By Judie Brown Much has been written about President Trump’s determination to obtain the funding he needs for the border wall. He is so committed to this that he has declared a national emergency. The Democrats are pushing back, of course, led by pro-abortion “Catholic” Nancy Pelosi, who uses her Catholic identity to support her […]
By Jim Sedlak As we were putting together the data for Part 2 of our analysis on the 2017-2018 Planned Parenthood Federation of America Annual Report, we took note of the number of medical and surgical abortions Planned Parenthood claimed to have done. It reported committing 332,757 abortions in a single year (October 1, 2016, […]
How would you feel if other people labelled you as the ugliest person in the world?
By Judie Brown Ever since the first in vitro fertilization baby, Louise Brown, was born, problems have been at the forefront of the euphemistically-defined assisted reproductive technology business. While the claim has always been that ART helps infertile couples realize their hopes of having a family, the truth is far more sinister. As policy analyst […]
By David Carlin To remember this or that historical era, it is convenient to mark its beginning with a particular year, even though the year may be somewhat arbitrary. For instance, we usually mark the beginning of the Protestant Reformation with the year 1517, the year in which Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to […]
By Judie Brown In presidential historian Jon Meacham’s most recent book The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels, he writes: “In our finest hours . . . the soul of the country manifests itself in an inclination to open our arms rather than to clench our fists; to look out rather than to […]