During his stay in Washington, D.C., Pope Francis revealed the leftist agenda of his trip to the United States.

The Argentinian roots of Pope Francis may explain why, after three days in Cuba, Pope Francis has issued only timid appeals for "change" and "reconciliation" in the face of that country's atheistic government.


President Obama has invited homosexual activists, dissenting Catholic groups, an openly gay Episcopalian bishop and a pro-abortion Catholic sister to the White House for a ceremony welcoming Pope Francis to the United States, prompting backlash from the Vatican.

Pope Francis is planning his first-ever visit to the United States later this month to meet with President Obama, address Congress and the United Nations, and attend the 2015 World Meeting of Families.

Tracking the decline of America's freedoms can be a discouraging business. The Fraser Institute report entitled “The Human Freedom Index” illustrates exactly where those declines are taking place.

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