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Democrats: The Party Of Moloch

March 11, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on Democrats: The Party Of Moloch

By MIKE MANNO For anyone who doesn’t know, Moloch was a god mentioned and referred to in the Old Testament. He may have belonged to the Canaanites, or to the Ammonites, or to any number of other early cults, but he was also one of the false gods that Israel would turn to during periods of apostasy. Moloch’s sacramental base was in the Hinnom Valley which was pronounced in Hebrew as “Ge Hinnom” and was thus translated into Greek as “Gehenna.” It was there, just south of Jerusalem, that his cult worshiped him by human sacrifice. And it was there that his followers built an altar-pyre containing his metal image: a human figure with an animal’s head. His arms were…Continue Reading

There Really Is A Border Crisis . . . Media-Dem Gang Laughed It Off Until Too Late

March 10, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on There Really Is A Border Crisis . . . Media-Dem Gang Laughed It Off Until Too Late

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — A few key words were missing when Vice President Mike Pence stopped by Arizona’s capital city shortly after March began to warn against the “crisis” and “unprecedented challenge” on the southern border, which is as close a drive from Phoenix as the time it takes to watch an adventure movie. We don’t know how this border drama will end when the curtain comes down because it has imponderable elements from massive unauthorized invasion that literally could bring an end to the current United States. But the crushing of social structures was the aim of two leftist activists in the 1960s who theorized about overloading the U.S. public welfare system to cause a crisis. The theorists…Continue Reading

The Bishops Let Bygones Be Bygones

March 9, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on The Bishops Let Bygones Be Bygones

By CHRISTOPHER MANION “It would be a good Lenten practice to try to stop gossiping about others, criticizing them, and instead look at our own faults, and then remain mute,” Pope Francis said last week. Clearly there are issues that the Holy Father doesn’t want to talk about. “I will not say a word about that,” he famously responded when confronted with Archbishop Viganò’s exposé of the McCarrick Homosexual Network last August. The Pope doesn’t like criticism or his critics, and Viganò had alleged that the Pope knew about McCarrick. So when our bishops planned to discuss the allegations at their annual meeting last November, they were suddenly and forcefully shut down by a cadre of Francis appointees in the…Continue Reading

A Book Review . . . Joe Sixpack’s New And Improved Approach To Evangelization

March 8, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on A Book Review . . . Joe Sixpack’s New And Improved Approach To Evangelization

By REY FLORES As Catholics, we are called to bring as many new souls into the Kingdom of God as we can. We are called to evangelize, and share the Gospels with our fellowman, but the problem is that not many of us know how to convey these truths in an effective and convincing manner. Fear not, for Joe Sixpack — “The Every Catholic Guy” — has come to save the day. In his new book titled The Lay Evangelist’s Handbook — How Any Catholic Can Evangelize Anyone, Joe Sixpack (not his real name; but we’ll go along with it) brings us a very helpful book that gets down to the facts in a clear and concise manner. While the…Continue Reading

After Hearing Attack On Abortion . . . Tea Party Audience Reminded Of Mysterious Deaths In Benghazi

March 7, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on After Hearing Attack On Abortion . . . Tea Party Audience Reminded Of Mysterious Deaths In Benghazi

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — After denouncing denial of medical care to abortion-surviving babies — a currently pressing issue that the press prefers to avoid — a Phoenix Tea Party leader turned to a different life-and-death matter. Arizona Project chairman Ron Ludders noted that it was almost seven full years since the still-mystifying deaths of Ambassador Chris Stevens and his security personnel at the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya, in September 2012, shortly before that year’s U.S. presidential election. Ludders had invited Michael Morrison, an expert in U.S. embassy security, to speak to his Tea Party’s regular Monday evening meeting on February 25. “People lost their lives, needlessly,” in the Libya attack, Ludders said — back when Democrat President Barack…Continue Reading

Lent: Finding Joy In Gratitude And In Suffering

March 6, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on Lent: Finding Joy In Gratitude And In Suffering

By REY FLORES Once again, my favorite season of Lent is coming around, bringing us a new hope in the midst of sacrifice. As I grow older and go through life’s trials and tribulations, I have learned to embrace suffering as something good, something edifying. Without suffering, how would we learn true gratitude and how else would we know what true happiness is? A better way to put it is this way: Had Jesus not endured everything from His agony in the garden, His scourging, the via crucis, and ultimately His crucifixion, there would have been no eternal salvation, or the opportunity of it, for any of us. What is true happiness, you ask? From what I continue to learn…Continue Reading

The Vendetta Against Cardinal Pell . . . His Guilt Was Not Established Beyond Reasonable Doubt

March 5, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on The Vendetta Against Cardinal Pell . . . His Guilt Was Not Established Beyond Reasonable Doubt

By JOHN YOUNG Australian George Cardinal Pell has been found guilty in a Melbourne court of sexual abuse of two boys under the age of 16, including oral sex, and is now in prison awaiting sentencing: probably a term of several years. An appeal is being lodged by his legal team. But is he guilty? Most of the media are certain he is, with some notable exceptions. I believe he is innocent and that the jury should certainly have brought in a verdict of not guilty. There has been a gross miscarriage of justice. First let us look at the background. Cardinal Pell is one of the most orthodox bishops in the Church and has never hesitated to uphold orthodoxy…Continue Reading

All The News That’s Fit To Print

March 4, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on All The News That’s Fit To Print

By MIKE MANNO My dad was a printer by trade. Before I was born, he had his own print shop in Philadelphia. It wasn’t like today’s print shops where you can print from a master made on your computer, or even a typewriter. It was the old- fashioned kind of printing where type was set and photos and logos were first turned into engravings and then into metal plates. The city wanted my dad’s property. He didn’t want to sell, but my mom’s family had some connections with the Republican bigwigs who ran the city at that time, so dad’s property was sold for top dollar. He finally moved my mom and me to Des Moines, Iowa, where he worked…Continue Reading

Unbelievable Media Undercut Selves . . . Smearing The Benevolent While Sanitizing The Gruesome

March 3, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on Unbelievable Media Undercut Selves . . . Smearing The Benevolent While Sanitizing The Gruesome

By DEXTER DUGGAN After Donald S. Smith, the film producer who made the groundbreaking Silent Scream pro-life film in the mid-1980s, died in late January at age 94, his obituary in The New York Times was 15 paragraphs long under a two-column headline, with a one-column photo of Smith seated by a bookcase in his younger days. The Times wasn’t brushing off his death. But the Times was mad, as it usually is when the welfare of its beloved massive permissive abortion is questioned. When people doubt abortion, the Times is far, far angrier than seeing the injustice of actually tearing off the limbs of countless preborn babies, or injecting poison into their hearts, or sucking out their brains. In…Continue Reading

By Their Fruits Shall Ye Know Them

March 2, 2019 Frontpage Comments Off on By Their Fruits Shall Ye Know Them

By CHRISTOPHER MANION As the Rome “summit” on sex abuse ended, USCCB President Daniel Cardinal DiNardo said, “These have been challenging, fruitful days.” What fruits did the summit bear? “New mechanisms,” he said. We wonder, what happened to the cardinal’s profound resolve of last November, thoroughly to investigate the McCarrick scandal with transparency, accountability, justice, and results? Did Pope Francis shut him down? It raises the question, who runs USCCB these days — could it be Cardinal Cupich? Boston Cardinal Sean O’Malley, OFM Cap., is undaunted. He still wants to see the Vatican’s final report on the McCarrick investigation. Meanwhile Los Angeles Archbishop José Gómez surprises us with his observation that, “at its heart,” the abuse-and-cover-up crisis has been caused…Continue Reading