I saw this one from The Federalist on Facebook awhile ago. It’s a nice argumentation on why the libertarian principles most consistently line up with pro-life ones.
Another I saw on Facebook. This one is about rapper Cardi B and how people expect her to abort her child to continue her career. However, so-called pro-choice advocates are doing is disservice to women, implying they aren’t strong enough to have both a child and a career.
Saw this one on Facebook as well. It’s a good reminder that both the mother and the child deserve love after a heinous crime.
I saw this one on Facebook a few weeks ago. It’s a fantastic story about a mother raped by relatives who had the courage to stand up for her unborn child.
I saw this article on Facebook. It’s about why the Democrats have a hard time getting conservatives/Republicans, particularly conservatives opposed to Trump, to join them. My state has a late primary, and before the 206 primary, I had been intent on voting for Ben Carson because I knew from reading his works and life story that he was calm, reasonable, and logical. I hadn’t really given much thought to Trump’s candidacy because I had made up my mind, but come primary time, he was the only candidate left. I had already known that many of Hillary and Bernie’s supporters didn’t compromise their beliefs and thought that anyone who didn’t follow liberal orthodoxy weren’t welcome (and we all know that the DNC’s thoughts on that made that painfully clear, as I mentioned in an earlier post), so it made my choice clear. Trump asserted that he would listen to those of us who had been spurned by the liberals—even those (unlike myself) who only disagreed a little with the liberals. Conservatives aren’t going to listen to people who won’t compromise with them. So, for anyone who who has a hard time fathoming why we voted for Trump, that’s why. I just pray that both sides of the aisle can actually one day be able to sit down and talk about things civilly because the current lack of civility makes me worried for the nation and the world. As Jesus taught, we most treat ALL of our neighbors as ourselves, but that’s not happening here.
Anyways, enjoy the article!
One of my friends shared this video on Facebook, and it’s so good. In this video, he takes some people to town about morality and why abortion is wrong. I highly recommend watching this short little video because it really nails down some important points in the abortion debate.
I saw this on Facebook a few weeks ago. It just kills me that these little babies are born alive but that a lot of times, no one wants to help. Sure, these babies have the odds stacked against them, but dying soon after birth isn’t necessarily set in stone. Therefore, it can’t hurt to try to help them—you never know if they might survive. If the help works, great! You just saved a life! If not, you tried your best, and at least the babies are going to a better place. Don’t babies deserve this dignity?
Around campus for a while now, I’ve been seeing signs that say “Hate has no home in our town”. I actually beg to differ. My college town votes heavily liberally, and in general, most (though not all) liberals haven’t been very accommodating of other people’s opposite political opinions. Hate doesn’t just encompass reasons surrounding physical characteristics; it also encompasses personal thoughts and opinions. Therefore, given that my college town is mostly liberal, and the general liberal (at least as portrayed by the media) is not very tolerant of other people’s opinions despite preaching the virtue of tolerance, the message of this sign is false and won’t be true until differing political opinions are taken into account.
Happy Easter to all my readers out there!