abortion

At Last! A Voice From the Wilderness

By Phillip Neri / September 14, 2021 /

At least one bishop wasted no time to get into the public fray over the Texas abortion law discussion. And he did it really well.

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He Said What?

By Cindy Paslawski / September 5, 2021 /

The ink was hardly dry on the US Supreme Court decision on the Texas abortion law when the abortionists were screaming foul. And who was leading the pack? President Joseph Biden. He issued a statement. Did he actually write it or just nod his head in agreement, basically the same thing as reading someone else’s…

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“I put the Calf in the Oven”, “we give Papal Awards to anyone that visits”, and Slavery

By John B. Manos / January 15, 2018 /

One my favorite lame excuses of all time should be enshrined and burned into the memory of every child. It should be repeated now and then while drinking — everyone at the table laugh and laugh and laugh. It should be the first example off our lips when someone dissembles…  “I put the gold in the oven…

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Pro-Choice Advocates Must Accept Science to be Winners

By Dustin P.J. Murphy / April 20, 2017 /

In a recent New York Times op-ed piece, “To Win Again, Democrats Must Stop Being the Abortion Party,” Thomas Grome gave sage advice to anyone who is pro-abortion. It’s received a lot of attention.  National Review’s The Corner carried an article on it highlighting some of this attention, like the organization Catholic Democrats providing a…

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2017: but “Post-truth” Began with Abortion, is Consequence of Hardon’s Neopaganism

By John B. Manos / January 8, 2017 /

Fantasyland is not just an insult anymore — it’s real. And people live there and force the rest of us there, too. When I was a kid, I remember getting burned by a childhood insult many times…. If I said, “I love carrots and peas”, then quickly someone else would say “oh yeah, then why don’t you marry…

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The Fix is in:  World Russian Council calls to remove abortions from the system of mandatory medical insurance

By John B. Manos / June 5, 2015 /

One of the earliest things the Bolsheviks did after destroying churches in an ISIS fashion was legalize abortion. In 1920, they cried that women were procuring back street illegal abortions and all they wanted to do was make it safe. They made a law permitting it to be performed in hospitals. Note the logic, the incremental approach. The initial…

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A Dehumanized Form of Development

By Michael O. Kenney / March 10, 2014 /

The presumed frontrunner to serve as the next President of the United States recently delivered the keynote address to the UN where she characterized abortion as essential to “human development.” Per CNN: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used a Friday speech at the United Nations to tie women’s reproductive rights with the broader goal…

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The Four Cardinals: Unambiguously Pro-Life

By John M. DeJak / January 21, 2014 /

40 years ago, the Four Cardinals of the United States testified before Congress in a show of conviction and principle that has been one of the clearest expressions of the Church’s teaching on the dignity of human life in our history. The truth that an unborn child is a human person from the moment of conception…

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From Under the Rubble…How Many Holocausts?

By Christopher Manion / January 19, 2014 /

On January 22nd, hundreds of thousands of demonstrators will take part in the forty first annual March for Life in Washington. They will be dutifully ignored by Big Media (well, the Post might send an intern), but it’s clear that the City of Man wishes they would go away. They won’t. And while their very…

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What Has the Pro-Life Movement Accomplished Since 1973?

By wffguest / January 16, 2014 /

By John Jansen In the opening scene of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ, we see Our Lord enduring the Agony in the Garden, and the devil telling Him, “No one man can carry this burden… It is far too heavy. Saving their souls is too costly.” Working in the pro-life movement, we often…

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