There was no legitimate reason for that abuse at the time, and there never has been any legal foundation for that abuse, which is universally considered illegal even during a time of war.
Sorry girls, sexual assault as an ‘epidemic’ on campus seems a little histrionic to me. Maybe girls need to act a bit more proper, and appropriate.
I stand by my remarks because I believe so many pastors and Church’s have taken “preaching to itching ears” to a new level. And frankly, the jingoism is dangerous.
Suggesting John McCain, and the other three nutcases, Lindsey Graham, Kelly Ayotte, and Pete King, are acting on behalf of not only domestic terrorism, but even sympathizers of international terrorism may seem a little far fetched. But does it really?
A perfect plantation system where you get only what you need to insure you’re productive for your duties, while eliminating personal discretion in just about everything you do, say, eat, or where you go. Healthy slaves is productive slaves.
Tough words. Still, there’s more to Ratzinger’s retirement than old age and disgrace over sexual abuse scandals. Or is there? First I must say, I am not Catholic and never have been.