By Marc A. Thiessen, Patriot Post - But the movie also shows us what really takes place inside a Planned Parenthood clinic. The passcode to get into the clinic is “2-2-2-9” (a wicked joke; it spells “baby”). At one point, Cheryl invites Abby to chat with her in the “P.O.C.” room. When a nurse asks if Abby knows what “P.O.C.” stands for, she replies “products of conception.” No, her colleague says, it means “pieces of children.” Every aborted child must be reconstructed so that they can be sure no parts were left inside the womb.
By Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture - But think for a moment about why the choice is so safe… The appointment is “safe” because the only people who are upset are the people who will be ignored… If reporters were inclined to pursue the story aggressively… they might take a hard look at the new archbishop’s track record. They might recall that it was then-Bishop Gregory who, as president of the US bishops’ conference, assured us that the bishops were doing everything they could to prevent abuse—in fact claimed that the progress had been “nothing less than miraculous”—and then sent Theodore McCarrick out before the TV cameras as a representative of that progress.
By Marcellino D'Ambrosio, Ph.D., Catholic Exchange - It really looked like the end of the road for her. Caught in the act of a capital crime, her fate lay in the hands of an angry mob. Desiring to kill two birds with one stone, the rabble decided to use her as a political pawn, and so dragged her to Jesus... But they badly miscalculated. He replied to their tough question with a tougher question. They planned to embarrass him. But he embarrassed them. Reduced to silence, they were forced to admit the hypocrisy of their self-righteousness.
By J.M. Phelps, OneNewsNow - The radical leftist agenda simply doesn't connect with the heart of America – but that, says a New York Times best-selling author, is just one of the reasons why President Donald Trump will be reelected next year, hands down... In the 2020 presidential election, says award-winning historian Dr. Victor Davis Hanson, "we are not going to be examining any unknown qualities [about Trump]." Voters, he points out, will have available for consideration the president's achievements while in office...