Elections: A Mixed Bag for Persons at Risk

Mass Shootings Are Our Fault. Own It!

By Hugh Brown, with an intro by Judie Brown These past several days have served up the ugly underbelly of many of this nation’s people for all to see. Instead of weeping with the families of victims, praying for the heroes who stood in harm’s way to stop villains, and praying for everyone involved, our […]

Safe Killing Is Their Cry

By Judie Brown In Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll wrote: “‘Curiouser and Curiouser!’ cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English).” Oh my, if Alice were here now observing the habits of the pro-aborts—including Planned Parenthood—she might just lose her ability to speak […]

Suppressing People of Faith

By Judie Brown Jesus said to His disciples: “They will expel you from the synagogues, and indeed the time is coming when anyone who kills you will think he is doing a holy service to God. They will do these things because they have never known either the Father or me.” – John 16:2-3 The latest Congressional […]

Covert Practices Threaten the Elderly and Infirm

By Judie Brown Sometimes when we hear conversations about medically treating the elderly and the dying, we miss key words because they sound so innocent. Words like palliative care, “unable to digest food,” and “refusing to eat” can be understood to mean that nothing can be done for the patient. In other words, death is […]

Aborting Babies of Color Is Racist

By Judie Brown We hear the word “racism” nearly every day. Yet, many don’t take the time to truly understand this term and examine the repercussions when it comes to abortion. If there ever were a racist practice in the United States today, abortion is it. And if we had to identify a single organization […]

Living, Suffering, and Dying

By Judie Brown Personal mortality dawns on most of us early in life. Though that’s not a bad thing, we must realize that there are many complications that we probably don’t think about. In our culture, growing older or simply confronting a major health challenge that could cut one’s life short can result in acceptance […]