Supreme Court

Herald of Hope: There is a Right Answer in Abortion Debate

The Catholic Herald | February 18, 2019 BY ARCHBISHOP JEROME LISTECKI When missionaries reached the shores of newly discovered lands, they were confronted with the culture of people who had no relationship to Christianity. In fact, some still practiced the brutal custom of human sacrifice to... read more

They Weren’t Prepared for This

By Tony Perkins, Family Research Council, December 13, 2018 Where does raising a white flag in the battle over your core values lead? Ask the Boy Scouts of America. After throwing up their hands on 103 years of conviction, the group may finally be learning that standing on principle isn't easy... read more

BREAKING: Alabama top court judge urges Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade

By Gualberto Garcia Jones, Esq. MONTGOMERY, Alabama, October 19, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Today, the Alabama Supreme Court unanimously ruled in the case of Jessie Phillips v. State of Alabama that “the value of the life of an unborn child is no less than the value of the lives of other... read more

Democrats Now Want Kavanaugh Investigated for Perjury

By Peter Hasson / October 01, 2018 / Still lacking corroborating evidence of disputed sexual misconduct accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, some Democrats now want Kavanaugh investigated for perjury in the latest iteration of their monthslong campaign to derail his... read more

Democrats & “Dirty Tricks” Group

Coincidental? Kavanaugh Accuser’s Apparent Connections to Democrats & “Dirty Tricks” Group By Cheryl Sullenger, September 18, 2018 Washington, D.C. – More suspicious connections have surfaced that raise additional questions about the motivation behind the recent allegations of... read more

Brett Kavanaugh Accuser Has No Evidence, No Proof and Her Supposed Eyewitness Says She’s “Absolutely Nuts”

Opinion   Gary Bauer   Sep 17, 2018   |   Washington, DC As Yogi Bera famously said, “It’s déjà vu all over again.” As many of you know, I served as chairman of the Citizens Committee to Confirm Clarence Thomas in 1991.  I was in the hearing room when a surprise witness named... read more

Chicago Cardinal: I Wish Justice Scalia Lived to See Pope Outlaw Death Penalty

By Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D, 6 Aug 2018 Cardinal Blase Cupich, the Archbishop of Chicago, told a panel last week that he wished Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia had lived long enough to see Pope Francis declare the death penalty “inadmissible.” “Would that he had lived to be here... read more

Bishops have been on a losing streak in U.S. political arena

By Christopher Manion July 20, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — America’s politicized Catholic bishops – and unfortunately, that means most of them – have had a pretty bad year. Their campaign demanding amnesty for illegal aliens and a wide-open border policy has been a flop. Consider: They opposed... read more

Why Judge Kavanaugh’s Religion Should Be an Issue

by Adam J. MacLeod, Jul 17, 2018 Though our political institutions are designed to be secular and non-sectarian, our laws rest on Christian ideas about what we owe each other as human beings made in the image and likeness of God. With President Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the... read more


Is NEA's stranglehold on our kids ending? Exclusive: Linda Harvey reports on teachers union's latest 'seditious' policy positions By Linda Harvey They’re ba-a-ack. The NEA (National Education Association) just held its annual meeting with policy actions that once again border on sedition... read more

Secular Arguments for Marriage Are Not Enough

By Jennifer Roback Morse, July 11, 2018 Scott Hahn is a prolific Biblical scholar with a huge fan-base among orthodox Catholics. He doesn’t need my help promoting his new book, The First Society: The Sacrament of Matrimony and the Restoration of Social Order. But I need some help from him. I... read more

Does Conscience Exist?