The Population Research Institute’s new video addresses a form of fertility management that is cost-free, pill-free, and free of coercion.
It was one of the most heartwarming moments of the 2013 baseball season. On April 18, after a pep-talk from his “best friend and greatest batboy,” Cincinnati Reds third baseman Todd Frazier ripped a two-run homer to center field off John Maine, extending the Reds lead to 11-1 over the Miami Marlins in the sixth: I know there’s no crying … Read More
Life TV has released a new episode of Life on Film. This time Brendan, Chelsea and Tim talk about Gattaca, which deals with genetic engineering. For more on Gattaca and how, 15 years later, the sci-fi thriller is fast becoming our reality, be sure to check out: Gattaca, Cloud Atlas and the Human Future
Although skeptical and scared at first, it didn’t take long after the birth of his daughter Paisley for Heath White to discover that the abortion he originally wanted for her would not have prevented anyone any suffering or embarrassment. Instead, it would have deprived the both of them of a beautiful and happy life together. Thank God for his wife’s … Read More
The Catholic Church might condemn same-sex ‘marriage’ and living an active homosexual lifestyle, but she does not hate or condemn people with same-sex attraction nor does she consider SSA, in and of itself, a sin or something that one can or should be “cured” of. In this video, Fr. Pontifex beautifully and succinctly puts the Church’s teaching on this matter … Read More
Conservative pundit/comedian Steven Crowder gave a great presentation at the Values Voter Summit last weekend. At around the 5 min mark Crowder, a newlywed, starts to get serious about our culture’s attitude towards the sanctity of the marriage and the marital act. However you may feel about his delivery style, he made excellent points about just how little value the … Read More
Generally speaking, I’d say that the United States is not on most people’s radar when they think of eugenics throughout history. But we have a very sordid eugenics past here in America and I think it’s important to know where we’ve been in in this regard. If you’ve ever got an hour and a half to kill, check out this … Read More
Here are a few of the thoughts/reactions to the Republican National Convention that I shared via Facebook and Twitter this week. 1. Not surprisingly, Rick Santorum did the best job of addressing the sanctity of all human life: Four and a half years ago I stood over a hospital isolette staring at the tiny hands of our newborn daughter who … Read More
Sick of 24 hr. hurricane coverage and the Republican National Convention (already)? Still having withdrawals from the ending of the 2012 summer Olympics? Well, the Paralympic Games started today. You can watch the opening ceremony and parade of nations live online right now: But, who says you can’t be just as active and athletic with a disability? Meet the 2012 … Read More
Well, this seems like a good way to ease back into blogging after taking an unannounced week off. Happy Monday, everyone!