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by | Nov 5, 2022

One does not have to believe in the theory of the “great replacement” to take seriously the gradual disappearance of the French from towns where immigrants democratically took power. Like in the town of Stains, just north of Paris, where…

by | Oct 22, 2022

Democracy emerged in the West as a consequence of secularization. Religion lost its privileged position in human life, we embraced material science and secular philosophy, and democracy began to take hold. Religion is imperious, intolerant of answers other than its…

by | Oct 17, 2022

The mainstream media sounded the alarm after Italy elected Giorgia Meloni as its next prime minister. Even if many doubt Meloni’s sincerity in distancing herself from fascism, her mainstream views — such as her faith and her Euroscepticism — are…

by | Oct 4, 2022

In one of the early Honeymooners episodes (an eight-minute skit, before Audrey Meadows joined), Ralph Kramden (Jackie Gleason) suspects his wife, Alice, is cheating on him (she is actually secretly meeting a jeweler to buy him a ring). Ever loyal…

by | Oct 4, 2022

The nation’s flagship Catholic university is getting into the business of the occult. The University of Notre Dame is selling tarot cards that can be used for divinatory purposes and witchcraft guides that teach readers magic spells. The products are…

by | Oct 1, 2022

In his past few podcasts, Jordan Peterson has picked up with greater vigor a theme that has been increasingly among his favorites: the inescapable role of God in life and meaning. This would not be so noteworthy were Peterson a…

by | Sep 23, 2022

I know the Church is truly a work of God because it has managed to survive the temples built in the second half of the 20th century, especially in Europe, although there is also some unrefined ecclesiastical architecture in the…

by | Sep 21, 2022

The Pew Research Center published a study last week that predicts Christians will make up less than half of Americans by around 2050, if current trends hold. According to this scenario, Americans will be split in 2070 between 46 percent…

by | Sep 16, 2022

An idiot is an idiot. It is a purely scientific description. You see them, you watch them move through the world, you hear them talk, and somewhere inside you, an instinctive voice screams out: “Watch it, you’re looking at an…

by | Sep 5, 2022

There was a moment after the first set tiebreak when you could be forgiven for thinking the tall Russian could rally and pull through. Ranked no. 1 worldwide, though barred from the previous major at Wimbledon due to wartime hysteria,…

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