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The Subsidiarity Case for Meals on Wheels

The Subsidiarity Case for Meals on Wheels March 18, 2017

The primary achievement of the now-heretical “prolife” movement in its deathless dedication to defending every lie and cruelty the Party of Trump advocates is that it has become the loudest defender of cutting off food to poor old people and children and calling it “compassion”.  That is what the real time and energy of the “prolife” Christian Trump defender is now devoted to instead of the unborn or the gospel.

Meanwhile, Christians who listen to the actual teaching of the real gospel explain what should be bleeding obvious, that it is just and right to feed and care for poor seniors and children.

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