George Pell: A good priest, falsely accused through a politically motivated investigation and unfair trial

Apr 8, 2020 by

by Miranda Devine, Daily Telegraph Australia: Thank God. George Pell has been exonerated. Justice has been done at last. A good priest, falsely accused and railroaded through a politically motivated investigation and an unfair trial, can walk free, in Holy Week. An innocent man persecuted as the reviled scapegoat for all the sins of the Catholic Church, is free of the most disgusting and implausible charges of child sexual assault. This was Australia’s Dreyfus Affair, an egregious miscarriage...

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The Chilling Case of Dr. Mackereth

Oct 10, 2019 by

by Madeleine Kearns, National Review: David Mackereth, M.D., has worked for the British National Health Service for nearly 30 years and has never had a single complaint from a transgender patient. That might be because Mackereth treats his patients respectfully and according to their medical needs — as he ought. But when Mackereth applied for a job as a disability assessor in a medical center run by the British government’s Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), he ran into serious trouble....

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Kavanaugh at the Tip of the Smear

Sep 28, 2018 by

by Tony Perkins, FRC: Appearing before the U.S. Senate, Brett Kavanaugh was supposed to be a judge — not a defendant. Now, after three of the worst weeks of his life, he and his family are finding out that the path to a Supreme Court appointment is a costly one. And while it may be the pinnacle of his profession, getting there exacts a price no American should have to pay. In his opening statement Judge Kavanaugh said “the confirmation process has become a national disgrace.” Beyond the...

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