Christopher Columbus didn’t know where he was going; didn’t know what he was going to do when he arrived; didn’t know where he was when he got there; and did it all with other peoples’ money. Like many progressive Democrats and pathetic RINOs. As every schoolchild knows, Columbus had difficulty funding his trip to the […]Continue Reading →
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Representative Roger Marshall (R-KS) shocked Americans recently on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” when he said, “This border is all about national security. Every day, over 10 terrorists and 40 criminals try to cross that border.” Other officials have made the same statement. Every sane person agrees that we must do whatever is necessary to keep bad […]Continue Reading →
I have often heard the complaint about so many Christian denominations. We are told that there is one Bible, and we Christians are supposed to love each other; so why have Christians split into 9,000 different denominations? That’s a reasonable question. According to the New Testament, the church was started by Christ and nourished by […]Continue Reading →
This year the world will celebrate 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the church door in Wittenberg which set off an explosion that still reverberates around the globe. As a result of his act, the Roman Catholic Church split like a ripe watermelon and the religious world (of Christianity) separated into […]Continue Reading →
I’ve always been wary and now weary of collective apologies. Individuals seldom sincerely apologize for wrongdoing, but collective apologies are now in vogue. Pope Francis has made collective apologies a “cottage industry.” He has apologized for the Vatican scandals, to homosexuals, to the poor, women, exploited children, for mistreatment of natives of South America during […]Continue Reading →
It’s Time for the Roman Catholic Church to Apologize for the Council of Trent and Rescind all Curses Against Non-Catholics!
The world has a new Pope; the Roman Church hierarchy has a new boss; and the papacy has a new ruler and occupant of “the throne of Peter” which brings gladness to the hearts of one billion of Roman Catholics; however, it is an historical fact that there was no pope until hundreds of years […]Continue Reading →