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There are some things that we find unsettling, but not enough to change our behavior. A trip to the doctor and learning unpleasant results from blood work makes some people turn over a new leaf. Others turn over a new tub of Blue Bell. The past two weeks have caused thousands across the country to stand up and defend, even applaud the Catholic church. I may have some pointed differences with them, but choose solidarity with them in these matters. There are three story lines they deserve commendation. I. The Covington Catholic Kids The incident caught entirely on audio and video adjacent to the Lincoln Memorial saw a Native American man confront high school kids from a Catholic school in Kentucky. He then blatantly lied about what they chanted and did. The same man was beating his drum and trying create a disturbance at the doors of a nearby Catholic church the night before. Of course, the mainstream media spewed venom and threats at the kids, their parents, the school, Catholics and of course, President Donald Trump. Only a few apologized, but the damage had been done. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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