"Are you against the Confederacy?" I couldn't help but laugh at the desperate question thrown at President Trump during Tuesday's press conference. Really?
Why is it that the self-proclaimed evangelists of tolerance always seem to have a zero-tolerance policy? Tech giants that run the world's largest platforms of public discourse — Google, Facebook and Twitter — are the least likely to allow the diversity of opinion.
Modern (counterfeit) feminism preaches victimhood while celebrating violence against the actual victims.
The WNBA's Seattle Storm co-owner, Dawn Trudeau, is taking pride in being the first sports team to partner with the nation's leading abortion business.
A lot can happen in 53 years. A lot has happened. The 1960s were a culminating point in our nation's history, torn apart at the seams by racism and political pride. Crucial decisions had to be made while human rights abuses threatened American democracy.
There are many reasons to keep the nation's largest abortion chain out of the business of miseducating our children. Here are ten really good ones:
Dear Dad: You rescued me. Before I was even born, you chose me through adoption. Before you even saw me, your heart opened to me as your son — a child born as a result of rape.
You can't fight racism with racism. Social justice warriors, apparently, haven't gotten the memo. They want to reinject society with the poison of self-segregation.
Their 2015-2016 Report mentions abortion more than any other "service"; abortions increased by 4,349 to a total of 328,348 human lives killed in fiscal year 2015.
Pro-abortion eugenicists, like Steinem, are in a constant state of denial, claiming they're "pro-choice", not "pro-abortion". Apparently pro-slavery politicians weren't really for slavery, they were merely pro-jobs ... or pro-economic freedom ... or pro-trade.
Hollywood doesn't hide its religion of liberalism. Compelling dramas are often marred by overt attempts to preach politics instead of delivering meaningful storylines that resonate. But once in a while, something wonderful breaks through — humanity.
This week, I was given the opportunity to debate the president of Planned Parenthood Maryland (PPM) on NPR affiliate, WAMU in DC.
Courage. It's a rare thing these days. Hollywood confuses it with monolithic thinking and award show monologues cheered on by automatons from the Land of Make Believe.
We don't need a reminder from faux feminists on the incredible value of women. None of us would be here without one. Motherhood made us all possible, including those who celebrate abortion.
It must be nice to be untouchable by mainstream media. You can lie through those shiny white teeth and mainstream media will treat every rehearsed and distorted word like truth.
Contradiction is common among liberal black celebrities. In fact, hip-hop artist and actor, Common, revealed such confusion as he headlined a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood during the Presidential inauguration last week.
But, but, but Planned Parenthood offers all these other services! That's the battle cry from "pro-choice" activists across the nation in attempts to redefine what Planned Parenthood clearly is — a business that profits, predominantly, from the killing of over 320,000 human beings a year.
I have to laugh when I hear liberals accuse social conservatives of being "single-issue" voters. Of course voters, like me, are concerned about a whole plethora of issues, especially since the government has intruded into every possible facet of our lives. But there is virtue in single-mindedness. There is worth in focusing on an egregious injustice that outweighs other concerns.
Democrats — no matter how many times they invoke Abraham Lincoln — are not the Party of Lincoln. Eric Sapp gives in to that chronic compulsion by comparing Lincoln to Clinton.
Somehow, the most radically pro-abortion candidate in history is the solution to reducing the shocking number of abortions in our country, according to Eric Sapp's latest article: "A Democrat's Plea for Reason on Abortion After Hillary Wins."
Adoption is a powerful and emotionally potent act, for the birth parent(s), the child and the prospective parents. To place a child for adoption or embrace a child needing a home and family is an incredible act of sacrificial love.
A recent article in The Christian Post, "Christian Planned Parenthood Executive Challenges Misconceptions About Nation's Leading Abortion Provider" interviewed the new Chair of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Alexis McGill Johnson, where she regurgitated a statistics-free litany of talking points. It was as though I was reading a press release directly from Planned Parenthood.