The Pro-Abortion Movement’s Best Kept Secret

In the wake of George Tiller’s killing, many pundits and pro-abortionists have tried to project the shadow of his assassination onto the entire pro-life movement. A June 2 Associated Press (AP) article titled: “Suspect in doctor killing railed against abortion” … Continue reading

Courageous Catholics Defeat Feminist Assault

The video above shows how on August 22 Argentina’s annual feminist Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres (National Gathering of Women) finished with a customary march throughout the city. However, when they planned their march to end at the city cathedral, they … Continue reading

An Olympic Farce

When China secured the bid for the 2008 Summer Olympics seven years ago, the communist regime was elated. It was a chance to prove that China had entered the stage as a full-fledged world power, with all the sophistication and … Continue reading

A Link with the Left

Words can have a magical effect on people. Their simple usage can even change the way the public views people and positions. Long ago, the left figured this out and has taken full advantage of the fact. Thus, when homosexuals … Continue reading

Why Homosexual Activists Hate General Peter Pace

President Bush has awarded Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), General Peter Pace the US’s highest civilian award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Not surprisingly, he is once again enduring a “moral lynching” at the hands of … Continue reading

No Such Thing as Neutrality

With the advance of radical secularism into practically every sector of public life, America may seem doomed to an agnostic future that would further degenerate morality and undermine its economy and future position in the world. Such is the danger … Continue reading

A Lot of Hot Air

Czech Republic President, Václav Klaus knows first hand the horrors of Communism. Nevertheless, in a recent question-and-answer session in the US Congress Committee on Energy and Commerce, he stated: As someone who lived under Communism for most of my life, … Continue reading

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