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  • Cognitive Dissonance On Our Side? | The Wanderer Newspaper - By JAMES K. FITZPATRICK The psychologists define cognitive dissonance as the “mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values at the same time.” I think I might have a case of it. I think that many other Catholics with traditional views have it as well. I am hoping that readers of this column may be able to clear up my confusion. Here’s what puzzles me: The people I agree with on educational issues — media figures, writers, people I meet in my everyday life — are opposed to the rise of political correctness on our college campuses. They are impatient with the college leftists who shout down opposing points of view,
  • Who Ya Gonna Vote For? | The Wanderer Newspaper - By LAWRENCE P. GRAYSON Imagine a terrorist attack in which all the men, women, and children in the states of Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Delaware, Alaska, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota were killed. As horrendous as this would be, fewer people would have been slaughtered than the number of children aborted in the United States in the last eight years. The abominations to the sanctity of human life and the indifference to the teachings of the Catholic Church in this period extend well beyond abortion. There have been restrictions on religious liberty, coercion of individual conscience, the approval of same-sex marriage, a growing legality of physician-assisted suicide, sanctions on public prayer, the creation of special “rights” for
  • Political Burnout | The Wanderer Newspaper - By REY FLORES With the revelations exposing the many lies and ongoing corruption of our government officials, everyone from Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, FBI Director James Comey, and countless others, it has been a brutal last six months for Americans. I feel completely spent and burned out. Watching the unraveling of our nation, or at least the recent exposing of what may have existed for a long time now, I find myself disappointed and disillusioned. I realize Christ is King and, no matter who is president of the United States, this always remains true. But still we face the nation’s collective disappointment over our leaders and those who aspire to be our leaders. The skeletons in the closet
  • Arizona GOP Activist Explains His “Never McCain” Effort | The Wanderer Newspaper - By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — A veteran Arizona conservative Republican activist, Rob Haney, launched an effort to defeat U.S. GOP Sen. John McCain in the November election, even though liberal Democratic Senate candidate Ann Kirkpatrick would replace him. Among various items, Haney points to the powerful McCain’s lack of significant conservative legislation despite decades in Washington, his continuing hostility to conservatives, and the fact that when McCain moved to the Grand Canyon State, he planned to run as a Democrat but was told he couldn’t win the congressional district he wanted with that party. Haney, a supporter of GOP nominee Donald Trump for president, also notes McCain’s inconstancy toward Trump. After being standoffish toward the billionaire, McCain successfully sought Trump’s
  • Kaine And Clinton . . . Think That Flapping Their Lips Makes Voters Blind To Reality | The Wanderer Newspaper - By DEXTER DUGGAN As a native of Mexico born early in the 20th century, new St. José Sanchez del Rio, canonized in mid-October, spoke Spanish. But he also spoke an entirely different language from this year’s Spanish-speaking U.S. Democratic vice-presidential hopeful, Tim Kaine. Shortly before his 15th birthday, Sanchez was tortured and martyred by the sternly anti-Catholic Mexican government of that era for refusing to renounce Christ. He had been a flag bearer for the Cristeros, the heroic Catholics who rose to war against the Godless government that was punishing the Church and her faithful. They threw the government back on its heels. Without their armed resistance, how much longer would the political rulers have been hanging Catholics in rows
  • Is The System Rigged? You Betcha! | The Wanderer Newspaper - By PATRICK J. BUCHANAN “Remember, it’s a rigged system. It’s a rigged election,” said Donald Trump in New Hampshire on Saturday, October 15. The stunned recoil in this city suggests this bunker buster went right down the chimney. As the French put it, “Il n’y a que la vérité qui blesse.” It is only the truth that hurts. In what sense is the system rigged? Consider Big Media — the elite columnists and commentators, the dominant national press, and the national and cable networks, save Fox News. Not in this writer’s lifetime has there been such blanket hatred and hostility of a presidential candidate of a major party. “So what?” they reply. “We have a free press!” But in this
  • Banned Books Week: Again | The Wanderer Newspaper - By JAMES K. FITZPATRICK It is that time of the year again as I write this, the last week of September, Banned Books Week. I keep thinking that the trendy leftists behind this yearly tub-thumping against censorship will get hit with an “uh-oh moment” and start sending emails to each other to stop this annual bout of self-congratulatory posturing. Why would they do that? Well, wouldn’t you think they would be alarmed that the American people will notice that they are the same crowd that is leading the charge to censor everything they disagree with in the name of political correctness? Shouldn’t they be worrying about what their response will be if someone asks them how they can lead the

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