Censorship

DePaul University Blacklists Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens

By Alana Mastrangelo, 9 Oct 2018 DePaul University has blacklisted Charlie Kirk and Candace Owens from speaking on the university’s campus, denying conservative students the same experiences afforded to their liberal counterparts. Kirk and Owens were scheduled to speak at DePaul University... read more

Catholic Cold War Turns Hot

By Rod Dreher • August 27, 2018, One of the enduring mysteries of the contemporary Catholic Church is why so many priests know about practicing homosexuals in the priesthood, but don’t do anything about it. An egregious example comes to mind from when I lived in New York City under Cardinal... read more

Irish Priest: Punished After Pro-Life Homily

Dublin archbishop removes Fr. James Larkin from parish after he told pro-abortion Catholics to go to confession by David Nussman  •  ChurchMilitant.com  •  July 16, 2018 DUBLIN (ChurchMilitant.com) - An Irish priest was abruptly transferred from his parish, and some say he is being... read more

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Marquette Wrongly Fired Conservative Professor

By JACK CROWE, July 6, 2018 The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled on Friday that Marquette University had wrongly fired a conservative professor after he criticized a colleague who he believed to be curtailing student discussion of gay marriage. The court found that Marquette violated the... read more

Sarah Sanders Turns the Other Cheek at The Red Hen

By John Horvat II, June 26, 2018 It was a small incident first reported on Twitter that later went viral. In the middle of a meal with family, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked to leave The Red Hen restaurant in Lexington, Virginia. The staff did not feel comfortable... read more

Laura Ingalls Wilder’s name nixed from major children’s book award over ‘stereotypical attitudes’ in ‘Little House on the Prairie’ novels

By Kate Feldman, Jun 24, 2018 Laura Ingalls Wilder’s name will be removed from a major award because of how the “Little House on the Prairie” author portrayed minorities in her novels, the children’s division of the American Library Association voted Saturday. Laura Ingalls Wilder’s... read more

We Are Not Scared to Face the Dictatorship of Thought Police – by Lorenzo Fontana

Letter from Lorenzo Fontana, Italian Minister of Family Affairs, to the Director of the Roman newspaper Il Tempo. Dear Director, I would like to thank, Il Tempo, its staff and all those who have given me their support during these days when there is a strong attempt to attack not only me but... read more

Should Google censor political ads?

Ireland's abortion referendum showed the internet giant has outgrown its fig leaf of neutrality. Karl D. Stephan | Jun 8 2018 | On May 25, citizens of Ireland voted in a referendum and thereby repealed the eighth amendment to the Irish Constitution, which has banned most types of abortions in... read more

Catholic youth preparing correction of controversial pre-synodal document

By Claire Chretien May 15, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – On Pentecost – this coming Sunday – a group of Catholic youth expect to publish a summary of what was left out of the “pre-synod” document presented to Pope Francis in March. They hope to distribute it to bishops going to the synod on... read more

Google bans all ads for Irish referendum

Google bans all ads for Irish referendum by Nick Hallett, 10 May 2018 There are concerns the move will disproportionately hit the pro-life side. Google has banned all advertisements for both sides in the abortion referendum in Ireland. The ban applies to all sites under the Google... read more

Inside the Spectacular Implosion of Religion News Service

The country’s leading religious news wire hired a new publisher in 2016. Then it all fell apart. By Sarah Jones, April 27, 2018 Jerome Socolovsky originally didn’t know why he was fired. The former editor-in-chief of Religion News Service found out he’d lost his job on April 20, in an... read more