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Blowing Up The DEI Agenda

Bill Donohue DEI training (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) cost American business $8 billion a year, and while there are some signs that it is peaking, it is not for lack of trying. For example, since 2019, “Belonging” has been added to this scam, hence DEIB. This is a classic case of empire building. Democratic pundit James Carville recently said that …

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Can’t Erase Our Judeo-Christian Past

By Bill Donohue Militant secularists would like to erase our religious heritage, but they are clearly in over their heads. Our nation’s Capitol abounds with Judeo-Christian iconography, so much so that it overwhelms attempts to cancel it. The dome of the U.S. Capitol was inspired by the dome of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, as well as St. Paul’s Cathedral …

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Our Schizophrenic Drug Policies

By Bill Donohue The more states legalize drugs, the more crowded hospital ER’s become. But the liberal elites in charge of dealing with this issue are unable to connect the dots. Their policies are downright incoherent. Indeed, they are schizophrenic. Connecticut lawmakers have sounded the alarms over drinking and driving and will soon decide whether to lower the state’s blood …

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Remember The Budapest Memorandum:

America’s Promise To Defend Ukraine By John D.A. Czop In the first sentence of paragraph five of her POSTOPINION article( NEW YORK POST, Tuesday, February 27, 2024, page 29), “Why Ukraine Fights: and why we should keep helping” Kelly Jane Torrance writes: “President Biden and other Democrats have done a terrible job of making the case for more and better Ukraine …

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The IF in Life

By Bryan Golden Life is filled with ifs.  The ever constant dilemma is, “If I do this, what will happen?”  People also lament about the past with thoughts of “If I had only done things differently.”  Then there is worry about the future with “What will I do if that happens?” You can’t go forward in life when you are …

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Gov. Abbott Made Immigration #1 Issue

By Bill Donohue Whether one agrees with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to bus illegal aliens to sanctuary cities around the country or not, it is indisputable that he is responsible for making immigration the Number One issue in the nation. His gambit was sociologically brilliant. He turned what was perceived by most Americans to be a regional issue into …

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Public Views On Marriage And The Family

By Bill Donohue The Pew Research Center recently released extensive survey data on marriage and the family that yielded some conflicting results. On the one hand, the public is worried about the current state of affairs, but on the other hand it appears they don’t fully understand why. When asked about the future of the country, 40 percent said they …

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Focus

By Bryan Golden Focus is the deliberate concentration of all of your energy in order to attain a specific goal.  A laser beam is a perfect example of the power of focus.  By directing light rays in one unified direction, laser beams can be constructed that will cut through steel. A light bulb is the opposite of a laser.  From …

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Resistance To Change

By Bryan Golden ‘We feel comfortable with what is familiar.  Routines offer safety.  Change takes us into the unknown.  Change forces us onto new paths.  Change is resisted because it is easier not to change. Resistance to change isn’t based on logic, it’s based on fear of the unfamiliar.  Resistance to change limit’s your benefiting from new opportunities.  It provides …

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Thanksgiving Tribute To Families

By Bill Donohue Thanksgiving is the quintessential family get-together event, so I thought it apropos to share my thoughts on what makes good families tick. As a sociologist who has taught college classes on the family, and as one who has written extensively on the subject, it is my considered judgment that strong families are not built on luck or …

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