Dinner with a Long Spoon

Francis X. Maier

As Christians, we have a duty to engage the world, including our nation’s public life.


The Catholic Thing / May 11, 2022

Democrats are Proving to Be the Real Extremists on Abortion

Henry Olsen

Most Americans don’t support Democrats’ no-limit abortion proposals. The party is pushing them anyway.


Washington Post / May 10, 2022

Vandalism at a Northern Virginia Pro-Life Resource Center

Alexandra DeSanctis

Over the weekend, vandals defaced a pro-life pregnancy-resource center in Manassas, Va., writing three graffiti messages on the side of the building: “Abortion is a right,” “Fake clinic,” and “Liars.”


National Review Online / May 10, 2022

Abortion Foes Should Gear Up to Win the Fight for Public Opinion

Henry Olsen

Public sentiment today is nuanced but favorable to abortion rights.


Washington Post / May 10, 2022

Pain at the Pump—But No Easy Answers

Brad Littlejohn

Honoring the needs of your neighbor in the marketplace


WORLD Opinions / May 10, 2022

What’s Inside Abortion Supporters’ Illogical Resentment Against ‘Forced Birth’

Nathanael Blake

Liberal complaints about ‘forced birth’ demonstrate an anti-human ideology that poisons the self-giving of love.


the Federalist / May 10, 2022

The Pro-Family Agenda Republicans Should Embrace After Roe

Patrick T. Brown

The movement that describes itself as pro-life must encompass a broader vision of policy than just prohibiting access to abortion.


New York Times / May 10, 2022

The Public Health Prophet We Did Not Heed

Aaron Kheriaty

Although lockdowns and other biosecurity proposals were circulating by 2005, mainstream public health did not embrace the biosecurity model until covid.


Substack / May 10, 2022

Repetition, with Variations

Lance Morrow

These are history’s morphic resonances.


City Journal / May 10, 2022

Try a Little Tenderness

Noelle Mering

A subversive message for Mother’s Day


The American Mind / May 10, 2022

The ‘Forced Birth’ Falsehood

Alexandra DeSanctis

The argument that pro-life laws “force women to give birth” betrays the mistaken premise undergirding the pro-abortion case.


National Review Online / May 5, 2022

The Leak Shows Why Abortion Policy Should Be Returned to the States

Carter Snead

It would be ironic if whoever leaked the draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization did it in a desperate effort to prod the Supreme Court to uphold Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. Because this breach is one of the starkest examples yet of why the question of abortion law and policy must be restored to our political branches.


The Washington Post / May 5, 2022