President Trump and the Sanctity of Life

Somewhat like the Civil War, the results of the Presidential election brought about a lot of arguing among friends, families, and religions. To this day, I keep a low profile when I go to Mass because there are still people who resent the fact that a pro-abort, planned parenthood supporter with a rather bad record of lies and deceptions didn’t win the presidency. Instead of a wait and see attitude of thoughtful people, they continue to bemoan the fact and ignore the facts . . . such as the list of accomplishments by President Trump among which there are ones many of us have been praying to happen for years.

*Reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy to prevent U.S. taxpayer dollars from funding abortion clinics oversea

*overturning the rule that forced states to fund abortion providers with taxpayer dollars

*appointing pro-life Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court

*prohibiting the use of Title X funding any clinic that provides abortions

*defunding the United Nations Fund for Population and Development

*his pledge to fight for and sign a 20-week abortion ban bill.

President Trump and North Korea

An historic event has occurred on the neutral ground of Singapore. What no other United States President has done . . . HAS been done by President Trump when he met with Kim Jong Un of North Korea.

Of course, this is the very beginning of what everyone hopes will finally bring a restful peace to that corner of the world. The political naysayers and the warped media will pick apart every aspect of this historical meeting with their own, often skewed version. For now, however, President Trump had made a beginning and anyone who wasn’t amazed by this handshake have either mislaid their patriotism or don’t really know their history.

Who thought that when this happened: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Pueblo_%28AGER-2%29
We would, some day, have the above picture.