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The Speech Police is After Pregnancy Centers

Few things bother pro-abortion advocates more than the idea that pro-life pregnancy centers dissent from their party line. Some new laws that have recently been enacted show how far they are willing to go. Casting aside any notion of free speech and free thought, they are now...
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Ohio Voters Face Pro-Life Referendum August 8

    Ohio pro-lifers are working to get out the “yes” vote ahead of a special referendum August 8 on requirements for amending the State Constitution. The Buckeye State is one of those states that, in the heyday of early 20th century Progressivism, adopted “initiative...
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Restoring Fathers’ Rights in the Post-Dobbs World

    June 19 is Father’s Day. It will be the first Father’s Day in nearly fifty years when states have not been constrained by Roe v. Wade (and its progeny) from protecting fathers’ rights. Few remember that the 1973 Roe decision legalizing abortion represented such a...
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Nothing in the World but a Cell

  If Pope Celestine V is familiar at all to us today, it’s because his name came up in 2013 during the resignation of Benedict XVI. As one of only a handful of popes who had previously abdicated, the erstwhile Peter of Morrone was perhaps the most hapless selection to the...
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Protecting the Weak from the Strong

    In the natural world stronger animals defeat and often eat weaker ones. In oceans and rivers, on mountains and hills, across deserts and plains, throughout the air and sky—this deadly story plays out again and again with different actors. The dead rabbit on the suburban...
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 “Abortion Care”

    Here is a short and simple exercise that could be done by anyone at just about any time: Take something written in support of abortion and strip it of euphemism. For example, here is the opening paragraph of an op-ed on cnn.com by abortionist Amna Dermish: I am an...
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