Sons of Russia and of Africa

by baldilocks In honor of Pushkin's birthday, June 6. It is one of the ironies of life and history that Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Серге́евич Пу́шкин)—a Russian man partially of African descent--is considered the founder of Russian literature. It is as though the influence of Other was meant to be added to a society … Continue reading Sons of Russia and of Africa

Today’s Gospel & Sola Scriptura

One of the advantages of daily mass in addition to daily Eucharist is daily scripture. For those not acquainted with the Catholic Mass, a regular Sunday or Saturday vigil mass includes a first reading (usually old testament), a psalm, a 2nd reading (usually an epistle) and then a Gospel reading. These reading rotate on a … Continue reading Today’s Gospel & Sola Scriptura

DaTechGuy on DaRadio Noon EST Robert Stacy McCain Mississippi & the culture wars

Today on DaTechguy on DaRadio we welcome back old friend Robert Stacy McCain We'll touch on his reporting from the GOP primary in Mississippi and on the culture wars and what they mean to the country & the party In Hour 2 we'll talk more culture wars & politics with Da Magnificent Panel as we … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Noon EST Robert Stacy McCain Mississippi & the culture wars

The Bigots of Omaha Beach

A lot of people including plenty of folks on the left yesterday are celebrating the bravery of the people who stormed the Beaches or dropped from the sky 70 years ago today to begin the end of one of the two great evils of the 20th century. They call them "The greatest generation" although the people so … Continue reading The Bigots of Omaha Beach