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Joseph and the Lessons of Power

The book of Genesis tells us the story of Joseph, the son of Jacob, who lived in Canaan with his father and his brothers and had the God given ability to interpret dreams. His brothers, motivated by jealousy, decide to… Continue Reading →

Summa of the Prolife Position

Science & Logic Everyone reading this knows he has a right to his or her life and that no one has the right to take that away. For example, we all know that it would be unjust, immoral, wrong for… Continue Reading →

Fashion Designers Refuse to do Business with Melania Trump

“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 →

Everything Wrong with Hillary’s Abortion Stance

In the third and final presidential debate, the moderator got right into one of the most controversial topics of our age (omitted from the other debates). Hillary responded to a question about her partial-birth abortion vote in the Senate with:… Continue Reading →

The Misogyny of Feminism

When Taylor Swift recently declared herself to be a feminist, she said it was in part because she realized that Feminism isn’t necessarily anti-men. It is unknown whether she realized that it is in fact anti-women. I have watched with great… Continue Reading →

Life is Golden

In 1997, a girl born to an “unfit” drug-addicted mother and abandoned by her father was Planned Parenthood’s perfect target. She would later become arguably the best gymnast in the world. #lifeIsGolden The incomparable Matt Walsh was no doubt inspired… Continue Reading →

Just to Clear Some Things Up on the Racism Conversation…

1. All humans are genetically 99.5% identical. 2. Belief in different genetic ‘races’ is a product of political delusion. 3. Judging personal merit by one’s ‘race’ is racism (composition fallacy). 4. Fighting racism with legally-enforced racism is institutionalized sociopathy.

Rerum Novarum

RERUM NOVARUM ENCYCLICAL OF POPE LEO XIII ON CAPITAL AND LABOR   To Our Venerable Brethren the Patriarchs, Primates,Archbishops, Bishops, and other ordinaries of places having Peace and Communion with the Apostolic See. Rights and Duties of Capital and Labor… Continue Reading →

Religious Freedom Is Not Just About Religion

It never ceases to amaze me when I hear hardcore libertarians suddenly turn statist when religion is involved. Yeah, a business should be free of any untoward regulation, they’ll say, except for wedding cake bakers, they should be forced to… Continue Reading →

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