When Perseverance Pays Off

When Perseverance Pays Off

The recent closing of the last abortion clinic in South Dakota is a landmark for the pro-life movement in the United States. Since 1973, when Roe v. Wade legalized abortion, over 48,000,000 babies have been killed, roughly three-quarters of the population of the United Kingdom. In 2005, a South Dakota law passed, … Read more

Blessed Francisco: Contemplator of the Universe

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In May 1946, Sister Lucia, then a Dorothean nun, went to Fatima to visit the sites of the apparitions of the angel (1916) and Our Lady (1917). At Valinhos, where the fourth apparition of Our Lady took place, a group was waiting for her that including her uncle Marto, the father of … Read more

Why Homosexual Activists Hate General Peter Pace

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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 liberal media and homosexual activists across the nation. Controversy began plaguing General … Read more

A Wolf at the Door

A Wolf at the Door

The colorful controversy surrounding 63-year-old Ronald Larsen is enough to attract anyone’s attention. He was born in America – Montana, no less – and now lives on a working ranch in Bolivia. His entrepreneurial skills have favored the poor Guarani Indians since his arrival in 1968. His 37,000-acre ranch, however, has put … Read more

Keeping up the Pressure:

With all the uproar about the abuse scandals, it seems unbelievable that an open sacrilegious scandal continues at the Diocesan Museum of Vienna, Dommuseum, just across the street from the city’s magnificent Saint Stephen’s Cathedral. The blasphemous exhibit, titled: “Religion, Flesh and Power, ” caused an uproar around Holy Week with its … Read more

Ed Snell’s Assailant Goes to Trial

Ed Snell’s Assailant Goes to Trial

I arrived at Dauphin County Prison Courthouse early on January 31. The preliminary proceedings against Nathan Richardson, assailant of pro-lifer Ed Snell, were scheduled for 9:00 a.m. and it was still before 8:00 a.m. I decided to take a short drive through the area and think through the events as I remembered … Read more

A Wake-up Call for the West

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The most recent Chinese import scandal is settling down, but the affair has again raised questions about the privileged treatment the West pays to the communist country. This includes: granting them “most favored nation” trade status, increasing importation of substandard and even dangerous goods that enter the US with little or no … Read more

Warrior Prince Harry Returns Home a Hero

Warrior Prince Harry Returns Home a Hero

There was a time when society’s privileged realized that the advantages of their position came with grave responsibilities. Then it was truly believed that: “much is expected of those who have been given much.” Historically, the nobility epitomized this role. Hence the French saying: “Noblesse oblige,” (Nobility brings obligations). The very genesis … Read more

Colombia’s Rejection of Terrorism – Unnoticed?

Colombia's Rejection of Terrorism – Unnoticed? 1

The massive protest had everything to grab the major headlines — drama, numbers, human interest, and even an Internet hero-organizer. It was also good news with a striking and timely anti-terrorist theme. However, this smashing success story simply did not seem to inspire much commentary or encouragement. Although the wires carried the … Read more