I spoke to Bishop Michael J Sheridan of Colorado Springs the Chairman of the Catholic Radio Association Episcopal Advisory Board on day one of the Catholic Radio Symposium The Web Site of the Colorado Springs Arch diocese is here
There is no doubt that the K-12 educational system in this country has issues. The statistics get thrown around on the news from time to time when there isn’t anything else to talk about. Things have been so bad for so long that when the subject comes up most people roll their eyes and say, … Continue reading 1 in 20 kids fail Kindergarten?
I spoke to Ron from Catholic Sacred Space.com on day one of the Catholic Radio Symposium Their web site is here.
Richard Sharpe: Now I know you can fire three rounds a minute, but what I want to know is can you stand? Sharpe' Rifles 1988 What's the use of getting elected or re-elected if you don't stand for something? President Grover Cleveland One of the most common themes I've seen in the past week has … Continue reading The Great Media Gop (and others) SCOTUS Fallacy
I can't do better than this: Well, I doubt I’ll be alive in 2040, but I shudder to think what kind of America my children and grandchildren will be living in, 25 years from now, if things keep going in the direction they’re going now, at an ever-accelerating speed. Conservatives must either pick a fight … Continue reading Stacy McCain Nails it
My first full interview was of author & Radio Host Cheri Lamonte Host of Mary's touch You can pick up her book The Healing touch of Mary here.
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Governor Bobby Jindal threw his hat into the presidential ring last week and, to be sure, it was almost an anti-climactic move. Here in Louisiana especially, we have seen this move coming for years. Certainly his announcement met with an underwhelming response around the state. In NOLA: Gov. Bobby Jindal … Continue reading Jindal’s Hat is in the Ring
Yesterday Instapundit linked to a piece at Newsbusters suggesting the Univision's attacks on Donald Trump failed miserably: Aside from the fact Trump was accurate, if uncomfortably so? As detailed here in this space just last week, not to mention in Ann Coulter’s new book Adios, America Now? Now Univision - which - hello? - has a … Continue reading Has anyone considered that this is by design
When I first heard about the King v Burwell the first thought that came to my mind wasn't its impact on the GOP congress, the electoral impact in the GOP primary, the confirmation of Justice Roberts status as "Old Yellowstain" or even the orgasmic nonsense that is all over CNN & MSNBC over the law. … Continue reading King v Burwell A Podcast Flashback
By John Ruberry Like it or not, same-sex marriage is the law of the land. As a conservative with libertarian leanings, I favored civil unions for gays for years, in essence, marriage in all but name. What is now called traditional marriage reaches back into pre-history--social norms should not be thrown overboard so quickly. As … Continue reading Gay marriage: Another reason Muslims may want to reconsider emigrating to America
Screwtape: Keep everything hazy in his mind now, and you will have all eternity wherein to amuse yourself by producing in him the peculiar kind of clarity which Hell affords. C. S. Lewis The Screwtape Letters The Rosary is the Weapon for these times St. Padre Pio Friday was rather odd. While I fully expected … Continue reading It’s a Trap A Spiritual Pride Trap
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In the rush of news all over the place Rand Paul's Tax plan hasn't gotten the attention it deserves. Paul is to be commended for putting out a plan with substance but there is a point I'd like to make. I don't mind a consumption tax if the income taxes are totally eliminated but if … Continue reading Rand Paul and A Dangerous Precedent
It is highly unlikely that Justice Scalia dissent in Obergefell et al vs Hodges is going to get the attention that his dissent in King vs Burwell did, but there is a paragraph in this dissent that should be recited and memorized by every conservative in America: But what really astounds is the hubris reflected … Continue reading Scalia: Who knew everyone before us were Bigots & dopes?
Reminiscent of the IRA's 1972 Bloody Friday, three terror attacks today in the global jihad: Tunisia attack: multiple deaths reported at Sousse beach resort – live updates At least 27 people have died after an attack on the Imperial Marhaba hotel The three attacks today, in Tunisia, Kuwait and France come just days after Islamic … Continue reading Bloody Friday: France, Tunisia, Kuwait terror attacks UPDATED