The Unbroken Thread asks 12 questions that liberalism and postmodernity seem to have forgotten or do not provide an answer beyond “do as you wish” through the lens of 12 quite diverse thinkers in a stimulating way
Every society chooses the kind of values it promotes with children, and education always compels a form of coercion over children. There lies the central question: do we want to teach them to hate themselves, the color of their skin, their ancestors, and their country?
"The Bishops' document might make mention of the fact that the people who in their personal lives or professional lives are sort of acting in opposition to the doctrine of the Church in any number of ways, should not receive Holy Communion" JD Flynn said
One cannot expect that individuals who use the word 'Latinx' without noticing its intrinsic linguistic colonialism will understand the centrality to Catholicism of what seems to be theological nuances for them
If we tie ideology just to policies, Castillo seems to be a conservative. But then, we shall also consider the liberal revolutionaries of the 19th-century to be conservative due to their steadfast opposition to gay marriage, slaves voting, and women wearing pants
The largest anti-drug operation in the county's history was a total success, eliminating hundreds of large-scale marijuana grow sites that were operated by drug cartels and law enforcement was joined by Rep. Mike Garcia (R-CA)
‘Ending Abortion is the Human Rights Issue of Our Day’: An Interview with Lila Rose, Founder of Live Action
"Nothing even comes close to the 125,000 daily deaths of abortion globally. And then you look at the fact that the law instead of protecting human life as it should, is turned against the most vulnerable members of society. The law doesn't protect the weak, but that it actually enables adults to kill the weakest, the children, when they're in the womb"
Election laws have become the newest battlefront in the war for power in America. Democrats have argued voter ID laws are voter suppression, are they right?
Fighting for Life is a heart-wrenching and raw telling of the worst side of the abortion industry (is there even a good side?) and its efforts to sabotage the pro-life movement