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Will F16s escalate the War in Ukraine?

First things first. Russia is gravely wrong to invade Ukraine, and Ukraine has a right to defend its people and territory. Then other nations can and should give assistance to Ukraine in its self-defense. Now, not everything done in the … Continue reading

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Why Did Biden Win A Disproportionate Share of the Close Contests?

UPDATE: In this election, up until Nov 5th, Biden had 51.46% of the vote, and Trump had 48.54%. Then, in the last two days, 11:37 am Nov. 5th to 11:37 am Nov 7th, the ratio of votes changed to 58.27% … Continue reading

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Explosion at Iran’s Natanz uranium enrichment facility

Updated… Here’s the latest analysis from ISIS, the Institute for Science and International Security, on the “fire” at Iran’s uranium enrichment facility at Natanz. It was an explosion, probably due to a vehicle filled with high-grade explosives. I wonder if … Continue reading

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The U.S. made a political error by killing Qasem Soleimani

According to Wikipedia, General Qasem Soleimani “was promoted to Major General by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. Khamenei was described as having a close relationship with him, calling Soleimani a “living martyr” and helping him financially.” [Source] In my analysis, killing … Continue reading

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The Truth About Bump Stocks

There exists a fundamental human right: self-defense. This right is every bit as important and primary as the right to freedom of speech and freedom of the press. Without self-defense, criminals and evildoers would destroy individual lives, families, and societies. … Continue reading

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Prediction: A Conservative Tidal Wave After The Warning

The Warning of Garabandal is an event predicted by the visionaries of Garabandal, Spain, who had visions and messages from the Blessed Virgin Mary in the 1960’s. The Warning is an event whereby God shows each person the sins on … Continue reading

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Nuclear Weapons and Catholic Ethics

The recent Popes have spoken against nuclear weapons and nuclear proliferation. They have repeatedly called for total disarmament worldwide. They have also condemned the use and even the possession of these weapons. Second Vatican Council: “Any act of war aimed … Continue reading

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The New German Law against Hate Speech

Here’s the news story: New German Law Forces Facebook To Remove Hate Speech or Pay Over $50 Million — In an address on Friday, one of the main supporters of the bill, Justice Minister Heiko Maas, said, “Freedom of expression … Continue reading

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Electoral College vs. Popular Vote: which States lose out

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If the U.S. switches (by changing the Constitution) from the Electoral College to a simple count of the popular vote as a way to choose the President and Vice President, which States gain influence over that choice, and which States … Continue reading

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Commentary on the Recent POTUS Election

I have a low opinion of the vast majority of politicians. Many politicians have numerous unrepentant mortal sins on their conscience, and it shows in their public behavior. Conservatism is not Catholicism. Jesus was not a conservative or a liberal. … Continue reading

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The Warning will change the landscape of Politics worldwide

The next possible date for the Warning is Good Friday, 2017. Whenever the Warning occurs, it will change the landscape of politics worldwide. At the Warning, on Good Friday, God will illuminate every person’s conscience, and each person will understand … Continue reading

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When Politicians say “We are a nation of laws”

When politicians say “We are a nation of laws”, I cringe. It is true that our nation needs laws. Our society is governed and structured largely by law. But it is a problem when human laws are treated as if … Continue reading

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