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Cancel Culture Irony: Thousands Boycott PayPal

Source: Kurt Mahlburg via mercatornet.com Reprinted with permission. Cancel culture is so out of control that its worst purveyors are now cancelling themselves. Proving that irony can indeed be delicious, this week thousands of PayPal customers closed their accounts after the payment platform threatened to fine users thousands of dollars […]

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Articles, Culture, Science & Society, Persecution

UN report on Xinjiang abuses leaves no room for plausible deniability

Source: Justine Nolan, UNSW SydneyReprinted with permission under a Creative Commons Licence via theconversation.com. The Chinese regime’s treatment of Uyghurs and other predominantly Muslim groups in the province of Xinjiang may constitute crimes against humanity, says a long-awaited report from the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human […]

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October: Monsters Edition

Source: Michael Hichborn, President, via Lepanto Institute. Reprinted with permission. While the Church and her faithful Catholics honor Our Lady and her most Holy Rosary throughout the month of October, the world prepares to celebrate a day dedicated to terrifying and demonic visages donned by children in the hopes of […]

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University Life Depends on the Moral Life

Source: John F. Doherty via thepublicdiscourse.com. Printed with permission.Originally appeared in  The Public Discourse, the journal of the Witherspoon Institute of Princeton NJ. Reason cannot become right reason unless the will is in love with the Truth; intellectual formation requires moral formation. And yet, as my previous essay argued, the […]

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Articles, Audio Podcasts, Christianity & Science

Michael Behe and Matthew Ramage Debate Evolution and ID, Pt. 1

Source: ID THE FUTURE via idthefuture.comReprinted with permission Today’s ID the Future brings the first part of a friendly debate/discussion between Lehigh University biologist and intelligent design proponent Michael Behe and Catholic theologian Matthew Ramage. Led by Philosophy for the People podcast host Pat Flynn, Behe starts by noting that he is […]

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British Inquest concludes that social media contributed to the death of a London teenager.

Source: Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition A British Coroners Inquest into the death of 14-year-old Molly Russell concluded that social media content had contributed to her death. A British Medical Journal (BMJ) article by Clare Dyer stated: Coroner Andrew Walker ruled that the harmful material had contributed to 14 year […]

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Articles, Culture, Science & Society, Life Issues

Assisted Suicide Is Not About Autonomy; It Is A Symptom of Systems Which Deny Autonomy To Sick And Disabled People

Source: Reprinted with permission by Alex Schadenberg, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. This article was first published as a guest blog by the disability rights group Not Dead Yet on August 8, 2022 By Kathleen Nicole O’Neal On June 16, 2022, a forty-four-year-old Italian citizen named Federico Carboni became the first patient in the history […]

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Loving Theory Instead of Literature

Source: Lee Trepanier via thepublicdiscourse.com. Originally appeared in  The Public Discourse, the journal of the Witherspoon Institute of Princeton NJ, and is reprinted with permission. After reading Terry Eagleton’s new book, Critical Revolutionaries, the message is quite clear for those who love literature: avoid graduate school, find others who share your passion, […]