Month: January 2016

Weekend Reading

Update 30/1: Feser has posted an extended look at Coyne’s Faith v Fact over at his blog, Debased Coynage. Joseph Pearce on the modern slandering of the Middle Ages. In Revenge of the Sacred, Joseph Bottum discusses Houellebecq’s novel Submission, at…

Like lipstick on a pig

These 7 Actresses are Celebrating Killing Babies in Abortions. Here’s a selection of those stories: When Rebecca’s birth control failed, Rebecca “knew [she] had to end the pregnancy” as a college student. Abused by her boyfriend, Rebecca told her pro-life…

The Ghost of Taney

In a recent post, J. Budziszewski excerpted the following: “Women … have the talent, capacity, and right ‘to participate equally in the economic and social life of the Nation.’  Their ability to realize their full potential … is intimately connected…

The Wrong of Surrogacy

There are no good reasons to engage in surrogacy. To deliberately bring a child into the world with the intention of depriving it of its biological mother and/or father is to wrong the child. This is true whether or not…