Humpty Dumpty Lives

Aborted Baby Cells and Your Conscience

By Judie Brown In the age of Biden and the recent confirmation of avid pro-abortion politician Xavier Becerra, it is certainly appropriate to ask whether or not Americans will continue to enjoy freedom of conscience. We already had concerns when the Biden administration offered its support of the radical Equality Act, which is set to […]

Canceling Sexual Morality

By Judie Brown The so-called “cancel culture” has come into vogue over the past few years. According to Webster’s dictionary, the first use of the term was in 2017. At the time, the term was defined as “the practice or tendency of engaging in mass canceling . . . as a way of expressing disapproval […]

The Bishops and Eucharistic Coherence

By Judie Brown Coherence is the logical way of presenting the facts. It is another word for consistency. Since the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has decided to address Eucharistic coherence, we can presume that they have deemed it a matter of concern and something they need to talk about in an official way. […]

55,875 Reasons to Drive Out Demons

By Judie Brown When Planned Parenthood closes its doors, babies live. That is the news from American Life League’s annual facilities report on Planned Parenthood. Of course, there were other findings, but none that compares with the miracle of birth that occurs when the demons of abortion stop practicing their deadly trade. And yes, we […]

Humpty Dumpty Lives

By Judie Brown Lewis Carroll wrote Through the Looking Glass in 1871. One of the most quoted excerpts is this: “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.” “The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can […]

Stop the Equality Act

By Judie Brown The first words of the Equality Act, recently passed by the US House of Representatives, tell of its purpose: “To prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and for other purposes.” What could possibly go wrong with a bill supported by people like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi […]