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George Neumayr
George Neumayr
George Neumayr, a contributing editor to The American Spectator, is co-author of No Higher Power: Obama’s War on Religious Freedom.
by | Jan 19, 2020

In one of his last speeches before abdicating in 2013, Pope Benedict XVI decried the liberalism that had seeped into the Church after Vatican II. To this liberalism, he traced “so many problems, so much misery, in reality: seminaries closed,…

by | Jan 17, 2020

The last refuge of a flailing female candidate is sexism. Back in 2008, as Hillary Clinton lost ground to Barack Obama in the primaries, her surrogates turned to charges of sexism to explain her woes. “If Obama was a white…

by | Jan 12, 2020

The Vatican’s long-promised report on the Theodore McCarrick scandal has yet to materialize. Meanwhile, his “nephews” continue to rise in the Church, often taking positions within the inner circle of Pope Francis. Cardinal Kevin Farrell, who roomed with McCarrick for…

by | Jan 7, 2020

America’s economic growth under Barack Obama was anemic, and the economy would have been even worse had the Democrats enjoyed control over Congress during his two terms. Were the Democrats to return to the White House in 2020, all the…

by | Jan 5, 2020

The media insists that Jorge Bergoglio is the pope of the common man even as he turns his nose up at populist movements, hobnobs with celebrities, plots with UN elitists, and slaps the hand of a ropeline enthusiast. The last…

by | Jan 2, 2020

The other day Joe Biden claimed that he would consider a Republican running mate. Right. The chances of that happening are nil, given the hardcore leftist composition of the Democratic Party. But Biden likes to feed the mythology that he…

by | Dec 29, 2019

In 2013, I wrote a column warning of PC drift in the Baptist world. Russell Moore, one of the leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention, had given an interview to the Wall Street Journal for an article entitled, “Evangelical Leader…

by | Dec 27, 2019

“Inspired by true events” has become Hollywood’s euphemism for pure fabrication. Netflix’s The Two Popes begins with that statement, then proceeds to tell a tale wholly inspired by the left’s lies about Pope Benedict XVI and its hagiography of Pope…

by | Dec 22, 2019

The other day the media got very excited about an editorial in Christianity Today calling for Trump’s removal from office. The media normally instructs Christians to keep their faith out of politics. But suddenly pundits favor inserting faith into it….

by | Dec 19, 2019

Under the hackery of the Democrats, impeachment has become the tribute that unproductive partisans pay a productive president whom they can’t beat at the ballot box. Trump’s impeachment on Wednesday was embarrassing to watch, as Democrats faked up outrage over…

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