Spiritual Malpractice

Cardinal Lamberto: Look at this stone, it has been lying in the water for a very long time, but the water has not penetrated it. [Breaks it open] Look, perfectly dry. The same thing has happened to men in Europe. For centuries they have been surrounded by Christianity, but Christ has not penetrated. Christ doesn’t … Continue reading Spiritual Malpractice

NC AG Refusing To Defend NC Marriage Amendment

By A.P. Dillon North Carolina's Attorney General, Roy Cooper, is taking a page out of the Obama administration's book in defending the state's Constitution. Cooper has made a statement that he will no longer be defending North Carolina's Constitutional Amendment 1 on marriage. The Amendment 1 ballot measure was born from 3 bills, but  SB 514  came out of the … Continue reading NC AG Refusing To Defend NC Marriage Amendment

Invoking St. Moses for the Protection of Israel

The title of this post might confuse some non-Catholics (and perhaps some catholics as well.  It is not widely known that the Catholic Church considers the prophets and patriarchs of the old testament Saints of the church. This is actually a most logical conclusion.  The definition a Saint is merely a person who has attained heaven. … Continue reading Invoking St. Moses for the Protection of Israel

If only this was being done by Israel…

..then maybe someone beyond the Anchoress would be writing about and caring about it: To be ripped from our neighborhood, the ancient land we have shared, so companionably for so long, is a tragedy that must transform each of us. I have been forever changed by the experience of being marched away at gunpoint, empty-handed, … Continue reading If only this was being done by Israel…

Chicken run: The curious case of Venezuela’s Pollo Carvajal

by Fausta Rodriguez Wertz Hugo Carvajal a.k.a. “el Pollo” (the Chicken) is one of the guys who took part in Hugo Chávez’s unsuccessful 1992 military coup, later rising to the rank of general and chief of military intelligence, but with a sideline of drug trade: Here’s the indictment in the U.S. District Court accusing Carvajal of coordinating … Continue reading Chicken run: The curious case of Venezuela’s Pollo Carvajal

Kevin “Wombat” Trainor: The Last Falangist

My apologies that I'm a tad lat to this but I can't let July end without reminding everyone that Stacy McCain's loyal morning fellow Kevin "Wombat" Trainor has entered the realm of authors with The Last Falangist:  Essays on Culture and Politics in America Smithy has done a review and his piece on parenthood and Divorce … Continue reading Kevin “Wombat” Trainor: The Last Falangist

Guest Post: Conservatives, STOP Supporting Obama’s Desire for a Race Conflict in America

by J. Niewicki It is evident to anyone observing the events over the past six years that Obama, although un-American in his actions and advocacy, is not stupid.  Though many of those who oppose Obama know this, they still do not consider the real reasons for his actions and react with very little consideration to … Continue reading Guest Post: Conservatives, STOP Supporting Obama’s Desire for a Race Conflict in America

Why RatherGate was a -Gate

by baldilocks At Storify, Brian Cates gets heated up about the new movie in the works which purports to tell the story of RatherGate. Allegedly, the movie will portray former CBS anchor Dan Rather as a truth -teller with respect to his 2004 report on the Texas Air National Guard service of Former President George … Continue reading Why RatherGate was a -Gate

What are we leaving behind? We need another Ross Perot…

I know many blog posts wonder what are we leaving behind to our kids and theirs. I hear it on talk shows too numerous to list. It is asked so often it is almost meaningless at this point. We all know where that conversation goes…debt…unsustainable and then directly into bickering. I will avoid that. What … Continue reading What are we leaving behind? We need another Ross Perot…

The Johnny Most Presidency

If you are a Boston Celtics fan you remember Johnny Most the voice of the team for decades. Most was a character, who knew the game of basketball, who loved Boston and the city and had one of the most distinctive voices you ever heard, perfect for a radio announcer. He was always a NOTORIOUS … Continue reading The Johnny Most Presidency

Why the Media is Silent on what Hamas is actually doing? Ask Eason Jordan

Royal Forester Well our duty doesn't included getting ourselves killed. The Adventures of Robin Hood, The Coming of Robin Hood 1955 Mr. Spock: It was far easier for you as civilised men to behave like barbarians, than it was for them to behave like civilised men. Star Trek:  Mirror Mirror 1067 You know how the … Continue reading Why the Media is Silent on what Hamas is actually doing? Ask Eason Jordan

Sarah Palin – The Eternal Optimist

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT -- Sarah Palin is an eternal optimist. In her most recent Facebook post, she challenges The Washington Post (and the mainstream media) to “get back to work.” Looking back to the days of Watergate and true investigative journalism, Governor Palin writes: Today, you’ve fallen like a lead balloon. Whereas you once … Continue reading Sarah Palin – The Eternal Optimist

Market Basket’s Gift to the GOP if they’ll take it

Saturday night you would have noticed that the Market Basket story made national TV. Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy The story has also made Time Magazine   In an era overrun with CEO hate and 1% bashing, such comments—and the actions of all those who have put their … Continue reading Market Basket’s Gift to the GOP if they’ll take it

My Videos from Friday’s Market Basket Protest

Friday I attended the Protest at the Market Basket in Tewksbury that you might have heard of on the NBC nightly news yesterday. I got to the event at 10 but even during the post rush hour time of the event the The Traffic on 495 was impossible and when I arrived at the event … Continue reading My Videos from Friday’s Market Basket Protest

Gerrymandering, identity politics, and amnesty

By John Ruberry President Obama's point man on "comprehensive immigration reform," which is nothing more than a pseudonym for amnesty for illegal aliens, is fellow Chicagoan Luis Gutierrez, a Democrat who represents Illinois' gerrymandered fourth congressional district. Last week Gutierrez, while speaking at a convention of the far-left La Raza (The Race) last week, said Hispanic … Continue reading Gerrymandering, identity politics, and amnesty