By Tom Quiner “I never said I opposed fracking,” asserted Joe Biden in last night’s presidential debate. President Trump simply responded, “you said it on tape.” Indeed he has, repeatedly. Watch the video clip above. The clip reminds us that Joe Biden believes in nothing, having made whiplash-inducing flips and flops on a dizzying array…Read More
By Tom Quiner What issue worries you the most? In 2015, the heart of Barack Obama’s final term, the third biggest issue that worried American voters was the possibility of future terrorist attacks on the U.S. According to a Gallup Poll, 51% of Americans feared Islamic terrorism. As of last month, in a different Gallup…Read More
By Thomas J. Maly 1. I have wonderful neighbors. They are welcome in my home almost anytime. However, I have this quaint notion that they should knock and not just come in without permission. Seems to me our country should expect no less. A precondition for meaningful immigration reform is a secure border for our country. …Read More
“How can you vote for that man and that party?”
the daughter sobbed hysterically to her shellshocked parents.
“You’re nothing but a single issue pro-life voter. I can’t even talk with you right now!”
In a conversation between a group of pro-lifers, the scenario above was reported not once, not twice, but three times. Has anything like this happened to you?Read More
“You cannot be Catholic and be a Democrat. Period.”
These pointed words are stated by Fr. James Altman (above) from the Diocese of La Crosse, WI, in a video burning up the internet. More than a quarter of a million people have watched it on YouTube alone. Fr. Altman will surely get some pushback from some of his fellow clerics, even though Catholic Church documents, such as the Catechism of the Catholic Church, state that Catholics can’t directly support certain issues such as abortion.
We’ll leave it to them to wrangle over the sensitive issue of forming consciences of faithful citizenship.Read More
The American landscape is littered with fallen statues of notable historical figures tainted with the stench of racism. A notable statue still stands at the Smithsonian Museum’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C., that of Margaret Sanger.Read More