astern reading this, we probably should have let the Germans keep France.
Religious leaders “blessing” the opening of a Planned Parenthood clinic.
Nothing to see here. If Packer is indeed responsible for this atrocity, then all she has done is the same thing that abortionists in America–paid to kill children in utero–do more than 3,000 times every day. Of course, I would submit that there are few things on earth more hideous and evil than parents who […]
While 20-year-old Theophilus Washington ought to be charged with something for attempting to induce an involuntary abortion with his pregnant girlfriend, I find it ironic that he is being charged with attempted murder, given that our Supreme Court hath decreed that his girlfriend can legally have the baby killed in an abortion mill. If she […]
LifeSiteNews chronicles the story of Sara Fernanda Giromin. #ToHellWithFeminism
Many years ago, after pro tennis player Chris Evert married Andy Mills and had settled into motherhood, she said something to the effect that her prior life had been all about her. The way she said it led me to think she had at least one prior abortion. While she’d had an otherwise solid reputation, […]
This dumb broad has quite the future.
I’ve been out of pocket due to my work schedule. But this was too good to pass up. Home run for Vox. In the comments section, I found this, which was gold. If you let yourself become distracted by what is coming from her mouth, you miss all that is revealed in her face, which […]
First, some stipulations: I’m not a Catholic; I oppose abortion–yes, even in cases of rape and incest–and also oppose contraceptive methods that are potentially abortifacient. Those should be criminalized; Aside from (2), I have no concern for micromanaging the family planning choices that husbands and wives make. That means any contraceptive method that does not […]
In addition to the carnage of abortion, there is this little tidbit: More than 1 million abortions took place in the U.S. in 2008, and about half of women getting an abortion had already had one before. This is a serious problem on several levels. Demographic, political, and–yes–spiritual. A little over 20 years ago, among […]