Liberal protests in Israel

Israeli protesters scuffle with Israeli police officers during a demonstration against Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv, Israel. AP

Tens of thousands of Israelis calling on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign gathered across the country on Saturday evening.

They said he was unfit to rule while on trial for corruption charges and accused him of mismanaging the nation’s coronavirus crisis. MORE

Church Teaching on Voting

Vote 2020 | Auburn Examiner

by Father John Laux, M.A. 3-25-1932
Under Voting. Since citizens have a large share in the election of all public officers from the President to the town marshal, they should fulfill such a duty faithfully and conscientiously. There may even be a moral obligation to vote at elections in order to prevent the election of one who would do grave (moral) public harm if elected. If the choice lies between candidates who are equally good or equally bad, there is no obligation in conscience to cast one’s vote.
Nihil Obstat J.M. Lelen Censor LibrorumImprimatur + Francis W. Howard Bishop of Covington, Kentucky