Seen on the web: Today’s political definition of the word “apology”

From The Alinsky New Leftist Dictionary:

a-pol-o-gy
noun, plural a-pol-o-gies

1. What you do when you are caught doing something criminal, and seek to placate weak opposition leaders and a corrupt press, so as to be able to continue in your criminal behavior without interruption.

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An unborn baby is “not a potential life, but a life with potential.”

A few years ago, my father commented on one of his favorite pro-life bumper stickers. That bumper-sticker phrase has stuck with me. The phrase is very truthful: “if it’s not a baby, then you’re not pregnant.”

Not only is such a phrase truthful, but it is very commonsense and simple – or at least should be. Now, there are those who will disagree with me, and may even express such disagreement right here on this forum. So, for the people who disagree, I have to ask: if what is in the mother’s womb is not a baby, what is it?

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NASA definition of life seems plausible … at first.

Make sure you read this one all the way to the end…

A conversation with a pro-choice person that bears repeating, in case you ever hear a similar argument.

The original definition of social justice is better

“Today,” Messmore writes, “political activists often use the phrase ‘social justice’ to justify government redistribution of wealth.” However, Luigi Taparelli D’Azeglio, the ninetheenth- century Jesuit Italian priest who coined the phrase, prefaced the word justice with social in order to “emphasize the social nature of human beings” and “the importance of various social spheres outside civic government.”

Social justice to Taparelli entailed a “social order in which government doesn’t overrun or crowd out institutions of civil society such as family, church and local organizations.”

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Archbishop Fulton Sheen explains “tolerance”

Thanks to the good folks over at American Catholic