Why the worst Super Bowl in history was my favorite

By Tom Quiner, Pulse Life Advocates Board President The worst Super Bowl in history was number V. And I loved it. Looking back, it reminds me of the epic battle of pro-lifers against Roe v Wade, which all happened at about the same time. A young Baltimore Colts fan As background, I’m a lifelong Colts…

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Abortion politicians set their sights on Catholic hospitals

Christ called on His Church to heal the sick. Inspired by the teachings of Jesus, Catholic Benedictines proclaim proclaim that “the care of the sick is to be placed above and before every other duty, as if indeed Christ were being directly served by waiting on them.” Down through the ages, Catholic Churches have cared…

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Senator Schumer calls for abortion-on-demand roll call vote today

One of the most deceitfully-named bills in Senate history is up for a vote again today. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer is bringing the ‘Women’s Health Protection Act’ to the Senate floor for another vote, despite failing in a February 28th vote. Schumer is forcing the vote in reaction to the leaked Supreme Court draft…

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Schools don’t teach this during Black History Month

unmarried women

By TOM QUINER Poverty is largely a function of family structure, as you can see in the graphic above. You can see the inverse relationship between the out-of-wedlock birth rate and median income. In other words, poverty isn’t driven by racism; it’s driven by family structure. Marriage is the ultimate path to healthier, happier families,…

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Is Western Civilization Worth Saving?

St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta

Saint Mother Teresa posed a provocative question: “… if a mother can kill her own unborn baby, what is left of Western civilization to save?” There’s no question that Western civilization is under attack. ‘Western Civ’ is a decreasingly required course in institutions of higher learning. And when it is taught, curriculum tends to focus…

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Did you miss me?

Tom Quiner

Dear Quiner’s Diner Readers: I’ve published several thousand blogposts over the past decade. My output dried up on my personal blog here at Quiner’s Diner in recent years. I’m gratified that many have missed my conservative perspective and wondered what happened to me. Here’s what happened: As you may have noticed from reading my posts…

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Top ten religious movies for Lent

By TOM QUINER Lent has started. What a perfect time to enjoy a good religious movie, especially with so many still homebound due to coronavirus concerns. At some time or other in your life, probably during your Lenten fast, you have asked yourself the question, “what is the meaning of life?” And the answer is,…

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