Right Angles


In his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote, “The nation and the world are in dire need of creative extremists.” Three and a half decades later, a King-like spark lit the heart of a little California girl. Lila Rose became a pro-life activist at age nine, after seeing a picture of an aborted child in a book in her home. Now twenty-two years old, the recent graduate of… Read More

“Band of Brothers,” a 2001 ten-part miniseries based on the book of the same name, follows a group of WWII paratroopers, E Company (“Easy Company”), through basic training, the D-Day invasion at Normandy, into occupied France and finally into Germany. Author Stephen Ambrose based his narrative on interviews with Easy Company veterans. In the ninth episode, “Why We Fight,” the soldiers encounter a whole new realm of evil. It’s April 1945, the… Read More

In 2006, Illusion software released a 3D game called RapeLay, which casts the player into the role of a Japanese sex maniac. Players advance by raping women but get penalized if the baby lives. “If she does become pregnant you’re supposed to force her to get an abortion,” one reviewer revealed. This is entertainment? I suppose you could call this a kind of Sex and the City, but something about it just… Read More