What is the federal government doing in the family planning business anyway?
America is divided into two sides that have so little in common, and share so few values, that it is not clear whether our national fabric can withstand the great tension pulling on it.
I find the prospect of Jordan running for House speaker of great interest.
Black women constitute 6 percent of our population, yet they account for 35 percent of abortions. How can Democrats possibly be serving this community by supporting and encouraging this disaster?
It is indeed a challenge to get truth into poor black communities that have suffered for years from liberal leaders like Cohen telling them what they need is more government and abortion.
Feminists want government out of our bedrooms, but want government to force our employers into our bedrooms, as long as they show up with their checkbook.
Medicaid together with Medicare now has almost 40 percent of all Americans on government single-payer health care.
We have arrived to a sad state of affairs where many falsehoods have been widely peddled in society at large and ultimately accepted as truths.
Like all self-delusion, the illusion of greater freedom at the expense of the lives of others, just dug the hole deeper for Norma McCorvey, and so it has for our country.
Bringing children into the world and raising them takes three things that don't work well with the 'me' culture: work, sacrifice and love.