Texas, Wisconsin, and Ohio Address Planned Parenthood While Iowa Focuses on Aborted Baby Body Parts

Mary, Charlie, and the Babies

By Judie Brown Professor Charles Rice (Charlie) and his lovely wife Mary were devoted to each other, to their family, and to the babies. John Dejak, who studied under Charlie at the University of Notre Dame, wrote, “Never without the Rosary in his pocket, he was a true son of Our Lady. He defended her as […]

Pro-Life This Week – October 18, 2019

Week in Review – HALO Warns Against PCHETA; Marian Blue Wave Goes Global Earlier this week, the Healthcare Advocacy and Leadership Organization (HALO) released a press release expressing their concern and opposition to the federal Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act (PCHETA).  HALO states they support hospice and palliative care providers who “respect the […]

In US and Canada, End-of-Life Laws Endanger People with Disabilities

By Michael Cook Speeches by supporters of assisted suicide always include a big shout-out for people with disabilities. Hey, guys, you’re top on our list of favs; we’re just working out the delicate balance against individual rights. Just hang in there; we love youse all. Which, translated, means that the fears of people with disabilities are […]


First Iceland. Where Next?

Iceland’s destructive attitude toward people with disabilities isn’t exclusive to Iceland.

Marian Blue Wave Reaches Global Status

Fredericksburg, VA (October 15, 2019) – American Life League president, Judie Brown, issued the following statement today announcing the recent success of the Marian Blue Wave: This past week has shown us that the Blessed Mother is truly in charge! After only one week, we are happy to announce that we surged past our goal […]

‘My Care, My Right’ Devoid of God

By Judie Brown This past weekend, the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization joined with thousands from 80 countries to focus attention on making end-of-life care a public health priority. The occasion was this year’s World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, and its theme was “My Care, My Right.” Its goal was to communicate that palliative […]