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.
Planned Parenthood Celebrates 100 Years Of Promoting Death

Despite more than half of Americans wanting changes to our abortion culture, our political system protects Planned Parenthood and legal abortion on demand.

10 Dos And Don’ts For When A Friend Loses A Baby

These losses are common, but it can be hard to know what to say or not to say when a friend or family member experiences a miscarriage or infant death.

One In 14 Americans Has Lost A Friend Over This Presidential Election

‘Fully 70% of American voters say that this year’s presidential campaign has brought out the worst in people.’

Andy Richter Is ‘Eternally Grateful’ His Wife Aborted His Child

Andy Richter might be a comedian, with a career built around humor and making other people laugh on shows with Conan O’Brien, but abortion is no laughing matter.

New Studies Reinforce That Zika Is No Excuse To Sterilize Women And Kill Children

These findings suggest that many babies born to mothers with Zika infection during pregnancy will be unaffected by microcephaly.

A Lady’s Outfit Isn’t Complete Without The Right Underclothes

Women may spend a lot of time thinking about what to wear for any given occasion, but we should be spending nearly as much time contemplating what to wear under our clothes.

Leniency For Rapist Brock Turner Is Dangerous

Brock Turner spent three months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious fellow student. The implications aren’t good.

Some Men Stand For The National Anthem To Spurn Discrimination

Verdun Woods served in a racially segregated military and suffered mid-century anti-black discrimination. Yet he loved his country, and honored its national anthem.

Pushing Women To Ditch Bras And Makeup Isn’t Empowering

The natural-at-any-cost movement excludes women who want or need bras and makeup, and guilting those who do more than brush our teeth in the morning is a step back for all women.

With Wyoming Judge’s Case, Left Aims To Ban Religious People From Legal Field

The case of Judge Ruth Neely in Wyoming shows, in stark clarity, that it doesn’t actually matter whether religious people do their jobs well and keep their religion to themselves.

‘Stranger Things’ Examines Power Politics Through Family Stories

‘Stranger Things’ pits those who seek the truth against those who seek power, and local communities against faraway officials using them for shadowy ends.

8 Ways To Simplify Back To School

The fade of summer and rush to set up life to run smoothly during the school year can stress even the most organized family. Here are some tips to help.

Parenting Doesn’t Stop At Kindergarten

If you need help with hormones and planning life after high school, the parenting circuit can be a rather lonely place.

What Police Say About Our Public Safety Crisis

In the context of concerns about police brutality and growing mental health problems in our society, police officers discuss weak points in our social safety nets.

Dear DNC: Abortion Isn’t Empowering. It Turns Women Into Bullies

In a moment of truly blinding irony, NARAL’s president called for Americans to elect Hillary Clinton as president so she could stand against bullies.

The Taylor Swift Drama Is Escapism At Its Worst

Taylor Swift is endangering her every-girl-next-door persona with revelations of deception and backstabbing. Who cares?

Don’t Make Snap Judgments About Shootings Based On Viral Videos

Eyewitnesses are unreliable and biased. Videos don’t tell the whole story. A rush to judgment based on incendiary video snippets hurts our country.

Trans Mandate Displays Military Focus On Social Engineering, Not National Security

American taxpayers are now on the hook for sex-change operations and other therapeutic services now that the military invites trans service members. Other soldiers are aghast.

California Bill Would Ultimately Erase Religious Schools

Proponents of Senate Bill 1146 say they need to give students grounds to sue religious schools for teaching their religion, because ‘discrimination.’ Whatever happened to freedom of religion?

7 Great TV Dads Who Defy The Stereotype

We know TV and movies beat up on dads. But not all of them.