Parents Lay Down the Law About Islamic Indoctrination in Public Schools

Parents who are becoming increasingly fed up with public schools that allow teachers to indoctrinate students in Islam under the guise of “world religion” or “social studies” courses are fighting back in court – and winning!

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Just Immigration Policies Keep Families Together

Something needs to be done immediately to stop the separation of children from their parents on the nation’s border, but unless our immigration policy is fixed, how can we insure that these injustices won’t happen again?

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Target’s Latest Misstep

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

Members of the African American community are crying foul after a black woman, who was looking for a Father’s Day card at Target that her family could identify with, found her only choice to be a card featuring a black couple kissing behind the words “Baby Daddy.”

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A Tale of Two Worldviews: Catholic and Secular Bioethics

The Trump administration recently proposed new rules for family planning clinics which will prohibit all abortion-related practices – including referrals for abortion – from taking place in clinics that receive federal grants. Bioethicists on both sides of the issue are avidly debating these new rules and revealing just how stark a difference there is between the secular and Catholic view of reproductive health care.

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Women Rethink the Sexual Revolution

In a groundbreaking conference held in Washington DC last month, some of the Church’s most influential women spoke about how the #MeToo movement proves the abject failure of the now 50-year-old sexual revolution that was supposed to liberate us and set us free.

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Good Riddance to Miss America’s Swimsuit Competition

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

The new all-woman leadership of the Miss America pageant has decided to draw more attention to the beauty of authentic femininity rather than women’s body parts by axing the swimsuit competition and doing away with the concept of judging contestants based on their physical appearance. What could be wrong with that?

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No “Pride Month” Again This Year

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

For the second year in a row, the White House has refused to issue a proclamation recognizing the month of June as “Pride Month,” not because the president has an animus toward the LGBT community, but because he is looking out for the rights of all Americans.

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Time to Say Goodbye to Starbucks Coffee?

Racial insensitivity isn’t Starbucks’ only problem. The company is also donating big bucks to Planned Parenthood through a matching gift program that has convinced many a customer that the time has come to find another source for their morning brew.

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SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Colorado Baker

The days of LGBTQ activists forcing Christian businesses to violate their consciences in order to serve their same-sex marriages may soon be coming to an end as the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a 7-2 decision in favor of a Christian baker from Colorado who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding.

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