Arrival at Pro-Life Women’s Conference 2018

Months of planning and watching the pennies have brought me here to St. Louis, or rather St. Charles, Missouri. The third annual Pro-Life Women’s Conference is a few hours away. From the conference web site: This is a three day event by women and for women to proclaim that women’s empowerment cannot be attained by the… Read More Arrival at Pro-Life Women’s Conference 2018

“Do not accept anything as the truth if it lacks love…”

h/t to the U.S. Council of Catholic Bishops, Office of Religious Liberty for this meme with its quote from Edith Stein, AKA St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross. Something to think about, whatever the aspect of pro-life ministry in which we might engage. “Do not accept anything as the truth if it lacks love. And… Read More “Do not accept anything as the truth if it lacks love…”

Abortion, the 1st Amendment, and Your Money: Fresh News, Same Old Story

The Trump Administration has announced a proposed rule that would prevent federal Title X family planning money from going to abortion providers. That’s “proposed.” It’s a long road from announcement to implementation. Pro-lifers are cheering as though it’s a done deal, and abortion providers are screaming as only people who’ve been hit in the wallet… Read More Abortion, the 1st Amendment, and Your Money: Fresh News, Same Old Story

Cecile’s Legacy

Originally posted at DaTechGuy blog, 5/2/18. The Twitterverse murmured #ThankYouCecile the other day to mark the end of Cecile Richards’s tenure leading the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Hats off to the Babylon Bee for skewering that bit of social media hashtagging: “Woman Celebrated for Killing 3.5 Million People.” That satirical bull’s eye came just a few… Read More Cecile’s Legacy

Tracking N.H. General Court’s 2018 Votes and Preparing for Next Election

As April draws to a close, most of 2018’s life-issue bills in Concord have been settled one way or another. Below, you’ll find links to the votes so you can see how each of your state representatives voted. Accountability isn’t the only reason to keep an eye on voting records. The filing period for next… Read More Tracking N.H. General Court’s 2018 Votes and Preparing for Next Election

EMILY’s List makes its Choice for N.H. Governor: Molly Kelly

Fresh off a victory by its preferred candidate in the Manchester mayoral election, EMILY’s List has announced that it is throwing its endorsement and cash into the New Hampshire governor’s race in support of Molly Kelly. Kelly is a Democrat and a former state senator from Keene (district 10). I was in the Senate gallery… Read More EMILY’s List makes its Choice for N.H. Governor: Molly Kelly