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The Low Cost of (Some) Labor in Michigan

    Democrats hype themselves as friends of workers and of labor.  But there’s one case—in Michigan of all places!—where they seem ready to favor labor at below minimum-wage rules. In fact, they have no labor rules at all. I’m talking about the labor connected with...
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Biden Administration Looks To Strip Money From Pro-life Pregnancy Centers

  President Joe Biden’s administration wants to make it harder for life-saving pregnancy resource centers to obtain taxpayer dollars. It is part of a broader attack by the Democratic Party on the nonprofit groups that help families choose life and provide them with the...
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Who’s Minding the Store?

  The current Supreme Court is pilloried for being Right Wing simply because a majority of justices are originalists who believe the Constitution should be interpreted strictly according to how it would have been understood by the framers. Labeling such a proclivity as Right...
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A Reason to Give Thanks

  Looking for something to feel thankful for in this traditional season of joy? The whole world seems to be abrew with grievance, vengeance, and crazy racial baiting; the “never again” regarding our Jewish brothers and sisters has been cast aside along with the “Hate Has No...
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Christmas Sedition

    Christmas incites observers to contemplate the overthrow of the worldly order on behalf of the oppressed. The pro-life movement, in order to protect the unborn, sustains the seditious nature of Christmas and enlivens Christmas hope. Casting down the Mighty Sometime...
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The Christ Child in Carols—and in Us

    The traditional Nine Lessons and Carols opens with the carol “Once in Royal David’s City.” The words were written by Cecil Frances Alexander in 1848; they first appeared in the U.S. in Cantica Sacra, Hymns for the Children of the Catholic Church, in 1865. In the lessons...
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What I Saw at the Abortion: The doctor observed, the man saw.

I am a surgeon. Particularities of sick flesh is everyday news. Escaping blood, all...
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The Business of Family Planning

  The global contraceptives market was estimated to be $22 billion in 2016  and...
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What the Abortion Argument Is About

Malcolm Muggeridge was one of Britain’s best-known authors, a prolific writer...
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President Obama and “Black Genocide”

Barack Obama has made history in two unprecedentedly dramatic ways: He is the first...
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