It’s hard to keep young children from being traumatized by the horrors of the abortion industry and the culture of death.
By Judie Brown We see madness and a disregard for human life all around us. One example comes from Tennessee, where Kimberly Hopkins recently pled guilty to the attempted first-degree murder of her mother. Her elaborate scheme was supposed to make it look like her mother wanted assisted suicide, but in the end her true […]
By Julie Grimstad That Good Night allows the reader to peer into palliative care medicine through the window of a fervent practitioner’s eyes. Dr. Puri’s experiences in her professional life—including moving stories about some of her patients—are interwoven with threads of her personal life as the child of immigrants from India. The book reads like […]
Week in Review – Planned Parenthood closing some centers while getting sex education funding from the government Sadly, the Department of Health and Human Services is still awarding new grants to fund sexuality education research. In its latest round of grants, which became effective this month, it gave $2 million over three years to Planned Parenthood of […]
By Judie Brown In the long march to use deadly chemicals and devices to pilfer fertility from women, the latest twist comes from a judge who has ruled that, in this pandemic era, the abortion pill should be available by mail! Maryland US District Court judge Theodore Chuang opined that timing is everything and […]
By Karen Mahoney Nearly five months into her pregnancy, Mary Kellett learned that her preborn son, Peter, likely had Trisomy 18, or Edwards Syndrome—a very rare chromosomal condition. According to the Trisomy 18 Foundation, Trisomy 18 is an error in cell division that’s revealed through a blood test and ultrasound and that results in developmental […]