John F. McManus
Hitler’s right-hand man, Martin Bormann, explained the Nazi thinking with regard to the already conquered Slavs in a 1942 letter sent to a fellow Party member. In part, it stated: “Education is dangerous. It is enough if they can count up to 100.... Every educated person is a future enemy.”
While demonstrators in places like Ferguson, Missouri, carry signs claiming “Black Lives Matter,” there are no signs noting that over 50 percent of the victims of abortion are Black or Hispanic.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has given legal recognition to same-sex marriages, some are arguing that the next logical step is legalized polygamy.
Planned Parenthood should not receive a penny of federal aid. Legalization of abortion must be abolished. And America must get back to being a place where all living humans, including those living in the womb, are treated as real persons.
The crimes committed by the Nazi regime were real, painful, and a stain against humanity. Unfortunately, the Nazis were not the only terror regime that killed millions. Similar or worse atrocities were carried out by various Communist regimes. The lives of tens of millions were snuffed out in Communist China, Communist Soviet Union, and numerous Soviet satellite nations. However, none of the criminals who murdered these millions has faced trial and prosecution.
The Congress that has just been insulted by the Supreme Court’s arrogance in rewriting its law can pass a measure barring the Supreme Court from having anything to say about the matter.
The UN’s climate change experts, who are busily preparing for the world body’s December convocation in Paris to address supposed climate change, gleefully welcomed the pontiff’s message.
This year may see the end of Ex-Im making new loans as it winds down existing outstanding business and soon closes its doors. No congressional action is needed. It should be allowed to die.
In simple terms, the institution known as marriage is a union between one man and one woman. Without doubt, this is what America’s Founders believed.