A view from inside an American Russian Orthodox parish.
A miniature, knitted prosthetic penis arrives to save your female toddler from being misgendered.
A UPenn Professor says that’s the way to go.
Reflections on my days as an operating room technician.
The Walt Disney owned Hulu film company premiered a new one hour documentary on December 21, 2021 entitled “No Good Deed—A crowdfunding Holiday Heist.” The
As the New Year approaches, Philadelphians are now pretty much numb when it comes to gun violence fatalities. They may react emotionally to the latest murder
On December 6, 1969, Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones looked out over the massive crowd at California’s Altamont Speedway and saw the concert security staff,
The gap between liberal and conservative Catholic news outlets in the U.S. intensified significantly after President Biden’s jocular meeting with Pope Francis
Philadelphia’s Market Frankford El might be compared to a circus freak show on the move. The 45-minute ride from the Frankford Terminal to the 69th Street
The clergy sex abuse scandals that have plagued the Roman Catholic Church since the Second Vatican Council of 1963 seem to be the fulfillment of the prophecies
The Brian Laundrie-Gabby Petito case, now front and center on the world stage, is a prime example of how police have come to be viewed and treated in the
When it became known that the new chief chaplain at Harvard University was an atheist, there was considerable international chatter. People wanted to know: Who
Oriana Fallaci, Italian journalist and author, died in 2006 after she was indicted by a judge in her native Italy for violating the provisions of the Italian
The year 2021 has seen a slew of articles in the leftist press condemning the perception that most of the violence against Asian people is committed by people
The radical handwriting was on the wall the moment Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the Cardinal-Archbishop of Buenos Aires, was elected to the papacy in 2013.
Martin Scorses’s “The 50 Year Argument,” a 2014 documentary film on the history and influence of The New York Review of Books, opens, as one critic put it, “
Editor’s note: This is the 12th part in Frontpage Mag’s series on Racist Mayors. (See previous parts below this article). Stay tuned for more installments
Editor’s note: This is the sixth part in Frontpage Mag’s new series on Racist Mayors. (See previous parts below this article). Stay tuned for more installments