Labor Day

Why Satanism Is Now on the Center Stage in the Culture War

The religious right has often been looked down upon by many Americans involved in the political scene. For them, it shouldn’t exist. According to the secular liberal tradition, the public square is supposed to be value-neutral. Any religious intrusion into political matters is to be discouraged. The secular left is especially fearful of mixing politics [...]

What Plato Advises

During the Labor Day holiday, I read two dialogues of Plato, the "Timaeus" and the "Parmenides." These are among Plato's longer and more difficult dialogues -- the first about creating the world, and the second about the One. In the "Timaeus," we read: "As the ancient proverb well puts it, 'Only a man of sound [...]

What to do on Labor Day, besides nothing

I'm not sure about you, but as I was thinking about how to spend my time today, the thought crossed my mind: What exactly is Labor Day anyway?  Apparently, this holiday became official in 1894, after 13 railroad workers died at the hands of the U.S. military in Illinois during the Pullman Strike. The holiday [...]

Get Thee to NYC on August 26th — I’ll Be There!

If you are able, I urge you to join Bill Donohue at the Catholic League rally in New York City on August 26 at the Empire State Building.  I will be there, I wouldn't miss a chance to join the protest against the landlord who decided to pull the plug on the lights honoring Mother [...]

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