By Kristan Hawkins, LifeNews - Unlike most public policy, unfettered abortion was brought to life following a Supreme Court judgment call made by seven men in Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. Without the input of the executive or legislative branches of government, all of the nation’s abortion-related laws were wiped out with the judicial stroke of pen. But with the future of Roe in doubt, according to legal experts, reconsidering the assumptions that have been made about a billion-dollar abortion industry is timely.
By Christine Niles, M.St. (Oxon.), J.D., Church Militant - "I don't understand why Catholic establishment media keeps accepting the word of Church officials, rather than doing their due diligence and confirming whether dioceses are being truthful," Michael Voris, CEO of Church Militant, commented… "In this day and age, when Church leaders have consistently shown themselves unreliable and lacking in transparency — particularly highlighted during the Summer of Shame," Voris continued….
By Victor Davis Hanson, Patriot Post - Iran’s goal might be something like re-creating the melodrama of the 1979-1981 hostage crisis, Saddam Hussein’s rope-a-dope strategy, or Bill Clinton’s three-month bombing campaign in Yugoslavia. Tehran hopes for American strategic ossification that could prove politically toxic… But that scenario, too, is unlikely. As long as Trump replies with air power disproportionate to any Iranian attacks, he, not Tehran, governs the tempo of the confrontation… Iran created the current crisis. It has choices, but for now they are all bad.