This Week’s Featured Article


5 Worst Moments of 2021 for Life and Family at the United Nations.

Abortion and the LGBT agenda were a central part of the great reset from the start of the pandemic. Here are the five worst things that happened last year as the sexual left tried to build the world back “better.”

1. President Biden Becomes First U.S. President to Back Abortion as a Human Right

2. UN Member States Approve UN Agency Strategic Plans with Abortion and LGBT Agenda

3. General Assembly Unanimously Adopts Resolution with “Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity” for the First Time

4. Mexican Supreme Court Declares Constitutional Right to Abortion

5. European Union Launches All-out Attack on Poland and Hungary Because of their Pro-Life and Pro-Family Policies

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You’re Twice as Likely to Get Divorced If You Did This Before Marriage.

With marriage and divorce rates both in decline, it seems couples are biding their time before tying the knot in hopes of a better union. However, not all marriages end happily ever after and research shows that certain factors tip the scales in favor of a breakup. Read more

Differences Between a Secular and a Religious Upbringing.

Most religious kids—especially those who attend traditional Christian and Jewish schools—are raised with different values than most secular kids.

Here are some examples:

No. 1: Religious upbringing: Fight yourself. Secular upbringing: Fight society. Read more

The Indian American Dream: By Putting Family and Education First, Indian Americans Rise.

Two factors appear to play central roles in the rise of Indian Americans: education and family. No other racial group of Americans is as well educated as Indian Americans — 82% of Indian American adults ages 25-55 are college educated, compared to just 42% of whites who have a degree. Meanwhile, no other group of Americans is as likely to be married as Indian Americans — 78% of Indian Americans ages 25-55 are married compared to 58% of whites. Read more

Parenting/Parental Rights

India Has Killed 46 Million Girls in Sex-Selection Abortions, Where are the Feminists?

In India alone, experts estimate that approximately 46 million girls have been singled out for abortions specifically because they were girls in the past 50 years, the New York Post reports.

The discrimination hurts mothers, too. Frequently, mothers are forced or coerced into aborting their unborn daughters, or they are abused for refusing to do so. Read more

Nikole Hannah-Jones Executes Glorious Self-Own While Doubling Down On Idea That Parents Shouldn’t Be In Charge Of Their Kids’ Education.

“I don’t really understand this idea that parents should decide what’s being taught. I’m not a professional educator, I don’t have a degree in social studies, or science. We send our children to school because we want them to be taught by people who have expertise in the subject area, and that is not my job,” says Nikole Hannah-Jones of the 1619 Project. Read more

Riverton mom says easiest way to teach children love is through service.

There are many ways to teach your little ones about love, but Zoie Farmer believes the best and easiest of them all, is through service.

Over the years, she and her five children have worked on countless projects both big and small. The family participated in these service opportunities because they know what it’s like to be on the receiving end. Read more

Sanctity of Life

“Self-Care” that Harms and Kills: The WHO’s Push to “Demedicalize” Abortion.

In recent years, the World Health Organization (WHO) has increasingly advocated for the use of self-care in the field of “sexual and reproductive health and rights,” including for abortion. Unlike other forms of self-administered health care, which seeks to balance the ability of patients to manage their own treatments and the need for and availability of medical professionals, the WHO is explicitly using the framework of “self-care” to bypass legal restrictions on abortion and make access to it the highest priority. Read more

Pro-life candidate defeated by pro-abortion rival Gabriel Boric in Chile’s presidential election.

In his campaign, Boric, of the Apruebo Dignidad alliance, promised to incorporate a comprehensive feminist perspective, to implement such policies as “legal, free and safe abortion on demand,” and changes to the gender identity law. Read more

Media Outlet Asks For Abortion Stories, Gets Tons Of Pro-Life Responses.

Some shared stories about rape and sexual assault, describing how the woman chose to give birth instead of abort her child. People also shared stories about adoption when the mother had chosen to give her child to another family who then discussed their gratitude to her for not choosing abortion.

Another user responded: “I experienced an unplanned pregnancy at 18 and chose to have an abortion. It was a traumatic experience and I still wonder all the time who my son would be today. Stop telling women abortion is their ultimate freedom. I never felt empowered by it.” Read more


India blocks foreign donations to Mother Teresa’s Christian charity.

India’s federal government has announced it will block foreign donations to a Christian missionary group founded by Mother Teresa amid a rise in attacks on religious minorities in the country. Read more

5 important Supreme Court decisions in 2021.

Here are five notable decisions from the Supreme Court in 2021 that have to do with the First Amendment, specifically the issue of religious liberty. They include questions over foster care, a florist sued for refusing to service a same-sex wedding and a student seeking damages for being punished for preaching on campus. Read more

Persecution continues for Christians in Pakistan.

The “situation in Pakistan is, in many ways, a microcosm of the experience of Christians throughout the Islamic world,” writes Casey John Chalk in his new book. In The Persecuted: True Stories of Courageous Christians Living Their Faith in Muslim Lands (Sophia Institute Press) he gives valuable insight based on his personal experience in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Thailand. Read more


TikTok Videos About Transgenderism Dominate Platform with 26 Billion Views.

TikTok videos including the hashtag #Trans have garnered more than 26 billion views, many of the clips featuring footage captured by young people playfully documenting their transitions from one sexual identity to the other, often undergoing hormone treatments to block or halt puberty, or recovering from body-modifying surgeries to appear more like the opposite sex. Read more

France to Block Pornography Sites Unless They Comply With New Measure.

Justine Atlan, director of the child safety association e-Enfrance: “It is important to put pornography sites under pressure so they cannot continue to flout the legal framework to which they have themselves agreed. The protection of children online is in no way contradictory to individual freedoms.” Read more

Parents of UPenn swimmers demand NCAA change rules allowing Lia Thomas to keep breaking women’s records.

“At stake here is the integrity of women’s sports,” the parents reportedly wrote in the letter also forwarded to the Ivy League and university officials.

“The precedent being set – one in which women do not have a protected and equitable space to compete – is a direct threat to female athletes in every sport…” Read more