Time for a Media “Time Out”

January 18, 2017 Teresa Tomeo 0

Recently, several listeners of my syndicated Catholic radio show e-mailed me to express how disappointed they were because I was not taking allegations against Donald Trump seriously.  They were referring to salacious claims about shenanigans […]

Trump and the Journalists

December 22, 2016 Russell Shaw 0

As Americans await a volatile, unpredictable new president, many are understandably nervous at the prospect of a chief executive so largely an unknown quantity as this one. In these circumstances, the need for a free, […]

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The SSPX and the Rumor Mills

July 11, 2013 Michael J. Miller 0

The late Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre (1905-1991) illicitly consecrated four bishops for the Society of Saint Pius X on June 30, 1988. To commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of that landmark event, the Society’s three remaining prelates, […]

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The Killing of Jim Pouillon

May 11, 2011 Kathy Shaidle 0

In April, President Obama’s Department of Homeland Security issued a report warning that “right-wing extremism” was on the rise across America. The report singled out “disgruntled military veterans” as especially prone to joining militias, anti-government […]