America’s Human Junk

Have I Done Enough?

By Susan Ciancio In 2018 I saw Hamilton in Chicago with my daughter. A couple weeks ago, I watched it on TV with my sons. Eliza’s query at the end has stayed with me since the first time I saw the musical: “When my time is up, have I done enough?” Anyone who knows the […]

America’s Diabolical Plague

By Judie Brown A plague, or pestilence as it were, is a “contagious or infectious epidemic disease that is virulent and devastating.” While this word usually refers to a physical ailment, our use here is far more insidious because it is an attitudinal malady that has been part of history for hundreds of years. In […]

Precious Feet: A Legacy of Love

By Karen Mahoney On June 4, 2019, nearly 50 years after pulling tiny, perfectly formed bodies of aborted babies from formalin-laden buckets, Dr. Russell Sacco, founding member of Oregon Right to Life, died of cancer.  The Kenosha, Wisconsin, native graduated cum laude with a BS from UW Madison in 1957. He then graduated cum laude from UW Madison Medical […]

Pro-Life This Week – July 24, 2020

Week in Review – Planned Parenthood comes clean—officially brands its founder as a racist and eugenicist The biggest news in the pro-life world this week had to be the capitulation of Planned Parenthood on the racist nature of its founder—Margaret Sanger. Pro-lifers have been fighting for years to get out the truth about Sanger and, […]

The False God of Woke

By Judie Brown The word “woke” has taken on a slang definition of late. As previously noted, this new use of the word was “invented by those who view themselves as culturally hip and clever.” It has become a code word for all sorts of culturally damaging scenarios. Unlike the old-fashioned use of the word, […]

Planned Parenthood Finally Admitting Sanger’s Racism

By Jim Sedlak Planned Parenthood Federation of America has always dated its beginning to the opening of a birth control clinic in Brooklyn, New York, on October 16, 1916. The clinic was opened by Margaret Sanger and two of her friends. Sanger was a dynamic leader who spread her racist philosophies while posing as a […]