Category Archives: Religion

The Faith and Freedom Coalition’s Road to Majority Conference


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President Trump’s Visit to the Vatican

On this fifth day of President Trump’s first foreign trip, he and First Lady Melania Trump met with the Pope at the Vatican. This rounds out his visit to the cradles of the three major monotheistic religions: Islam, Judaism, and … Continue reading

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Vice President Pence Delivers Remarks at the World Summit in Defense of Persecuted Christians, 9:00 am

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Female genital mutilation and what we’re really talking about

I did not know there were different procedures that fall under the category of “female genital mutilation.” As she points out, the progressive press still tries to minimize the horror of the facts behind these practices. A NYT author suggests … Continue reading

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BBC: The REAL Housewives Of ISIS

Israel Video Network: The BBC did something no one expected and amusingly mocked the Islamic State and women who travel to Syria in a clip from their show Revolting. The short video is designed as a fake trailer for a … Continue reading

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Pączki Day (Detroit Style) aka Fat Tuesday

It’s Pączki Day, and in Detroit that means you should be sure to wear your stretchy pants or, as my old friend Denise used to say, your expando clothes! Pączki, or Polish doughnuts, are eaten on Fat Thursday in Poland … Continue reading

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What is Love?

On this feast of St. Valentine, my thoughts are not quiet. It seems as if the evil that is manifest in the happenings of these days is pressing against the screen that guards my spirit. So. I will think about … Continue reading

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