By Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSiteNews - Cardinal Raymond Burke told EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo that the pope must investigate the allegations Archbishop Carlo Viganó made against former cardinal Archbishop Theodore McCarrick… “These accusations are the most serious kind and are rightly the cause of a grievous scandal in our nation,” Cardinal Burke said, “and as a result, (of) a crisis which I witness every time I’ve visited our nation since these revelations about Theodore McCarrick.”
By Robert W. Merry, American Conservative - That exchange came to mind the other day when I read in The Wall Street Journal that radio stations across the country have been banning from their playlists Frank Loesser’s famous song “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” an instant hit and perennial Christmas favorite since it captured an Academy Award as best original song in 1949’s Neptune’s Daughter. It seems that some of the #MeToo people think it evokes “date rape and coercion,” as the Journal puts it.
By Dave McClow, Crisis Magazine - The recent revelations are stunning and abhorrent regarding former Cardinal McCarrick, the Pennsylvania grand jury investigation, the sworn testimonies of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, and the worldwide parade of shameful news. These accusations affect me viscerally. I am angered, outraged, and profoundly sad.
By T.R. Clancy, American Thinker - Summarizing her and Chuck Schumer's meeting with Trump, she told the media, "I myself thought we should open the meeting with a prayer, which I did. I told him about King Solomon, when he was to become king of the Jews, he prayed to God, he said: 'I need you to give me great understanding and wisdom, Lord.'"