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Clinton (accidentally) speaks abortion truth

Clinton (accidentally) speaks abortion truth

Earlier this month on Meet the Press, presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton committed the ultimate political gaffe: She blurted out the truth. When the topic of abortion came up, Clinton accidentally called an unborn baby a person. But unlike many political gaffes, hers got worse with context. She…

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Why I love the pope, even as a conservative

Why I love the pope, even as a conservative

I have a confession: I’m a conservative, and I love Pope Francis. In the lead-up to his visit this week, his first ever to the United States, the news media frame is simple: happy liberals, disgruntled conservatives. Catholics like myself, who identify strongly with the Republican…

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The ultrasound generation

The ultrasound generation

Thursday, hundreds of thousands took to the mall to march in protest of abortion, which stills thousands of tiny beating hearts in America daily. The crowd has become an overwhelmingly young one. So young that the site of the 2010 March for Life prompted the then-departing head…

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Choose adoption, not abortion

Choose adoption, not abortion

Next week, the yearly March for Life will take place at our nation’s capital. Hundreds of thousands of tremendously dedicated people will march, probably in horribly frigid weather, and some from very far away. The media will politely avert their gaze, as will most of the cosmopolitan…

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