Heroes for Life Amidst the Beirut Explosion

On August 4th, Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon, experienced a devastating explosion, killing hundreds of people and injuring thousands. Many buildings in the near vicinity were completely destroyed and the city sustained widespread damage. According to UNICEF, “at least … Continue reading

Consistent Life Ethics and Daniel Lewis Lee’s Execution

This past Tuesday, July 14th, at 8:07 a.m., Daniel Lewis Lee was the victim of the first federal execution in 17 years. Lee, a self-proclaimed white supremacist, was sentenced to death after murdering the Mueller family in 1996. According to … Continue reading

Little Sisters of the Poor’s Victory Over Birth Control

This past Wednesday, July 8th, the supreme court ruled for the Catholic nonprofit aimed to serve impoverished elderly, Little Sisters of the Poor, to be exempt from providing their employees with insurance covering birth control under the Affordable Care Act. … Continue reading

Joe Biden and Sexual Assault Hypocrisy at Planned Parenthood

On June 15th, 2020, Planned Parenthood Action Fund announced their endorsement of presidential candidate, Joe Biden. Due to Joe Biden’s history as an abortion advocate, Planned Parenthood’s endorsement should not come as a surprise. However, by endorsing Joe Biden, Planned … Continue reading

Yes, Sex-Selective Abortions Really Are a Problem in the US

The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) updated their “Sex Selective Abortion Ban Fact Sheet” on June 19th, 2020 to express their concerns over the then ten states that had passed bills prohibiting abortions based on sex-selection. After examining … Continue reading

The Overreaching Agenda of Planned Parenthood

For decades, Planned Parenthood has posed itself as a reproductive health organization. Under the guise of their catchy name, Planned Parenthood has been allowed to receive government funding and by association, tax-payer money. Although pro-life citizens everywhere are furious that … Continue reading

Ending Racial Disparities Within Maternal Healthcare

Racial disparities in regards to maternal healthcare within Illinois is, unfortunately, not new news. Just this past November, March of Dimes, a nonprofit organization that aims to aid in the health of mothers and babies, gave the state a D+ … Continue reading