Larry Lader

Lawrence “Larry” Lader (1919-2006) was an evangelist and strategist, a lifelong atheist with the heart of a revolutionary. His talent and privilege allowed him to devote decades to his life’s passion, abortion on demand, and he lived to see it succeed beyond his expectations. A Harvard graduate and prolific author, his influence was evident in…

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catholic voters guide

By Joe Stopulos I had been asked to do a Catholic voters guide edition of the show [MAN UP on Iowa Catholic Radio/click to listen above].  I initially rejected the idea because  of the polarization of the topic and the fact that usually those conversations tend  to stay very high level and not get into…

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Fr. Edward Meeks

  Why are Supreme Court nominations so contentious these days? It didn’t used to be this way, you know. Abortion poisoned the process. Abortion has poisoned America. Abortion poisons everything. A Catholic priest, Fr. Edward Meeks, delivered a riveting homily (above) last weekend in his parish in Towson, MD. The theme pulled no punches: “Abortion…

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Iowans for LIFE responds to the Des Moines Register

By Maggie DeWitte Contrary to Danielle Burmeister’s October 2nd guest editorial, evidence does NOT suggest that abortion rates are reduced under Democratic presidents. Just the contrary. Let’s clear the air on several issues she touched upon. She points out that NBC News reports that 30% of Republicans vote on a single issue: abortion. However, abortion…

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true or false

Progressive Catholic voters are spreading info that a vote for Democrats is actually a pro-life vote. Here’s how they express their rationale: “For anyone who opposes Trump but hesitates to vote Democrat because of the abortion issue, here’s some food for thought: Neither party wants to see abortions increase. The difference is in strategy:  the…

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a gash in American history

Something happened halfway between Herbert Hoover’s presidency and Donald Trump’s that scarred our nation. To this day, it is the elephant in the voting booth. The wound manifests itself in a variety of ways, most recently on display in the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. It is again on display in the aftermath of Ruth Bader…

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paper bags and lollipops

By Amanda Ladwig When I walked up to the bulletproof glass-enclosed reception desk I gave my name. The receptionist smiled warmly back and handed me a small brown paper bag with #18 written on it in red permanent marker. As she handed me the bag she kindly stated, “you are number 18, please have a…

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sacrament of abortion

Early abortion rights activists, such as Gloria Steinem, asserted that “if men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament.” Obviously, men can’t get pregnant, and yet the sacrament of abortion is alive and well. The Democratic Party platform embraces taxpayer-funded abortions for the entire nine months of a pregnancy, even though 78% of rank and…

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letter to the president

By Maggie DeWitte Iowans for LIFE, in conjunction with the Iowa Coalition of Pro-Life Leaders, mailed the following letter to President Trump: *** July 16th, 2020 The President of the United States THE WHITE HOUSE 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear Mr. President: The Iowa Coalition of Pro-Life leaders needs your immediate assistance.…

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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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