Tear Down This Wall!

Ronald Wilson Reagan, how I miss you. When talking about Ronald Reagan, I have to be personal. We in Poland took him so personally. Why? Because we owe him our liberty. This can’t be said often enough by people who

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Fort Hood Massacre, President Obama, and George Tiller the Killer

Isn’t it interesting that President Obama is pleading for us to “not to rush to judgment” concerning the Fort Hood Massacre that was executed by Malik Nidal Hasan who is an extremist Muslim.  Yet President Obama called out the National

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Archbishop Burke's appointment to the Congregation of Bishops

Archbishop Raymond Burke has long been held with disdain (or outright revulsion) by liberal Catholics for his penchant to speak bluntly on various issues — from his cautioning the Democrats that they risk becoming “the party of Death” for their

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Great Jesuits 3: Dynamo From Ireland

Number 3 of my series on great Jesuits of American history. A year before the colonies won their fight for independence, John McElroy first saw the light of day in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh, Ireland on May 11,1782.  At this time English imposed penal laws

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Res et Explicatio for AD 11-9-2009

Salvete TAC readers! Here are today’s Top Picks in the world of Catholicism: 1. Today is the twenty year anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.  Pope John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and Margaret Thatcher all played pivotal roles

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