Parents Surprise Daughters with Adoption of Baby Sister

Comparing Apples and Oranges

By Judie Brown The phrase “comparing apples and oranges” means comparing two dissimilar entities. This applies well when comparing the innate dignity of each innocent human being from creation to death with the prevailing idea among some that bowing to polling data rather than adhering to legitimate truth is acceptable. Actual facts lead us to […]

ALL Makes Adamant Appeal to President and Congress about COVID Vaccine

For Immediate Release WASHINGTON, D.C. (20 April 2020) – American Life League president Judie Brown, on behalf of American Life League’s supporters and associate groups, wrote a letter to President Trump and to all 535 members of Congress regarding the federal government’s funding to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. She adamantly informed the President and Congress […]

Palliative Care: A Pathway to Imposed Death

By Julie Grimstad, Iona Caranica On December 12, 2019, a dangerous bill was halted in the US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions due to “last-minute concerns.” This was a hard-won victory for life! The Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act, which had already been approved by the House of Representatives, […]

Pro-Life This Week – April 17, 2020

Week in Review – No sex ed; Free pro-life ed; Pandemic and abortion; PP Baby Body Parts A silver lining has developed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In almost all states, schools are closed. Children are doing lessons and studying at home. As a result, Planned Parenthood cannot inundate these young people with […]

Living in a ‘Contraceptive Desert’

By Judie Brown According to the media, a “contraceptive desert” is a place where women at or below the poverty level live in “counties in which there is not reasonable access to a health center offering the full range of contraceptive methods.” The source for this information is Power to Decide, a campaign to prevent […]

Ventilator Rationing, Universal DNRs, and COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

By Nancy Valko, RN As a nurse myself, it is hard to watch my fellow nurses bravely fighting on the front lines of this pandemic without being able to be there with them. Nurses are a special breed. In my over 50 years as a nurse, I found that most of us chose nursing because […]