According to Catholic Vote, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is “a vile anti-Catholic organization.” Their motto is “Go and sin some more,” and they use the cross for pole dances. The group satirizes Catholic beliefs for the sake of activism. They mock Easter Sunday with a Hunky Jesus/Foxy Mary contest. According to the Catholic League, they hold “Midnight Confessional Contests,” awarding the “hottest confessions.”
The Settlement Project concerns itself with the domestic health and well-being of America not purely out of proper gratitude and love of the country, but also because America strives to realize a visionary ideal for social and political life for all people.
This podcast analyzes the recent, four days, fifteen vote process to elect Representative Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) as Speaker of the House for the 118th session of the United States Congress, despite initial opposition from Representative Matt Gaetz (R-Fla) and the Freedom Caucus of the Republican Party.
This episode looks into questions about identity politics, corrupt government organizations, and conservative principles.
The US Constitution on Free Speech, The Department of Homeland Security’s Disinformation Governance Board, tech platform “independent” fact checkers, and the rise of censorship
By Nathaniel Rakich and Elena Mejía From FiveThirtyEight October 31, 2020 Photo Credit: FiveThirtyEight There’s a good chance we won’t know who won the presidential election on election night. More people than ever are voting by mail this year due to the pandemic, and mail ballots take longer to count than ballots cast at polling places. […]