We Laugh Because We Believe

Tag holocaust

Tailgating the Holocaust Museum

If Timothy McVeigh’s family went door to door trying to sell off his spare fertilizer as keepsakes for the victim’s families, it wouldn’t be more icky than this. Reiner Hoess, Rudolph Hoess’ grandson, clearly aims to be called the ickiest… Continue Reading →

God Deserves a Tony Nomination

During WWII Irene Sendler risked her life to save children from the Nazis. A Catholic woman, she placed the children with Christian families and convents. Now, there’s a Broadway play about her which opened up very recently. The show is… Continue Reading →

Holocausts and holocausts

Just a quick note – As a Catholic, I am offended and embarrassed by Bishop Williamson’s much publicized denial of the Holocaust. But you know what irks me even more? It’s when bishops and priests today ignore the holocaust going… Continue Reading →

Catholic University Discovers Amazing Recording of Catholics Protesting Nazis

An archivist at Catholic University is prepared to turn conventional wisdom on its ear with the discovery of a unique recording of a televised Catholic protest against Nazis as early as 1938. The generally accepted view for years has been… Continue Reading →

Holocaust Deniers in Prison; Holocaust Providers on Stage

Historian David Irving served time in prison for denying the Holocaust. But while we’re putting people who don’t believe in a past holocaust in prison we’re putting people who are actively pursuing a future holocaust on podiums at Columbia University…. Continue Reading →

© 2021 Creative Minority Report — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑