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Joe Biden: Satan’s Secret Weapon

By Judie Brown Several media outlets have reported that Joe Biden has flipped his position on abortion. But what does that mean, and why should Catholics care? We can say without hesitation that Biden was never pro-life by any stretch of the imagination. While at one time he favored the Hyde Amendment, which prevented many […]

Brave Catholic Bishops and the Cultural Crisis

By Judie Brown It’s the environment, stupid! At least that’s what the headlines are screaming. They argue that, if you aren’t concerned with clean air, global warming, population, and all the things that threaten being “green,” you are not a responsible citizen of this world. But wait a minute. What about the toxicity of hate-messaging […]

Babies and Bananas

By Judie Brown Catholic high school teacher Stephen Snyder recently wrote: “Bananas exist and do so perfectly independently of your knowledge or opinion of them. The extent to which your idea of a banana matches the reality of a banana is the extent to which you know the truth about bananas.” In other words, the […]

Ginsburg’s Fatal Error

By Judie Brown When the Supreme Court of the United States handed down the ruling on Box v. Planned Parenthood this week, the court upheld the portion of the Indiana law that deals with the proper disposition of fetal remains. This portion of the decision “ensures all health-care facilities, including abortion clinics, appropriately dispose of […]

Quasi-Catholics and Our Response

By Judie Brown When linked with another word, quasi means “in some way or sense but not in a true, direct, or complete way.” Rabid pro-abort quasi-Catholics like Speaker Nancy Pelosi, New York governor Andrew Cuomo, former vice president Joe Biden, and Hollywood actress Alyssa Milano, to name a few, challenge our patience. These people […]

Diabolical Language of an Abortion Disciple

By Judie Brown Nancy Pelosi, grand dame of the pro-aborts in Congress, recently shepherded a new bill through Congress known as the Equality Act. According to Heritage Foundation: “Where the original Civil Rights Act of 1964 furthered equality by ensuring that African-Americans had equal access to public accommodations and material goods, the Equality Act would […]

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