Wake Up, Liberals! Crime IS the Real Reason Your Cities Are Dying!

Wake Up, Liberals! Crime IS the Real Reason Your Cities Are Dying!

Across the nation, “smash and grab” robberies make news. A simple search on the Internet for “smash and grab rampages” will yield articles and films depicting small groups of hammer-bearing people going into stores with expensive goods. In broad daylight and in full view of security cameras, the thieves use the hammers to smash display … Read more

We Must Not Ask Our Police to Do the Impossible

We are asking our police officers to do the impossible. In the present atmosphere of great decadence, they cannot keep order. We have saddled them with the task of enforcing the law while constantly undermining it through our culture. Until we address this contradiction, the police’s task will be an exercise in futility. The Wrong … Read more

How Far Can Transgender Tyranny Go?

In the “woke” world, nothing trumps the impossible quest to change one’s sex. Two recent events highlight this tragic conclusion. The first case concerns a prisoner’s transfer in the California penal system. He “identifies” as a woman and will soon transfer to a women’s prison. The second incident comes from free-lance family defender Elizabeth Johnston. … Read more

Can Seattle’s Crime-Lovers Sow Widespread Chaos?

Seattle has been on the front lines of the civil unrest in 2020. For the month of June, the nation stood aghast as radicals established the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) while the governor, mayor, and the courts undermined state and local police efforts to restore order to the area. On June 23, Seattle’s Director … Read more

Dialing 911 to Ask God and His Angels to Help Our Police

If there is one thing I take for granted, it is the police. I know that if I call 911, they will be there to address my problem. Day in, day out, crimes take place across the nation. Accidents happen that endanger lives. One day the person in need might be me. However, the recent … Read more

How Leftists Try to Turn Crime into Virtue

In today’s polarized America, Supreme Court cases are rarely decided unanimously. Rarer yet is a case that is a defeat for the left. However, this is what happened in the case of United States v. Sineneng-Smith. Evelyn Sineneng-Smith operated an “immigration counseling firm” in San Jose, California. Even though she was not a lawyer, her … Read more

Death Penalty: Avoiding Ambiguity in Doctrinal Matters

Return to Order Death Penalty: Avoiding Ambiguity in Doctrinal Matters

In recent developments, there has been a growing debate over the question of the death penalty. On the one side, the liberals are clamoring that taking the life of an offender is always immoral (though they don’t scruple to defend the “right” to destroy the innocent lives of the unborn). The other end of the … Read more

Reflections on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Part 4

Return to Order Reflections on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Part 4 3

Seventh Reflection “Then he delivered Him to them to be crucified. And they took Jesus, and led Him forth.” (John 19:16) In former times the cross was a humiliating, painful way of executing criminals. Thus, the word “cross” meant the same as “shame,” just as the word “handcuffs” today make us think of prison, condemnation … Read more