Trump Mocks Journalist for Disability

11/26/2015 Comments (29)

Mocking the weak is not a desirable trait in someone seeking the most powerful office in the world. Donald Trump would be in hot water if he were any other candidate but he's apparently immune to such things mainly because so many love the way he confronts his opponents and the media (is that redundant?).

His candidacy, while built on his immigration stance, has persevered because many refuse to let the media take him down. It's not just appreciation for Trump, it's also anger at the media. I'll admit I've gotten a kick out of him at times. But Trump's latest is, I think, revealing of his character. And it's not pretty.

He apparently did not just mock someone with a disability but he may...READ MORE

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Abortionist Claims to be Inspired By Good Samaritan

11/19/2015 Comments (11)

François-Joseph Navez (1787-1869), "Massacre of the Innocents"

An ob/gyn wrote a piece for the New York Times saying he decided to perform abortions after being inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.'s sermon about the Good Samaritan. I don't believe this at all. Let's just get this right straight right off. One of the key targets of the pro-abortion machine is to subvert Christianity into neutrality on the issue of life. See Nancy Pelosi's epic fails at attempting to mislead Catholics into thinking the Church is unclear about abortion for evidence.

Big Abortion knows its enemies. Its enemies are not babies. They're just the fodder that makes the money machine roll. The enemy of Big Abortion is Christianity. Their enemy is the one faith that...READ MORE

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Actress Jennifer Lawrence Doesn't Seem to Like Conservative Christians

11/12/2015 Comments (38)

Academy award winning actress (I think?) Jennifer Lawrence had some not-so-nice things to say about conservative Christians. Not nice at all. I guess she has to make it clear to Hollywood that she's one of them by ranting about women's rights, gay marriage and mocking Christians. Mission accomplished Miss Lawrence. Congratulations, you're just like everyone else around you.

"I was raised a Republican, but I just can't imagine supporting a party that doesn't support women's basic rights," Lawrence told Vogue... "It's 2015 and gay people can get married and we think that we've come so far, so, yay! But have we? I don't want to stay quiet about that stuff," Lawrence told Vogue.


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Prominent Catholic and Pro-Life Jeb Bush Says He'd Kill Baby Hitler

11/09/2015 Comments (24)

This is disturbing. Prominent Catholic and pro-life presidential candidate Jeb Bush told the Huffington Post that if he could go back in time to kill little baby Adolf Hitler he would. In fact, his considered moral response was "Hell yeah" and then he sat back in his best theological repose and thoughtfully added, "You gotta step up man."

Oy. I didn't think I could be less intrigued by a Jeb! candidacy than I was. I was clearly wrong. Look, this is an extreme hypothetical and a silly conversation for a presidential candidate to have but his answer has obvious moral implications. It leaves the question of life up to a cost/benefit analysis. Would a baby do more good or evil if allowed to...READ MORE

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Obama Administration Threatens School Funding in War on Gender

11/06/2015 Comments (29)

We have been told that anti-transgender nutjobs won the day in Houston by running a fear mongering campaign that distorted the truth. We were told that a commercial showing a man in a girl's bathroom was a misleading scare tactic. These accusations have been promoted as truth in much of the mainstream media coverage. However, receiving significantly less coverage is the fact that the Obama administration is pushing for a high school boy (who says he's a girl but still reportedly has all the boy parts) to shower and change in the same locker room as the girls. In fact, the Obama administration is so vehement that this must happen that they are actually threatening pulling federal funding...READ MORE

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College Prof: You Have No Right to More Than One Child

11/02/2015 Comments (32)

A philosophy professor at Bowdoin College, Sarah Conly, really misses China's One-Child policy. I mean, really misses it.

She even wrote a book called “One Child: Do We Have a Right to More" because I don't want to financially support garbage like that. I'm not going to buy that book but she was kind enough to write a column in the Boston Globe putting her anti-human kookiness on display for everyone to see.

In it, she bemoans China ending it's one-child policy and asks "Is this really a good thing?" She thinks not.

She writes, "the idea that people should limit the number of children they have to just one is not, I would argue, a bad one, for the Chinese or for the rest of us."


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Secularist Group Goes Full on Burgermeister Meisterburger

10/29/2015 Comments (10)

You might recall the character Burgermeister Meisterburger from Santa Claus is Comin' to Town. He was the baddie who hated toys and Christmas. Like, a lot.

He said ridiculous things like, "Toys are hereby declared illegal, immoral, unlawful AND anyone found with a toy in his possession will be placed under arrest and thrown in the dungeon. No kidding!"

That was just a cartoon you might say. Well, in real life nobody talks like that, right?

Michael Weinstein, who has called Christians "monsters" and heads up the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, went just as hyperbolic as good ol' Burgermeister. He did everything he could to prevent members of our armed forces being informed...READ MORE

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This Pro-Abortion Liam Neeson Ad Reeks of Anti-Catholicism

10/19/2015 Comments (83)

By Karen Seto (CC BY 2.0)

I expect this from Amnesty International but not the guy who voiced Aslan.

There's a push in Ireland right now to legalize abortion which would require a repeal of the 8th amendment. Amnesty International Ireland has recruited actor Liam Neeson, the voice of Aslan in the Chronicles of Narnia movies, to literally be the voice of the movement. 

The ad itself is blatantly anti-Catholic. Just so you don't think I'm being over-sensitive, I'll quote about the ad:

Over a montage of a moss strewn, abandoned church, Neeson says: "A ghost haunts Ireland. A cruel ghost of the last century... It blindly brings suffering, even death, to the women whose lives it touches. Feared by...READ MORE

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Matt Archbold graduated from Saint Joseph's University in 1995. He is a former journalist who left the newspaper business to raise his five children. He writes for the Creative Minority Report.