Neal Pollard She was used by pro-abortion and pro-life groups, but in fairness nobody outdid Norma McCorvey at trying to use others for personal advantage. Her effort to abort her third child, in Texas in 1970, was the case used to go to the Supreme Court. By the time the appeals process wound up in … Continue reading Jane Roe/Norma McCorvey
Neal Pollard MERS is the latest pathogen to seize the world's attention, and this middle-eastern sprung virus, having a 30% mortality rate, is cause for some concern. Yet, it is the latest in a long line of alarming diseases that have struck fear in people—AIDs, Asian Flu, Spanish Flu, smallpox, bubonic plague, and leprosy, just … Continue reading A GLOBAL EPIDEMIC
Neal Pollard Claire Davis' father spoke at a memorial service honoring his daughter, an Arapahoe High School student shot by a classmate who was angry with his debate team coach. In the course of his extremely emotional, but poignant talk, Michael Davis said, "My wife and I forgive Karl Pierson for what he did. We … Continue reading DID CLAIRE DAVIS’ FATHER FORGIVE HER MURDERER?