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Political Burnout

October 25, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Political Burnout


With the revelations exposing the many lies and ongoing corruption of our government officials, everyone from Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, FBI Director James Comey, and countless others, it has been a brutal last six months for Americans.
I feel completely spent and burned out. Watching the unraveling of our nation, or at least the recent exposing of what may have existed for a long time now, I find myself disappointed and disillusioned.
I realize Christ is King and, no matter who is president of the United States, this always remains true. But still we face the nation’s collective disappointment over our leaders and those who aspire to be our leaders.
The skeletons in the closet are being paraded out like some kind of sick and macabre procession of lies and deception, fixed and stolen elections, rampant and shameless voter fraud, and sexual perversions.
Finding out about the corruption in the Clinton campaign is bad enough, but the amount of the corruption is enough to make one lose hope in our supposed democracy. … Continue Reading

Arizona GOP Activist Explains His “Never McCain” Effort

October 24, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Arizona GOP Activist Explains His “Never McCain” Effort

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PHOENIX — A veteran Arizona conservative Republican activist, Rob Haney, launched an effort to defeat U.S. GOP Sen. John McCain in the November election, even though liberal Democratic Senate candidate Ann Kirkpatrick would replace him.
Among various items, Haney points to the powerful McCain’s lack of significant conservative legislation despite decades in Washington, his continuing hostility to conservatives, and the fact that when McCain moved to the Grand Canyon State, he planned to run as a Democrat but was told he couldn’t win the congressional district he wanted with that party.
Haney, a supporter of GOP nominee Donald Trump for president, also notes McCain’s inconstancy toward Trump.
After being standoffish toward the billionaire, McCain successfully sought Trump’s endorsement for Arizona’s August primary election, where McCain triumphed. But the Arizona senator then withdrew his own endorsement of Trump in October after an old tape of lewd comments by Trump surfaced, for which the New Yorker apologized. … Continue Reading

Kaine And Clinton . . . Think That Flapping Their Lips Makes Voters Blind To Reality

October 23, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Kaine And Clinton . . . Think That Flapping Their Lips Makes Voters Blind To Reality


As a native of Mexico born early in the 20th century, new St. José Sanchez del Rio, canonized in mid-October, spoke Spanish. But he also spoke an entirely different language from this year’s Spanish-speaking U.S. Democratic vice-presidential hopeful, Tim Kaine.
Shortly before his 15th birthday, Sanchez was tortured and martyred by the sternly anti-Catholic Mexican government of that era for refusing to renounce Christ. He had been a flag bearer for the Cristeros, the heroic Catholics who rose to war against the Godless government that was punishing the Church and her faithful.
They threw the government back on its heels. Without their armed resistance, how much longer would the political rulers have been hanging Catholics in rows from telephone poles alongside the railroad tracks?
Kaine, who claims to be a Catholic, talks in an entirely different tongue about life-ending topics. He worships a U.S. government increasingly hostile to Catholics and other religious people. To Kaine, young Sanchez’s sacrifice of his own life had to be useless and foolish. All the youngster needed to say was the blasphemous, “Death to Christ the King.” … Continue Reading

Is The System Rigged? You Betcha!

October 22, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Is The System Rigged? You Betcha!


“Remember, it’s a rigged system. It’s a rigged election,” said Donald Trump in New Hampshire on Saturday, October 15.
The stunned recoil in this city suggests this bunker buster went right down the chimney. As the French put it, “Il n’y a que la vérité qui blesse.” It is only the truth that hurts.
In what sense is the system rigged?
Consider Big Media — the elite columnists and commentators, the dominant national press, and the national and cable networks, save Fox News. Not in this writer’s lifetime has there been such blanket hatred and hostility of a presidential candidate of a major party.
“So what?” they reply. “We have a free press!”
But in this election, Big Media have burst out of the closet as an adjunct of the regime and the attack arm of the Clinton campaign, aiming to bring Trump down.
Half a century ago, Theodore White wrote of the power and bias of the “adversary press” that sought to bring down Richard Nixon.
“The power of the press in America,” wrote Teddy, “is a primordial one. It sets the agenda of public discussion; and this sweeping power is unrestrained by any law. It determines what people will talk about and think about — an authority that in other nations is reserved for tyrants, priests, parties, and mandarins.” … Continue Reading

Banned Books Week: Again

October 21, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Banned Books Week: Again


It is that time of the year again as I write this, the last week of September, Banned Books Week. I keep thinking that the trendy leftists behind this yearly tub-thumping against censorship will get hit with an “uh-oh moment” and start sending emails to each other to stop this annual bout of self-congratulatory posturing.
Why would they do that? Well, wouldn’t you think they would be alarmed that the American people will notice that they are the same crowd that is leading the charge to censor everything they disagree with in the name of political correctness?
Shouldn’t they be worrying about what their response will be if someone asks them how they can lead the charge against “microaggressions” and to disinvite conservative speakers on campus, while at the same time becoming indignant when some parents’ group wants to remove a book glamorizing teenage homosexual encounters from a high school’s reading list? But they are unfazed. The champions of Banned Books Week go on, head high and undaunted. The “free speech” advocates get away with ignoring the list of the books that they ban.
What books am I talking about? Check it out for yourself. Your local high school library is not likely to have copies of Joel Chandler Harris’ Song of the South, or the children’s story about “Little Black Sambo,” or books by former homosexuals describing how they were able to cure themselves of a same-sex attraction, books that could be described as anti-Semitic, books glamorizing right-wing militias. There will be no videos in the school library of the old Amos and Andy show or The Our Gang comedies, because of what critics allege is material demeaning of African-Americans that can be found in them. … Continue Reading

The Right To Life “Trumps” All Else

October 20, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on The Right To Life “Trumps” All Else

A last-minute plea … To the Glenn Becks, Never Trumpers, Third Party Crowd, and the rest of the voters who are facilitating a Hillary Clinton victory:
Each presidential election becomes more critical than the last, as our country continues its fast track to distance itself from our Creator and His laws. Here we are again with another election more important than the last. To the Catholic and the Christian, the two most crucial issues of the day are the right to life and the right to religious liberty, period.

Without life, the most fundamental right, all other rights become insignificant. If we lose the right to practice our faith, every other right also becomes inconsequential. Any person or politician who does not respect these two rights will ultimately compromise or negotiate on any other right.
Either major candidate in this year’s presidential election will have a direct and lasting impact on both of these issues. And they draw a stark contrast.
Donald Trump has said he will support the pro-life cause, from the appointment of pro-life Supreme Court justices to upholding the Hyde Amendment to defunding Planned Parenthood. He also has assured us he will protect our religious liberties.Witness the last debate.
Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, has promised us that she … Continue Reading

Of Straw Men And “Toxic Commentators”

October 20, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Of Straw Men And “Toxic Commentators”


The term “a straw man” is a useful figure of speech. It points to a tactic used by commentators to create an unfair or overly simplistic caricature of an opponent or opposition point of view. It is done to carry the day in a debate by casting the opposition’s ideas in the worst light — to make them as easy to cut apart as a child’s straw doll.
Everyone — on the left and on the right — agrees it is a cheap shot to use the tactic. But only in theory. Journalists and politicians — and the folks around the water cooler — do it all the time when it is useful for them. What is hard to determine is whether they do it deliberately and dishonestly, or if they fail to recognize this faulty logic when they employ it themselves. The latter is possible: Political enthusiasm can blur one’s judgment.
For example, I am not sure if Stephen Colbert was being deliberately dishonest when he scolded white conservatives for condemning the black rioters in Charlotte a few weeks ago for their violent tactics, when those white conservatives also condemned the football player Colin Kaepernick for kneeling silently in peaceful protest during the National Anthem. Colbert’s point was that this was hypocritical of whites, a reflection of a frame of mind that condemned blacks whether they protested peacefully or resorted to violence.
Please. One would be hard pressed to find a white conservative who condemned the violence in Charlotte, who would also have condemned the protesters in that city if they had knelt like Kaepernick in a peaceful prayer vigil. Their argument against Kaepernick was based on other grounds. Colbert created a straw man of white conservatives who could not make this distinction. … Continue Reading

Will Trump’s Towering Inferno Of Public Outrage Prevail Over Hillary?

October 19, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Will Trump’s Towering Inferno Of Public Outrage Prevail Over Hillary?


Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tweets attention-getting remarks, but one of his comments on October 11 was so sadly, obviously true, it was boring.
With the exception of Bernie Sanders being cheated of this year’s Democratic presidential nomination, Trump tweeted, “the Dems have always proven to be far more loyal to each other than the Republicans!”
Exactly. No matter how outrageous a Democrat candidate’s record or life, party members unify and lock arms in his defense, but Republican officials scatter and run for cover or collapse if hostile media say bad things about a GOP hopeful.
Of course, these media are a lot less likely to attack their Democrat pals than assault Republicans, so Democrats know they can get away with lots more darned mischief.
Trump’s mentioning Sanders being cheated referred to WikiLeaks revelations of the Democratic National Committee scandal that top party officials worked secretly to ensure the nomination this year for crime-covered Hillary Clinton rather than dreamy socialist theorist Sanders.
Sure enough, Sanders threw his post-primaries support to Clinton despite her knife in his back.
The morning after the story burst that Trump engaged in lewd talk 11 years ago, the October 8 online front page of The Wall Street Journal, while reporting that scared Republicans were stampeding away from Trump, also had a story about Sanders standing firm for Clinton despite a new WikiLeaks embarrassment to her. … Continue Reading

Catholics Must Hold Hillary Accountable

October 18, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Catholics Must Hold Hillary Accountable


My friend Brian Burch who heads CatholicVote.org has launched an ongoing campaign this election season which I encourage us all to take part in until Hillary Clinton’s campaign realizes that they messed with the wrong tribe.
In an email sent out October 12 by Catholic Vote.org, Burch starts out with this message; “Two words Hillary Clinton should use at her morning staff meeting: ‘You’re fired!’,” referring to Clinton staff caught demeaning Catholics and evangelicals in recently released hacked emails by Wiki
Of course the likelihood of Clinton firing any of her crooked campaign staff is nil, particularly for insulting Catholics. We’re more likely to see Clinton reward that kind of misbehavior.
Burch goes on to explain in his email about how these recently “leaked” email transcripts bring to light what Clinton’s staffers truly think about Catholics and evangelicals, referring to us as “unaware” and “severely backwards,” painting us Christian Americans as a bunch of antiquated religious zealots who are out-of-touch with their Godless modernist utopian agendas.
Burch writes about “an email exchange entitled ‘Conservative Catholicism’ between Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, campaign spokesperson Jennifer Palmieri, and John Halpin, a staffer at the Clinton-allied Center for American Progress. … Continue Reading

Foes Of Columbus Day . . . Should Open Themselves To Discover Its Social Riches

October 17, 2016 Frontpage Comments Off on Foes Of Columbus Day . . . Should Open Themselves To Discover Its Social Riches


PHOENIX — Those old enough to have been in Catholic elementary school back in the mid-20th century probably remember October’s Columbus Day being celebrated with an added religious perspective.
Like the larger U.S. society, the school kids observed the advent of what was regarded as the gift of the beginning of Western, Christian civilization on North American shores. But they also knew that heroic Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, acting for the Spanish crown, and the vanguard he represented meant the arrival of Catholicism to a pagan people.
Not anti-religious people, but ones with an incomplete, pagan religious understanding of a limited place in the cosmos. The Cross was planted in a part of the world that wasn’t new to the indigenous already here, but it was the New World to Europeans far from their native places.
In the 1960s in the U.S., virulent new strains of leftism and multiculturalism began to plant their own banners on this soil. Jealous of competition, they looked forward to supplanting the prevailing faith with their own. It was sort of Columbus in reverse. The Italian explorer no longer was the legate of God, but a face on a contrived wanted-criminal poster, maybe designed in a university art class. … Continue Reading

Live From New York Should a Catholic Vote for Hillary or Trump?

Almighty God has been very good  in giving us as the day’s Gospel passage that of Our Lord’s famous admonition to “render to Caesar what is Caesar’s but to God what is God’s.” I say that in view of the…Continue Reading

Catholic university blasts ‘Unborn Lives Matter’ posters as ‘bigotry,’ bans them on campus

CHICAGO, Illinois, October 18, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – College Republicans at DePaul University were prohibited by the university president from displaying posters on campus advertising their group with the pro-life message, “Unborn Lives Matter.” Vincentian Father Dennis Holtschneider indicated to the…Continue Reading

For Archbishop Chaput, ‘Catholic Spring’ group did untold damage

Philadelphia, Pa., Oct 14, 2016 / 05:53 pm (CNA).- Archbishop Charles J. Chaput did not enjoy his first and only encounter with two leaders of Catholics United. “It was an interesting experience,” Archbishop Chaput recounted in his Oct. 13 column…Continue Reading

The anti-Catholic Catholics (and the bishops who support them)

Yesterday Ross Douthat of the New York Times embarked on a lengthy Tweetstorm —21 tweets in all—questioning whether it’s accurate to refer to the leaked emails from the Clinton campaign as evidence of “anti-Catholic” bigotry. Douthat—who is no friend of…Continue Reading

The next ‘deplorables’? Clinton campaign rips ‘backwards’ Catholic beliefs in leaked e-mails

WASHINGTON, D.C., October 11, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – “Conservative Catholics” are the latest Americans to be smeared by members of Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign, leaked emails revealed on Tuesday show. Catholic beliefs are bashed as “backwards” and conservative Catholics…Continue Reading

German Bishop’s New Proposal: “There Exists More Than Man and Woman”

The Catholic Church in Germany seems to be becoming more and more unbounded in its proposals. In the recent past, for examples, the official website of the German Bishops’ Conference, katholisch.de, has reported about the idea to have women cardinals; about…Continue Reading

Cardinal Sarah presents counter-vision to Francis as he launches new book

After being reprimanded by Pope Francis over the summer for calling on priests to face east while saying Mass, Cardinal Robert Sarah is refusing to back down and is becoming a rallying point of opposition to this papacy.  The Vatican’s…Continue Reading

Massachusetts’ highest court grants full parental rights to unmarried gay woman

BOSTON – The Mass. court that paved the way for same-sex marriage in the United States ruled Tuesday that an unmarried gay woman whose former girlfriend gave birth to two children through artificial insemination has the same parental rights as…Continue Reading

Shunned for supporting natural marriage, former Mozilla CEO is back with new browser

SAN FRANCISCO, September 28, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — The former CEO of Mozilla has released a new Internet browser called Brave. Brendan Eich, the creator of JavaScript, continues to lead the technological revolution with Brave, an innovative concept in Internet browsers.…Continue Reading

Lay Catholic Group: Tim Kaine’s Radical Views Stem From Embrace of Liberation Theology

An organization of committed lay Catholics is challenging Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, who’s invoking his Catholic faith and the words of Pope Francis as a basis for his radical positions on abortion and marriage, as well as his…Continue Reading

Quebec cardinal won’t refuse funerals for those choosing assisted suicide

Cardinal Gerald Lacroix of Quebec said he has no intention to follow in the steps of his fellow Canadian bishops of Alberta and the Northwest Territories in refusing funerals for those who asked to be euthanized. “I don’t plan specific…Continue Reading

Shocking Report Reveals Scientists Have Created the Word’s First Baby With Three-Parents

A shocking new report claims the world’s first three-parent baby (pictured above) has been born. Children born through ‘three-person IVF’ would contain some genetic material from each of three different people. There are about 50 known mitochondrial diseases (MCDs), which…Continue Reading


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This Weeks Comments And Letters . . .

Culture Of Life 101 . . . “An Introduction To The Problem Of Euthanasia”

By BRIAN CLOWES Part 2 (Editor’s Note: Brian Clowes has been director of research and training at Human Life International since 1995. For an electronic copy of chapter 23 of The Facts of Life, a 150-page treatise on all of the aspects of euthanasia, e-mail him at bclowes@hli.org.) + + + We have covered the definitions of the varieties of…Continue Reading

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Planned Parenthood rips proposal to require father’s consent for abortion

SOUTH CAROLINA, October 21, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) is walking back suggestions it made last month that fathers of pre-born children consent for their mothers to abort them. The proposed regulations would possibly update abortion accident reporting requirements, requirements for abortion licensure, “complaint reporting, patient rights, infection control,” “record maintenance,” and “fire and life safety requirements,” according to the SCDHEC, which is accepting public comment on…Continue Reading

Philadelphia Archbishop Chaput welcomes ‘smaller church’ of holier Catholics

(RNS) In a stark prognosis for contemporary Catholicism, a leader of the conservative wing of the U.S. hierarchy has said that “a smaller, lighter church” of fewer but holier believers is preferable to one that promotes inclusion at the expense of traditional orthodoxy. In a speech delivered Wednesday (Oct. 19) at the University of Notre Dame, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput also suggested that many prominent Catholics are so weak in their faith that they ought…Continue Reading

Kansas archbishop blasts Kaine: He’s an ‘orthodox’ Democrat but a ‘cafeteria Catholic’


KANSAS CITY, Kansas, October 17, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — The archbishop of Kansas City, Kansas, has lambasted Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine for supporting abortion on demand while simultaneously touting his Catholic faith. Kaine is an “orthodox” Democrat but only a “cafeteria Catholic” who picks and chooses “the teachings of the Catholic Church that are politically convenient,” Archbishop Joseph Naumann wrote in a devastating critique of the Virginia senator. “It was painful to listen…Continue Reading

U.S. Catholics Under Attack

WikiLeaks did it again with another e-mail release, 1,200 of them, and this time exposing the deliberate attempts by the Clinton campaign to disrupt, undermine and, yes, try to destroy the Catholic Church. Their intent was (is) to plant the “seeds of the revolution” within the institution. Among the e-mails are communications between Clinton operatives that are clearly filled with bigotry. If anyone had any doubt that Hillary Clinton and the people around her have…Continue Reading

Fake Catholic Groups and the “Catholic Spring” Emails


It is now impossible to deny that Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good and Catholics United have worked for years to undermine and manipulate Catholic leadership Beginning in 2007, orthodox Catholic writers including myself wrote dozens of articles in an attempt to expose the funding and duplicitousness of two fake Catholic groups: the George Soros-funded Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good and Catholics United. (For example, see here and here and here.) Now,…Continue Reading

Time To Pray Unceasingly . . . The Catholic Church Is Under Attack

By FR. MICHAEL P. ORSI The Gospel reading for Sunday, October 16 was Jesus’ parable about the persistent widow demanding of a corrupt judge that he render a fair verdict on her claim. The judge gives in “lest she finally come and strike me.” It’s a humorous anecdote which Jesus turns into an illustration of…Continue Reading

A Movie Review . . . Coming To God In An Unconventional Way

By REY FLORES “I see you dressed in white. Every wrong made right. I see a rose in bloom. At the sight of you (oh so priceless). Irreplaceable, unmistakable, incomparable. I see it all in you (oh so priceless).” The above are the closing lyrics for the song Priceless by country duo For King &…Continue Reading

A Disillusioned Marxist Professor

By JAMES K. FITZPATRICK I spent much of my adult life observing left-wing academics who professed a fondness for socialism in one form or another. Some were my professors, others colleagues. More than a few were New Left Marxists who spoke openly in admiration of Mao, Fidel Castro, and the Sandinistas. One woman I taught…Continue Reading

The March To Totalitarianism

By DONALD DeMARCO Hannah Arendt, best known for her denunciation of totalitarianism in her book, Eichmann in Jerusalem, has made the comment that “the aim of totalitarian education has never been to instill convictions but to destroy the capacity to form any.” Totalitarianism can appeal only to the unthinking masses. A true education, let it…Continue Reading

Culture Of Life 101 . . . “Advance Medical Directives: The Living Will”

By BRIAN CLOWES (Editor’s Note: Brian Clowes has been director of research and training at Human Life International since 1995. For an electronic copy of chapter 23 of The Facts of Life, “Euthanasia,” e-mail him at bclowes@hli.org.) + + + “Evil committed for a good cause remains evil.” “Even when it succeeds?” “Above all when…Continue Reading


Our Catholic Faith (Section B of print edition)

A Leaven In The World… Pray Always And Never Grow Weary

By FR. KEVIN M. CUSICK A moment of dawning experience when I was young gave birth to a nearly perfect prayer. This farewell to innocence of which I speak was a blessing. In the light of it I came to know the presence of God through His goodness which is the heart of prayer in the life of faith. I…Continue Reading

What Is Faith?… Other Attributes Of God

By RAYMOND DE SOUZA Part 8 “I love thee, Lord, my strength. The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold” (Psalm 18:1-2). The enthusiasm with which the psalmist praises God our Lord comes from his knowledge of God’s…Continue Reading

Confirmation In The Economy Of Salvation

By DON FIER Part 2 In the introductory paragraph of its section on the Sacrament of Confirmation, the Roman Catechism [RC], promulgated in 1566 by Pope St. Pius V soon after the Council of Trent, are the following words: “If there was ever a time when the Sacrament of Confirmation needed to be explained carefully, that time is now. All…Continue Reading

Catholic Replies

Editor’s Note: J.H.T. of North Carolina, a deacon who has been a witness to the “liturgical wars” of the past half-century, has recommended an “extraordinary book” — Peter Kwasniewski’s Resurgent in the Midst of Crisis: Sacred Liturgy, the Traditional Latin Mass, and Renewal in the Church — that he says should be read by all Catholics, clergy and lay, who…Continue Reading

The Lover Of Souls

By FR. ROBERT ALTIER Thirty-First Sunday In Ordinary Time (YR C) Readings: Wisdom 11:22-12 2 Thess. 1:11-2:2 Luke 19:1-10 In the first reading today, we are given a good perspective on things: Before the Lord, the entire universe is less than a drop of morning dew on the Earth. When we consider one tiny drop of dew in comparison to…Continue Reading

Catholic Heroes… St. Colman Of Kilmacduagh

By CAROLE BRESLIN Ireland, the Emerald Isle, a green country of lush fauna, friendly people, and beautiful views — if you can find a clear day — has a rich and troubled heritage. It is a land full of the lore of elves, fairies, and, most important, Catholic saints. Numerous books have been written about the many Irish saints and…Continue Reading

Blessed Giuseppe Puglisi

By CAROLE BRESLIN When a society is riddled with evil and corruption, the worst thing we can do is to remain quiet. If we truly believe in God, then it is our obligation to do all we can to save the souls in danger of being lost in such a society. The threats and dangers of this world are not…Continue Reading