Varia — January 11, 2017

1. An overview of the issues ahead in Albany, including the possible resurrection of the abortion expansion bill:

2. New poll sponsored by the K of C shows that 89% of Americans see protecting religious liberty as a priority:

3. An obscure case about mandatory swimming lessons demonstrates the routine threats to religious liberty in Europe:

4. A bizarre and tragic case of attempted self-abortion, where the baby survived: What’s saddest to me is that this poor woman lived within a short drive of several crisis pregnancy centers.

5. Alan Sears, a great man, steps aside from CEO into a new role at Alliance Defending Freedom:

6. The Holy Father’s prayer intention video for January, Christian unity:

Varia — January 11, 2017

Varia — January 10, 2017

1. Further proof that “male and female he made them”, as illustrated by the futility of “gender-neutral” parenting:

2. A documentary has been produced focusing on the experiences of persecuted Christians. Story: Documentary:

3. More good things happening in the states:

4. Det. Steven McDonald has passed into eternal life, a great hero of forgiveness:

5. Nat Hentoff, civil libertarian, jazz historian, free speech advocate, and pro-life leader, has also left us. A tribute from the Human Life Review:

Varia — January 10, 2017

Varia — January 6, 2017

1. The House GOP will include defunding the Temple of Moloch in its bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act:

2. The opioid epidemic is destroying lives and families across the nation:

3. Yet another powerful debunking of the junk philosophy, science and reasoning behind the mass delusion of gender ideology:

4. A woman who thinks she’s a man is suing a Catholic hospital for refusing to perform a hysterectomy on her:

5. Our Christian brethren, living in fear in Turkey:

Varia — January 6, 2017

Varia — January 5, 2017

1. Christians returning to their homes in northern Iraq find devastation, and betrayal by their neighbors:

2. Some of the findings of the House panel that recommended prosecution of the Temple of Moloch: And the panel calls for an end to funding:

3. National Geographic is now in the business of indoctrination on gender ideology:

4. Probably the saddest thing I’ve read in months – people who deliberately mutilate themselves because they feel they are trapped in a normal body:

5. In a narcissistic world, why not marry yourself? (NB — I refuse to link to Cosmo, the source of the original article)

Varia — January 5, 2017

Varia — January 4, 2017

1. My thoughts on the prospects for pro-life judges:

2. I wouldn’t recommend this approach, but whatever it takes:

3. In this profile of women GOP legislators in NY, an important quote about the Abortion Expansion Bill:

4. Survey of the religious composition of the new Congress shows an increased number of Catholics:

5. Interesting story on palliative care in California: No mention of assisted suicide, but any positive presentation of palliative care is a good thing.

6. Geez, are people really this credulous?

Varia — January 4, 2017

Varia — December 22, 2016

1. The Cult of Moloch is gearing up for a major battle to expand abortion in New York:

2. The President signs a major new bill on international religious liberty: Maybe the new guy can do something about it.

3. Prof. Michael New dissects the latest tendentious study of abortion being touted by the media:

4. Fascinating look at the malign legacy of state involuntary eugenic sterilization programs:

5. A victory for religious freedom in Illinois:

6. The Holy Father sets out his agenda for Curia reform: Cue the conspiracy theorists on all sides of the spectrum.

7. And a Blessed Nativity to all!

Varia — December 22, 2016

Varia — December 16, 2016

1. Adherents of the Cult of Thanatos in Canada are already trying to expand assisted suicide, as predicted: It cannot be contained, and they don’t want it to be contained.

2. Another one of our Black-Robed Platonic Guardian Rulers on the Court has decided that it can determine the extent of a person’s religious faith and morality:

3. Beware, the Brave New World of artificial wombs is getting closer:

4. Congress passes an important bill to strengthen our international religious liberty efforts:

5. This is the one Christmas video that you absolutely positively must see: Keep your hankies handy.

6. Happy Birthday tomorrow, Pope Francis!

Varia — December 16, 2016