Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl, the Archbishop of Washington. Ever since a Pennsylvania grand jury report was released in August, Wuerl has been under considerable pressure to resign.
Americans from coast to coast enjoy purchasing goods on the internet. It’s comfortable, convenient, and the product is delivered right to your doorstep. Online shopping makes it possible for people to buy products from states clear on the other side of the country and, in many cases to find unique or difficult to find items.
Medicare is going bust in 8 years. According to the Boards of Trustees of the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund, by 2026, there will be insufficient funds for care and access to physicians will become a major problem. Eight years is very short. Every politician is afraid to have Medicare fail on their watch, so they won’t get rid of Obamacare because they NEED the health plans.
In an effort to force corporations to pay higher wages to their lower-income employees, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) introduced legislation earlier in September that would require employers with 500 employees or more to pay a tax equal to the amount of federal benefits received by their employees. The legislation, titled the “Stop Bad Employers by Zeroing Out Subsidies (BEZOS) Act,” would apply to employers who have employees enrolled in various welfare programs, including Medicaid, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and the federal free and reduced lunch plan.
After every political defeat, the left seems to blame anyone but themselves. Instead, they lash out at our political institutions.
Someone please tell me what bizarro world Democratic activists inhabit — those who are grumbling that Republicans are unscrupulous partisan warriors imposing their agenda by government coercion and trampling the innocent, passive left in the process.
Hillary Clinton isn't president, but Hollywood is offering the biggest consolation prize it has: working her into TV plots where she can be toasted as wise and wonderful. Within the first two weeks of the fall season, CBS has done this twice.
That our principal Arab ally in our confrontation with Iran, which could lead to yet another U.S. war, is a regime headed by so unstable a character should raise serious concerns about where it is we are going in the Middle East.
On October 10, in his weekly address before the general audience at St. Peter's Square, Pope Francis spoke about the evil of abortion. Going off script, he said procuring abortion is like hiring a hit man to kill. The media in the United States showed little interest in reporting his comments.
Throughout history there are Christians who chose to run into the brokenness, not away from it. And one just won the Nobel Peace Prize.