The reason my submission is read and silence is that it is not just near the truth but is!
As it is, you come across like Trump when he said, "Look what happened in Sweden. Who would have thought it, Sweden!" without telling what happened and when - namely, in that week nothing happened...
Perhaps then they would have to build a Northerner wall too.
So the poppycock that the Civil Wars was all about slavery is pathetic.
Most of the young in the world in relation to 1861 will tell you it was all about slavery which is a load of tosh.
Could it be worse if a real democracy??
The main cause of our civil war was the issue of slavery.
Wrong, very wrong.
Anyway, I've noticed that I've started tuning out about half the news because it can be summarized thus: "Trump tweeted something stupid again, NO W8 OMIGOSH HE ACTUALLY SAID SOMETHING STUPID IN A SPEECH THIS TIME and ISIS was driven back a little further."
But what seemed to trouble Fr Spadaro and Fr Figueroa even more was the embrace by many Catholics of the "stigmatisation of enemies who are often demonised". "The panorama of threats to their understanding of the American way of life have included modernist spirits, the black civil rights movement, the hippy movement, communism, feminist movements and so on. And now in our day there are the migrants and the Muslims," the article said, adding that they were putting the "conquering and defence of the promised land" above the "incisive look, full of love, of Jesus in the Gospel".Related article How the Bible Belt lost God and found Trump "The political strategy for success becomes that of raising the tones of the conflictual, exaggerating disorder, agitating the souls of the people by painting worrying scenarios beyond any realism," it added. On the other hand, Pope Francis was "carrying forward a systematic counter-narration with respect to the narrative of fear" due to the "need to fight the manipulation of this season of anxiety and insecurity". Some conservative Catholics were outraged by the piece. "Due to its unprecedented nature, and the direct attack it makes on the United States, its current administration, American Evangelicals, Conservative Catholics in the United States (and Europe and Africa, concerned with the rise of Islamism) . . . the article's over-reach is nothing if not breathtaking," wrote Rorate Caeli, a conservative Catholic blog.
Trump's speeches? Harder to tell. At his level of self-contradiction, a speech is probably only valid until the next, but I would still give his speeches a higher precedence than his tweets.
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