The Stream’s “#100forLife — One Hundred Hours of Remembering the Millions Denied Their First Baby’s Breath”

Starting at 9 a.m. EDT today, marking this weekend’s 100-year anniversary of the founding of Planned Parenthood, America’s leading abortion provider, my colleagues and I at The Stream are unleashing #100ForLife, a 100-hour flood of articles and stories that focus on the blessings of life and the tragedy of Planned Parenthood. We’re also launching a […]

Corrected Article

As comments 4 and 5 indicate, I wrote this article without checking facts first as I should have.   The core of this particular argument was based on my belief that large proportions of Planned Parenthood government funds were used for abortions. That is not correct.   I stand firmly with my position that abortion in […]

Abortion’s Other Death

The fog of multiple deadlines and of recent foot surgery is clearing—barely, yet noticeably. I’m on final editing for my next book, which was unexpectedly difficult for a while, but got smoothed out when another editor took over at the publisher’s. I’m learning to walk again on a foot whose muscles are very unaccustomed to […]

Irony and Intolerance On Campus: Case Study at UNC Wilmington

So there was this student group at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, you see, that was hosting a campus discussion on abortion. Maybe they should have known better than to have tried. It’s a rancorous issue everywhere, with religion right at the heart of the dispute, and of course everyone knows that one side […]

Stand Firm!

Anthony Esolen speaks with astonishing accuracy and breathtaking power in the current Touchstone. (Did you notice I’ve begun advertising Touchstone here? Esolen is one reason you should read it.) After a short history lesson on the Arian controversy, he goes on to say, In our day, the issue is not Christology. We’re not so sophisticated […]