Small victories

There is no benign explanation for this – A Virginia lawmaker says she intends to introduce a bill that would ‘hold parents criminally liable” if they don’t comply with their child’s wishes to identify as the opposite sex. A Harvard-affiliated children’s hospital is making the claim that children can know they are transgender “from the womb”. But in some good news,… Read More Small victories

Word games

We at Mad Mondays don’t know a lot about the model Chrissy Teigen, but she seems to know how to grab headlines. Teigen and husband John Legend tragically lost their baby son to a second-trimester miscarriage in 2020. But during an interview last week, Teigen said it wasn’t really a miscarriage: “Let’s just call it what it was. It was an abortion.… Read More Word games

Choose life

Have you ever paused to wonder how many things we do that seem completely normal to us are, in fact, great evil?  This is one of the mysteries of the human condition: we are terribly effective justifiers. We can make excuses for anything, especially once we have already done it. We are marvelously wicked in… Read More Choose life

No respect

There was a recent scuffle between the Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi and her archbishop, Salvatore Cordileone, after he barred her from being communed at Catholic churches in her Californian diocese. Archbishop Cordileone had warned Speaker Pelosi for a number of years that as a prominent Catholic, she could not hold a pro-abortion position… Read More No respect

Trigger laws

It is hard to think anyone could have missed the news that a draft opinion was leaked from the Supreme Court of United States showing that two historic cases related to abortion look to be overturned. Even if you had not read the news, the screeching and hissing parseltongue (language warning) from abortion activists could no doubt be heard around the… Read More Trigger laws