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November 21, 2014
Does President Obama have the authority
to engage us war? See Going To War Without Congress: Is It Legal? And Why Doesn't Congress Seem To Mind?

November 15, 2014
Joe Sobran looks at the desire for our leaders to impose democracy
on other countries in Making the World Democratic

November 8, 2014
Herbert Stupp reviews a new book
on the philosophy of the conservative movement in America. See Big Tent: A Book Review

November 7, 2014
Charles Mills reviews a book
written to counter Cardinal Kasper’s views on divorce and remarriage. See Remaining in the Truth of Christ: A Book Review

October 30, 2014
Craig Turner looks at the ramifications of Brittany Maynard's announced suicide
in Brittany Maynard's Tragic Choice

October 29, 2014
Christopher Manion chronicles the triumph of progressives and lovers of chaos
in Spain after Franco in Progress, Perversion, and Power

October 25, 2014
Ralph Raico looks at the life of Professor Liggio in The Catholic Leonard

October 24, 2014
Joe Sobran examines the loss of our civil rights and freedoms in Shrinking Our Rights

October 17, 2014
Allan Brownfeld finds One Congressional Achievement: Legalizing What Used To Be Viewed As Corruption

October 10, 2014
Joe Sobran looks at the term, “right-wing,” in a classic 1998 column, Left and Right

October 8, 2014
Allan Brownfeld expounds on the fact that we are Heading Toward a War in the Mideast That We Can Ill Afford: Without An Apparent Strategy or Congressional Authorization

October 2, 2014
The lynch mob mentality is still with us today. See Charles Mills' Lynch Mobs

October 1, 2014
John McManus looks at the misuse of war powers in Obama Claims Congress Approved War Against ISIS – in 2001

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September 26, 2014
There’s no divorce from the welfare state. See Joe Sobran’s Calling All Grown Ups

September 24, 2014
Pastor Chuck Baldwins asks: Who Killed Joan Rivers?

September 17, 2014
Robert Hale chronicles the failure of our schools
in America's Greatest Enemy: Public Education

September 12, 2014
The purpose of religion is to be out of step with the world according to Joe Sobran in Popes and Polls

September 8, 2014
Delegate Bob Marshall on Why Openly “Gay” Groups Should Not Be Allowed to March in New York’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade

September 2, 2014
Robert Hale examines the deep religious root of the hatred and violence
in the Middle East in There Is No Other Answer

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Going To War Without Congress:
Is It Legal?
And Why Doesn't Congress Seem To Mind?

by Allan C. Brownfeld
November 21
, 2014

ALEXANDRIA, VA — U.S. military action against the so-called Islamic State, or ISIS, has been going on now for far more than 60 days. The War Powers Resolution of 1973 gives presidents 60 days to gain consent from Congress and requires him to end “hostilities” within 30 days if he fails to do so. This 90-day period ended on Sept. 6.
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Making the World Democratic
by Joe Sobran
November 15
, 2014

[CLASSIC: 8/20/2002] —During turbulent times like the present, Americans make fervent appeals to "democracy," which they equate with freedom.
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Big Tent: A Book Review
by Herbert W. Stupp
November 8
, 2014

Big Tent: The Story of the Conservative Revolution – As told by the Thinkers and Doers who Made it Happen, edited by Mallory Factor and Elizabeth Factor. (Broadside Books, a division of HarperCollins, 2014, 464 pages)

NEW YORK, NY — The notion of a “big tent” has usually been applied to political parties that successfully cobble together coalitions that lead to electoral victory.
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Remaining in the Truth of Christ: A Book Review
by Charles G. Mills
November 7
, 2014

GLEN COVE, NY —Remaining in the Truth of Christ: Marriage and Communion in the Catholic Church edited by Robert Dodaro, O.S.A., (Ignatius Press, 2014, 304 pages) is a collection of nine essays about Catholics who divorce and remarry. Five essays are authored by Cardinals; two are by Jesuits.
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Brittany Maynard’s Tragic Choice
by Craig Turner
October 30
, 2014

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Brittany Maynard is a lovely 29-year-old wife and daughter who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. She has announced her decision to commit suicide on November 1, …
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Progress, Perversion, and Power
by Christopher Manion
October 29
, 2014

FRONT ROYAL, VA — It’s not a pretty picture. Crime, lies, and decadence prosper — pompously.
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The Catholic Leonard
guest column by Ralph Raico
October 25
, 2014

NEW YORK, NY — Leonard Liggio has died, at the age of 81.
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Shrinking Our Rights
by Joe Sobran
October 24
, 2014

[CLASSIC: 09/22/1994] -- Last weekend, in the great city of Boston, I met Paul and Louise Desilets, a Catholic couple who are being accused of a civil rights violation for exercising what used to be their civil rights.
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One Congressional Achievement:
Legalizing What Used To Be Viewed As Corruption

by Allan C. Brownfeld
October 17
, 2014

ALEXANDRIA, VA — Congress, for good reason, is held in disrepute by most Americans. The latest Gallup Poll tells us that only eight percent of Americans think Congress is doing a good job. It is difficult to imagine who these eight percent might be, other than relatives or employees of those holding office.
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