The culture of death has overtaken Europe. And I’m not even talking about abortion. Of course, there are abortions, but there is another menace plaguing these lands besides the will to, despite other alternatives, proceed with terminating a pregnancy. I am talking about the looming cloud of despair, of existential nihilism. This is death, and […]
Today, I was tabling on campus when someone approached me and called me an anti-choice troll. This got me thinking, “Am I an anti-choice troll?” Anti-choice in modern culture is a stance against the pro-choice argument of “abortion should remain legal.” If that is your definition of anti-choice, then yes, I am anti-choice. But that […]
My first encounter with Planned Parenthood was during my freshman year of high school. A campus building displayed a faded, outdated sign reading “Planned Parenthood” with no context. By the time I attended that school, PP no longer stationed services there. I passed by the old sign wondering what it meant. Based on words alone, […]
If you were to ask someone to list their favorite topics of conversation, abortion probably would not make it very high. And there’s a good reason for that – I can’t think of a more polarizing and emotional issue facing our country right now. That’s not to say that it shouldn’t be discussed at all […]
It doesn’t often happen, but Roe v. Wade actually protects life sometimes. That’s because it also protects the right to privacy for mothers who choose life. Like the teen from Corpus Christi whose parents tried to force her to choose death.
Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. January 27th is the day that Soviet troops arrived in Auschwitz and liberated the Jews being held there. Every year, the United Nations takes a moment to remember those who died at one of the lowest points in human history and work so nothing like this happens again. Ever. For those of […]