Memorial Day

When Ronald Reagan spoke on Memorial Day, you know the words flowed from his heart. He revered those brave men and women in our armed forces who sacrificed their lives in the name of freedom. Let us revisit a few of his words as we pay homage to our fallen brothers and sisters: MAY 25TH,…

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john paul the great birthday

By Tom Quiner Three children saw something that changed the world. The year was 1917. It took place in Portugal on May 13th at 5PM. Lucia Santos and her cousins, Jacinta and Francisco Marto, were stopped in their tracks by the mystical appearance of a beautiful woman. Here’s how Lucia described the woman: She was…

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hypocritical pro-lifers

Our May 7th blogpost, “How much is a human life worth,” generated some pushback with this response: “You hit the nail on the head when you called the fetuses “unborn humans.” Until they are born, they are not humans, but potential humans. Why do you never talk about stillborns? Approximately 0.6% of all births are…

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Andrew Cuomo

In the midst of the coronavirus lockdown, New Governor Andrew Cuomo repeatedly asserts: “How much is a human life worth? That is the real discussion that no one is admitting, openly or freely. That we should. To me, I say the cost of a human life, a human life is priceless. Period.” The governor’s rhetoric…

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war on women

The poor Little Sisters of the Poor are back in court again, thanks to lawsuits filed by pro-abortion governors. It’s all a part of an ironic “war on women” campaign waged by pro-abortion politicians against pro-life women. It’s pretty amazing. The same people who sometimes say ‘they are personally against abortion, but can’t impose their…

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"transition" candidate

Today, Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. proclaimed he would be a “transition” candidate. In other words, he seems to view himself as a ‘placeholder’ for a future president with actual conviction. Iowans for LIFE is a non-partisan pro-life organization that advocates for the dignity of human life from conception to natural death. The pro-life movement is…

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The Royal Child

Christmas holds a special place in the hearts of pro-lifers. As we remain confined in our homes during this unusual, but still glorious Easter season, let us reflect on the birth, death, and rising of The Royal Child. Yes, it seems odd to reference Christmas in April while we’re still basking in the glow of…

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last words

By Tom Quiner Have you ever wondered what your last words will be? Leonardo da Vinci’s focused on what he didn’t get done: “I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have.” Actor Humphrey Bogart was flip: “I should never have switched from scotch to martinis.” Atheist…

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religious movies

By Tom Quiner Holy Week is upon us. What a perfect time to enjoy good religious movies, especially with so many of us homebound due to the coronavirus lockdown. The movies that follow aren’t all overtly religious, like “Angels With Dirty Faces.” But hidden within the drama is a profound, Christlike message. A good religious…

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born with Down Syndrome

By Karen Zainal As an aspiring special education teacher, I wanted to learn how to interact with kids with more profound developmental disabilities. I found KEEN (Kids Enjoy Exercise Now), a nonprofit that pairs volunteers with special needs participants (kids and young adults) in a time of free play. I started two weeks ago; as…

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