This Week’s Featured Article


Science Says What’s Really Compassionate Is Encouraging People With Gender Dysphoria To Love Their Real Bodies.

The sad truth is that so-called transition and those who peddle it as a solution can’t deliver on their promises. According to the study, 71 percent of respondents reported that prior to transition, they “thought transitioning was my only option to feel better,” and 65 percent said they “thought transitioning would eliminate my gender dysphoria.” They later detransitioned when these beliefs were exposed as lies.

There’s a reason these trans-affirming therapies such as hormones, puberty blockers, surgeries, and fake pronouns don’t work. As Dr. Paul McHugh, the university distinguished service professor of psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, says, the notion that a person can change his or her sex is “starkly, nakedly false.”

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Marriage Protects Mental Health: Evidence During Pandemic.

2020 set the record for the year with the most negative emotions, according to Gallup. While everyone went through the same storm last year, and even though that storm rages on, not everyone experienced the trials and tribulations in the same way.

In a recently-released study published in Social Science Quarterly, we use data from the Census Household Pulse Survey and find that married individuals consistently reported better mental health—specifically, fewer days of depression, anxiety, worry, and loss of interest in life—throughout the pandemic than their unmarried counterparts. Read more

Choosing Children Over Self-Centered Ambitions.

Those who wish to be sterilized complain that society interprets their desire as evidence of psychological problems. But it’s not mental illness, really. It is simply the result of the propaganda that’s fed continually to young people—young women especially—via schools, the media, politicians, and yes, sometimes even their own parents and grandparents.

Our society has bought into the lie that self-fulfillment is the end goal. Women especially are told that they need to go to college—many, many years of college during their most fertile years—in order to have a career, and that such a career is the only way to satisfaction. Read more

The D.C. power couple out to popularize ‘Big Family’.

Bethany sees the shrinking American family as something many people are getting wrong. The CDC announced earlier this year that the U.S. hit a record low fertility rate — 1.64 babies per woman — which is under the so-called “replacement rate” of 2.1 births, the number necessary to maintain the current population. Family policy experts say that the declining fertility rate could cause economic problems for the country, both in terms of worker shortages and fewer people paying into Social Security. But there’s also a personal cost, not only in the potential for loneliness and poverty in old age but, according to Bethany, what children miss while they’re growing up. Read more

Parenting/Parental Rights

The Data Mining of America’s Kids Should Be a National Scandal.

“They are data mining and psychologically profiling our kids. The questions they are asking are absolutely inappropriate in a school setting,” says Licwinko. “Schools have sold our children’s privacy to a data analytics company that is tracking attendance, behavior, and family’s financial status.” Read more

Sorry, Washington Post, But Parents Do Have Every Right to Shape Their Kids’ Curriculum.

The authors sneer at parents for challenging “experts” like them who clearly know more about raising and educating children than any parent. Indeed, they scoff at political campaigns that tout “parental rights” and slogans that suggest “parents matter.” The writers further allude to the ignorance of parents who might have misgivings about their children being taught such things as critical race theory in schools. Read more

Cotton bill takes aim at school policies that ‘subvert parental authority’ on gender changes.

Cotton is introducing the Empower Parents to Protect Their Kids Act on Thursday to address numerous U.S. public school “policies to allow students of any age to change their name, pronouns, gender identity and even sex-based accommodations (e.g. locker rooms) without parental notice or consent,” according to a bill summary exclusively obtained by Fox NewsRead more

Sanctity of Life

Abortion pills by another name.

Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco, are launching a study this fall to gauge interest in a so-called “missed period pill.” Dr. Ushma Upadhyay, the lead researcher in the study, called the “missed period pill” an “additional choice” for women, mostly geared toward those who feel uncomfortable with the idea of abortion.

A 2020 study led by researcher Wendy Sheldon from the pro-abortion group Gynuity Health Projects showed relatively high interest in this sort of disguised abortion option. Forty-two percent of total respondents expressed interest in missed period pills, including 70 percent of women who said they wouldn’t be happy to know they were pregnant. The study noted some women were interested in the pills for “management of abortion stigma.” Read more

Rhode Island Testing Supervised Spaces For Illegal Drug Use.

Proponents say supervised injection sites can prevent overdose deaths; critics argue there’s no proof the sites reduce illegal drug use or dependency.

Rhode Island Democratic state Rep. Arthur Corvese called it “a moral oxymoron” to set rules and then create a space for people to break them, the Journal reported. Read more

Good ethics depends on good facts – but euthanasia debates are full of distortions and omissions.

Good facts are essential for good ethics and good ethics for good law. This means we must ask, what are the correct facts about euthanasia?

Euthanasia advocates often propose that euthanasia will be rarely used and only as a last resort. Let us look at some recent Canadian statistics: Read more


Muslim World League and World Jewish Congress urge UN secretary general to promote religious freedom.

During a meeting with Antonio Guterres at the UN on Tuesday, the two faith leaders urged the secretary general to promote interfaith dialogue and coexistence as a way to forge consensus on many of the world’s greatest challenges. They emphasized that religions have a unique power to unite individuals given that their common source is mercy and peace. Read more

Democrats’ Assault on Religious Liberty Began with an Innocuous-Sounding Phrase.

In 2013, President Barack Obama opened his proclamation with the statement “Foremost among the rights Americans hold sacred is the freedom to worship as we choose.” Since then, many Democrats and progressives have adopted the phrase “freedom of worship” while avoiding the phrase “free exercise of religion.” The “free exercise” wording comes from the opening line of the First Amendment: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”

It may seem trivial, but there’s a big difference between freedom of worship and the free exercise of religion. Those on the left understand the difference, and that’s why they speak of freedom of worship and avoid the words of the First Amendment. Read more

Be careful what you wish for: after Christianity come wokery and witchcraft.

The modern obsession with both witches and wokeness shows that Mr Whale’s project of ridding Britain of religion is doomed to failure. When we get rid of Christian saints and the angels we are left with the fallen angels, the bad spirits, and the alcoholic spirits that people need to dull the pain of their earthly existence. Persecution revives in the form of Twittermobs and cancellations. Read more


United States issues its 1st passport with ‘X’ gender marker.

The U.S. special diplomatic envoy for LGBTQ rights, Jessica Stern, said the decision brings the government documents in line with the “lived reality” that there is a wider spectrum of human sex characteristics than is reflected in the previous two designations. Read more

Afghanistan: Women Protest ‘Shameful’ U.N. Silence on Taliban Repression.

“The protestors said that the silence of the U.N. against the ongoing situation in Afghanistan is ‘shameful,’” Khaama reported. “The women chanted ‘rights to education, rights to work, are the fundamental rights of women’ and ‘history will be ashamed of the silence of the U.N.’” Read more

Twix Halloween Ad Features Transgender Child, Suggests Violence Against Those Who Disagree Acceptable.

“Dressing like this makes me feel good,” says the boy. The ostensible bully responds that he and his nanny “look weird.”

At that point, in a sequence that suggests violence against minors is a reasonable response to having a different point of view over transgender ideology, the nanny uses her magic power to call up a wind storm to blow the bigger boy away. The implication is that he may be gone forever.

At no point does the ad show or mention a Twix candy bar. Read more