The “Francis Effect” was a phrase created by the liberal media to denote how Pope Francis’ apparent changes to Church doctrine, especially on the hot-button issues of abortion and homosexual behaviour, would reinvigorate interest in the Church and put an end to declining Mass attendance. 545 more words
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Abortion is in many ways the most divisive issue in American politics, even among those who identify themselves as belonging to one of the two main sides of the issue, the divisions are often as divisive and rancorous as they are between the two main rival positions. 189 more words
Americans like to think of our country as a land of opportunity where every man, woman and child has a shot at success. With hard work and dedication, anyone can make it. 887 more words
Heck, restaurants get surprise health inspections. And they’re way less likely to kill you.
The countdown is on to the legislative session’s final day and lawmakers are lurching to another jam-packed ending. The calendar on Tuesday, though, is light as ever. 132 more words
There’s a national holiday during Women’s History Month that celebrates abortionists, their enablers, and their minions. March 10th was declared National Abortion Provider Appreciation Day in 1996 to give thanks and adulation to those who carry out the genocide of unsuspecting unborn human beings. 968 more words