Doug Mainwaring is a journalist for LifeSiteNews, an author, and a marriage, family and children's rights activist. He has testified before the United States Congress and state legislative bodies, originated and co-authored amicus briefs for the United States Supreme Court, and has been a guest on numerous TV and radio programs. Doug and his family live in the Washington, DC suburbs.
Last week, LifeSiteNews reported the Paul Pelosi attack for what it was – a tragic event – and encouraged readers to pray for Mr. Pelosi and his family. But by suppressing available evidence, Democrats and their media cheerleaders and caretakers have only themselves to blame for the wild speculation that persists.
It’s as if that famous San Francisco fog has enshrouded the facts of the case, obscuring the motive behind the attack, inviting an already politically polarized public to become even more cynical about journalism, law enforcement, and the power to control the press wielded by powerful political figures.
If there is going to be a reawakening of conservatism in our nation, it is in large part going to have to be led by those of us who experience same-sex attraction rejecting homosexuality and calling for Obergefell to be overturned. We must pave the way to restore marriage and family, to reestablish timeless principles and immutable definitions, and to reopen the public square for the proclamation of truth.
The goal of woke North American banking institutions is this: Crush truth-tellers while perpetuating an illusion of normalcy for those who mindlessly repeat the woke party line, no matter how egregious the affront to reality and morality.
Ben Domenech, a Fox News contributor and founder and former publisher of 'The Federalist', seethed: ‘I want you to understand this. We will beat you. We are beating you. We are destroying you in terms of the polling. There’s no basis for an anti-gay marriage conservative movement.’