Pro-lifers nationwide observe the anniversary of the Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade decision every January, no matter who's in the White House and no matter which party holds a majority in Congress. Peaceful affirmation of the right to life is always in season. The next national March for Life in Washington will be Friday, January … Continue reading Plan Now for January’s March for Life
I was in the midst of the March for Life in Washington a few days ago. No count was possible from my vantage point, but you can view this time-lapse image from Students for Life to get an idea of the crowd. Not many satellite trucks around, though, except for EWTN's. Other news outlets managed … Continue reading Plan now for March for Life 2019
By John Ruberry Now that we have entered the first full day of President Donald Trump's second year in office it's a good time to ask this question. Is Trump a conservative? "Yes," is my firm answer. Fascinatingly, Trump doesn't talk about conservatism much, nor did he as a candidate. Contrast the president with the … Continue reading Trump Year 1: Yes he’s a conservative
It's been rather amusing watching the left being forced to cover the March for Life particularly when you see things like this get out there Wow! Check out this awesome time lapse of the entire #MarchforLife! pic.twitter.com/Evrq3IBGCd — Students for Life (@Students4LifeHQ) January 27, 2017 The real story here is that these numbers are not … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under My Fedora: Executive Orders, Liberal Surprise and what an Actual “Rape Culture on Campus” looks like
Today, and every day, we stand united for #Life. #Stand4Life #MarchForLife #ProLife pic.twitter.com/66iOLQDpap— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) January 27, 2017 Yesterday was the March for life and one of the signs of the fear of the left was the sudden interest in the twitter Hashtags #march4life and #marchforlife by outraged leftists. To be sure in … Continue reading The Three March for life Shockers for new Viewers
At marchforlife.org/ The March for Life is a peaceful demonstration to share the truth concerning the greatest human rights violation of our time, legalized abortion on demand. There's also a security warning, March for Life 2017 – January 27, 2017 Participants should be aware that due to heightened security concerns, all will be required to … Continue reading It’s March for Life day: Locations, coverage, roundup
In a Letter to Thomas Jefferson Servant of God Pope Pius VII commended the president on the activities of Commodore Edward Preble's fleet against the Barbary pirates who had been capturing, enslaving and ransoming Christians for decades saying his fleet of warships "in forty days has done more for the cause of Christianity than the … Continue reading Echoing Pius VII on President Trump and the March for Life Update Et Tu Erick Erickson?
There's one overarching philosophy that mainstream media will rarely cover and never in a positive light: social conservatism. If an event or newsworthy occurrence is pro-life, in favor of traditional marriage, or in defiance of the LGTQ agenda, the media will find some way to hate on it while covering up or avoiding altogether any … Continue reading Will mainstream media pay attention to March for Life now that Mike Pence is speaking? No.
In part one of the piece I talked about how the Rape & Incest exception standard is the equivalent of Klingon law on earth and used the episode Sins of the fathers but as I looked closer at the transcript I noticed that the episode also addressed issues that's aren't restricted to paying for a … Continue reading Abortion as Klingon Law enforced on earth Part 2 Covering bad decisions
On this anniversary of Roe v Wade there is one aspect of the abortion debate that people do their best to shy away from, the "rape & incest" exception. Despite being statistically insignificant in terms of abortion This tends to come up any time one defends life because it plays the shock and horror card … Continue reading Abortion as Klingon Law enforced on earth Part 1 The Rape & Incest Exception
This week I invested nearly $1000 in repairing & inspecting my car only to have the timing belt go less that 24 hours after getting it back so I might perhaps be forgiven for giving the attention this years March for Life deserves as opposed to our MSM that ignores it almost completely or the GOP … Continue reading The Saddest Comment on American Protestantism I’ve Read
By Pastor George Kelly In 1979, the late Senator Edward M. “Teddy” Kennedy launched a furious, feisty, and zealous campaign to secure the Democratic Party’s nomination for President of the United States. Senator Kennedy faced great odds as he pursued the Presidency. President James Earl “Jimmy” Carter was the occupant of the Oval Office and … Continue reading And The Cause Goes On
Remember that on Thursday, May 17, my plan had been to cover the G8 Summit at Camp David, until I saw Aaron Walker’s 28,000-word epic, “How Brett Kimberlin Tried to Frame Me for a Crime” and immediately recognized his story as newsworthy. Robert Stacy McCain Connecting the Dots, Telling the story Feb 18th 2013 Indo … Continue reading San Bernardino Sun: It depends on what the word Newsworthy Means
There is all kinds of outrage from the feminist left concerning Susan Komen choosing to de-fund planned parenthood. In comments plenty of leftists are vowing to send their money to PP instead of Koren. Hey it's their money to spend but let's remind all these leftists of some simple math. 250,000 to 500,000 people attended … Continue reading Susan Komen can count
I missed this year's March for life. Lucky for you Steven D. Greydanus didn't, just keep scrolling. The Anchoress has more. I'd send you to the MSM but I'm assuming you actually want to know what happened.