Papers, Essays and Research

Gay Activists Blame Christians for Orlando Attack: Their Issue Is Sex, Not Violence

June 17, 2016

By Bill Donohue This article was originally published by CNSNews.com June 17, 2016. The man responsible for the Orlando killings, we’re told, was a devout Muslim who attended a mosque several times a week, brought a prayer rug to work, pledged his allegiance to ISIS, cheered the 9/11 massacre, traveled to Saudi Arabia, and was raised by his Taliban-loving... [Read more...]

No Moral Obligation to Ensure Income Equality, Only Equitable Conditions

June 9, 2016

By Bill Donohue This article was originally published by CNSNews.com on June 9, 2016. Income inequality is a natural outcome of many factors, and can never be eliminated; it is a universal fact of life. Whether it is a problem has much to do with expectations, as well as with the actual living conditions of those at the bottom of the socio-economic... [Read more...]

Trump Is a Man of the People

June 2, 2016

Bill Donohue This article was originally published by Newsmax on June 2, 2016. The rise of Donald Trump has totally confounded the chattering class. This is as true for conservatives as it is for liberals. Never in recent history have more deep-thinkers been wrong about a presidential candidate than now. That’s because all the books they’ve... [Read more...]

Transgender Policies Based on Feelings, Not Biology

May 26, 2016

Bill Donohue This article was originally published by Newsmax on May 25, 2016. Looks like old Descartes got it wrong. “Cogito ergo sum,” or, “I think therefore I am,” has been superseded by “Sentio ergo sum,” or, “I feel therefore I am.” Welcome to the post-Oprah world of feelings. “Follow your feelings.... [Read more...]

Trump Taps Into Mass Mistrust

April 22, 2016

No one who has ever run for president has generated more opposition, from both his own party and the media, than Donald Trump. Yet they have all failed to stop him. The Republican elite lined up to promote Jeb Bush, and when Trump started to soar, they sought to bring him down. News reporters and pundits, on both the left and the right, ripped Trump,... [Read more...]

Religious Liberty Under Fire in Georgia

March 24, 2016

Bill Donohue This article was originally published by Newsmax on March 24, 2016. The two Democrats running for president are rarely asked to address religious liberty issues, and that is because everyone knows that neither Hillary Clinton nor Sen. Bernie Sanders places much of a premium on such matters. The three Republican candidates are more likely... [Read more...]

Elite Don’t Get Trump’s Appeal

February 10, 2016

This article by Bill Donohue was originally published by Newsmax on February 10, 2016. In 1972, Pauline Kael, film critic for the New Yorker, famously said after the presidential election, “I can’t believe Nixon won. I don’t know anyone who voted for him.” Following the New Hampshire primary, former New Hampshire Governor John... [Read more...]

CHARLIE HEBDO AND THE MEDIA ARE COWARDS

January 5, 2016

Bill Donohue The publisher of Charlie Hebdo, Stephane Charbonnier, was among the 12 people killed in Paris on January 7 last year. The New York Times described him as a “staunch left-wing activist, raised in a family of communists.” He was also an unrelenting bigot. Charb, as he was known, did not deserve to be shot, but attempts to lionize... [Read more...]

Schools Should Celebrate Christmas

December 11, 2015

This article by Bill Donohue was originally published by Newsmax on December 10, 2015. Religious expression in the schools is a perennial issue, but at no time in the school calendar is it more controversial than at Christmas. This year is no exception. Just recently, the University of Tennessee sought to ban Christmas celebrations, but thanks to a... [Read more...]

When the Pope Tried to Kill Hitler

November 16, 2015

Church of Spies: The Pope’s Secret War Against Hitler by Mark Riebling Basic Books, New York, 2015 375 pages, $29.99. Ronald J. Rychlak Pope Pius XII and the Nazis: far too many writers have wandered into this fascinating subject without bringing anything new to the table. Many of the late pope’s critics have simply repeated information that appeared... [Read more...]

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