Last week on BreakPoint, I told you about the convocation address I gave at the University of the South in Sewanee. The theme of my talk was
It’s Black History Month 2015. This is a time of remembering the many great contributions of African Americans in the history of our great
In 2010 my unborn daughter was diagnosed with a lethal birth anomaly. We continued our pregnancy, much to the consternation of our physicians,
Sophistry, redefintion of terms, blurring vital distinctions, postmodern deconstruction of words–such are the weapons wielded by assisted suicide
We deal with it fairly often. Or maybe not that often; perhaps it just seems more frequent than it actually is. But at least a couple times a
I want to introduce you to some of the exciting young faces and frontiers of the pro-life movement.
Recently, the United States Supreme Court announced it would review the procedure for lethal injection used for death row inmates across the
The little backward arrow icon on my emails has become one of my best friends.
One of the great humanitarian achievements of the Right to Life movement was the exposé of partial-birth abortion by National Right to Life.
My concern with the legalization of assisted suicide is the psychological impact on the rest of society. I am writing from my personal experience.
Congresswoman Virginia Foxx and I were on absolute bedrock when we argued last week during the House floor debate in favor of the No Taxpayer
I have been reporting on the non-voluntary euthanasia deaths in the Netherlands for more than 20 years, the infanticide, euthanasia of the elderly
The abortion industry has recently employed a new marketing strategy in an attempt to continue to mislead and confuse the American public. Having