One woman’s change of heart – a story to share

Jennifer Fulwiler wrote this candid account of her gradual shift from being pro-choice to being pro-life, published in National Catholic Register and reposted on LifeSiteNews.com. I share it here because her journey is not altogether conventional, and she describes it in a tone that doesn’t sound like it went through a ghostwriter or heavy-handed editor. Glean what you can,… Read More One woman’s change of heart – a story to share

Two “exceptions,” including a New Hampshire neighbor

Through fate or coincidence or just one of God’s little nudges, I encountered two women last week who have good reason to take it personally when someone claims to be pro-life “except in cases of rape or incest.” One of them has a documented history of taking on “exceptions” candidates, and in the case of… Read More Two “exceptions,” including a New Hampshire neighbor

On donating to parties, the 80% rule, and biting the hand that fed me

Belknap County Conservative Republicans have gotten together. They are not to be confused with the Belknap County Republican Committee, which is the county’s official Republican organization. The Laconia Daily Sun published a helpful article about a week ago to help everyone figure out who’s who. Brief digression: An earlier Sun article was somewhat less helpful, leading off… Read More On donating to parties, the 80% rule, and biting the hand that fed me