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Why Have Girls Gone Missing in China?
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Why Have Girls Gone Missing in China?

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It is no secret that China is suffering from a shortage of girls.  The Population Research Institute (PRI) has long publicized the dearth of baby girls in China, which is leading to increases in child marriage and sex trafficking.  Even the United Nations (UN) and World Health Organization (WHO) have taken note; just two years […]

Movie Review: Her
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Movie Review: Her

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From writer/director Spike Jonez’, Her is a rather extraordinary film. It’s really a science fiction/love story about A.I. (artificial intelligence). Set in what looks like the near future, Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix doing his best work to date and visually carrying the entire film) works for a company called “Beautiful Handwritten Letters” that composes letters for people. Not business letters or […]

Economic Freedom
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Unequal Distribution of Economic Freedom

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The rich get richer when they use government to marginalize the poor.

Europe Under Pressure from Homosexual Activists
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Europe Under Pressure from Homosexual Activists

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The homosexualist lobby, one of the most powerful at the European Union and Council of Europe, has been busy over the last month, particularly with preparations for opposing Russia’s “gay propaganda ban” in the lead up to the Sochi Winter Olympics. The main player in Europe’s branch of the movement is ILGA Europe, (International Lesbian, Gay, […]

Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, January 16, 2010
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Presidential Bifurcation Underway!

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It looks as if my prediction is coming true.

Socially Polite Child Abuse
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Socially Polite Child Abuse

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Most Americans do not think of abortion as child abuse. But as Mother Teresa once said, “Any country that accepts abortion is…teaching its people…to use any violence to get what they want.” I would add that not only does abortion teach people the palatability of violence, it persuades people to lie to themselves. Self-deception has been gripping […]

Thriving by Surrendering
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Thriving by Surrendering

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As every mother knows, a newborn takes at least eight hours a day to nurse, burp, rock and comfort, bathe and change. Then a mother must wash loads of clothes which tend to get covered in vomit, and other nasty surprises.  The lack of sleep leads to a rather narrow existence where the best days […]

The Call of the First Disciples
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The Call of the First Disciples

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Stop me if you’ve heard this one:  A lawyer, a cop, and a journalist enter Blessed John XXIII Seminary together. The lawyer ends up leaving to resume his practice but the cop and the journalist get ordained.  Two out of three isn’t bad.  You can take the man out of the law but you can’t […]

Called and Chosen
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Called and Chosen

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3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle A Flick on the television, turn to the news, and notice how hopeless it all looks.  Terrorists kill hundreds and intimidate millions.  Government debt in the US and Europe balloons out of control and whole countries need to be bailed out. Things did not appear much better in first […]

Court Gives Little Sisters Temporary Protection from HHS Mandate
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Court Gives Little Sisters Temporary Protection from HHS Mandate

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Despite the best efforts of the Obama Administration, the Supreme Court of the United States decided on Friday afternoon to temporarily block enforcement of the Affordable Care Act on behalf of the Little Sisters of the Poor. The new ruling allows the religious order to avoid the crushing penalties of failing to adhere to the […]

Some Dreams are Nightmares
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Some Dreams are Nightmares

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Today, as we reflect on the 41st anniversary of the Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, we recommit ourselves to the decision’s guiding principle: that every woman should be able to make her own choices about her body and her health … [because] this is a country where everyone deserves the same freedom and […]

A New Constitution Spells Bright Future for Egypt's Christians
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A New Constitution Spells Bright Future for Egypt’s Christians

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Coptic Catholic Bishops in Egypt have hailed the result of the referendum on the country’s new constitution, saying the document amounts to a crucial step towards religious freedom and other civil liberties for people of all faiths, including the country’s Christian minority. In interviews with Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need, Bishops Kyrillos […]

Kenyans Defeat Western Effort to Expand Abortion
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Kenyans Defeat Western Effort to Expand Abortion

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Rebecca Oas, Ph.D also contributed to this article. When Kenyans voted on a new constitution in 2010, a massive publicity campaign – heavily funded by the Obama administration – assured voters it would not legalize abortion. In fact, “Life begins at conception” is in the constitution. But the Constitution also allowed abortion in certain circumstances. […]

Concluding Commentary On Mark Levin’s Liberty Amendments (part 5)
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Concluding Commentary On Mark Levin’s Liberty Amendments (part 5)

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Links to Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 Last month, the Mount Vernon Assembly met at George Washington’s home in Virginia to begin the planning process for an Article V Convention.  Attending were some 100 legislators from 32 States.  Mark R. Levin’s bestselling book, The Liberty Amendments (Simon & Schuster, 2013), inspired many […]

Weekly Wits: 1/23/14
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Weekly Wits: 1/23/14

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Desiring Heaven Where Love is Complete
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Desiring Heaven Where Love is Complete

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I remember sitting with my father in a boat on the middle of a still prairie lake. It was August of 1969 and I was sixteen years old. A cool mist rose from the surface of the lake that August morning. Fishing was good just after sunrise and so there we sat still half-asleep, casting our […]

When a Governor Needs to Resign
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When a Governor Needs to Resign

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In a speech reported in the Times Union this past Friday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo stated unequivocally that anyone who is pro-life, anti-homosexualist, and in favor of an undiluted Second Amendment has no place in the State of New York. From the Times Union: You have a schism within the Republican Party. … They’re searching […]

More Media Stem Cell Confusion
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More Media Stem Cell Confusion

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After my many years of writing about stem cell research, I am still shocked when the media get the facts horribly wrong. I guess that comes from the assumption that to report the news, one must actually understand the subject matter. After last month’s confusion over whether research that produced mini-kidneys in the lab used […]

Reflecitons for Sunday, January 26th, 2014
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Reflecitons for Sunday, January 26th, 2014

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Meditation and Questions for Reflection or Group Discussion (Isaiah 8:23–9:3; Psalm 27:1,4,13-14; 1 Corinthians 1:10-13,17; Matthew 4:12-23) The Power of Forgivness in Healing Divisions I urge … that you be united. (1 Corinthians 1:10)  The Corinthian church was out of control. Some members were visiting prostitutes. One was even having an affair with his stepmother! […]

A Shifting Tide: Pro-Life Laws and the March for Life
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A Shifting Tide: Pro-Life Laws and the March for Life

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Wednesday, January 22 will mark the 41st anniversary of Roe v. Wade: a 7 to 2 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that found a woman’s right to an abortion fell within the right to privacy protected by the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Justices’ decision invalidated all state laws restricting access to abortion […]

Lone Survivor: A Tale of Horror and Heroism
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Lone Survivor: A Tale of Horror and Heroism

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To the extent that art really does imitate life, every American owes it to themselves and to our troops to see the blockbuster film, Lone Survivor. Panned by cynical elites as “shameless war-porn,” in reality this movie portrays the heroism and sacrifice of four members of Seal Team 10 during a mission gone bad in the mountains of […]

A Generation Lucky to be Alive
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A Generation Lucky to be Alive

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Today, hundreds of thousands of pro-life people are gathered in Washington D.C. for the annual March for Life, commemorating the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that struck down existing state laws protecting unborn children.  For those who have been on the March or seen footage of it on EWTN (you can hardly see […]

United in Heart and Soul to Our Beloved
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United in Heart and Soul to Our Beloved

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Aimed at greater intimacy than the one-flesh union, married love “leads to forming one heart and soul,” states the Catechism. (Section 1643). How do married couples become one in heart and soul, especially when the demands of daily life keep getting in the way? Becoming One Heart Talk to your beloved about what’s in your […]

On Eucharistic Existence
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On Eucharistic Existence

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The death of Jesus Christ—the liturgy par excellence, the supreme oblation and fulfillment of Israel’s sacrificial system—occurred outside the holy precincts of the temple, thus demolishing the rigid dichotomy between the sacred and the profane. The Christian knows no “temple” but his body, wherein the Spirit dwells individually; and the church, wherein the Spirit dwells […]

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