Burying Memorial Day 2020
By PAUL G. KENGOR

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GROVE CITY, PA — May 26, 2020 — The streets were empty. No one marching. The bands weren’t playing. No music, no 21-gun salutes. Where were the old-timers hobbling along in their military uniforms? The flags flew at the courthouse and lined the streets, but the sidewalks weren’t filled with jubilant spectators shaking little flags and cheering their heroes. Where …

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By PAUL G. KENGOR

Offending Christians: The Bladensburg Cross Case
By PAUL G. KENGOR

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One of the major Supreme Court decisions we’ll soon hear about is the Bladensburg cross case. This is the case in which secularists are demanding the removal of a large cross that memorializes veterans in the town of Bladensburg, Maryland because the cross resides on public property. It’s crucial to realize that the cross wasn’t erected yesterday. The “Peace Cross” …

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Death at the Tree of Life Synagogue
By Dr. PAUL G. KENGOR

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“Pray for us, I will call you later.” That was the text message we received from our 16-year-old daughter at 10:16 a.m. on Saturday morning as we drove down Liberty Avenue toward Pittsburgh’s Strip District. My wife called her immediately. “Are you okay? Were you in an accident? What’s happening?” I heard a gasp from my wife and braced myself. …

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By Dr. PAUL G. KENGOR