Author - William Borst

WILLIAM A. BORST has taught at virtually all levels of education from elementary school through university, published commentaries in many local and national publications, and hosted a weekly talk show on WGNU radio for 22 years. Having recently served as editor of the Mindszenty Report, Dr. Borst is the author of two prominent books: Liberalism: Fatal Consequences (1999) and The Scorpion and the Frog: A Natural Conspiracy (2005). He holds a PhD in American History from St. Louis University.

Faith

A Gospel of Fear

There is a truism in science dating back several centuries that states the book of science is always open. Man-Made Global Warming a.k.a. Climate Change is the...

Culture

Real Men Have Chests

Ireland has experienced many chances since I first visited in 1991. Its entry into the European Union in 1973 unleashed a high tech prosperity that has given...

Culture

The Widowed Club

I recently joined a new unofficial association. Throughout my entire life I had never entertained any such notion as being one of its members. I thought my...

Culture

Bloodthirsty Tastes

In answer to the Christian charge that pagans have bloodthirsty tastes, the author of The Sacrament of Abortion, Ginette Paris says that martyrdom, sacrificing...

Culture

A False Equality

I interviewed Father Frank Pavone, the director of Priests for Life, on Phyllis Schlafly’s weekly radio program many years ago. In discussing his 2006 book...

Culture

An Unholy Marriage

While Same-sex Marriage is a contradiction in terms, abortion and religion have engaged in a pagan ritual that approximates satanic marriage for many years...

Culture

An Altar of Death

Before I learned the timesaving beauties of Google, I used to spend a good deal of time browsing the dusty stacks of our local library. More than not, I would...

Culture

Blowing in the Wind

I still love the folk song by Peter, Paul and Mary from the sixties, Blowing in the Wind.  With regard to the cultural changes that have happened during my...

Faith

A Silent Night in 1914

A few years ago, in early December, my wife and I attended the musical All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914. It was a wonderful production of what was...