By Tom Quiner A religion is defined by dogma. After all, what is a religion but a set of principles and beliefs; that is, dogmas. The Roman Catholic Church has a set of dogmas that are virtually unchanged for 2000 years. Protestantism has splintered into some 30,000 to 40,000 strains, each with their own sets…

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By Tom Quiner President Trump nominated Amy Barrett to be a judge for the United States Court of Appeals on the Seventh Circuit. Ms. Barrett is married with 7 children, and she is a practicing Roman Catholic. Senator Diane Feinstein was deeply disturbed by the Rhodes Scholar’s Catholicism, stating: “The [Catholic] dogma lives loudly within…

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Senator Diane Feinstein in 2006:

“…I think when it comes to filibustering a Supreme Court appointment, you really have to have something out there–whether it’s gross moral turpitude or something that comes to the surface. Now, I mean, this is a man I might disagree with. That doesn’t mean he shouldn’t be on the court.”

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