A NEW CANCER STUDY – AND THE MEDIA CAN’T HANDLE THE TRUTH

| August 30, 2014

On August 1, a cancer study, published in The Journal of Cancer Research and conducted by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, stated that there is evidence that the link between oral contraceptives and breast cancer may in fact be greater than previous studies had indicated. Since the study was first published, there has been a flurry of […]

How Serious Are Birth Control Pill Side Effects?

| August 20, 2014

Birth control is a pretty touchy subject nowadays and most people avoid talking about the issue altogether. Unfortunately, whenever the topic is brought up on a statewide or national level, it usually centers on women’s rights and religious persuasion. Although both of these topics are significant and valid, the focus has completely shifted away from whether […]

Why Hobby Lobby is not about women’s health

| July 8, 2014

The Supreme Court voted 5-4 early this week that the closely-held private companies Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties are not required to provide certain forms of contraception to their employees—specifically, those that the companies’ owners believe act as abortifacients. The White House—and media sources—immediately responded to the Court’s ruling by decrying that it “jeopardizes” […]

Ask RC: Why is it acceptable for the church to change historical doctrines such as condoning birth control?

| February 12, 2014

Because the church can err. The church is the Bride of Christ. He has promised to be with us. He sent His Spirit to guide us, gave His perfect Word to direct us. He is about the business of removing from us every blot and blemish. But that must needs remind us that we have […]

Hormonal contraceptives nearly double stroke risk in women: American Heart Association

| February 11, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 7, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – February 7 is “National Wear Red Day,” sponsored by the American Heart Association (AHA) to draw attention to the risk of heart disease and stroke in women.  On Thursday, the organization released new stroke prevention guidelinesspecifically for women, reminding them that hormonal contraceptives like birth control pills increase their […]

Planned Parenthood wants preschoolers to know mechanics of sexual intercourse

| November 13, 2013

November 6, 2013 (STOPP) – Planned Parenthood Federation of America has just announced a new insidious Internet presence referred to as “mobile interactive tools to help teens make healthy decisions.” STOPP’s national director, Rita Diller, joined ALL’s Jim Sedlak on his Radio Maria “Armed for Battle” broadcast November 1 to warn about what lurks within the many […]

How feminism undermined itself, gave way to the hook-up culture

| November 5, 2013

It happened again. A guy told me he just didn’t know what women expected from him anymore. He was almost paralyzed by fear, wondering if he should do something that he thought would be gentlemanly but which he feared might actually offend the fairer sex. Oh, we women have so much to answer for. Feminists […]

Time To Admit It: The Church Has Always Been Right On Birth Control

| October 20, 2013

The Church teaches that love, marriage, sex, and procreation are all things that belong together. That’s it. But it’s pretty important. And though the Church has been teaching this for 2,000 years, it’s probably never been as salient as today. Today’s injunctions against birth control were re-affirmed in a 1968 document by Pope Paul VI called Humanae […]

Two Feet From Murder

| May 17, 2013

From Generations with Vision with Kevin Swanson and Dave Buehner. “Americans are inconsistent. It’s just an inconsistency that’s betraying itself right now and I think we need to press the inconsistency. This is one important way in which the Christian gospel reaches people, when we press inconsistencies. We point out to them that they are […]

Why I Lost Faith in the Pro-Choice Movement

| April 22, 2013

An excellent article explaining how the architects of our death culture have written the rules women are safe to play by, obfuscating terrible, murderous lies. I believe that most people who are pro-choice hold that viewpoint because they want to help women. I was pro-choice out of loving concern for my sisters all over the […]

America’s Baby Bust

| February 5, 2013

From the Wall Street Journal: For more than three decades, Chinese women have been subjected to their country’s brutal one-child policy. Those who try to have more children have been subjected to fines and forced abortions. Their houses have been razed and their husbands fired from their jobs. As a result, Chinese women have a […]

The Need to Breed

| January 9, 2013

Here is a great post from Get Along Home that bluntly states an obvious truth that our short sighted, “me centered” modern society seems to be oblivious to: We don’t seem to understand (and by “we”, I mean “not me”) that children are a literal investment. You have to put in the work to get […]

Should Churches Push Contraception?

| May 6, 2012

From Boundless.org: Young evangelical leaders at the recent Q conference in DC were asked, as part of a panel on reducing abortions, this question:  ”Do you believe that churches should advocate contraception for their single 20-somethings?” The “yes” crowd was 66 percent large. Only 34 percent said no. Wow! What does one make of this? What’s remarkable […]

Yet more reasons for China to change course

| May 2, 2012

From Mercatornet’s Demography is Destiny blog: I thought today that I would follow up Shannon’s blogpost from last week about China’s demographic decline.  This piece from the Economist shows that the inexorable rise of the Dragon will be hindered by its demographic Achilles heel.  According to the UN medium variant population projection, China’s population will […]

Paul Ehrlich – he’s still got it!

| April 28, 2012

Hard to believe this guy is still making “predictions” and claiming he has been accurate in the past when all of his dire prophecies about worldwide starvation failed to come true: What do you know about Paul Ehrlich? If you’re anything like me, probably not a lot more than the following: in 1968 he published […]