Entries Tagged ‘Michael Voris’

Pro-lifers and the contraception compromise

by Carder … [I]t’s all right to have prayer rallies and demonstrations and even a big annual March ó which gets absolutely zero coverage in the secular world ó because the pro-life movement will never challenge contraception, which is the root of all this. It won’t challenge it because it would reveal the deep religious […]

Pro-life blog buzz 3-13-15

pro-lifeby Kelli

  • At Students for Life, Kristan Hawkins wonders what Michael Voris’ point was when he created an error-filled video which makes dubious claims about abortion and the pro-life movement. Hawkins says Voris is “irresponsible” and using “faulty logic” to claim “abortion numbers aren’t declining,” among other things. Hawkins backs up her rebuttal with links to the facts:

    Not citing any sources, he proclaimed that chemical abortions arenít tracked and comprise a quarter of all abortions. Therefore, he said, these must be added to the million+ abortions every year, which basically comes out to a number that shows abortions are not declining.

    While Voris appears to make a convincing case in his six-minute video, he is wrong.

Voris: The problem with the pro-life movement is… Protestants?

by Carder Forty thousand differing denominations have sprung up in Martin Lutherís foul wake, each one believing it has the truth in its completeness. That is simply impossible. And the proof is in the pudding; you need look no further than the pro-life movementís somewhat uninspiring record to recognize this sad fact. Itís true that […]

Midterm election results not necessarily pro-life culture change

by Carder In 2016, more liberals, more culture-of-death voters will be getting up off their couches and voting for the anti-life, anti-family candidate for President. They will try to convince the one third of of the so-called conservative ranks to join them–and in all likelihood, enough of them will. We hate to be bursting these […]

Archbishop of NY soft on pro-abortion politicians receiving Holy Communion

by Carder The Archbishop of New York says that the issue of pro-abortion Catholic politicians committing sacrilege, not to mention the sacrilege being participated in by those giving them Holy Communion, is ďin the past.Ē Thatís such an arrogant statement it takes your breath away. First of all, it is a direct contradiction of Canon […]

Catholic bishops enabling an eventual Party of Death majority?

Did US Catholic leaders look the other way as to fatten their coffers and beef up sagging numbers? And whatever Obamaís goals Ė there is this to consider from the Catholic perspective – bishop involvement in anything that advances the party of death ambitions to secure the White House is extremely short-sighted. No matter how […]

The fix is in: Hillary will be elected president in 2016

by Carder Short of death, they ainít nothiní stopping the reality of President Hillary Clinton. The fix is already in. The media are already running the Queen Bee thru the rehab and sanitizing cycle -holding her up as the brave suffering martyred wife of husband Billís sex scandals and of course, polishing her squeaky clean […]

Why are some Catholic hospitals dispensing contraceptives?

by Carder

Bishops pray at the Marien Dom churchNow, bear in mind, the archbishopís staff had been informed of this nearly two years ago and has stonewalled, foot-dragged, administratively delayed, passed the buck, looked into it and just about every other imaginable bureaucratic excuse you can dream up.

And yet, at the end of the day, these drugs are still being passed out like candy at these Catholic hospitals.


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