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Trump “Deplorables” Living in Bizarreland

November 5, AD2016 3 Comments
Trump “Deplorables” Living in Bizarreland

Candidate Obama in the 2008 presidential campaign promised “change,” over and over: he was “a leader who can deliver change.” And he has indeed delivered to the country changes in exponential proportions – changes that are praised by some as the “new normal,” but by others seem like daily confrontation with the bizarre. Obama Obama, […]

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The 2016 Catholic Voting Conundrum Simplified

October 29, AD2016 25 Comments
The 2016 Catholic Voting Conundrum Simplified

The 2016 presidential election seems to be presenting many Catholics with a voting conundrum: Can a Catholic in good conscience vote for either candidate?  If yes, which one?  But if neither candidate is acceptable should they vote for a third-party candidate, or not vote at all? Many Catholics think they have four options when it […]

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Is This Election About Smut or Governing?

October 16, AD2016 24 Comments
Is This Election About Smut or Governing?

As we approach this election we should ask ourselves, “How many presidents have we had? How many of them were unsavory characters? What was the reaction of the people? How did these issues affect their ability to serve? Do we even know of the skeletons in each of their closets? Have we ever been so […]

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Trump Is in the House

September 29, AD2016 62 Comments
Trump Is in the House

In my last article, “Welcome to the House of Moral Dilemma,” I presented the many reasons why a serious Catholic in good faith could not vote for Hillary Clinton. In summary, one cannot simply close one eye to the moral difficulties of the Democrat Party, while focusing on what is perceived as “good.” Unless you […]

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