Letter to the President – 2003

The following letter was sent to President George W. Bush: December 19, 2003 VIA FACSIMILE The Honorable George W. Bush President of the United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington D.C. 20500 Dear Mr. President: On behalf … Continue reading

Dispelling Fear at Washburn University

At Washburn University in Topeka, Kans., the Campus “Beautification” Committee recently placed a blasphemous sculpture outside the student union. The sculpture, titled “Holier than Thou,” depicts the bust of a bishop with a fat, cruel and ugly face. The miter … Continue reading

Fiction that Offends!

The BBC News reports that ABC reporter Elizabeth Vargas concedes her network’s one-hour “exploration” of whether Jesus Christ had a wife is going to offend people. However, this will not stop the November 3 screening. The American Society for the … Continue reading

They Aren’t Married

Some newspapers have decided to publish “homosexual unions” in their wedding sections. Such placements have offended just-married couples and have no legal basis in reality since homosexual “marriage” is not recognized in the United States. The role of the press … Continue reading

A Trip to Brazil

I just returned from Brazil with five other American students. The 20-day program, A Trip to Brazil, the Birthplace of the First TFP, sponsored by The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property — TFP, was incredible! … Continue reading

Adding Fuel to the Fire

In the supercharged atmosphere of the abuse scandals, Peter Mullan’s film The Magdalene Sisters is a sensationalist melodrama that only adds fuel to the fire. The film has just been released nationwide and the American Society for the Defense of … Continue reading

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