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What happened to American political will to deal with the overpopulation problem?

November 26, 1975 marked the end of the peak of American political will to deal with the overpopulation problem.

Which pew are you in?

The Catholic Church has lost more members than any religion practiced here. But it has replaced its losses from the massive immigration invasion by Latinos.

President Nixon’s “Special Message” on Population

TO THE CONGRESS of the United States: In 1830 there were one billion people on the planet earth. By 1930 there were two billion, and…

When is religious tolerance inappropriate?

As Christopher Hitchens notes in his 2007 book, "God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything", all religions are basically totalitarian.

How the Vatican Influences U.S. Policy

The Vatican influences US policy in hundreds of ways. Most important in creating these opportunities is the Church's almost unimaginable wealth.

Catholic Bishops Cross Church-State Line

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops has caused Catholic pulpits nationwide to urge open borders for legal and illegal aliens alike.

Abortion battle’s end looms

Having been a family planning activist since 1965, I have witnessed and shared many battles against those who seek to limit women’s choices.

Examples of Vatican influence on policies of nations

The Vatican's influence on the US is not unique. All governments except China are victims of this Vatican manipulation of government policy.

Why the Catholic Church has survived for 2000 years while all other tyrannies have failed

The Catholic hierarchy exer­cises their sovereignty without the direct use of force, armies, police, or weapons. How is this possible?

The Catholic Church and Sex

The Church's preoccupation with sex stems chiefly from three very different concerns of power or control.

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