Accused Abuser McCarrick Moved to Kansas Friary, Next Door to Grade School

Disgraced former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who was credibly accused of sexually abusing a teenager, has been moved from Washington, D.C. the former seat of his cardinalate, to a friary in Kansas, right next door to Catholic elementary and high schools.  “No. Wait. Seriously? This is not a mistake?” asked canon lawyer Ed Peters in a tweet.  “I mean wrong map or something? Surely, no one could be that clueless as to put Uncle Ted next to a grade school.” Read more:

Is the Trump Administration Serious about Refusing to Promote the LGBT Agenda?

The President once again made assurances that he would not use U.S. foreign policy as a tool for social engineering in other countries, as the Obama administration did to promote international acceptance of homosexuality and abortion rights.  “I honor the right of every nation in this room to pursue its own customs, beliefs, and traditions. The United States will not tell you how to live or work or worship. We only ask that you honor our sovereignty in return.”  The promise is welcome to many UN member states who were pressured by the Obama administration to accept homosexuality internationally through UN resolutions.  Read more:

BREAKING: Viganò Releases New ‘Testimony Responding to Pope’s Silence on McCarrick Cover-Up

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has today issued new extraordinary testimony, responding to Pope Francis’ refusal to answer the charge that he knew of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s sexual abuse, yet made McCarrick “one of his principal agents in governing the Church.”  In the four-page document, the former Apostolic Nuncio to the United States also responds to the Pope’s recent homilies which seem to cast himself in the role of Christ and Viganò as the diabolical “Great Accuser.”  “Has Christ perhaps become invisible to his vicar? Perhaps is he being tempted to try to act as a substitute of our only Master and Lord?” surmises Archbishop Viganò.  Read more:

California Schools Pushing Racist, LGBT, SJW Agenda on Children

If you are still unsure about some grand conspiracy to indoctrinate California’s children, the American Federation of Teachers (labor union) has lessons on “How to Combat Gender Bias.” My particular favorite is number #4, with this cute gender-neutral picture: “We should avoid grouping children by their gender. Make sure all classroom rules apply to a multitude of sexes. Have equal books, guest speakers, films on males, females, transgender people, etc., to create wide exposure and to normalize these ideas for children.”  Read more:

Stalin Would Approve: The Only Thing Missing So Far is the Live Ammo

We have entered a genuinely Stalinist world in which all it takes is an accusation from the favored clique, in this case, “progressive” women, to wreck an honest man’s career. There is no trial on facts or law any longer. As others have pointed out, we now have “guilt by accusation.” If you are a member of the elite class and simply make the accusation against a member of the disfavored class, his life is over. He’s ruined. He’s through. There’s no defense because the accusation itself is its own proof.  Read more:

SWIFT JUSTICE: Pedo Makes Mistake of Assaulting Daughter of Shotgun-Owning Momma Bear

ABC News 14 reports that the woman heard “a commotion” in her Morgantown, West Virginia, home, so she grabbed her shotgun and went to investigate. Upon reaching her daughter’s room, she allegedly saw the man “struggling with her daughter.”  The man then turned toward the mother, “at which point she fired directly into his face, blowing off most of his head.”  The man, a registered sex offender, died immediately.  Read more:

Alabama Town Recites Lord’s Prayer, Wears ‘We Believe’ T-Shirts after Prayer Banned at Football Games

Many in the community were not pleased by the news and have responded with their own initiative to keep prayer and faith included in the games.  An online video shows the crowd reciting the Lord’s Prayer, with participants wearing “We Believe” T-shirts.  “I’ve never been more proud,” said Gregg Armstrong, minister at Locust Fork Baptist Church.  “[The shirts] mean that we are standing up for our Christianity and that no one can really stop us even if they try and put a lawsuit against us, it doesn’t mean anything,” one child named Kayla told WVTM 13 during the game. “We can still stand up for our Christianity.”  Read more: