brown In this era of personal truth versus universal truth as set forth by God, human beings can get into all sorts of trouble. By using personal opinion to replace objective truth, awful things can happen. We see an example of this in Georgia, where politicians put together the state’s exception-laden Fetal Heartbeat […]

A Culture of Moral Imbeciles

By Judie Brown When I heard Fox reporter Chris Stirewalt use the term “moral imbeciles” to describe politicians who are hung up on false narratives created out of thin air, I thought the term was brilliant. It describes people who are totally out of touch with reality, with the facts, and with fundamental truth itself. […]

Respectable Savagery Exposed

By Judie Brown Abby Johnson—pro-life leader, author, and teacher—recently told Celebrate Life Magazine that “Unplanned is not just my story; it’s the story of all of you who have been fighting in the pro-life movement. I believe this film will be one of the things that will work to make abortion unthinkable—and not just because it’s […]

“I” Is for Murder

By Judie Brown Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Catholic Speaker of the House of Representatives, says she really doesn’t know what the Democratic governor of Virginia had to say about infanticide. We thought everyone knew that Governor Ralph Northam unapologetically defended killing born babies when he talked about late-term abortions and told WTOP that they are done […]

Taking the Fifth Seriously

By Judie Brown The Fifth Commandment, as delivered to Moses by God, is simple: Thou shalt not kill! So why can’t people seem to comprehend and follow this command? We could ask literally thousands upon thousands of people and get responses that would convince you that hardly anyone today realizes that killing someone else—especially someone […]

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