By Kathy Schiffer, EWTN News - The 2018 midterm election results are coming in, and I am happy/sad. I'm sad because in Michigan, the noble John James lost his long-shot bid to wrestle a Senate seat from liberal Debbie Stabenow. I'm sad, too, because voters in Oregon voted to force taxpayers to fund abortion through all nine months of pregnancy.... But despite the disappointments here and there, yesterday’s election results, lumped together, pointed to some bright spots in Americans’ attitudes toward abortion.
By Dov Fischer, American Spectator - CNN’s Jim Acosta has emerged publicly as a profoundly rude and nasty person. Perhaps he is delightful and elegant in private, perhaps not. Maybe he opens doors for ladies, lets women enter and exit elevators before he does, and regularly offers his seat to standing seniors. But he ain’t like that in public. It startles the senses to see how incredibly rude and arrogant he is at press conferences.
By Msgr. Charles Pope - Their excuses illustrate well the disposition of many today who prefer the passing things of this world to the greater and lasting gifts of God and the things awaiting them in Heaven. While indifference and misplaced priorities have always been human problems, we in the modern age seem to exhibit them in greater abundance. This is likely an effect of having so many options and creature comforts available to us... Their indifference to, and rejection of, the invitation has a lasting effect. At the end of the day you’re either at the banquet or you’re not.