Gregory Lobo is a Junior at Seton Hall University working toward his B.A. in History. He believes that history is a key to creating a passionate pro-life movement, due to the ugliness of the historical context of abortion advocacy.
He was recently chosen to be the historian of the pro-life club in his college campus, Pirates For Life. Besides using words and history to defend the right to life, he enjoys playing video games and watching and reading about sports, especially hockey.
I was just scrolling through Facebook, and I saw from LifeNews that House Republicans are still trying to get the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act signed into law. They
Now that the dust has mostly settled on the controversies surrounding Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, it is appropriate to examine those controversies. Gov. Northam’s terrible week started last Wednesday, when
Recently, my family moved into a new house, a 1920s colonial. Being a 1920s colonial, it has multiple accessibility issues, but they are not significant. My bedroom, bathroom, and essentially
If I remember correctly, it says in my bio that I’m a hockey fan, so you had to expect a hockey article at some point, so… here it is. Recently,
On Wednesday, for my birthday, I got a game for my computer, Out Of The Park Baseball 19, which is a simulation baseball game, and an incredibly in depth one
On Tuesday night, I watched The Emoji Movie with my mother and my brother. I had seen it once before, and that was when I had gotten my idea about
It’s been nearly two months since we sold our house and moved into my grandparents’ house, and there will be a little more time before we move out of their
The 2013-14 NBA season was probably a pretty forgetful one. I honestly couldn’t tell you if it was or not, because I forget. However, one thing really memorable came out
Recently, rapper Kanye West performed on Saturday Night Live. While on stage, he expressed his admiration for President Donald Trump. The left-wing media reacted to this by denigrating Mr. West,
Recently, Nike launched a new advertising campaign featuring controversial former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The advertisement showed a portrait of Kaepernick with the words “Believe in something. Even