Tag Archive: abortion

I’ll take FAULTY ARGUMENTS for $200, Alex

If “I’m not ready to have a child” is a good enough reason for abortion, it’s also a good enough reason for infanticide. It’s a good enough reason to smother the child when… Continue reading

Dumpster children and mandatory marriage

With the prospect of Roe v. Wade finally being overturned, some are floating the “radical” proposal that men who impregnate women should be held financially responsible for the child they helped create. Maybe… Continue reading

So much angst about letting babies live 

Just some quick bullet point reminders as the pro-aborts lose their minds over losing Roe v. Wade: The court does not decide cases based on popularity. A child’s body is within but not… Continue reading

#1 Where’s the line? What’s the linchpin?

Today I conclude my top ten posts series commemorating my ten year blogging anniversary. I thank God for the opportunity to serve him this way and pray he continues to give me insight… Continue reading

The lie of repro rights

Your reproductive rights end where the life of the being you helped produce begins. Your right to reproduce or not to reproduce is yours only logically prior to the moment reproduction has occurred.… Continue reading

The only “reproductive” choice

Pre-born babies in Texas are being saved from the predations of abortionists, and pearl-clutching pro-aborts are panicking. Now that Texas women’s choice to either protect and bear OR kill the child they helped… Continue reading

Who’s on the side of science now?

The tide is turning, and we need to be ready to ride the wave.  Just like surfers need balance, wisdom, and vision, so do we believers in God need the same if we… Continue reading

The house progressives built

As anyone with what is increasingly UNcommon sense knows, morality in America has been turned upside down and backwards. Sexual promiscuity and perversion are celebrated but expecting people to follow God’s standards for… Continue reading

A coming wave of courage?

Conservatives like me have had reason to be hopeful lately because of the courage of some liberals. Because they told the truth when it was difficult. I’ve been praying hard for lies to… Continue reading

Who’s the boss?

I will just take the opportunity to remind all of you that he is a devout Catholic and somebody who attends church regularly. He started his day attending church with his family this… Continue reading

Like the rest of mankind

Us versus them. We’re right; you’re wrong. They’re bad; we’re good. We’re all about reason; you’re mentally insane. There are a lot of lines being drawn these days, lines meant to distinguish the… Continue reading

The blind men and the elephant in the room

I’m mating elephants with this post. I’ve led the elephant from the famous parable to the metaphorical elephant in the room with the goal of conceiving a better understanding of something very important.… Continue reading

T minus nine months

My sixth grandchild is expected to make her exit from the womb within a few weeks, right around election day. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, and almost every other Democrat, believe my daughter-in-law… Continue reading

Probably all I’ll ever say about immigration

That’s what I thought when I wrote this a few years ago. I was mistaken, because I’m going to say a little more when I imagine how President Jesus might handle the immigration… Continue reading

President Jesus…Pro-life or Pro-choice?

Christian Right…Christian Left…Christian Somewhere in the Middle. Which political party comes closest to reflecting the teachings of Jesus? Hmmm…let’s just say there’s a slight difference of opinion on this. I’m examining this question… Continue reading