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Fox News Debate . . . Moderators Amaze By Overlooking PP Baby-Organs Scandal

August 16, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off

By DEXTER DUGGAN Hearts beat faster in Cleveland before the 17 Republican presidential candidates went at it in two nationally watched debates moderated by Fox News on August 6. Not only the hearts of candidates and their fans, who knew their political fortunes could pivot on their performances there. But also hearts of many others, including liberal media powerhouses all too aware that their darling Planned Parenthood recently was put on defense concerning shocking revelations by the Center for Medical Progress about PP manipulating abortions so as to reap profitable hearts, brains, lungs, and other organs from babies it kills. By the end of the evening, there was heartbreak for many others, disappointed or perplexed by some of the network…Continue Reading

Love And Marriage

August 15, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off

By REY FLORES On August 12, 2015, my wife Mary and I celebrated 15 years of marriage. A lot can happen in 15 years, including seven children in our case. Six of them are here with one little angel in Heaven. My wife Mary has been the most absolute blessing that God has bestowed upon me. She’s smart, she’s beautiful, she’s brought six wonderful children into this world, and, best of all, she loves God with all of her heart. When people talk about a “good Christian woman,” they speak of people like my wife, except she’s even better because she is “a good Catholic woman.” My wife complements me just as God intended in His plan for marriage. One…Continue Reading

Sixth Planned Parenthood Video . . . Obtaining Aborted Baby Parts Is “Not An Option, It’s A Demand”

August 14, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off

By DEXTER DUGGAN Let’s walk in to The New York Times, or Washington Post, or Los Angeles Times, or any other major — and likely very pro-abortion — newspaper. Who are those folks over there? All the copy editors. And there? The section editors. And there? The managing editor. There? Two deputy editors. And next to them? The editor. Editing seems to be a pretty important job here — selecting and slapping into shape the local, national, and international events for each day’s paper and website. What? They don’t publish every single word spoken at the county and federal courthouses, the airport control towers, the downtown and suburban city councils, the state capitol, the national capitol, the foreign embassies, everyone’s…Continue Reading

Mark Levin To Rising Generation . . . Will You Choose Freedom?

August 13, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off

By TERENCE P. JEFFREY Will the children and grandchildren in America today have the same chance to live in prosperity and freedom as previous generations of Americans? “Can we simultaneously love our children but betray their generation and generations yet born?” Mark Levin asks in the first sentence of his new book, Plunder and Deceit. Levin then presents a tragic irony. “Among the least acknowledged facts of American modernity,” he writes, “is the extent to which parents, acting in their familial capacity, naturally and tenaciously guard their young children from threat and peril, to the point of risking their own physical and economic security in extreme cases; however, as part of the political and governing community — that is, the…Continue Reading

Who Helped Trump Rise? Surprise, It Includes Bishops

August 12, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off

By DEXTER DUGGAN Although he’s no longer president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, New York’s Timothy Cardinal Dolan might show more discretion while presiding for the Church in one of the world’s media capitals. The cardinal has misstepped on topics including homosexuality — “Bravo” for Michael Sam — and parading for St. Patrick. Repeatedly, he also has alleged inexcusable bigotry against those who disagree with him on “immigration.” Dolan’s is an embarrassing approach best forgotten. However, in an opinion article under his byline in the New York Daily News posted July 29, Dolan returns to this task. He first writes of past manifestations of nativists, Know-Nothings, the Ku Klux Klan, and other racists. He commends himself for having…Continue Reading

The Slaughter Of Babies

August 11, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off

By ANDREW P. NAPOLITANO The recent broadcast of videotapes taken of persons employed at Planned Parenthood — the prolific and notorious abortion provider — has brought the issue of abortion to the national consciousness again and front and center to the Republican presidential primary campaign. The tapes were made secretly by a pro-life group determined to show to the world the dark side of Planned Parenthood’s use of federal funds. What the world saw was terrifying and damning. The tapes are difficult to watch, just as any discussion of human slaughter is difficult to watch. If you have seen these tapes, you witnessed physicians and others talking about the profits Planned Parenthood is making in the sale of baby body…Continue Reading

Building On The Past . . . A Look Back At The 1980 Synod On Marriage And The Family

August 10, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off
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By LOUISE KIRK (Editor’s Note: Louise Kirk is an author and journalist in England, with specialties in Church teaching on the family and natural family planning. She will be covering the upcoming October Synod on the Family for The Wanderer.) + + + Scanning through The Wanderer’s reports on 1980 Extraordinary Synod on the family and marriage, familiar terms pop out at me: the need to respect individual conscience, calls for a more positive response to the “Spirit of the Age,” the principle of gradualism, and in particular the desire of divorced and remarried couples to receive the Eucharist. I am surprised. This is not the Extraordinary Synod of last year we are talking about, but the Fifth General Synod…Continue Reading

As Groups Fight To Suppress Videos . . . Abortion Shocker Shows “Good Germans” Now “Good Democrats”

August 9, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off
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By DEXTER DUGGAN Amid the continuing release of gruesome Planned Parenthood abortion videos by the pro-life Center for Medical Progress, one photo had a power all its own. It showed stricken-looking men seated in a theater, some wide-eyed or shame-faced, some holding their hands to their heads, one apparently wiping away tears. This photo at the Patheos website accompanied an article by Fr. Dwight Longenecker on the fifth CMP video, released August 4, which included what looked like a casserole dish from the freezer at a Houston mega-center abortuary, full of freshly killed baby parts including an arm torn away near the shoulder. Here’s a twin from the freezer, 20 weeks old. Longenecker wrote: “The Planned Parenthood workers are seen…Continue Reading

Planned Parenthood . . . A Matter Of “Line Items”

August 8, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off

By REY FLORES Now that a fifth video has been released by the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), again showing the cold callousness of Planned Parenthood doctors and staffers joking about their “product” as they pull body part after body part out of a glass pan, I wonder if this will be enough. Apparently it is going to take the hand of God Himself to defund Planned Parenthood because otherwise it may never happen. Congress probably won’t get it done and President Obama will certainly never let that happen as long as he’s in the White House. At one point in this new video there’s a reference to one of the dismembered babies being a twin when we hear someone…Continue Reading

Transit Expert Says . . . Urban Planners Prefer Their Own Visions Over Working Class, Residents

August 7, 2015 Frontpage Comments Off

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — Central Avenue in midtown here used to be prettier. Graceful, towering palm trees in the median divider of the major six-lane north-south surface street were a treat to see amid high-rise office buildings. A livable city could be attractive, with workers and families going about their daily lives. Then came urban planners who preferred starting to squeeze people into higher-density housing and fixed-rail transit, the opposite of the western metropolitan suburban tone here. The median-divider palms were yanked out as an infant light-rail system was built, and generally smooth-running Central Avenue was narrowed by one lane in each direction so the rail cars could glide along between the rubber-tired street traffic. The Metro rail cars,…Continue Reading