By Anna Abbott, EWTN News - With record numbers unemployed, “nonessential” businesses shuttered, livelihoods shattered and rioting in major cities, apologist Trent Horn and economist Catherine R. Pakaluk’s Can a Catholic be a Socialist? (The Answer is No — Here’s Why) (Catholic Answers, El Cajon, 2020) is eerily prescient... The opening chapter, “The Return of Socialism,” explains why economic distress leads to support for socialism. One can see why “Medicare for all” and “universal income” look like lifesavers in a time of crisis.
By Craig Bannister, CNSNews - By preventing Pres. Trump and his supporters from communicating with the American people via social media platforms, Big Tech is attempting to ensure the president won’t win reelection in November, Media Research Center (MRC) President Brent Bozell (writes)... “It is the greatest form of censorship, not to mention election manipulation, this country has ever witnessed,” Bozell warns in his opinion piece, “2020 and Big Tech – Election isn't just about Trump vs. Biden. It's about fate of democracy.”
By Maria Gallagher, LifeNews - In a dramatic turn-around from the Obama Administration, President Trump and his Cabinet have initiated an agenda which makes pro-life policies a top priority... From filling the Administration with pro-life personnel to directing funding away from Planned Parenthood, the Trump Administration has pursued a consistent and unwavering dedication to ensuring the protection of preborn children and their mothers.
By Christopher Manion, The Wanderer - By the way, these persecuted communities also comprise the millions of black children who are targeted by abortion mills in inner cities. Why haven’t the bishops issued a pastoral letter on that monumental racist crime?... Don’t expect them to any time soon. At their annual meeting last November two-thirds of our shepherds voted to affirm that abortion was the “preeminent” political issue facing Catholics in the coming election. The USCCB bureaucracy immediately reversed that decision with regard to its programs, but today we can affirm that the minority of bishops has prevailed in practice: Abortion is not the “preeminent” political issue for Catholics, racism is.