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Planned Parenthood should be worried

“We are the pro-life generation.” This is what most of the signs read outside of the Aug. 22  protest, one of more then 300 held that weekend, at the construction site of a Planned Parenthood clinic in a rundown neighborhood in Northeast Washington, D.C. Indeed,…

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On abortion Colorado is the wild, wild west

When it comes to abortion, Colorado is still very much the wild, wild West. As videos recently released by the Center for Medical Progress make clear, the higher ups in the all-powerful Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains (PPRM), one of Planned Parenthood’s wealthiest affiliates,…

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Human trafficking bill too important to be stalled

It’s no secret that the Democratic Party is beholden to Planned Parenthood and the abortion lobby. But the recent efforts of some Democratic legislators to block a bill that would provide financial restitution to victims of human trafficking over abortion funding has ushered in an…

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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…

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The Pope Francis Conspiracy

Among the wealth of books published about Pope Francis, Catholics are still looking for the ultimate biography. So far, most — if not all — have fallen short. You could say “the ultimate” biography will only be written when his pontificate is completed. But a…

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Foust’s Smear of Comstock, and Motherhood, Was Ignored

Arguably the most underreported incident of the 2014 midterm races thus far was John Foust’s sexist smear of his fellow congressional candidate in Virginia’s 10th District, Barbara Comstock. Back in August, Foust said of his Republican opponent, “I don’t think she’s even had a real…

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Reform of LCWR hardly a ‘nunquisition’

The Vatican investigation of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious is not a ‘nunquisition,’ as one Time magazine writer has said, but an effort to renew the Church, according to a senior fellow with The Catholic Association. “Is there a great ‘Nunquisition’? No, there’s not,”…

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Obama Accused of ‘Callous Disregard for Religious Liberty’

President Barack Obama’s nomination of Rabbi David Nathan Saperstein — director of Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism and a Georgetown University professor — to serve as ambassador at large for international religious freedom at the U.S. State Department has brought with it some harsh critique….

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What’s the difference between CVS and Hobby Lobby?

As David Green heads to the Supreme Court toda to defend the way he runs his company, consider the parallel story of another corporate executive. These CEOs both made hard moral decisions for their companies. But they have been met with radically different outcomes. Larry…

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UN report shows reform efforts in Church, observers say

A U.N. anti-torture committee’s report on the Holy See recognized Church efforts to combat sex abuse, but some problems in the committee’s approach risk undermining international treaty agreements, observers said. “It is encouraging to see the Committee Against Torture affirm and praise the important reforms…

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