BELINDA BROWN: There’s nothing pro-women about telling girls who can’t remember the night before to cry rape

Loss of memory due to extreme drunkenness should be no bar to making a complaint, argued Ms Saunders. ‘We would encourage anyone who has thought they might have been raped and weren’t capable of consenting to go to the police,’ she said. The hardline feminist lobby will no doubt be cheering her comments to the echo. But her dismissal of any idea that intoxication might … Continue reading BELINDA BROWN: There’s nothing pro-women about telling girls who can’t remember the night before to cry rape

Abortion and the Black Community

Ian D. Keating, Compfight, CC
Ian D. Keating, Compfight, CC

[Editor’s Note: This one comes from our archives. Obviously it’s not February but the lessons still apply.]

By Tanisha, Originally published here February 10, 2005

February is Black History Month. This month I think we should honor our history by talking about how to stop the daily killing of black children in America. Of course, we don’t want to just stop the killing of black children. We desire to stop all child killing. But in this article I want to cry out to black women especially. Do not fall for the lies of the those who are targeting you and your children with abortion. Stand up!

Why don’t we stand up against this child killing as strongly as we stand up against slavery? Why can’t we recognize it for the atrocity it really is? It’s our children being mercilessly murdered in the wombs of their own mothers. The one place they should be the most protected is no longer safe for today’s black children. How did we get here?

Well, I believe there are many reasons why we have abortion today. I think that one of those reasons is that from the beginning of the contraceptive and abortion movement, race has been a factor as well as class. If you could pass out enough contraceptives and place enough abortion clinics in underprivileged neighborhoods, it was said you could cut down on the number of children being born to minorities and poor people.

But why do we allow it? Continue reading “Abortion and the Black Community”

Speak for Yourself: Why Single Feminists Should Not Speak for Married Mothers

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By Mrs. Marian Shah, Originally published here Feb 25, 2005

The more I read non-feminist literature, the more I wonder why in succumbing almost universally to radical feminist ideology, our society has let a group of activist women ruin family life for everyone else by claiming expertise where they have none: in homemaking and child-rearing. Continue reading “Speak for Yourself: Why Single Feminists Should Not Speak for Married Mothers”

UPDATE: No Charges Against Lt. Cmdr. Timothy White

White, who has served in the Navy for 13 years, moved to Chattanooga in April with his wife and six kids — and a seventh on the way. His wife, Franicia White, said she supports her husband’s actions that day. “He values human life enough to protect his sailors and others,” she said. “I am honored to be his wife and stand by him 100 … Continue reading UPDATE: No Charges Against Lt. Cmdr. Timothy White

Conjugality: Reconsidering SCOTUS authority to mandate same-sex marriage

[Editor’s Note: Published a month ago in preparation for the SCOTUS ruling] We know that some of you have grown weary of reading articles about homosexual issues. Yet, these issues cannot be ignored.  Please look for these articles as they are published.  These articles will be structured to inform about the issues which each American must think through to develop his own position, including: * … Continue reading Conjugality: Reconsidering SCOTUS authority to mandate same-sex marriage

Mercatornet: Sorry, feminism is not about choice

[Editor’s Note: Feminism will never understand womanhood until it leaves of (read ‘repents’) it’s self-focus (read ‘feminism’) and looks to God (‘nature’ as she puts it), what He created in woman, what he planned for her well-being and future (that which ultimately gives direction and design by limiting her ‘freedom’). We’ve for years worked to answer the questions this author has left her readers wondering … Continue reading Mercatornet: Sorry, feminism is not about choice

Gardner: Legalism and Sanctification

Right off the bat we know 2 things as true: God desires us to be holy & the Holy Spirit is responsible for the process of sanctification (1 Peter 1.2). But this process is drawn out — and at times painful.  Aren’t their any shortcuts? Perhaps some ‘spiritual accelerators’? Legalism would say yes. “Hey christian,” suggests Legalism, “you want to be holy? Just follow this list of expectations:” … Continue reading Gardner: Legalism and Sanctification

Ham: Is Religious Freedom Only Limited to Belief?

[Editor’s Note: Tolerance is faithlessness. We have the right to self defense and the defense of our loved ones should a criminal force a threat to life in other areas and the state protects us. But as seen above, our hands are tied and yet we do as much as the state allows. The murderous mother and abortionist pose a threat to life and the … Continue reading Ham: Is Religious Freedom Only Limited to Belief?

Sociologist Becomes Stay-At-Home Mom

[Editor’s Note: Grateful for this article. If we prepare ourselves for being keepers of our homes and families we’ll have the opportunity to disciple and educate our children as well. Much of what we regularly outsource can be done by us. Outsourcing our labors can also be turned into home businesses and family economies where children will learn a business and work ethic along side … Continue reading Sociologist Becomes Stay-At-Home Mom