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Virginia Democrats Propose Abortion-On-Demand Amendment

  Virginia lawmakers have introduced radical legislation on abortion. Next month, members of the General Assembly are set to consider the establishment of a “fundamental right to reproductive freedom” in the state constitution. Contributor to Human Life Review John...
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Arkansas Attorney General Rejects ‘Misleading’ Abortion Ballot Proposal

    The attorney general of Arkansas rejected a “misleading” 2024 election ballot proposal that could practically eliminate pro-life protections. Attorney General Tim Griffin asked activist Steve Nichols to “redesign” his proposed constitutional amendment because of...
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Requiem for Two Hypocrisies

  “Never again,” the world long repeated. The immolation of Jewry in the Shoah shall never again darken the name of humanity, we proclaimed . . . for decades. The word “genocide” was coined after the Holocaust to name the attempt to eradicate an entire group of human beings....
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Handicapping Confidential

  When I was a little boy in Rochester, my Uncle Vin would often relieve my young stressed-out mother and take me with him on the 25-mile drive to pick up Aunt Florrie, his wife, from her job at the Finger Lakes Racetrack. Before I could read, this guy was showing me how to...
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The Style of Saints

    In just two weeks, on the first day of November, the Christian world will celebrate All Saints Day. The celebration of All Saints dates from the 7th century in Rome, when the pope changed the Pantheon from a pagan temple dedicated to all the pagan gods, into a...
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Flee to the Cross

  The little girl broke free from her parents and made a beeline for the foot of the Cross. She couldn’t have been more than four years old, but she clearly knew where she wanted to be. Standing in the chamber in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, while the Greek...
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