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Save The Children, Vote Pro-Life: There’s No Middle Ground!

Ken Blackwell, On November 8th, we will choose from two of the least popular presidential candidates in history — our nation is more polarized than ever and there will be major repercussions regardless of who wins. Over the past year, we’ve seen political discourse turn into a political war. We’ve watched crises unfold within our communities

Pope proclaims ‘dispenser of mercy’ Mother Teresa a saint

Mother Teresa of Calcutta, known as the “saint of the gutters” during her life, was declared a saint of the Roman Catholic Church by Pope Francis on Sunday, fast-tracked to canonization just 19 years after her death. Tens of thousands of pilgrims packed St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican for a service to honor the

Mother Teresa: The Saint of Mercy for our time

John O’Callaghan, There is no mercy from a distance, because there is no friendship from a distance.  It is fitting that Mother Teresa is being canonized in the Jubilee Year of Mercy declared by Pope Francis.  It is hard not to believe that John Paul, in first beatifying her, and now Francis in canonizing her,

Why Liberals Are So Obsessed With Racism, Homosexuality and Transsexualism

John Hawkins, Conservatives care about logic. Liberals care about emotion. Conservatives care about whether a program works or not. Liberals care about how supporting a program makes them feel. Conservatives take the positions they do because they believe they’re best for society. Liberals take the positions they do because they make them feel and look