If wanting to uphold the Constitution, restore the rule of law and save our country from destruction is now considered terrorism or even treason; then count me among the guilty.
When a government stops listening to the voice of the people; then count them among the tyrants that patriotic Americans have always stood against.
Last week, at Reagan National Airport I was chosen in line to be screened by the naked scanner. I knew that this technology had been rushed to market and had not been properly tested for the amount of radiation exposure and its concentration in skin, which increases the risk of cancer.
AIT (Advanced Imaging Technology) uses backscatter x-rays, which emit ionizing radiation. The cumulative effect is absorbed almost entirely by skin and underlying tissues. The dose is believed to be 20 times higher than estimated by the manufacturer. Repeated scanning may cause significant health risks particularly in people who are more susceptible/sensitive to radiation and are prone to DNA mutation.
A Nation of What
By Daniel Greenfield Full Story
The London riots are yet another episode in the slow disintegration of Europe. London is no longer an English city, it’s just another pin on a map. Much of London is a bunch of Third World cultures living in a geographical area that they have no cultural or emotional connection to. The culture around them is as shamelessly materialistic, vulgar and violent as anything in the dark ages—with the occasional tip of the hat to politically correct values involving the environment or tolerating gay people. And the same goes for the rest of Europe’s capitals. Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels and Oslo are all obvious examples.
A Patron Saint for Families
By Judi McLeod Full Story
For true believers, of which there are still very many, the words of Father John Phalen, in North Easton, Mass define our troubled times: “The United States is very much in need of strengthening family life. The United States needs a saint for families.” (National Catholic Register, Aug. 9, 2011).
“June 28 was the closing liturgy in Albany, N.Y., for the tribunal reviewing the possible medical miracle for the beatification of Father Patrick Peyton of the Congregation of Holy Cross.
“The miracle—the cure of a man hospitalized with multiple organ failure—is now in Rome.”
Father Peyton’s tireless advocate on earth, Father John Phalen, president of Holy Cross Family Ministries, believes the cause of Father Peyton—a champion for families—is especially important for contemporary America.