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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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Trump is the Better Moral Choice

October 26, AD2016 19 Comments
Trump is the Better Moral Choice

By the time you read my next article, either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be elected to the office of President of the United States. That is a fact. Barring a major catastrophe, one of those two candidates will hold the highest office in the land, hold our temporal futures in their hand, and […]

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The Challenge to Be Courageously Catholic

October 24, AD2016 2 Comments
The Challenge to Be Courageously Catholic

A few days ago we returned home to a plumbing catastrophe. We had been out to dinner for a little over two hours and in that time an estimated six hundred gallons of water had flowed from an upstairs bathroom into the two adjoining bedrooms. It traveled through the walls and floor to flood the […]

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How the Religious Right Destroyed Itself

October 21, AD2016 33 Comments
How the Religious Right Destroyed Itself

The year 2016 will go into the history books as the year the Religious Right destroyed itself. Instead of trusting in the Lord, the Religious Right, fearful of the future and unwilling to accept an honorable defeat, bowed down in worship not so much to a golden calf as to a copper-toned ass. The Failure […]

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Abortion: A Person Can Live Without It

October 19, AD2016 2 Comments
Abortion: A Person Can Live Without It

The most basic understanding, when it comes to civil rights, revolves around the necessary and equal treatment of individuals, regardless of sex, race, or religion. When do these rights begin and who has the right to decide who receives them? During a 2008 Democratic Compassion Forum at Messiah College, Mrs. Clinton was asked the following […]

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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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Welcome to the House of Moral Dilemma

August 27, AD2016 47 Comments
Welcome to the House of Moral Dilemma

I am totally astonished how any Catholic, professing to be faithful, could vote for Hillary Clinton. No amount of mental gymnastics has allowed me to understand how Hillary Clinton, and apparently those that support her, have no shame before God in promoting the horrendous evils of abortion, attacks on the family, and outright collusion against […]

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Faith and Wealth: Rich Dad, Poor Dad Revisited

August 6, AD2016 1 Comment
Faith and Wealth: Rich Dad, Poor Dad Revisited

  Rich Dad, Poor Dad is one of this generation’s most iconic financial literacy books.  Written by Kiyosaki and Lechter in the late 1990s, it has sold over 26 million copies and has been touted by celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey and Will Smith—not to mention Donald Trump, who later collaborated with Kiyosaki to leverage […]

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10 Reasons Catholics Should Vote For Trump

July 25, AD2016 202 Comments
10 Reasons Catholics Should Vote For Trump

1.) He’s not Hillary Clinton.  We know exactly who she is, what she is, what she stands for, and can pretty well guess what she will do to our country. We can’t risk her getting into office. If you can’t vote for Trump, vote against Hillary. The only realistic way to do this is by […]

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Zero Catholics, Two Protestants, One Difficult Choice

May 23, AD2016 9 Comments
Zero Catholics, Two Protestants, One Difficult Choice

This election cycle’s primaries have been interesting and contentious. They have also been full of surprises and even unsettling in a couple different ways. But it now looks as though we will have to make a choice in November between two not-so-wonderful Protestant candidates for President – Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The amount of […]

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Translating Hillary Clinton’s Doublespeak

April 29, AD2015 74 Comments
Translating Hillary Clinton’s Doublespeak

In case you’ve been recently living under a rock or fasting from the Internet, former U.S. Secretary of State and former First Lady Hillary Clinton is running for President. Not surprisingly, she’s already launched into the typical political doublespeak common to Democratic politicians who wish to trample religious liberty and deny human rights to unborn […]

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