Pro-Life Kids! is a new book created to teach and empower the next generation. Bethany Bomberger, an adoptive mother, educator, and the Executive director of The Radiance Foundation, created the book to highlight the value of every human being, before and after birth. We crown Bomberger as a Problematic Woman and interview her on what led to the creation of the book, her experience in the classroom, and her own pro-life journey.


We also cover:


  • Emma Watson recently coined the term “self-partnering.” The term refers to being fulfilled in your singleness and Watson isn’t the only one pitching the idea — rapper Lizzo’s song “Soulmate” might as well be the idea’s anthem. We also breakdown a New York Times opinion piece that dissects this idea with Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, complementarianism, and what this mindset means for marriage and society.
  • Appearing in the New York Times, “The Class of 2000 ‘Could Have Been Anything’” revealed shocking statistics and stories that show how personal and devastating drug addiction is in American families and communities.
  • Tim Allen speaks up against PC culture in an interview on The View. He says thought police are “an alarming thing for comedians.”
  • During the Ohio State vs. Michigan college football broadcast, announcer Gus Johnson shared that star J.K. Dobbins, the Ohio running back, was almost aborted.


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