This Week’s Featured Article


They Legalized Abortion By Complaining Women Were Doing Their Own, Now That’s What They Want Women to Do.

Pro-abortion leaders claimed they wanted abortions to be safe. Then they fought against basic health and safety regulations for abortion clinics.

They claimed to be pro-choice, but then they attempted to discredit the work of pro-life pregnancy resource centers, the abortion pill reversal treatment and basic informed consent practices.

They claimed they wanted to protect women from dangerous, self-induced abortions. But now they are openly promoting them.

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Make Men Masculine Again.

When you try to make men more like women, you don’t get less “toxic masculinity,” you get more.

Why? Because bad men don’t become good when they stop being men; they become good when they stop being bad. Aggression, violence, and unbridled ambition can’t be eliminated from the male psyche; they can only be harnessed. And when they are harnessed, they are tools for good, not for harm. Read more

Build Back Better proposal of subsidized childcare might dramatically escalate costs for families.

Under this system it comes off as if families who just barely make enough money to get into a higher income bracket are suddenly faced with a massive spike in childcare costs during this three-year period of transition. Read more

Conservative Missouri senator leads effort to stop attempt to include women in military draft.

“American women are free to serve and proud to serve, but they should not be forced to serve,” Concerned Women for America (CWA) said in a fact sheet. “Young women today should be respected for their intrinsic value and the many essential roles women embrace in all seasons of life as workers, wives, mothers, and caregivers.” Read more

Parenting/Parental Rights

To Those Who Can’t Imagine Parenting Without Alcohol.

I was a high functioning alcoholic going through the motions just getting by. My family was not getting the best version of me, and not because I didn’t love them. Of course I loved and cherished my family while I was drinking. The issue was that alcohol was making it difficult for me to show them how much I loved and cherished them. Read more

‘Social-Emotional Learning’: The Next Fight in Education.

While this three-letter acronym is less known and more euphonious than its CRT cousin, it may soon eclipse CRT as the acronym under debate in education.

At best SEL is a secularized character education devoid of virtue or any foundation on objective morality; the theory justifies emotional competence not because it’s objectively preferable but for the utilitarian, economic, academic benefits it provides. Tolerance and open-mindedness replace humility and justice. Robert Pondiscio, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, sums up SEL by saying that it changes the role of the teacher from “pedagogue” to “therapist.” At worst it’s a sly shoo-in for a politicized education couched in therapeutic terms. Read more

How can you keep your kids safe online despite the intense social pressure?

Until more regulation is put in place, parents find themselves in a familiar place: Trying to protect their kids from harm while still letting them live in an increasingly online world. With that in mind, what can the internal Facebook research tell parents about how to help their kids manage their social media use? Read more

Sanctity of Life

Russia Joins Global Pro-Life Initiative.

It was announced on Capitol Hill today that the Russian government has joined the Geneva Consensus Declaration on Women’s Health and Protection of the Family. To mark the historic pro-life agreement’s one-year anniversary Congressional pro-life leaders introduced a resolution to affirm the declaration principles. Read more

Benin and El Salvador go in opposite directions on abortion.

The parliament of the West African country of Benin (population 12 million) voted this week to legalise abortion. It was already permitted under very restricted conditions.

On the other side of the world, a committee of the El Salvador (population 6.5 million) parliament voted against reforming one of the world’s strictest laws on abortion. El Salvador is under immense international pressure to liberalise its ban on abortion from Western governments, international groups and NGOs. Read more

U.S. Makes First Contribution to UN Distributor of Abortion Supplies.

On Monday, the U.S. State Department announced an inaugural $5 million contribution to UNFPA Supplies, the flagship thematic fund of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). UNFPA Supplies uses donor contributions to purchase and distribute contraceptives and maternal health supplies, which includes abortion-inducing drugs and devices. Read more


Supreme Court Grants a Win to NY Nuns Who Were Being Forced to Support Abortion.

The U.S. Supreme Court has made a move in favor of religious liberty. On Monday, the high court ordered a rehearing of a case in which nuns were being forced to violate their pro-life beliefs by New York’s controversial abortion mandate. Read more

UK Govt pledges not to ban prayer in ‘conversion therapy’ ban.

Prayer will not be outlawed under a ban on so-called conversion therapy, the Government has announced, but the Christian Institute is warning that “the devil will be in the detail”. Read more

‘Nanny State’: Nonprofit Sues Virginia AG for Telling Parents They Can’t Seek Christian Babysitters.

A Virginia nonprofit dedicated to protecting parental rights has filed a lawsuit against Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, challenging a new Virginia statute that does not allow parents to consider religion when hiring a babysitter. Read more


UN Expert Calls for Countries to Embrace Radical Gender Theory.

Victor Madrigal-Borloz, the United Nation’s independent expert on sexual orientation and gender identity, delivered his latest report to the U.N. General Assembly last week that should set off alarm bells around the world.

The report concludes that the world must choose between a path of “exclusionary narratives” advanced by “ultraconservative political leaders and religious groups” that perpetuate violence and discrimination, or a path of inclusivity guided by “gender theory” and human rights. Read more

Trans ideology threatens to erode the very concept of women.

Miriam Cates MP, writing in The Telegraph, argues that the denial of biological sex actually poses a serious risk to women’s rights and women’s safety.

In her column, Cates speaks out against the “intolerant agenda” of activists, not only as a parliamentarian and a woman, but also as a genetics graduate and former biology teacher. Read more

“Hit That”: Do Both Pop Culture And Porn Culture Normalize The Abuse Of Women?

I noticed recently that the range of ways men sing, rap and talk about having sex with women in pop culture has become inherently violent. They aren’t talking about “getting jiggy” or “having fun” or “doing the deed”—I mean, they are not even calling it sex anymore. Not only that, but they are not even naming or identifying the woman anymore. Read more