Tierin-Rose Mandelburg
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Tierin-Rose grew up in a large Christian family on the coast of Connecticut. After high school she moved to Alabama to dance with a professional ballet company while attending Liberty University. She served as an MRC Culture intern in Spring 2021 and became staff shortly there after. Her main focus is on pro-life issues and is committed to exposing the lies of the left and to defending babies in the womb. 

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My New Year’s Resolution, or at least my New Year’s prayer, is that I don’t have to hear about any more pro-lifers or pregnancy centers getting attacked. On December 17 a pregnancy center in EastPointe, Michigan was vandalized along with the home of a board member for the center. Vandals spray painted both buildings. It will be interesting to see whether local authorities do much about it.…
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Over the weekend, pro-life advocate Father Frank Pavone was removed from the Vatican. Amid the news, Pavone reaffirmed that he’d not stop fighting for life while other users stood with him in solidarity.  On Dec. 18 a representative for Pope Francis wrote a letter to the United States that was obtained by The New York Times. Pavone, head the advocacy organization called Priests for Life and one-…
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When I was a child who frequented my local children’s museum I always left having learned something new. Whether it was a new fact about dinosaurs, a new constellation to look for in the sky, a new understanding of play-pretend or anything else actually beneficial, my mom was always pleased to bring me. Nowadays however, children’s museums, well at least the one in Richmond, VA, are more focused…
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Some people set good goals and try to accomplish them. Those goals may include losing 10 pounds, maybe trying to secure a job, or working on their mental health. Others set goals that are ridiculous. Like this one.  In St. Petersburg, Florida, a group of organizers set a goal to create the largest “drag queen story time” in hopes of earning a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. The…
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A woman in Phoenix, Arizona pointed out just how woke the Liberty Elementary School District is by dressing as a cat and asking “How many of you believe and confess that I’m a cat?” The woman, Lyndsay Graham, proceed to call out the school board for its obvious progressive agenda.  “I’m a cat. Meow, meow. I’m not a woman dressed as a cat. I am a cat. How many of you believe and confess that I’m…
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Congratulations! You just got married and now can choose which home you’d each like to live in. Yup! Together but apart!  ABC's Dec 14 segment highlighted what hosts called a “growing trend.” Essentially couples are getting married but living apart to keep their lives independent from one another and go about life as they had before they said “I do.” A New York Times story inspired the coverage…
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Inspired by her own account of having been sexually assaulted, popular "Harry Potter" author JK Rowling has launched a charity called "Biera’s Place"  in Edinburgh, Scotland to help female rape victims. "As a survivor of sexual assault myself, I know how important it is that survivors have the option of women-centred and women-delivered care at such a vulnerable time,” she said, according to the…