Author: Bryana Johnson

The Lilith Fund: More Vicious Evil than Meets the Eye

Tweet I recently engaged in a debate with a particularly vehement pro-choice feminist who concluded our argument rather huffily by letting me know that she was going to donate to a certain Lilith Fund as a result of our discussion. Appalled to hear that such an organization existed and assuring myself that it couldn’t really be what I thought it was, I immediately looked it up. Sure enough, the Lilith Fund is exactly what I hoped it wouldn’t turn out to be: an abortion assistance fund operating in my home state of Texas. My horror stemmed from the fact that...

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Elections 101: Caveat Emptor

Tweet “To defeat Barack Obama, Republicans can’t nominate a candidate who relies on outspending his opponents 7-1,” said Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich last week, referring to rival Mitt Romney, who overwhelmingly won the Illinois primary on March 20th. Indeed, the Associated Press reported that Romney and his allies outspent Santorum and his backers by $3.5 million to $500,000, an advantage of 7-1. Gingrich’s remark showcases an inevitable aspect of the election process: our votes are up for auction and the highest bidder gets them. Sadly, he doesn’t always have to offer payment in the form of results, credentials, policies, or history....

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Underage Dating: The Elephant in the Social Conservative Living-Room

Tweet I have a bone to pick with young, socially conservative Americans, and I know it’s something that will get under your skin. Just sit tight, though, and hear me out, because the elephant in our tidy little room is starting to tear things up. It’s time we acknowledge his existence, and maybe even call in some animal movers to take him back to the zoo. I currently live in a small community in the Bible-belt of the country and I have been given some opportunities to mentor young people from my area through different venues. I can count...

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Obama’s Vote for Infanticide

Tweet A baby was born alive during a botched saline abortion on April 6, 1977. Weighing just two lbs and severely injured by the abortion solution which had burned her skin, the child was premature and had cerebral palsy.  Her parents, two young teenagers, released her to the foster care system of the state, and she was later adopted at the age of four. Gianna Jessen is now a recording artist, public speaker and pro-life activist who seeks to raise awareness regarding the rights of abortion survivors. She understands, in a way many of us cannot, the brutal nature...

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“Lunch Scholars” Really is a Tragic Reflection on the Public Education System

“A nation under a well regulated government should permit none to remain uninstructed. It is monarchical and aristocratic government only that requires ignorance for its support.”  -Thomas Paine, The Rights of Man “Do you know [the name of the] Vice President of the United States?” asks Austin Oberbillig of several Olympia High School students in a YouTube video which has garnered nearly a million views since it was uploaded at the beginning of the month. “Definitely not,” responds the first student.  “George Bush?” suggests another, giggling nervously.  “Umm, the bald guy,” answers a third girl. “Clinton! Clinton, right?”  One student...

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