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Australia’s Shocking Election Offers a Warning to Democrats
The Australian Labor Party’s unexpected defeat in last weekend’s election should be a warning for Democrats. The lesson: Don’t scare swing voters with a platform that’s too left-wing.
The Pell Case: Developments Down Under
Friends of truth must hope that the judges hearing Cardinal George Pell’s appeal of the unjust verdict rendered against him in March will begin to restore safety and rationality to public life Down Under.
Easter in Jail: The Travesty of the Pell Case
An innocent bishop is being made into a ritual scapegoat for the malfeasance (and worse) of his predecessors in high Church office.
A Tale of Two Georges
Even if Cardinal George Pell’s appeal is successful—as it should be on any rational grounds, and if the words “beyond a reasonable doubt” mean anything in Australian courts—the assault on the Church and its leaders will continue.
The Holy See and Cardinal Pell
It is not unreasonable to suggest that the Australian justice system has thus far failed one of Australia’s most distinguished sons, who had put his trust in it. But justice can be done by the Holy See, whatever the ultimate outcome in Australia.
Our Dreyfus Case
The unhinged loathing of French royalists and anti-Semites for Alfred Dreyfus is ominously similar to the unhinged loathing of secular progressives for Cardinal George Pell.
The Pell Affair: Australia Is Now on Trial
As the facts finally come out, reasonable people around the world are now coming to see that at virtually every point in this tawdry process, the justice system has failed Cardinal George Pell.