Islamism Series: Fort Dix and beyond

Two headlines blared across the tops of the front pages of Philadelphia's two major newspapers within the past four days. The Bulletin was first when last Thursday their front page headline read "Islamic Terrorists Forming Cells in US", and the Inquirer followed suit on Sunday when in reference to the Fort Dix case the headline … Continue reading Islamism Series: Fort Dix and beyond

Nearly everybody reads the Bulletin

In the city of Philadelphia, the Bulletin is back, and just in time to save local newspaper readers from the quagmire of liberal junk for which we had no alternative for years. Actually, the Bulletin has been back since 2004. I had heard something about it, but didn't know the story and didn't pay much … Continue reading Nearly everybody reads the Bulletin

New life in death for a moral compass

"He has now been gathered by the Lord, in whom he trusted."Those are the words of Fr. George Butler, who administered the last rites of the Church on Thursday to one Richard John Neuhaus.At age 72, the former Lutheran clergyman turned Catholic priest died after a short battle against the cancer with which he had … Continue reading New life in death for a moral compass