Bill Nye the Abortion Guy

    This week Bill Nye took to YouTube channel Big Think to make a statistical argument in favor of unrestricted abortion. His line of reasoning, comprising the first minute of the video, boils down to the idea that because a large percentage of human beings die within a week of being conceived, it is folly to value human life at any time before birth. Nye spends | Read More »

    Alice Paul and the Bad Romance of Modern Feminism

    Alice Paul Institute Happy birthday to Alice Paul, the great American born on January 11, 1885, whose courageous and groundbreaking leadership turned the tide of public opinion in support of nationwide women’s suffrage, culminating in the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. Unlike the feminists coupled to the Democratic Party today, Alice Paul refused to be wooed by empty promises from politicians. Her | Read More »

    7 Million Young Women Stuck in Obama Baby Bust

    It was supposed to be a slam-dunk. Under Obamacare, the Health and Human Services Department mandated insurance coverage of contraceptive and abortifacient drugs without allowing conscience exemptions for non-worship religious ministries or faithful secular employers. To dismiss ecclesiastical objections to the measure, Planned Parenthood and the liberal media created a narrative that 98 percent of Catholic women use artificial birth control. Despite the absurdity of | Read More »

    Catholics: The Cavalry is in the Pews, Not at the Pulpit

    + (This diary is not intended to be a sermon to the choir. Instead, I hope that you will forward the link to your awakening giant Catholic friends who are not confident about becoming active in civic affairs. –U.R.) My worldview was wrenched into recalibration recently when I watched the video of Cardinal Timothy Dolan’s March 2012 address “Lifting Up Our Voices: How Catholics Can | Read More »

    Rick Santorum’s One in a Million Shot

    But of all God’s miracles large and small, The most miraculous one of all Is that out of a worthless lump of clay, God has made a man today. from Fiddler on the Roof, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick If anyone has a grudge against Rick Santorum, it is I. Back in 2004, I was far from home, feeling secure in the knowledge that the Party | Read More »

    Disgraced Naval Commander Reveals Risks of Abortion on Military Bases

    Two weeks ago pro-abortion groups and their elected Democratic lackeys launched another offensive against pregnant military women and their precious fetuses by pushing for a Senate vote on an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to overturn legislation that prohibits non life-saving abortions at US military clinics  (h/t  Abortion advocates claim to have the best interests of women at heart, in that | Read More »

    Andrew Sullivan’s Views on Abstinence Lead to Second Palin Grandchild

    Wherein I employ the tortured logic of the left… Like a gaggle of nattering stada babas, Andrew Sullivan , , Bill Maher , Wonkette , and others have begun counting months on fingers regarding reports of a baby on the way for newlyweds Track and Britta Palin. As with previous Palin pregnancies, the usual suspects have swung into armchair gynecologist mode, using Facebook photos | Read More »

    Faith in Gettysburg

    From the Diaries by Leon.        This past October on Lincoln Square in Gettysburg, my family participated in the annual “Life Chain,” a prayerful hour of silent witness against abortion. The prayer on Lincoln Square was part of the larger national Life Chain effort on the same day, with participants in over 1500 cities (1). The reaction we received was largely positive, as passing | Read More »

    Beauty and the Bearded Marxist

    The coastal state was embroiled in hard economic times. Expensive government programs had done little to ease poverty or unemployment. Entrenched fiscal mismanagement and corruption stirred the voters’ anger. She a was right-center candidate in a party associated with Christianity. He was a professed leftist running in a left-center electorate. She couldn’t escape her personal history of superficial interviews and big hair. He advocated a | Read More »

    Joe Sestak, Three-Star Democrat, Takes the Navy’s Name in Vain

    During interviews on NBC’s Meet the Press and CBS’s Face the Nation, Democratic nominee for the Pennsylvania Senate seat and retired Navy three-star Admiral Joe Sestak evaded questions about a potentially felonious job offer from the White House, by invoking his Navy experience. MR. GREGORY: …So isn’t it in the–in the spirit of transparency, were you offered a job by the administration?  And what was | Read More »