…we’re all survivors of abortion

'35 years after Roe v. Wade and abortion is still not settled in this country. I call that a victory for pro-life activists. What's even better is that more and more young people are leading the fight. Some even identify themselves as "abortion survivors" because they were born after 1973 when the Supreme Court issued its decision.','The LA Times has this story about various youth initiatives to counter the pro-abortion culture. In addition, if you haven't read the Roe decision, here's a link. … [Read more...]

Rapid Response

'The recent protests of Pope Benedict's planned address to the Roman university La Sapienza demonstrate, yet again, what happens when you open your mind so much that your brains fall out. The protestors referenced a quote that Pope Benedict cited in a speech in 1990 The quote was from the philosopher Feyerbend, justifying the Church's actions against Galileo. Unfortunately, they didn't seem to read beyond the quote or they would have seen that he distanced himself from it. Nevertheless, they … [Read more...]

Reel Life

By Pia de Solenni The American Spectator Published 1/11/2008 12:03:02 AM More than 2,000 years ago, the Roman playwright Plautus described a scene in which two fathers are talking with each other, as neighbors would talk over the fence in a modern suburb. One father laments that his son got a girl pregnant. The second father warns him that should he react too strongly, the first father will lose not only a son, but a daughter just as he did … [Read more...]


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