After Multiple Arrests, New York Democrat Finally Drops Congressional Bid

In New York's 19th Congressional District (which I used to be a part of before a recent redrawing put me into the 18th instead), Steven Brisee was running among several other Democrats hoping to oust Republican Congressman John Faso from his seat. But Steven Brisee can't seem to stop himself from getting arrested! Steven Brisee … Continue reading After Multiple Arrests, New York Democrat Finally Drops Congressional Bid

Report from Louisiana: Confederate Monument Update

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – I’ve done a fair amount of blogging in this space about our Caddo Parish Confederate monument and the anti-monument hysteria that is sweeping the country, so if you’ll indulge me, I’d like to bring you up to date on our local monument controversy. Ours is not like any other in … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Confederate Monument Update

Report from Louisiana: Heads Are Rolling in NOLA

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT --  In the wake of last week’s flooding in New Orleans and the epic fallout of blame that has deluged us in the media, it is worth noting that the mayor of the city, Mitch Landrieu, has taken no blame whatsoever for the disaster that left many city residents and businesses … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Heads Are Rolling in NOLA

Report from Louisiana: Another New Orleans Deluge

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT --  New Orleans flooded this weekend.  Again. A heavy deluge of eight to ten inches fell on the city in a short time Saturday flooding homes, cars, businesses and creating havoc throughout the city.  People in New Orleans realize that their city is basically a below-sea-level bowl and flooding is always … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Another New Orleans Deluge

Report from Louisiana: Senseless Violence is not Just in NOLA

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT --  I’ve done a lot of ranting and raving in this space over the past months about the rising crime rate in New Orleans.  I don’t live in New Orleans, but the city is one of our top tourist spots in the state and is known for many wonderful things like … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Senseless Violence is not Just in NOLA

Reigning Hopelessness

by baldilocks A real environmental crisis: it's Raining Needles. Alternate title: Why I Stopped Wearing Flip-flops in Public. They hide in weeds along hiking trails and in playground grass. They wash into rivers and float downstream to land on beaches. They pepper baseball dugouts, sidewalks and streets. Syringes left by drug users amid the heroin … Continue reading Reigning Hopelessness

New hate crime law is a Conn. job

Things are nutty in the Nutmeg State. One of the bluest of blue states, Connecticut has more than its share of problems. According to Carol Platt Liebau, president of the Yankee Institute for Public Policy, the state is mired in an economic swamp and has the highest bonded debt per capita in America. Mark J. … Continue reading New hate crime law is a Conn. job

Through the Looking Glass in Boston

“Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” Queen of Hearts, Alice in Wonderland “When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.” Humpty Dumpty, Through the Looking Glass Our Constitution is meant to provide the framework within which a government that “derives its just … Continue reading Through the Looking Glass in Boston

Report from Louisiana: The Cost of Removing History

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT  --  Let me open this week by apologizing for missing my post last week; a friend of mine died suddenly and the funeral was Monday. It all happened so quickly that I never even thought about my post here until Wednesday.  Note:  if you are a diabetic, please take care of … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: The Cost of Removing History

Report from Louisiana: All Four Monuments are Gone; Some Reflections

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Now that Mitch Landrieu has removed four Confederate era monuments in New Orleans, supposedly we can expect two things as stated by the mayor himself: Crime will drop and the city will unify. New Orleans population will swell to pre-Katrina numbers. Over the past few weeks Landrieu has used the … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: All Four Monuments are Gone; Some Reflections

Report from Louisiana: Another Monument Down

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Another week, another Confederate era monument gone.  In the early morning hours Thursday morning, the twenty-five foot bronze statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis was ripped from its granite pedestal by city crews (which one again included city firefighters) hiding behind masks as monument supporters who had stood vigil all … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Another Monument Down

Report from Louisiana: Arlene Barnum Assaulted While Defending Jefferson Davis Monument in NOLA

By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – Arlene Barnum is a 63-year old Army veteran, a black woman, and is on the front lines in New Orleans standing guard at the Jefferson Davis monument. Arlene lives in Sulpher, Oklahoma but had been in north Louisiana in the small community of Keachi in DeSoto parish to attend an … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Arlene Barnum Assaulted While Defending Jefferson Davis Monument in NOLA

Planned Parenthood and Antifa Join for May Day in Poughkeepsie

If  you are in New York's Hudson Valley and you like your abortions with a side of communist activism, then you are in for a real treat on Monday as Antifa and Planned Parenthood join forces to defend illegal foreign invaders, smash capitalism, support public indoctrination of non-aborted children, and snarl traffic for the May … Continue reading Planned Parenthood and Antifa Join for May Day in Poughkeepsie

Fr. Imbarrato in Fitchburg MA Eucharistic Procession to Planned Parenthood

On Saturday afternoon drivers on Main Street in Fitchburg Massachusetts saw a sight they had likely not seen before. Fr Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for Life and sometimes EWTN personality was in Fitchburg from New Mexico for the 2nd of three days in Massachusetts invited by WQPH 89.3 FM. Both Friday and Sunday would involve … Continue reading Fr. Imbarrato in Fitchburg MA Eucharistic Procession to Planned Parenthood

10 Thoughts Under my Fedora Fr Imbarrato with WQPH , Jake Tapper, Coulter vs Berkeley and more

For the next three days I'm going to be flat out.  Fr. Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for life who you've seen hosting EWTN's series Defending life, will be doing several events in several cities for WQPH 89.3 and I'll be covering him and those who attend the various, events, masses and dinners over Divine Mercy Sunday.  You … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under my Fedora Fr Imbarrato with WQPH , Jake Tapper, Coulter vs Berkeley and more