LGBT / Gay "Rights"

Don’t Just Opt Out—Fight Back

Is opting-out of LGBTQ+ curriculum at public schools enough? We need to directly challenge the presence of sexual perversion in our children’s school libraries and classrooms.

Targeting Target

It would be instructive to look at the current LGBTQ+ controversies in the light of the famous Scopes Trial.

Dodger Blues

Baseball is the “national pastime,” the most integrating—and the most integrated—of all professional sports. Now it sees fit to attack members of the nation’s largest religious group.

The Dodger Betrayal

As the daughter of a Dodgers minor-league team owner and the wife of a former Dodgers player, the team is in my blood. Yet as a Catholic I now find myself humiliated by their anti-Catholicism.

Pride Month Goeth Before a Fall

The Rainbow Flag is a lie, plain and simple, and it shouldn’t be tolerated either on the conservative Christian side or the liberal secular side. It is pandering, it is patronizing, it is grooming.

Overcoming Pride Month

Catholics are starting to fight back against Pride Month, resisting the dominant forces that demand we endorse sin and corrupt our kids. What practical steps can we take this year to overcome the deadliest of months?

Lighting a Candle to Rainbow Zeus

This June, say no. Don’t bow down to the Rainbow Zeus. The rainbow nonsense is not a grassroots thing. It is purely top-down, forced on us by the rich and powerful.

The Dodgers’ Flip-Flip-Flop

The Los Angeles Dodgers recently demonstrated exactly how to give themselves a PR nightmare while also revealing the power of the Alphabet Mafia.

The They/Them Who Cried Theocracy

A common leftist tactic is to cry “authoritarian theocracy” whenever a devout Catholic is considered for a position of influence. But another tactic consists of quietly invading and infiltrating Catholic institutions.

Loud Live the Dogma

“The world has heard enough of the so-called ‘rights of man.’ Let it hear something of the rights of God.” — Pope Leo XIII Like all the philosophers of the Enlightenment, John Locke believed that morality could be justified on purely rational grounds. Like all the philosophers of the Enlightenment, he was also wary of … Read more

America, Post-Logic

In genius and influence, according to Christopher Dawson, Abu Hamed Mohammad Ghazali (1058–1111) most resembles Saint Thomas Aquinas. This is indeed high praise. The Persian scholar’s most famous work is The Destruction of Philosophy (Tehâfat el Falâsifah). As a Moslem thinker, he saw clearly the fundamental incompatibility between the Moslem faith and the Greek conception … Read more

Et Tu, Gorsuch?

“An employer who fires an individual for being homosexual or transgender fires that person for traits or actions it would not have questioned in members of a different sex,” he wrote. “It is impossible to discriminate against a person for being homosexual or transgender without discriminating against that individual based on sex.” This isn’t the … Read more

Rights for LGBTs—But Not God

On the Saturday of the Easter Triduum, Virginia governor Ralph Northam signed Senate Bill 868, called the Virginia Values Act, which “prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in housing, public or private employment, public spaces and credit transactions,” according to the Washington Post. It also provides “causes of action,” allowing … Read more

Spain Found Its Voice. Will We?

Over in Spain, the Vox (“Voice”) party is standing up for parents’ rights in education. Vox is promoting a policy that allows parents to opt their children out of “talks, workshops or activities with an ideological or moral leaning against their leanings”. Not surprisingly, the policy in defense of parental rights has sparked a firestorm … Read more

The Case of Trump v. Rainbow Mafia

Mark Joseph Stern, the resident LGBT scold at Slate magazine, is having a hissy fit over pronouns. Stern complains that a “transgender” pedophile in federal custody was not allowed to be called by his preferred pronouns. The case revolves around a man named Norman Varner, who, in 2012, was found to have sexual images of … Read more

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