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Equal Rights Amendment (Once Again) Fails to Pass

Catholic lawyer and pro-life champion, Phyllis Schlafly in 1978 who led the charge to defeat the ERA.

A century-old amendment that would have added the right to abortion into the Constitution under the guise of securing “equal rights for men and women” has once again failed to pass in the Senate.

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Star Wars or Heaven’s Plan?

Today is National Star Wars Day and many of the film’s fans will be offering the movie’s famous greeting, “May the force be with you,” or its pun for the day, “May the fourth be with you.” Judging by world conditions and the strife that abounds both at home and abroad, we could use some force and power to bring relief, order, and justice to our beleaguered globe.

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Teen Girls Experiencing Record Levels of Depression

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found that 57% of teen girls felt persistently sad or hopeless in 2021—double that of boys and nearly 60% more than the highest level reported over the past decade. What role is social media playing in this disturbing decline?

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Smithsonian in Legal Trouble Over Pro-Life Student Incident

After employees of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum kicked out a dozen Catholic high school students for wearing hats inscribed with pro-life messages after the Pro Life March, the institution has been put on notice to prepare for further action by both the U.S. Congress and a law firm that is now representing six of the students.

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Artist Celebrates Abortion With Demonic Statue

Appellate Court in NYC where statue has been erected. (Photo courtesy of WikiCommons Ajay Suresh CC-BY-2.0)

A bizarre new statue depicting a naked woman sporting medusa-like braids and the signature lace collar of Ruth Bader Ginsburg has just been installed alongside statues of Moses and Zoroaster atop the courthouse of the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court. The artist calls it a symbol of female empowerment, but the public sees it differently.

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Woke Mob Loses Big to Family-Owned Bakery

After a years-long legal battle, the owners of a family-owned bakery in Oberlin, Ohio were awarded a $36 million dollar settlement by a court after their lives – and business – were upended by false accusations of racism by progressives at nearby Oberlin College.

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