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A Syracuse, NY, bookstore owner took a ‘day of mourning’ in protest of the expansive new pro-abortion law which removes most protections for the preborn.

Source: NY Bookstore closed in protest of new abortion law flooded with orders

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TFP Rosary of reparation draws about 75 participants

Source: Large Crowd of Faithful Protest Fr. James Martin in Chicago

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Childe Hassam 1859-1935 - American painter - Avenue of the Allies 1918 - The Impressionist Flags  (5).jpg


BLOGGER QUOTING:  “Flag burning is wrong, purely and simply. Deep down everyone knows it but many are afraid to admit it. However, they should at least realize that they insult the soldier when saying he dies so that others can burn the flag.

Such conclusions used to be obvious in times when objective standards of right and wrong were universally recognized. Prohibiting flag burning was enshrined in law for decades without any threat to the freedom of citizens. Moreover, such a prohibition is, even now, supported by many common-sense Americans who wish to see the flag defended by a constitutional amendment.

But this is not obvious to others in these times of moral relativism. Such people follow the worn-out liberal dogma that confuses freedom and license. They define freedom as doing anything one wants to do as long as it does not hurt others. This is to misunderstand natural liberty. This liberal way of thinking turns “freedom” into a means of justifying the practice of vice, gratifying passions or dividing the nation. This kind of “freedom” resents authority, order and restraint of all types. Inside this definition, they invent the “freedom” to burn the flag.”


Soldiers Don’t Fight So Protesters Can Burn Flags

Source: Soldiers Don’t Fight So Protesters Can Burn Flags –

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