Holly Scheer
Holly Scheer
Holly Scheer
Holly Scheer is a writer and editor. She’s fascinated by politics, culture and theology. Follow her on Twitter @HScheer1580.
The InfoWars Bans Aren’t About Alex Jones, They’re About Big Tech’s Control Over What We See

This is about what it means for our society if a few tech companies should be able to decide for everyone what information is available, and what is over the line.

Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Relative On Librarians’ Dismissal Of Her Work: ‘Trying To Rewrite’ History

Brian Miller’s great-grandmother was sisters with Laura’s mother, and Miller met Laura as a child. Wilder’s demotion by the top library association ‘felt like a knife in the back,’ he says.

Scrubbing Laura Ingalls Wilder Is A Dangerous Step Toward Ignorance

Pretending things that make us uncomfortable never happened isn’t going to make America better, or make American children more informed.

A Survivor Offers 5 Helpful Things To Do When Suicide Hurts You

Here’s how I’ve learned to take care of myself and my family in the years since losing a loved one to suicide.

Why President Trump Should Listen To Kim Kardashian About America’s Draconian Drug Punishments

Alice Marie Johnson is one of 3,278 people serving a life sentence without parole despite their offense being nonviolent.

66 Percent Of Irish Voters Legalized Abortion. Here’s What’s Next For Ireland

Ireland’s vote leaves many across the country and the world wondering what comes next, and what this means on a practical level for the Irish people.

Producers Edit ‘Show Dogs’ After Outcry Over Private Parts Touching Subplot

Our kids deserve better than this, and Hollywood needs to be firmly told that enough is enough, and we’re tired of this garbage.

Watch Distraught Mom Flag Off-Duty Police Officer, Who Saves Her Baby’s Life

Officer Jeremie Nix was off work at the end of his shift when he came upon a scene that would terrify any parent. His quick thinking saved little Kingston’s life.

Parents Fight With U.K. Hospital To Feed, Give Oxygen To, And Diagnose Their Sick Toddler

His parents have the choice of either holding Alfie Evans or letting him lay in a crib as a medical team watches but refuses to provide care. These actions will lead to Alfie’s death.

Burying Miscarried And Stillborn Babies Is A Policy Of Love, Not Offense

Instead of discarding babies’ remains, this hospital offers parents the choice of a group grave financially covered by the hospital or a private burial at the parents’ expense.

Barbara Bush, Mother And Wife Of Presidents, Dies at 92

Barbara and George H.W. Bush were married for 73 years, the longest marriage of any American presidential couple.

Trump Nominee Wendy Vitter Is Right: Planned Parenthood Kills At Least 150,000 Girls Every Year

This issue with Vitter’s confirmation comes as people on the Left are increasing pressure against hires if they’ve spoken against abortion or any non-hardline leftist views.

What’s At Stake In The Fight Over Ireland’s Pro-Life Eighth Amendment

As Ireland nears a summer referendum on whether to change a constitutional provision ensuring unborn children’s right to life, public demonstrations have broken out.

‘Wind River’ Grippingly Portrays America’s Crime-Ridden Indian Reservations

‘Wind River’ isn’t just a typical crime drama, it’s also the story of how isolation changes people, both for the better and the worse.

‘Backwards’: Hillary Clinton Apparently Still Has No Clue Why She Lost

Her condescending words targeted voters in states that twice voted for Obama, and show she still doesn’t understand why Americans didn’t vote for her.

If ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ Is Stripped Of Its Christian Themes, The Film Can Only Disappoint

Christianity isn’t just a minor element of Madeleine L’Engle’s fantastic story, it’s at the deepest center.

Where Does Monica Lewinsky Fit In A #MeToo World? Not Where She Thinks She Does

Monica Lewinsky’s Vanity Fair essay examines her Clinton affair in light of #MeToo, and asks long-overdue questions about consent and power disparities in sexual relationships.

Attempting Another Hit Job On Clarence Thomas Only Hurts #MeToo’s Credibility

The sexual harassment allegations against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas have been repeatedly undermined by their own creators. Reviving them is embarrassing.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Unexpected Warning To The #MeToo Crowd Is A Vital Wakeup Call

Ginsburg’s comments about due process are a common sense breath of fresh air in an increasingly polarized cultural climate.

To Practice Intentionality And Reflection, You Can’t Beat Lent

Lent lingers. It lasts for weeks, requiring patience and a commitment that spans not hours or days but more than a month.