Five Worst Moments at the UN 2022.

Each year, C-Fam lists the five worst moments at the UN in the previous 12 months. It was a pretty bad year. The U.S. under Joe Biden, and the European Union worked in concert on all of these. The unborn child and the family took the brunt of their synchronized firepower. Read more

Ayaan Hirsi Ali says 2022 is ‘the year the West erased women’.

After praising women in theocratic regimes like Iran for “demanding their emancipation,” Ali lamented the situation playing out in a “Western nation where the word ‘woman’ itself no longer has any meaning, its definition rewritten to include ‘an adult who lives and identifies as female though they may have been said to have a different sex at birth.'”

“This is the paradox of the past 12 months: the existence of women is being questioned in the very place where female emancipation has come furthest, while in places where women remain shackled to medieval notions of honor and chastity, true feminism is at its strongest,” she wrote. Read more

An Unholy Invasion – Chatbots Are Colonizing Our Minds.

E-learning institutions regularly deploy AI teachers. Chatbot companions are seducing lonesome souls by the millions, including religious chatbots who function as spiritual guides. At the end of the road, various start-ups are developing cyber-shrines where families can commune with their departed loved ones and find comfort in the digital undead.

In the minds of tech enthusiasts, AI chatbots of all sorts will be our soulless companions on the trek toward the Future™. Read more

Parenting/Parental Rights

If Your Kids Are Unhappy, Take Them To Church.

The “nones” seem to prefer a parenting style that says: “We’re fine without church and worship and religious instruction and institutions, thank you very much.” But they are not fine. Their children are not coping and managing the day-to-day stresses and inconveniences thrown at them. They are fragile and increasingly so. Read more

It’s time to check your kid’s toys for grooming materials.

They keep saying no one is grooming your kids but here we are once again. Multiple toy companies have gone full groomer.

With the recent news that American Girl Doll books are encouraging your daughters to transition we’ve been getting a lot of submissions regarding toys. So, just in time for the biggest toy holiday of the year, we decided to take you for a walk down memory lane of how they are grooming kids via toys. Read more

CDC Urges Teachers, Administrators, School Nurses to Adopt LGBT Curriculum, Endorse Transgender Identity.

“School administrators: Our LGBTQ inclusivity self-assessment tool can help you quickly gauge inclusivity at your school,” the CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health posted on Twitter on Tuesday. “See your score today and learn ways to increase inclusivity.”

The tool includes four assessments, one each for all users, administrators, educators, and school health services staff. The tool includes three scores: “Commit to Change,” “Beginning to Break Through,” and “Awesome Ally.” Read more

Sanctity of Life

Abortion Was the Leading Cause of Death Worldwide in 2022, Killing 44 Million People.

Statistics compiled by Worldometers indicate that there were over 44 million abortions world-wide in 2022. The independent site collects data from governments and other organizations and then reports the data, along with estimates and projections, based on those numbers.

Abortion is also the leading cause of death in the United States.

“In the USA, where nearly 30% of pregnancies are unintended and 40% of these are terminated by abortion, there are between 1,500 to 2,500 abortions per day. Nearly 20% of all pregnancies in the USA (excluding miscarriages) end in abortion. Guttmacher Institute reports 930,160 abortions performed in 2020 in the United States, with a rate of 14.4 per 1,000 women,” Worldometers reports. Read more

Universal Health Care Ends With The Government Telling You To Kill Yourself.

Amid global outrage over the video and the policy, the Canadian government has announced it will delay the program’s expansion, but the battle is far from over, as the underlying issues driving the policy remain unchanged. Having produced a fantasy health care system that ultimately deprives Canadians of basic physical and mental health services, the Canadian left now offers medically assisted suicide as the compassionate and fiscally responsible solution to their failure. Read more

FDA Moves to Turn Local Pharmacies Into Abortion Clinics.

The Biden administration on Tuesday formalized a process to allow retail pharmacies to join the abortion-pill business.

The policy change—originally announced more than a year ago—is the latest example of President Joe Biden doing the bidding of the abortion industry at the expense of women’s health and safety.

Here’s what you need to know about the Food and Drug Administration’s latest move and what it means: Read more


Anti-Christian Riots Surge Across 20 Villages in India.

Christian persecution continues to climb in India as radical Hindu nationalists attack believers for refusing to re-convert to Hinduism, a persecution watchdog reports.

Hindu nationalists used bamboo sticks to attack believers, looted their homes, and destroyed three churches. Read more

Bulgarian evangelical pastors win discrimination case.

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled against the government of Bulgaria for violating the right to religious freedom of evangelical Christians in the country.

In 2008, the City Council of Burgas, Bulgaria, warned all school administrators in the city that evangelicals were “carrying out a massive campaign of agitation, tricking new members, and disuniting the Bulgarian nation”. Read more

When Thinking a Prayer Became a Crime.

“Whilst in the police station, Vaughan-Spruce was shown pictures of herself outside the abortion facility. She said she could not recall from the pictures whether she was praying at these specific moments, or whether these had been taken at times that she was distracted and thought about other things, such as her lunch. She maintains that all her thoughts were equally peaceful and imperceptible and that none should be criminalised.”

In response to this outrageous arrest and interrogation, Jeremiah Igunnubole, Legal Counsel for ADF UK, stated that, “Isabel’s experience should be deeply concerning to all those who believe that our hard-fought fundamental rights are worth protecting. It is truly astonishing that the law has granted local authorities such wide and unaccountable discretion, that now even thoughts deemed ‘wrong’ can lead to a humiliating arrest and a criminal charge.” Read more


California’s transgender ‘sanctuary’ law takes effect for kids seeking chemical, genital mutilation.

The beginning of the New Year means that a series of radical bills passed by California legislators will now go into effect.

The Golden State is now considered a “sanctuary” for gender-confused teens who want to run away from their parents or are being encouraged by only one parent to chemically and surgically mutilate their bodies. Read more

Hospital Surgery Dept. ‘Proud’ to Announce App Targeting Children for Gender Transitions.

A publicly funded university hospital’s department of surgery publicly boasted Saturday about expanding gender transition surgeries, which will likely target children. The OHSU (Oregon Health & Science University) Department of Surgery tweeted its annual newsletter for 2022, “On the Cutting Edge,” to its Twitter account, noting, “we have every reason to be incredibly proud of the work we’ve accomplished in 2022.” Among the accomplishments they included were “expansion of gender affirming care services” and a “pilot study” app “designed to reduce anxiety in children undergoing procedures.” Read more

School district can bar trans students from using opposite-sex bathrooms, 11th Circuit rules.

The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled, in a 7-4 decision, last Friday that the St. Johns County School Board’s bathroom policy did not discriminate against trans-identified students or violate federal civil rights law.

“The school board’s bathroom policy is clearly related to — indeed, is almost a mirror of — its objective of protecting the privacy interests of students to use the bathroom away from the opposite sex and to shield their bodies from the opposite sex in the bathroom, which, like a locker room or shower facility, is one of the spaces in a school where such bodily exposure is most likely to occur,” Judge Barbara Lagoa, a Trump appointee, wrote for the majority. Read more