By Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, LifeSiteNews - Now that I am free from my official assignment, the inspiration confided to me by Pope Benedict permits me to address President Trump with the utmost freedom, pointing out his role in the national and international context and how decisive his mission is in the epochal confrontation that has been unfolding in recent months... It appears today that the Holy See is being assaulted by enemy forces. I speak as a Bishop, as a Successor of the Apostles. The silence of the shepherds is deafening and upsetting. ..
By Declan Leary, Crisis Magazine - Picking up on the political utility of the label.. the Biden campaign has been hammering home “Joe’s Catholic roots” in a last-ditch effort to retain those voters who still attend Sunday services somewhere other than the Church of Woke. In response to this transparent politicking, some have pointed out that Biden spent a good chunk of the last century promoting such anti-Catholic policies as systematic infanticide, government-sanctioned sodomy, and high taxes. Biden, they say, cannot support these things and still be Catholic.
By Mary Margaret Olohan, The Stream - The Thomson Reuters Foundation and the nonprofit Geneva-based New Humanitarian conducted a year long investigation published Tuesday in which the news organizations interviewed 51 women. Thirty of these women said that they were exploited by men who worked on the Ebola outbreak for the WHO beginning in 2018, the investigation found... All 51 women said that when they applied for jobs, they were pressured to have sex with WHO employees, employees of other international aid organizations ...
By Chad Groening, Billy Davis, OneNewsNow - President Donald Trump is being praised for his debate night performance, in particular his comments on the pandemic and the crashed economy, while moderator Chris Wallace is getting called out for his glaring bias... "I could not be more happy with our president and the way that he handled himself,” Cathie Adams, of Eagle Forum... “He was not going to sit there and take it.”... Adams says many Americans could sympathize over Trump’s frustration with the China-created pandemic, and the mandatory shutdowns that have thrown millions out of work, as well as mandatory mask orders.