The More Things Change…

Laura Strietmann, Contributor, originally published June 14, 2024, Messenger Jubilation filled the hearts of pro-lifers two years ago in the month that the Catholic Church dedicates to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. On June 24, 2022 a 50-year goal of the movement was reached when the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, the…

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The Way Forward for Pro-Lifers

By Nathanael Blake, originally published June 12, 2024, The Public Discourse The law is a teacher, and so is social experience. A society in which abortion is not only legal, but common and easily available, teaches people to regard it as not a big deal. In contrast, restricting abortion sends the message that it is, at…

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If We Want to End Abortion, We Need Stronger Fathers

By Jeff Bradford for TOWNHALL I say “loved” because he passed away a few years ago. My family still gathers on Father’s Day to cook a big meal for each other, just like my dad did for us. He made us feel loved, known and led like nobody else could have. But like every dad, he was imperfect. I…

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Happy Father’s Day!

By ALEXANDRA DESANCTIS, Originally Published by National Review Society should recognize that both parents have duties to their unborn children. When you hear the phrase “women’s rights,” what comes to mind? In the U.S., at least, many of us likely think not of the right to vote or the right to seek an education — rights that…

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BREAKING: Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Abortion Drug Mifepristone

June 13, 2024-It is a sad day for women and babies in America as the dangerous chemical abortion regime will remain legal through 10 weeks gestation after the Supreme Court’s decision in the FDA v. AHM court case. The ruling was based on standing and not merit, which will allow other future cases on chemical abortion to come…

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What’s Stopping Liberals From Having Kids

The Success Narratives of Liberal Life Leave Little Room for Having Children By: Anastasia Berg and Rachel Wiseman, originally published June 10, 2024, The New York Times/Opinion For young, secular, politically progressive men and women, having children has become something of an afterthought. Liberal conventional wisdom encourages people to spend their 20s on journeys of…

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An Influential Anti-Abortion Think Tank Says Science Is On Its Side

Meet the anti-abortion group using white coats and research to advance its cause The Charlotte Lozier Institute wants to arm the anti-abortion movement with science, but critics say its research is flawed. By: Bracey Harris, originally published June 7, 2024, NBC News On a winter day less than two years after the fall of Roe…

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The Abortion Industry Owes Its Success To The Proliferation Of Feminism

By: Carrie Gress, originally published June 4, 2024, The Federalist If we are serious about helping women and protecting the vulnerable, we must stop believing the lie that feminism has been good for women. Since the triumphant end of Roe v. Wade two years ago this June, pro-lifers have suffered loss after political loss. Capitalizing on this…

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Of Beetles and Babies: The Possible Futures for Standing after FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine

By: Erik Baptist, originally published June 6, 2024, The Federalist Society The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to issue a decision in FDA v. Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine. The Court’s decision could have a significant impact on lawsuits that challenge federal agency actions on a broad range of subjects—from energy development projects to pesticide approvals. In…

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The Cultural Roots of Our Demographic Ennui

By: Patrick T. Brown, originally published June 5, 2024, Public Discourse To get us out of the self-consuming ouroboros of frantically chasing experiences rather than investing in home and relationships will require a greater attention to virtues of thrift, local commitment, and a lower bar for what “living comfortably” looks like. Choosing to do hard…

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