RH Reality Check
Kathleen Reeves recently completed a master's degree in Humanities and Social Thought at New York University.
The payoff for getting into debates with today’s Catholic hierarchy seems pretty low.
When the next housekeeper is assaulted, she can look to the way the DSK case has played out for guidance.
There may have been an official change in policy regarding clergy sex abuse, but practice and culture appear to be lagging. In practice, the leadership of the Catholic Church has plenty of tolerance for the sexual abuse of children.
Tennessee’s proposed ban on discussing homosexuality is, of course, more about the “homo” than the “sexuality.”
Foes are painting Planned Parenthood as an inflated corporation, dangerously powerful and drunk on profits. So the true kingpin of American corporate power is a group of community health clinics providing free and low-cost care?
Is murder a right-to-life issue?
The USCCB elects the conservative Archbishop of New York, a “defender of church orthodoxy,” over its current vice president, who was subject to a smear campaign.
Christine O’Donnell’s campaign against masturbation was only the beginning of a lifelong assault on human well-being.
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland deserves a medal for seeking to address the geographic (and often economic) disparity in access to abortion in a smart and safe way.
Crisis pregnancy centers are an especially reprehensible tool of the pro-life movement, and an investigative piece in the Toronto Star reminds us why.