Immigration or Invasion?

September 18, 2015 William Kilpatrick 0

Europe’s embrace of mass immigration can be explained in part by guilt from the Nazi era. It’s no coincidence that Germany, which has the most guilt to deal with, has pledged to take in the […]

The Catholic Con Regroups

December 18, 2014 Anne Hendershott 1

Promising yet again to “move beyond partisan and ideological divisions,” the George Soros-supported Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good (CACG) has refined its successful strategies of the past in its attempts to convince Catholic […]

The Puzzle of Religious Liberty

January 15, 2013 Benjamin Wiker 0

A Most Puzzling Puzzler I invite the reader to think through an interesting and very serious conundrum. Many of us are rightly alarmed at ever-bolder attempts by our increasingly secular state to violate the religious […]