Catherine Davis


Catherine Davis is the founder and president of The Restoration Project, an initiative dedicated to rebuilding families, promoting the sanctity of life, and educating Americans about issues impacting the Black community.

The American Constitution is a written instrument full and complete in itself. No Court in America, no Congress, no President, can add a single word thereto, or take a single word thereto. It is a great national enactment done by the people, and can only be altered, amended, or added to by the people. — […]


As America appears to be descending into what some believe will be a second civil war over political differences, there is a real civil war being waged against Black women and babies that is rapidly moving America’s Black population into obscurity. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) and others like her have signed onto and promoted this […]


It was amidst the cultural upheaval of the 1960s that “radical feminism” was born. These women were seeking liberation from patriarchy — a system where males held primary power — and among them was a woman named Kate Millet, the first president of the National Organization of Women. At one of their early organizational meetings, […]


Racism and racists have been the hue and cry all over the internet since “the Charlottesville Incident.” Words designed to inflame and incite are being lobbed, lines are being drawn, and sides taken. Should confederate monuments be allowed to stand, or should they be torn down? Those who say they should stand are deemed racist […]


I recently received an email inviting me to participate in President Trump’s “Listening to America Survey to tell me the true sentiments, concerns, and interests of REAL America.” Although it was likely nothing more than a fundraising ploy, I took some time anyway to complete all the questions, hoping against hope that someone might truly […]


First Daughter Ivanka Trump has recently come under attack from Planned Parenthood because of her silence on their agenda since they secretly met in April. Silence does not always mean dissent or assent, however. Sometimes it is just silence — and that silence can cause more harm than good. It has been more than two […]


Planned Parenthood has found itself back in the spotlight in recent weeks, as Congress debates a healthcare bill which would cut off nearly $500 million of its taxpayer funding. This, of course, is not sitting well among its many defenders, who argue taking such a step would rob women of vital healthcare. Planned Parenthood President […]