Dr. Susan Berry

Dr. Susan Berry

Susan Berry has a doctorate in psychology. She writes about cultural, educational, and healthcare issues.
Sen. Steve Daines, a Republican from Montana, announced during the March for Life rally Friday that he has launched the first pro-life caucus in the U.S. Senate.

Montana Sen. Steve Daines Launches Pro-Life Caucus in Senate

Daines told the thousands of pro-life activists gathered on the National Mall, “I have a very exciting announcement to share with you here today. I’m very proud to announce that I have founded the first-ever pro-life caucus in the United States Senate.”

Anti-abortion activists rally on the steps of the Texas Capitol to condemn the use in medical research of tissue samples from aborted fetuses, Tuesday, July 28, 2015, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Senate to Vote on Bill Blocking Taxpayer Funding of Abortion

A vote this week on the measure – as hundreds of thousands of pro-life activists descend upon the nation’s capital during the March for Life – would mark the first time the Senate has voted on this legislation.

Pro-life activists protest in front of the White House on January 21, 2014 in Washington, DC. Pro-life activists gather each year to protest on the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. AFP PHOTO/Jewel SAMAD (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Members of Congress Urge Trump to Protect Pro-Life Policy

On Tuesday, 169 members of the House – led by Republican Rep. Chris Smith of New Jersey – and 49 senators – led by Republican Sen. Steve Daines of Montana – sent letters to the president asking him to veto any legislation that weakens federal pro-life policy.

Anti-abortion activists from around the US gather in Washington, DC January 19, 2018 for the annual 'March for Life.' / AFP PHOTO / Eva HAMBACH (Photo credit should read EVA HAMBACH/AFP/Getty Images)

Poll: 75% of Americans Say Abortion Should Be Restricted

“As in past years, this poll shows that the pro-choice label on the abortion issue is simply insufficient,” said Knights of Columbus CEO Carl Anderson. “The majority of Americans – in both parties – support legal restrictions on abortion.”

A school bus arrives with students as teachers and their supporters picket outside John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, California on the first day of the teachers' strike, on January 14, 2019. - Teachers of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), the second largest public school district in …

Los Angeles Teachers’ Strike Fueled by Radical #RedForEd ‘Propaganda’ Movement

However, Rebecca Friedrichs, who spearheaded a national movement to wrest control of public schools from teachers’ unions, writes at the Orange County Register that the #RedForEd walkouts – which played prominently last year in the Arizona teachers’ strike, as well as others – are “deceptively promoted as a ‘grassroots movement’ led by teachers.”

medicare FILE - In this July 12, 2008 file photo, a gavel rests on the table of a model court room at Mexico's National Institute of Penal Sciences in Mexico City. The model courtroom has been used by students to prepare for the new legal system that will replace its …

MA Supreme Court Weighs Public Sector Union Compulsory Fees

In an amicus curiae brief filed by the Boston-based Pioneer Institute’s public interest law arm, PioneerLegal argued the First Amendment “precludes coercing non-union public employees into financially supporting speech preferred by unions.”

In this Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018 photo, a contestant exercises backstage during the National Amateur Body Builders' Association competition in Tel Aviv, Israel. Exhausted from weeks of strict dieting and last-minute exertions, the muscle-bound athletes primped, painted and prepped before taking the stage. (AP Photo/Oded Balilty)

Psychologists Declare Traditional Masculinity ‘Harmful’

According to an APA announcement, the release of Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Boys and Men comes after a review of more than 40 years of research showing that men who are not emotionally expressive are damaged and end up with serious behavior problems.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JANUARY 28: Children wave their hands at a private nursery school January 28, 2005 in Glasgow, Scotland. The average price of pre-school care has increased over the past year, sending child care prices to an average of GBP200 in parts of the southeast. Many working parents in …

School Choice Advocates Market Vouchers to Illegal Aliens

“The Supreme Court ruled in the Plyler decision that free public education cannot by denied to any student from Kindergarten to the last year of high school (12th grade) due to their parents’ migration status,” the AFC notice to Spanish-speaking parents states. “Just like the public education system, the ESA program does not require proof of income, proof of migration status, and children do not need to have certain grades to enter the ESA program, according to the ESA law.”

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Hillary Clinton Joins NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo in Push for Very Late-Term Abortions

Additionally, the bill eliminates any concept that an unborn baby is a “person.” The legislation ends criminal penalties for self-abortion and – in the case of an unborn baby who is the victim of a homicide – defines “person” as “a human being who has been born and is alive.”

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Planned Parenthood Erects Billboards Urging Women to ‘Say Abortion’

“Planned Parenthood envisions a culture where abortion access is understood as a basic human right, an essential part of health care and a normal part of life,” said Dr. Jill Meadows, medical director for Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, in a statement.

Yes campaigners jubilate as they wait for the official result of the Irish abortion referendum, at Dublin Castle in Dublin on May 26, 2018. - Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar hailed a 'quiet revolution' on Saturday as this traditionally Catholic country looked set to liberalise some of Europe's strictest abortion …

Ireland to Begin Legal Abortions January 7

Chris Fitzpatrick, a consultant obstetrician and gynecologist at the Coombe hospital, wrote at the Irish Times that the push to start performing abortions is undermining clinical and safety concerns.