A City Divided – How Israel’s Wall Is Splitting the Holy Land

Deal W. Hudson January 10, 2005 I met my guide, Helmut Konitzer, at the airport. A German who visits the West Bank to assist the sisters, monks, and priests living there, Helmut had the look of a well-cut drifter. I wasn’t surprised when he told me his preferred mode of transportation was his motorcycle, especially… Continue reading A City Divided – How Israel’s Wall Is Splitting the Holy Land

A Little Hard To Believe

Deal W. Hudson On Sunday, John Kerry told Iowa’s Telegraph Herald that he personally opposes abortion and believes that life begins at conception. The exact quote is as follows: “I oppose abortion, personally. I don’t like abortion. I believe life does begin at conception.” Amazing. You may recall the e-letter I sent you in February… Continue reading A Little Hard To Believe

The Marriage Amendment Fails… For Now

Deal W. Hudson As you probably already heard, an initial cloture vote – to end debate on the bill and send the amendment to a final up-or-down vote – was held on Wednesday. Unfortunately, the motion failed by a 48-50 margin. It’s a serious setback to the FMA’s progress, to be sure, but not a… Continue reading The Marriage Amendment Fails… For Now

Saint Malachi Predicts the Election of Pope Benedict XVI

Deal W. Hudson April 15, 2005 The election of Benedict XVI set predictable cries of joy and sorrow. Fortunately for the Church, the cries of joy far outnumber the cries of sorrow, even if the media refuses to see it. But another aftershock of April 19th is buzz sweeping the country about the medieval prophecies… Continue reading Saint Malachi Predicts the Election of Pope Benedict XVI