How ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ inspired the cathedral’s 19th-century revival

Looking nostalgically to the past, a young architect sought to revive the building as a bulwark to the uncertainty of the Industrial Revolution.

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Will Netflix eventually monetize its user data?

Something about Netflix’s business model just doesn’t add up – unless you look at the streaming service as a massive data collection company.

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After Legalizing Abortions Up to Birth, New York Democrats Ban Pro-Life Group From Using State Capitol

Pro-abortion Democrats in control of the New York legislature tried to stop a pro-life group from conducting its annual Lobby for Life day this spring. The New York Post reports New York State Right to Life reserved space at the state Capitol in Albany more than a year ago, but Democratic lawmakers revoked the reservation […]

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Scared Mom Places Her Newborn in a Safe Haven Baby Box, Now The Baby Has a Loving Adopted Family

As the first signs of spring usher in plentiful sunshine and warm weather, it’s a time to celebrate new life and new beginnings. That’s why April is Safe Haven Awareness month. Since the founding of Safe Haven Baby Boxes (SHBB) in 2015, our organization has been dedicated to saving lives, and the fruits of our […]

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Assisted Suicide Will be Legal in New Jersey in August, Is Involuntary Euthanasia Next?

In becoming the ninth jurisdiction to legalize physician-assisted suicide, New Jersey has unleashed a Pandora’s box on its residents—and the poor, weak, and disabled will suffer the most. The Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act was signed into law by New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, a Democrat, after it narrowly cleared both […]

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Euthanasia Activists in Australia Want to Legalize Euthanizing Children as Young as 12

The legalization of euthanasia is being debated throughout Australia. Last year Victoria Australia legalized euthanasia. Similar to Canada, once euthanasia becomes legal people immediately begin to debate the expansion of the law. Felicity Caldwell reported for The Sydney Morning Herald that Queensland Council for Civil Liberties president Michael Cope told the Queensland parliamentary committee that […]

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Planned Parenthood Tries to Change Its Image, But It Kills 97% of Babies Going There in Abortions

NRLC provides a bumper sticker that reads, “When you think Planned Parenthood, think abortion.” Well, it must be working. Apparently, whatever people are thinking when they think of Planned Parenthood, it isn’t what Planned Parenthood wants them to think. Two paragraphs into a recent news story from Kaiser Health News, we read, “Planned Parenthood, known […]

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Pro-Abortion Presidential Candidate Kirsten Gillibrand: “We All Miss” Al Franken Even Though He Groped Women

Presidential hopeful and Democratic New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand revealed on Thursday that despite leading the charge for Al Franken to step down from his seat as the junior U.S. senator from the state of Minnesota, she still misses him. “We are all concerned about Senator Franken and frankly, we all miss him,” Gillibrand said […]

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Joe Biden Expected to Announce Presidential Campaign Next Week, Supports Abortions Up to Birth

Former Vice President and Senator Joe Biden is expected to announce next week that he is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination. Biden, who is pro-abortion, will enter a crowded Democrat field with candidates like Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, Cory Booker, Beto, O’Rourke, Elizabeth Warren and other vying for the chance to take on […]

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Netherlands Euthanized 6126 People Last Year, Including 213 Mentally Ill Patients

The Dutch media reported that, the 2018 euthanasia report indicates that there were 6126 reported euthanasia deaths in 2018 down from 6585 reported euthanasia deaths in 2017. Annemarie de jong, writing for the Nordhollands Dagblad, quoted Jacob Kohnstamm, the Chairman of the Regional Review Committee on Euthanasia, that the number of euthanasia deaths was “a […]

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