Chris Blosser has compiled an extensive and wide-ranging blog post on his investigations in IHS Press and potential connections to fascists and anti-Semitic organizations. IHS Press gained some fame when it launched in the past few years with a mission of re-printing the classics of Catholic Social Teachings. That goal was lauded by many mainstream Catholics who were trying to counter variations of secular conservatism and liberalism that were at odds with the Church’s teachings.
IHS Press veered into a more controversial area last year with the publication of a two-part anthology called “Neo-Conned” and “Neo-Conned Again” about the War in Iraq, featuring a lot of well-known names including Patrick Buchanan, Bishop Michael Botean, Deacon Keith Fournier, and others.
But Blosser has found some darker connections between IH Press’s founders and some very unsavory groups and IHS appears to be trying to deflect inquiries or criticism into those connections. Read the whole thing for more.