Tag: antireligious bias

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I’m not sure if this is new or not, but I’ve been seeing an interesting tactic being used by so-called journalists. If they don’t personally see it, it’s not happening. And they are allowed to report it as such. If you have spent any time on Twitter lately, you can see some of the smug […]

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The Roadrunner President

 

TrumpRoadrunnerPresident Trump wears me out just following his schedule, and I’m two decades his junior. He seems to thrive on constant motion. Moreover, the motion is directed, purposeful.

Consider the past week: 17-25 September. President Trump went into the heart of political enemy territory to raise money, then created visuals of real new wall construction, then met with the Australian Prime Minister, set up the Democrats and their media arm, showed he was on top of disaster response in Texas, joined Prime Minister Modi in a large arena venue like a couple of rock superstars, celebrated an Australian opening a new manufacturing plant in Ohio, publicly defended religious liberty on the global stage, placed the globalist climate fraud in perspective, told the world the future belongs to patriots in every land, got multiple international agreements signed, acted as the caring friend of two feuding nuclear powers, demonstrated real transparency, exposed real corruption and collusion, and tied it all up with a bow in a level-headed tour de force press conference Wednesday morning.

Let’s break that down. I’ll break out each phase with bold and underlined section headers, so we do not get lost.

What do young people think about abortion? Are Millennials turning into godless heathens? With abortion and religion in the headlines, Host Jack Butler explores where young people stand on these areas and speculates on how they will develop as issues in the future, with the help of National Review staff writer Alexandra DeSanctis.

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I went digging through my archives of my early (1990s) internet postings and found a hand-coded artifact from the moment (date uncertain) in the 1990s when I first thought the term “secular supremacy/supremacist” was an accurate and useful description. Again, this was written in the 1990s, long before SJW was a thing. The occasion was […]

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A Path for Catholics to Dump the Democratic Party

 

chaputHe’s not warm and fuzzy. He’s closed or combined enough Philadelphia churches and parochial schools (in order to pay church debts) to earn resentment from some of the local faithful.  And I suspect he’s no favorite of Pope Francis, since he was rather glaringly overlooked by the Pope in the latest round of elevations to Cardinal. But Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia has laid out a path for Catholics to turn away from the Democratic Party. Can we all agree that would be a good thing?

About those unthinking, backward Catholics

 

By Archbishop Charles Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. • Posted October 13, 2016