My annual pilgrimage to La Salatte Shrine

As far as pilgrimages go, my annual trip to the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette in Attleboro Massachusetts was not an epic journey.  It involved a five minute walk then an hour long bus ride on a luxury motor coach.  On the way we stopped at Wright's Chicken Farm, which I most … Continue reading My annual pilgrimage to La Salatte Shrine

This morning in blogging: Bigger than Iran-Contra

Happy Christmas weekend! I want to write about the Obama administration alleged cover up for Hezbollah in Latin America story, since I've been blogging about Hezbollah‘s (Hizballah Hizbollah) inroads in our hemisphere for the last decade. It's 8:30 in the morning and this post is due at noon, so I'm doing a bit of research while … Continue reading This morning in blogging: Bigger than Iran-Contra

Get Ready for Tom Brady Class Growth Numbers that’ll make 3% look Roetlisbergerish

The best way to descrive the effect of the tax cut bill that just passed will have on our already improving economy is to think of it as the difference between Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger and New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady. By any standard Ben Roethlisberger is a great quarterback. His stats are impressive. … Continue reading Get Ready for Tom Brady Class Growth Numbers that’ll make 3% look Roetlisbergerish