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“The problem is not that Theallet was willing to dress Michelle Obama and isn’t willing to dress Melania Trump (which is, like it or not, a form of discrimination). The problem is just how many people don’t seem to think… Continue Reading →
Tradition is often eschewed by youth, but being different is so popular that tradition is regaining appeal. Lauren Southern presents a compelling case for Millennials embracing tradition: One of the most traditional sources of tradition, of course, is the Church…. Continue Reading →
What most people believe about Thanksgiving is a variation on what I was taught in public school in the 1960s. The Pilgrims came to Plymouth on a ship called the Mayflower. They were the first English settlers in America. They… Continue Reading →
The EWTN and Arcadia Films production of A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing is a timely and compelling—yet sometimes convoluted—documentary about Saul Alinsky specifically and the cultural Marxism generally that has wrecked havoc on Western Civilization in the last 50 years…. Continue Reading →
In a great talk by the incomparable Peter Kreeft, he uses the voice of CS Lewis’s Screwtape to provide commentary on the current culture war. What ensues is brilliant (and often libertarian) Catholicism. Enjoy: