Not a Part of His Dream


The End of Neutrality: Gosnell—America’s Moral Moment

By Terrell Clemmons Phelim McAleer had seen a lot of disturbing things as an investigative journalist. But sitting in the Philadel­phia courtroom as abortionist Kermit Gosnell stood trial for multiple counts of murder, he didn’t know which was worse: the evidence being presented, which included the most horrific testi­mony and photos he’d ever seen, or […]

Save Roe

Riddle: If ‘Roe’ Falls, What Is Next?

By Judie Brown A riddle is a puzzling question posed as a problem. And as sure as night follows day, the challenge of answering what pro-life people will do if Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton are overturned is one that deserves some attention. This is so because soon after Justice Kavanaugh was seated […]

Pro-Life This Week – October 19, 2018

FIGHT PLANNED PARENTHOOD You can help save a life today! Make a difference and give light to the darkness. DONATE Week in Review – Telemedicine abortions and abortion by mail The abortion industry released a plan in the past couple of weeks on how it plans to make abortion more accessible in the United States. The […]

The Smallest Angel

By Curt Melliger Not far from my house is an old cemetery where I like to go for walks. It is a quiet, peaceful, meditative place, a shrine to the departed and a sanctuary for the living, a haven of tall shady trees that were planted by the pioneers in the midst of the treeless […]


First Iceland. Where Next?

Iceland’s destructive attitude toward people with disabilities isn’t exclusive to Iceland.


BILGE FOR THE MODERN WORLD: Abortionists, Pope Francis, and Cardinal Wuerl

By Judie Brown Bilge: stale or worthless remarks or ideas When I first read Bill O’Reilly’s comments about what it takes to make a phrase or a term bilge, I was heartened because he too sees the fallacy in the abuse of language devoid of facts. O’Reilly opines: One of the hip sayings in the […]