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The American Left and the Nazis–Kindred Spirits

One of the great ironies of the hysteria over the Charlottesville melee is the audacity of the Left proclaiming to hold the high moral ground. Because President Trump supposedly did not condemn the KKK, the White Supremacists, and the Nazis clearly...

Finding Missing Persons

“No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law.” (Amendment XIV, Section 1)...

Remembering that Words Matter

In times past, there was universal agreement among thinking people that words matter and therefore should be used honestly and with precision. However, from time to time many people have forgotten or ignored this precept, so reminders have been...

Trending Toward Hot

In 1985, a band called The Power Station released a song that immediately became a best seller. With a snappy tune and fast-paced lyrics sung by the British singer, Robert Palmer, the words described a swath of the American culture. We want to...

Three Missouri Faces for Life

Legalized abortion has been with us for well over two generations. While Roe v Wade did not become the law of the land until 1973, a number of states, led by New York had already legalized it. On the other side of the aisle, to combat this abject...

A Sanctuary and a Battlefield

I realize to some my title might sound outrageous but a woman’s womb has always enjoyed a special place in my heart. My early moment on earth took place inside my mother’s womb. Later, my wife presented me with our three children that emerged from...

01/22/1973: A Day of Great Sadness

My children and grandchildren are growing up in a society which is much different than the one that existed in my youth. When I was young, there was consistency in the message I heard in church, the one I heard from society, and the one expressed by...

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 for a cause, euthanasia or heroic suicide…—all suggest daily that death...