• Two Churches In One Church

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    The college must stop using the bodies of students of color to advertise diversity. The objectification of these students is an egregious expression of the racism endemic in our college.

    So these kids are demanding that MRC de-Catholicize itself, and calls the actual presence of black people on campus an example of racism (“using the bodies of students of color” — the “black bodies” thing again).

    The self-identified “liberal” reader who sent me this item says:

    As a sixty-something lefty throwback, I do not understand attacking the stated purpose of Seattle University’s Matteo Ricci college. If you don’t want to study immersed in the European classic books, why would you go to that college anyway? READ MORE...

  • Obama has no one to blame but himself for becoming the nation’s longest serving war president

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    The New York Times reported the news this Sunday:

    On May 6, with eight months left before he vacates the White House, Mr. Obama passed a somber, little-noticed milestone: He has now been at war longer than Mr. Bush, or any other American president.  If the United States remains in combat in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria until the end of Mr. Obama’s term — a near-certainty given the president’s recent announcement that he will send 250 additional Special Operations forces to Syria — he will leave behind an improbable legacy as the only president in American history to serve two complete terms with the nation at war. READ MORE...

  • Obama has no one to blame but himself for becoming the nation’s longest serving war president

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    The New York Times reported the news this Sunday:

    On May 6, with eight months left before he vacates the White House, Mr. Obama passed a somber, little-noticed milestone: He has now been at war longer than Mr. Bush, or any other American president.  If the United States remains in combat in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria until the end of Mr. Obama’s term — a near-certainty given the president’s recent announcement that he will send 250 additional Special Operations forces to Syria — he will leave behind an improbable legacy as the only president in American history to serve two complete terms with the nation at war. READ MORE...

  • Two More Holistic Doctors Found Dead – One allegedly committed Suicide on Mother’s Day

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    In a continuing story of the untimely deaths of several holistic doctors in America, two more doctors have turned up dead, Dr. Curtis Clogston and Dr. Jyrki Suutari.

    Health Nut News’ Erin Elizabeth continues to document the deaths of these doctors in an attempt to make Americans aware of what is taking place. Two holistic doctors have turned up dead over the past week.

    The first is Dr. Curtis Clogston.

    It brings me no joy to break the news of yet another doctor, found dead. It’s getting more and more difficult to even write these updates for you all; I can’t wrap my head around how this is still happening and why the mainstream media is continuing to ignore it.
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  • Feminism, Fertility, And Civilization

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    Erin Manning made a powerful comment about transgenderism and feminism being anti-woman and anti-motherhood. In response, Jones said:

    The real question is, why are these once fringe beliefs now the orthodoxy of the ruling class? You have to go to the heart of feminism, in the ways in which feminism is now part of the unassailable Way We Live Now. I think few conservatives even really think of challenging feminism on these fronts, but I believe the entire spectrum of these practices are intimately linked. READ MORE...

  • American nostalgia, but for the wrong era

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    What’s your benchmark? What is the historical era with which you compare life in contemporary America?

    For many astute commentators, on various points of the political spectrum, it is postwar America, the two decades after the United States and its allies won World War II and before Lyndon Johnson sent half a million U.S. troops to Vietnam.

    Conservatives look back fondly on postwar America’s high marriage rates and stable families, few divorces and out-of-wedlock births, low crime rates and widely shared cultural values celebrated in classic movies and television sitcoms that almost everyone watched. Liberals look back fondly on postwar America’s high income equality and labor union membership, its low rates of unemployment and rising education levels, its high marginal tax rates and its high rates of social mobility. READ MORE...

  • American nostalgia, but for the wrong era

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    What’s your benchmark? What is the historical era with which you compare life in contemporary America?

    For many astute commentators, on various points of the political spectrum, it is postwar America, the two decades after the United States and its allies won World War II and before Lyndon Johnson sent half a million U.S. troops to Vietnam.

    Conservatives look back fondly on postwar America’s high marriage rates and stable families, few divorces and out-of-wedlock births, low crime rates and widely shared cultural values celebrated in classic movies and television sitcoms that almost everyone watched. Liberals look back fondly on postwar America’s high income equality and labor union membership, its low rates of unemployment and rising education levels, its high marginal tax rates and its high rates of social mobility. READ MORE...