Author Archives: Katie

Sep
24
2019

2.9 Billion Bird Deaths Linked to Solar, Wind

24, Sep

By Katie Kieffer

Red bird

Feathers at the foot of a wind turbine. Bird droppings at the base of a solar panel. A coroner could use these signs to establish the cause of mass bird death. And a novelist could pen a murder mystery titled: Death by Renewable Energy. Continue reading

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Jun
18
2019

Girl in a Red Balloon

18, Jun

By Katie Kieffer

Red Balloon

Two legs—jutting from a large red balloon—struggle to navigate between rows of gawkers. Women follow the red balloon girl—each covered from head to torso in a brightly colored balloon. They look like walking gumballs. Continue reading

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Feb
11
2019

When Murder Is Easy

11, Feb

By Katie Kieffer


Blood spilled first is more stunning than blood spilled second. Today, abortion is the primary type of murder that no longer shocks Americans. Why? Because we have – collectively – committed murder so frequently. Women accept and even laud abortion while men and religious figures have turned their heads.

We all need to recover a healthy dose of shock when an American doctor kills a sweet baby girl or boy with a fully developed heart, brain and soul—for profit. Continue reading

Posted in Free Speech, Health Care, Law | 9 Comments
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Oct
08
2018

MoveOn.Feminist, ComeOn.Love

08, Oct

By Katie Kieffer

LOVE

Women are angry at Brett Kavanaugh. To them, I ask: do you know why you’re angry?

Suicide is on the rise in America, especially among our country’s girls. According to CDC data, suicide among teenage girls rose 70% in the past decade. This is a 40-year high. Across all genders and ages, suicide has increased 28% since 1999. Continue reading

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Sep
27
2018

The Rational Vote: Trump

27, Sep

By Katie Kieffer

Melania and Donald Trump

You and I know people who admit to being Democrats. I don’t know a single Democrat who will admit to believing in Democratic policies. No Democrat will ever say that they support: “unlimited power for politicians; murdering babies; declaring a man guilty of a crime without evidence; and stealing from the poor to aid criminals.”

May we conclude, then, that to be a Democrat in 2018 is to live in a fantasy world?

“I can’t believe the Democrats have gone so bad. And I used to be a Democrat,” my 87-year-old grandmother recently said. She sees a party that once stood for farmers and now stands for “democratic socialism”—a nice name for communism. Continue reading

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