Protection for Every Baby—Preborn and Born

Protection for Every Baby—Preborn and Born

By Judie Brown When March for Life Action (MFLA), a sister organization of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund, released its statement in preparation for today’s March, it was a bit concerning. The statement reflects a popular theme. That is that the polling of America should set our pro-life goals, and to my […]

Remembering Nellie J. Gray and the Personhood Principle

By Judie Brown On the eve of the 46th annual March for Life, it is only fitting to remember the brave, committed woman who started the event. In the wake of the US Supreme Court’s tragic decisions Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton of January 22, 1973, accomplished attorney Nellie Gray reacted with indignation […]

The ERA and Other Fictions

By Judie Brown The resurgence of the ERA (equal rights amendment) has once again exposed the underbelly of scum often defined as political debate in some circles, apathy in others. In Virginia, the state legislature has proposed language that would enshrine abortion and all forms of so-called “personal reproductive autonomy” in the state’s constitution. The […]

Is Your Child a Target?

By Judie Brown What I am about to share with you is happening in one county in the state of Maryland, but it could be happening where you live. Your own children or grandchildren could be targeted, and you might never know. So here is the story: Recently a concerned parent alerted our office to […]

Over 200 Members of Congress Publicly Decry ‘Roe,’ or Do They?

By Judie Brown The headlines were consistent in suggesting that more than 200 members of Congress—both representatives and senators, including two Democrats—had “asked the Supreme Court to consider overturning Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that legalized abortion nationwide.” The elected officials filed an amicus brief on January 2 in the June Medical Services v. Gee case. […]

New Jersey Governor a Sham Catholic

By Judie Brown New Jersey governor Phil Murphy defines himself as a person who “grew up in a family that was middle class on a good day.” According to his website, he was “the youngest of four children with only one parent who graduated high school. His upbringing—where religion, a strong work ethic, education, and […]

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