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Thought for the day: Churchill on Mohammedism

Thought for the day: Churchill on Mohammedism

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A guide to environmentalist rhetoric

A guide to environmentalist rhetoric

The authors of a dubious 'business leaders' poll on Obama's energy policies also crafted the spin for the environmentalist movement.

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Male users of marijuana experience loss of semen quality

Male users of marijuana experience loss of semen quality

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Ancient coffins reveal secrets of French nobility

Ancient coffins reveal secrets of French nobility

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Roman shipwreck reveals secrets of ancient European trade

Roman shipwreck reveals secrets of ancient European trade

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A Catholic critique of capitalism

A Catholic critique of capitalism

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Bronze Age Greek city found underwater

Bronze Age Greek city found underwater

The discovery at Lampayannas may require historians and archaeologists to re-write the prehistory of Greece.

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Video recounts Planned Parenthood harvesting of baby skulls

Video recounts Planned Parenthood harvesting of baby skulls

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Thought for the day: wealth re-distribution

Thought for the day: wealth re-distribution

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Decapitated victims discovered at excavation in Mexico

Decapitated victims discovered at excavation in Mexico

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Film review: Best of Enemies

Film review: Best of Enemies

A documentary recounts a signal battle in the Culture War.

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Mystery drowning of American tourist in Honduras

Mystery drowning of American tourist in Honduras

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New video: Planned Parenthood takes brain from living baby

New video: Planned Parenthood takes brain from living baby

Citizens call for an end to $500 million per/year subsidy for Planned Parenthood, which is allegedly engaged in illegal activity.

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Ancient salamander trapped intact in amber

Ancient salamander trapped intact in amber

Mystery: Salamanders have never been found in amber until now and they currently do not live in the Caribbean, where it was discovered.

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Book review: Before Auschwitz

Book review: Before Auschwitz

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Once missing in action, a soldier is buried in his home town

Once missing in action, a soldier is buried in his home town

Only 19 years old when he was felled by a shrapnel blast, a soldier is finally laid to rest through the tireless efforts of an archaeologist.

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'Red Sonja': ancient female warrior found in Kazakhstan

'Red Sonja': ancient female warrior found in Kazakhstan

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Archaeologists reveal gate of giant Goliath and evidence of war in ancient Israel

Archaeologists reveal gate of giant Goliath and evidence of war in ancient Israel

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The morality of the atomic bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki

The morality of the atomic bombs at Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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World War Two pilot and plane discovered in Germany

World War Two pilot and plane discovered in Germany

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Sainthood of Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan Sheptytsky recognized

Sainthood of Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan Sheptytsky recognized

Sheptytsky saved members of Jewish community from Nazi terror.

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Convicted spy Jonathan Pollard spent 30 years in prison: therein lies a tale

Convicted spy Jonathan Pollard spent 30 years in prison: therein lies a tale

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Italian couple conceives baby via surface mail

Italian couple conceives baby via surface mail

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Stop terminator robots before they terminate us

Stop terminator robots before they terminate us

To ensure the future of humanity, all autonomous offensive weapons must be banned.

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The rise of involuntary euthanasia causes concern among human rights advocates

The rise of involuntary euthanasia causes concern among human rights advocates

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4,000-year-old teenager unearthed near Stonehenge

4,000-year-old teenager unearthed near Stonehenge

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New film to document deathly dangers of The Pill

New film to document deathly dangers of The Pill

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Archaeologists find gruesome 5,000 year-old burial in China

Archaeologists find gruesome 5,000 year-old burial in China

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Archaeologists discover Jamestown relics that may re-write U.S. history

Archaeologists discover Jamestown relics that may re-write U.S. history

Secret Catholics discovered among Protestant settlers buried at Jamestown, Virginia.

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Republican William Hayward: Commanding Officer of the Harlem Hellfighters

Republican William Hayward: Commanding Officer of the Harlem Hellfighters

How, and why, did a 39 year old white lawyer from Nebraska come to recruit, organize, and command an all-black military unit from Harlem?

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Civic leader reflects on 50 years of service, and predictions

Civic leader reflects on 50 years of service, and predictions

Abraham Foxman, a survivor of the Holocaust, is interviewed about his experiences of U.S./Israel relations and the rise of extremism in Europe and America.

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Russia announces aggressive naval doctrine

Russia announces aggressive naval doctrine

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Thought for the day: ephemeral Beatles

Thought for the day: ephemeral Beatles

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The mystery of the sleepers of Kazakhstan continues

The mystery of the sleepers of Kazakhstan continues

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Trump owes me no apology, says Senator McCain

Trump owes me no apology, says Senator McCain

Apologies are owed, however, to military families.

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Thought for the day: endless Progress

Thought for the day: endless Progress

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Record toxic algae bloom predicted for Lake Erie

Record toxic algae bloom predicted for Lake Erie

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Despite climate alarmists, Great Lakes water levels are high

Despite climate alarmists, Great Lakes water levels are high

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Heresy: Lessons from the past

Heresy: Lessons from the past

Part 3 in a series of 4 essays.

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Now that all the White House tapes are released, please see the real Richard Nixon

Now that all the White House tapes are released, please see the real Richard Nixon

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Doing what is best, in the worst of times

Doing what is best, in the worst of times

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Leftist Alinskyian community organizers seek to change end-of-life care

Leftist Alinskyian community organizers seek to change end-of-life care

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California legislature seeks to censure state history

California legislature seeks to censure state history

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International Farhud Day: author's back story

International Farhud Day: author's back story

An eyewitness account of the first International Farhud Day observance at the United Nations. Historical memory preserved of 1940s genocide in Iraq under the guidance of Nazi Germany and a leading Muslim cleric: Nazi roots of Muslim terror.

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Study finds marijuana treatment less than effective

Study finds marijuana treatment less than effective

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A Day like Today: Spreading the peculiar institution further south

A Day like Today: Spreading the peculiar institution further south

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Spero News Daily Brief - June 23, 2015

Spero News Daily Brief - June 23, 2015

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Pope Francis' environmental encyclical: respecting God and the natural order

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Sin, not markets, causes environmental degradation

Sin, not markets, causes environmental degradation

Kishore Jayabalan reflects on the Laudato Si encyclical, saying Pope Francis seems to blame markets, over-consumption and especially finance, rather than human sin, for all our environmental problems.

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Overview of Pope Francis' environmental encyclical: Laudato si

Overview of Pope Francis' environmental encyclical: Laudato si

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Let Pope Francis be Pope Francis

Let Pope Francis be Pope Francis

Pope Francis gives everyone much to consider in his encyclical Laudato si. But maybe he needs a better editor.

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Book review: Chesterton and the Jews

Book review: Chesterton and the Jews

New biography of the famed British writer examines his complex relationship with the Jewish people as a means of avoiding the mistakes of the past to cloud relations between Christians and Jews.

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Laudato si: Sin is at the root of the desecration of the environment

Laudato si: Sin is at the root of the desecration of the environment

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'Pray for America' says MLK niece in wake of Charleston hate-crime

'Pray for America' says MLK niece in wake of Charleston hate-crime

UPDATE: The Federal Bureau of Investigation identified on June 18 that Dylann Roof, 21, is a the suspect in the shooting at Charleston's Emanuel A.M.E. Church that killed nine.

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Pope condemns environmental destruction and excessive profits

Pope condemns environmental destruction and excessive profits

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Scientists predict huge 'dead zone' in Gulf of Mexico

Scientists predict huge 'dead zone' in Gulf of Mexico

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Vatican environmental encyclical leaked

Vatican environmental encyclical leaked

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Shark panic hits North Carolina vacationers

Shark panic hits North Carolina vacationers

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Magna Carta: the beginning of the end of tyranny

Magna Carta: the beginning of the end of tyranny

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Staggering suicide rates for female U.S. veterans

Staggering suicide rates for female U.S. veterans

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Judge releases 1942 grand jury testimony on Battle of Midway

Judge releases 1942 grand jury testimony on Battle of Midway

US government opposed release.

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Early evidence of Christianity found in Israel

Early evidence of Christianity found in Israel

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Bernie Sanders' leftist love affair began with a Soviet honeymoon

Bernie Sanders' leftist love affair began with a Soviet honeymoon

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Archaeologists discover fresh, 358-year-old body in France

Archaeologists discover fresh, 358-year-old body in France

French archaeologists were shocked to discover the body of a woman who died in the 1600s in a great state of preservation, including all of her clothes.

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Moron selfie leads to destruction of Islamic State command-and-control

Moron selfie leads to destruction of Islamic State command-and-control

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Environmentalists seek shut-down of Catholic climate debate

Environmentalists seek shut-down of Catholic climate debate

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Muslim terrorists use Nazi-era weapons

Muslim terrorists use Nazi-era weapons

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Book review: Christian Persecutions in the Middle East: A 21st Century Tragedy

Book review: Christian Persecutions in the Middle East: A 21st Century Tragedy

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A deadly mix: Obamacare and assisted suicide

A deadly mix: Obamacare and assisted suicide

When assisted suicide is legalized, the lives of many people will be terminated without their consent. Currently, there are no safeguards against this danger.

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Phil Collins' Alamo artifacts to be housed at the Alamo

Phil Collins' Alamo artifacts to be housed at the Alamo

With a life-long passion of Texas Revolutionary history, Collins became the world's largest collector of Alamo artifacts.

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The deadly fusion of Nazism and Arab nationalism

The deadly fusion of Nazism and Arab nationalism

During WW2, Nazi leaders encouraged the emergence of Arab nationalism that was paired with anti-Semitism. Arabs served in Hitler's armies, and Iraqi Arabs - with the blessing of the leading Muslim cleric of the region - engaged in a genocide of Jews.

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Government snafu causes deadly anthrax scare

Government snafu causes deadly anthrax scare

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U.S. went to war for 'momentum' in Iraq, not weapons of mass destruction

U.S. went to war for 'momentum' in Iraq, not weapons of mass destruction

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On Memorial Day, remember the Four Chaplains

On Memorial Day, remember the Four Chaplains

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Pope Francis: voice of Oscar Romero still resonates today

Pope Francis: voice of Oscar Romero still resonates today

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American exceptionalism forever

American exceptionalism forever

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Yet another English king may lie beneath a car park

Yet another English king may lie beneath a car park

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Ugly fish: happy as a clam

Ugly fish: happy as a clam

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Why the Ever Lasting Man still lasts

Why the Ever Lasting Man still lasts

The legacy of Gilbert Keith Chesterton.

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Whatever God sends is a blessing

Whatever God sends is a blessing

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Memorial Day isn't for shopping sprees

Memorial Day isn't for shopping sprees

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Quote of the day: three kinds of men

Quote of the day: three kinds of men

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How to navigate Napa's vineyards

How to navigate Napa's vineyards

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Obama lied about Bin Laden's death to burnish his own image

Obama lied about Bin Laden's death to burnish his own image

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George Zimmerman survives shooting incident

George Zimmerman survives shooting incident

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Catholic Action vs. Alinskyian organizing

Catholic Action vs. Alinskyian organizing

How radicals pervert Christian teachings and churches in order to advance leftist goals in the United States.

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Guatemala: jubilation follows vice-president's resignation

Guatemala: jubilation follows vice-president's resignation

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Quote of the day: stupidity

Quote of the day: stupidity

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The moral implications of Obama's internationalism

The moral implications of Obama's internationalism

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Is Gardasil vaccination indeed safe for children?

Is Gardasil vaccination indeed safe for children?

Some girls are reporting early-onset menopause associated with the vaccine.

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Want peace? Know Jesus Christ says Archbishop Sviatoslav

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St Irene: voice of the messiah to her people

St Irene: voice of the messiah to her people

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Nigerian cardinal says rich countries should not preach environmentalism to poor countries

Nigerian cardinal says rich countries should not preach environmentalism to poor countries

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Book review: Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square

Book review: Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square

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