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It’s Up To Trump’s Fans . . . To Stop Beijing-Linked, Itchy U.S. Totalitarians

December 13, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on It’s Up To Trump’s Fans . . . To Stop Beijing-Linked, Itchy U.S. Totalitarians

By DEXTER DUGGAN The disgust is mutual.They think we’re backward, deplorable, superstitious, trouble-making, malign religious fools who must be suppressed for everyone’s good including our own.We know they’re lying, arrogant, vote-stealing, Beijing-linked, itchy totalitarians who’d like to make the United States into another hopeless Venezuela as long as they get the remaining goodies.Both of these groups can’t be correct. But one is.The Lord God and Fallen Angel Satan each can say the other one is evil, but they’re not both correct. It’s hardly that we’re as good as God, but their agenda comes from Satan.Massive, taxpayer-funded abortion, suppression of religious conscience and liberty, tight left-wing direction of educational bodies and entertainment, censorship of communications, race-obsessed regimentation, abhorrence of individual economic…Continue Reading

Amidst The Tumult . . . Christmas Offers Time For Reflection, Celebration

December 12, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on Amidst The Tumult . . . Christmas Offers Time For Reflection, Celebration

By CHRISTOPHER MANION Events are moving quickly, and “instant analysis” will prove unsatisfactory. As we go to press, the Supreme Court will be hearing arguments in State of Texas v. Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania, State Of Georgia, State Of Michigan, And State Of Wisconsin. Now joined by 17 states, Texas asks the Supreme Court to “enjoin the use of unlawful election results” in those “Defendant” states.If successful, the selection of electors in the “Defendant” states would lie in the hands of the respective state legislatures. They are all controlled by Republican majorities. Should the Supreme Court decide in favor of Texas, et al., it’s possible that the legislatures in those states would name electors who would vote for President Trump when…Continue Reading

2700 BC Or AD 2000… Which Is The More Pagan?

December 11, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on 2700 BC Or AD 2000… Which Is The More Pagan?

By JOE SIXPACK There was a time in America when we called ourselves a Christian nation, and it was largely true. Many of us would like to think it’s still true that we are a Christian nation, but Christian commentators have been writing and preaching for decades that we are now living in a post-Christian era.It only takes a cursory look at our society and culture to recognize these commentators are absolutely correct, and an unfortunate reality is that most of the cultural changes have been foisted upon us by government — that is, we the people.In my lifetime, the changes have been dramatic. When I was a child, abortion was codified in criminal law as murder, and to perform…Continue Reading

The Nobility Of Fidelity To God

December 10, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on The Nobility Of Fidelity To God

By JAMES MONTI From the beginning, mankind has been destined for greatness, purposefully made so by His loving Creator: “Then God said, ‘Let us make man in our image, after our likeness’” (Gen. 1:26). Mankind soon spoiled that greatness by listening to the Devil, who has always hated that God would dare to make us in the divine likeness. But God confounded Satan all the more by becoming man Himself, and by His death on the cross refashioned us anew in His image. And by the sacrifice of Christ, man has become, more than ever, capable of greatness — capable of heroism.The first three centuries of the Church’s history formed an age of heroes, when countless men and women thought…Continue Reading

Thoughts On My Summons . . . A Retired Catholic Physician Contemplates Dying

December 9, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on Thoughts On My Summons . . . A Retired Catholic Physician Contemplates Dying

By JAMES ASHER, D.O. It seemed like a normal day. Over the past two months I had engaged in vigorous physical activities, including a month before climbing to the Ranger Station at Half-Dome in Yosemite — a 14-mile hike mostly up then mostly down. I felt well but noticed strange symptoms. It was the 29th of October 2017.On that day there was dark urine, and I determined it wasn’t due to dehydration. On the 30th colorless stools. As a physician I knew to start looking at the sclera — the whites of my eyes — and sure enough, on the 31st there it was: jaundice. There is nothing good that causes these symptoms. “I’m a dead man,” I thought, and…Continue Reading

A Beacon Of Light… Advent And St. Joseph

December 8, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on A Beacon Of Light… Advent And St. Joseph

By FR. RICHARD D. BRETON JR. (Editor’s Note: Fr. Richard D. Breton Jr. is a priest of the Diocese of Norwich, Conn. He is currently the parochial vicar of St. Andrew Parish in Colchester and St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Lebanon. He received his BA in religious studies and his MA in dogmatic theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary in Cromwell, Conn.) In last week’s column we made a little journey with Mary. This week we will journey with St. Joseph. St. Joseph can help us to make Advent a time of reflection.When I was a child, I oversaw setting up the family manger scene. I couldn’t wait until Advent because soon I would have the responsibility of…Continue Reading

The Holy Ghost In The Courtroom

December 7, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on The Holy Ghost In The Courtroom

By DEACON MIKE MANNO, JD The appeal of a former congresswoman’s fraud conviction is usually handled without reference to the religious freedom rights of a juror, yet that is exactly what is happening in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. So let me introduce you to the players in this legal-morality play.First there is former Florida Cong. Corrine Brown. Ms. Brown served as a Democratic member of the House of Representatives from 1993 to 2017. After the 2012 redistricting, the Florida Supreme Court ruled that her district’s redistricting was gerrymandered in violation of the Fair Districts Amendment and ordered it redrawn and poor Ms. Brown was forced to run in a new district which was over 60 percent new to…Continue Reading

Hearing Sees Arizona Stolen… Trump’s Willingness To Fight Back A Reminder Of Why He’s Popular

December 6, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on Hearing Sees Arizona Stolen… Trump’s Willingness To Fight Back A Reminder Of Why He’s Popular

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — As top attorneys for Donald Trump visited here to hear testimony on election fraud, some weak-kneed Arizona Republican officials served as a reminder of why Trump’s aggressive stances were attractive to ordinary Republicans yearning for leadership and courage.Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani noted that the very day he and campaign attorney Jenna Ellis were here for an important hearing with state legislators and witnesses, on November 30, GOP Gov. Doug Ducey and Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs hurried along to certify an Arizona win for Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden.Although some leading Grand Canyon State legislators sat in a row to participate with Giuliani and Ellis in a hotel ballroom, the current Republican leaders…Continue Reading

A Historic Presidency

December 5, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on A Historic Presidency

By PATRICK J. BUCHANAN In the first two decades of the century, President-elect Joe Biden’s choice for secretary of state supported U.S. wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria and Yemen. He was an ever-reliable liberal interventionist.This same Antony Blinken could spend the first years of a Biden presidency helping extricate our country from the misbegotten wars he championed. What establishment Democrats like Biden and Blinken helped to do in previous administrations, they will likely now have to undo.Who effected this sea change in national thinking?Donald Trump. Much that was said and believed before he came down the escalator in 2015 is no longer said or believed by the majority of Americans.And no institution has been more altered than the Republican…Continue Reading

King St. Louis

December 4, 2020 Frontpage Comments Off on King St. Louis

BY JOE SIXPACK There are stories that come to us about the saints that are sometimes legend, but most of the time they’re true. Whether fact or fiction, these stories offer us many valuable lessons about some of the wonderful aspects of our holy and ancient faith. The following story is of King St. Louis, the saint for whom the city in Missouri is named. I’ve never been able to verify its veracity, but the lessons we can garner from the story are tremendous.It’s said that when King Louis was very young, he had a love for his people that was uncommon among even the most benevolent of kings. He was saddened to know how much they suffered from hunger,…Continue Reading