Events of 2003

When Outrageous Becomes Blasphemous

Many of us buy wall calendars but after casually flipping through the pictures the first two weeks of the year we tend to forget them. Ozzy Osbourne’s latest extravagant effort, a family calendar, is hard to forget. The front cover … Continue reading

TFP Launches LulaWatch

With the election of Luis Inacio Lula de Silva (Lula) in Brazil, our southern neighbor took a sharp turn to the left. “Lula” together with leftist leaders in Ecuador, Venezuela and Cuba threatens to form an “axis of evil” south … Continue reading

TFP Urges Government to Cut Funding to UNFPA

The Honorable Colin Powell Secretary of State U.S. Department of State 2201 C Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 20520 Dear Secretary Powell: Since its founding in 1969, the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) has spent approximately $5 billion implementing … Continue reading

Spreading Fatima Far and Wide

The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property’s America Needs Fatima campaign (ANF) has been spreading the messages of Our Lady of Fatima through personal home visitations for over five years and recently tallied the statistics. In … Continue reading

Going Nowhere Fast

Someone once told me that the perpetual motion machine is a good idea that just never worked. I don't blame this person for making such an absurd statement since he knew little about science anyway. I could not help but … Continue reading

Defend Our Lady’s Honor

The lesbian “rock opera” Jesus Has Two Mommies will show December 6-7 at the Somerville Theatre in Somerville Mass., four miles north of Boston. Jesus Has Two Mommies mocks the Virgin Birth, the Holy Family, and shows the Child Jesus … Continue reading

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