Soukup , Steve
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Steve Soukup is the Vice President and Publisher of The Political Forum, an independent research provider that delivers research and consulting services to the institutional investment community, with an emphasis on economic, social, political, and geopolitical events that are likely to have an impact on the financial markets in the United States and abroad.


Remember Christmas?

The country gets more Christmassy even as it gets less Christian. This has long been the American way, and the holiday has lost nearly all religious meaning for most Americans.

Date posted: 2018-12-24

The #MeToo Movement And Sexual "Morality"

For literally millennia, philosophers have debated the question of why man does what he does, why he behaves or does NOT behave in certain ways.

Date posted: 2018-01-28

Italy Debates The Definition Of "Family"...A Half-Century Too Late

In Italy - as in the rest of "Christendom" - the family was destroyed long ago and by forces that have nothing whatsoever to do with homosexuality or same-sex relationships. Rather, it was destroyed by selfishness, laziness, cultural apathy and, above all, antagonism to, and resentment of, traditional Judeo-Christian religious values.

Date posted: 2016-02-27

The Vatican Goes To War?

The Vatican - and specifically the Vatican's Permanent Observer to the United Nations, Archbishop Silvano Tomasi - issued a statement on "Supporting the Human Rights of Christians and Other Communities, particularly in the Middle East" at the 28th Session of the UN Human Rights Council.

Date posted: 2015-04-07

EMILY's List And The Third Wave

Third Wave feminism focused explicitly on the "acceptance" of female sexuality, the use of sexual license to acquire and use power, the "right" of women to use their bodies to achieve whatever ends they chose, and, needless to say, the concomitant "right" to abortion.

Date posted: 2015-03-12

Abortion Is Great? For Whom?

The Pro-Choice movement is unhappy. Those who support abortion "rights" feel the game slipping away from them. They fought so hard and accomplished so much. Now they see the other side winning.

Date posted: 2014-10-30