Tag: church

In America, Is Open Debate Even Possible Anymore?

By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot And so we ask an important question. In America, is it possible to have open, vigorous, no-holds-barred debate? Is it? Is it really possible? It’s a shame we have to even ask the question but Read More

South Carolina already regulated guns in church. So how will more gun control help, Mr. President?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Once again, Save Jerseyans, we’ve seen a monster commit mass murder in ideal liberal conditions, a fact that makes President Barack Obama‘s call for more gun control in the wake of the Emanuel African Read More

Kean: We must “save and educate” in wake of Charleston church shooting

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean issued the following statement after Wednesday night’s Charleston church shooting that left 9 dead including a South Carolina state senator: I must echo the calls for justice and peace from the Read More

Are You A Witness? Or a Spectator?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog ALSA isn’t trumpeting its support for embryonic stem cell research these days, Save Jerseyans, but more and more pro-life groups and institutions are speaking up to raise awareness of where donations made through ALS.org’s Read More

If Francis Could Meet Cory

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Pope Francis’s criticism of capitalism continues to be a hot topic through the first half of the Christmas season, Save Jerseyans, although as a friend pointed out to me earlier today, the Holy Father’s distrust of Read More

Is The Pope Against Capitalism And Free Markets?

By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot There is growing concern about what appear to be recent attacks on free markets and on capitalism itself by Pope Francis. Mary Anastasia O’Grady has analyzed all this quite objectively in the Wall Street Journal. Here’s part Read More

FEMA Shuns Religious Groups

FEMA Continues to Discriminate Against Churches and Synagogues Devastated by Superstorm Sandy By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com WASHINGTON, DC – “It has been five long months since the House overwhelmingly passed my legislation to ensure that houses of worship are no longer discriminated Read More