Democrats boot anti-communist State Senator from floor

California State Senator Janet Nguyen removed from Senate floor for voicing opposition to late Sen. Tom Hayden

California State Sen. Janet Nguyen (R-Garden Grove), was forcibly removed from the Senate Thursday morning for offering a different perspective on the late Sen. Tom Hayden, a Democrat with a well-known and lengthy history of communist sympathies. The perspective Sen. Nguyen offers is first hand. Her family escaped communist Vietnam and came to the United States in search of … [Read more...]

Only Vietnamese bishop in US retires

Diocese of Orange has largest Vietnamese population outside of Vietnam

The following comes from a January 26 Orange County Catholic article by Cathi Douglas: Bishop Dominic Dinh Mai Luong – the first and only Vietnamese-American Bishop in the U.S. and an outspoken advocate for Catholics in Vietnam – retired December 20 on his 75th birthday, after serving the Diocese of Orange for 12 years. “Our diocese has the largest Catholic Vietnamese … [Read more...]

What’s the real story about JFK’s controversial decision to assassinate a revered Catholic?

Why some think the president of the Republic of Vietnam's death might have caused the loss of the war Father Joseph Fessio, S.J., editor and founder of Ignatius Press, and Vivian Dudro, senior editor at Ignatius Press, discuss THE LOST MANDATE OF HEAVEN The following comes from a December 1 Christian Newswire press release:  Ngo Dinh Diem, the first president of the Republic of Vietnam, possessed the … [Read more...]