Political tradition has long called for the death of those who have committed heinous crimes; murder, forgery, and social disruption—all have had the penalties of death at some point in … Continue reading An Absurd Death (Penalty)
With the US presidential election drawing nearer, it seems appropriate to address who a Catholic in good standing can or cannot vote for. Regarding this issue, Church guidelines fall under two … Continue reading Who Should Catholics Vote for?
War, in the Catholic view, can be a good—not in and of itself, but by virtue of its end goal, so long as the means of it are within … Continue reading Justified: A War of Reason
“Controversial” doesn’t cut it. Merely the mention of Islam stirs heated and impassioned political debate—that is, if the ensuing exchange of ignorance and insults can even be called a debate. … Continue reading The Faithful Extremists
In regards to how a faithful Catholic may align him or herself politically, it is evident that in some ways we are to be liberal , but in others conservative … Continue reading The Divine Autocrat