Cackles, Robots, and Death

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 […]

Alabama Law Incites Glorification of Evil

By Judie Brown Within moments of Governor Kay Ivey’s signing of the latest Alabama abortion law, commentators and abortion activists went wild. Planned Parenthood’s president Leana Wen tweeted: “This is a terrifying time for women in America. We will fight in Missouri, Georgia, Alabama, and everywhere else politicians interfere with medical care, because women’s healthcare […]

The Babies in the ‘Breyer Patch’

By Judie Brown United States Supreme Court justice Stephen Breyer has been making noise about Supreme Court precedent and abortion—and the media is listening. That is because the liberal media is convinced that Roe v. Wade will be overturned. In their self-imposed hysteria, some in the media recently pointed to Justice Breyer’s dissenting opinion regarding […]

Brian K. Sims and the Rejection of God

By Judie Brown Brian K. Sims is a Pennsylvania state representative. In 2012, he “became the first-ever openly gay candidate to be elected to the state house.” He recently joined his fellow legislators in the unveiling of anti-discrimination legislation. But apparently his anti-discrimination beliefs don’t expand to everyone, as this is the same Brian Sims […]

The Catholic Priest as Lighthouse Keeper

By Judie Brown A lighthouse emits an ongoing signal to navigators. Most lighthouses have someone who maintains the facility. He is known as a lighthouse keeper. This image was mentioned by Archbishop Georg Ganswein, personal secretary to Pope Benedict XVI and prefect of the papal household, when he addressed four newly ordained priests. Ganswein’s perceptive […]

Death: The Definitive Painkiller

By Judie Brown Palliative care was originally understood to be the practice of offering relief and comfort to a suffering or dying patient. But the popular version of this technique is something quite different. Ione Whitlock suggests that today “one is well-advised to be skeptical of a referral to palliative care.” Why? Because, in essence, […]

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