By John Zmirak, The Stream - We don’t want to admit it: The people we’re fighting are monsters. We desperately try to deny it: We’re governed by our enemies. Our soul shrinks at accepting it: We confront the doctrines of demons... If you’re a nice, normal person you don’t want to admit that. It seems somehow “un-Christian.” But as St. Augustine once said, “God doesn’t need your lie.” Read this story, about a public school teacher coaching first-graders to masturbate. No, seriously, force yourself to go read it.
By Kayla Sargent, LifeNews - President Donald Trump .. put Big Tech on blast in an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal. He described the internet as “the new public square.” And the former president called out Big Tech companies for being “increasingly brazen and shameless in censoring and discriminating against ideas, information and people on social media—banning users, deplatforming organizations, and aggressively blocking the free flow of information on which our democracy depends.”
By Trey Blanton, Church Militant - Fort Worth bishop Michael Olson has sided with the hospitals, opposing patients' right to live. Olson told legislators people should not cling to life because it shows a lack of hope in the hereafter, and, also, doctors should be trusted to know what's best. Olson explains, "It's not unlike a patient who comes in and demands hormonal treatment at the age of 13 or 14 because of transgender therapy and the physician says to the patient or parent, 'I don't think this is right. I think it is morally unethical.'"
By John-Henry Westen, LifeSiteNews - Former U.S. nuncio Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò condemns Pope Francis’s recent endorsement of homosexuality-promoting priest Father James Martin.
“It is a suicidal gesture in which the leaders of the Church surrender unconditionally to the antichristic ideology of globalism and hand over the entire flock of Christ as a hostage to the Enemy, abdicating their role as Pastors and showing themselves for who they really are: mercenaries and traitors,” he said.