Yesterday I attended the 19th annual Catholic Men's conference in Worcester for WQPH 89.3 Radio. It is an event I attend regularly for the station but all week leading up to it my heart wasn't in it. it had been a long week at work. The event meant getting up very early and a bit … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 5th Sunday of Lent: The Payoff
There has been a lot of effort by a lot of people to keep you from seeing the movie "Unplanned". Networks have refused ads, celebs have attacked the film, there have been twitter shenanigans and to the surprise of nobody the mainstream media's reviews of the movie "Unplanned" are full of dismissive critique with the … Continue reading Unplanned Abortion’s “The China Syndrome”
It's quite amusing to see the left go all out of Joe Biden these days, partially because I think of all the potential Democrat candidates Joe Biden is one of the most, if not THE most dangerous for Donald Trump to face and conservatives underestimate him at our peril. But what's really Amusing is to … Continue reading What Do Joe Biden and Jeff Epstein have in Common? Why DatechGuy’s Laws of media outrage of course
Chairman: Yes, and, and, and the wheel. What about this wheel thingy? Sounds a terribly interesting project to me. Marketing Girl: Er, yeah, well we’re having a little, er, difficulty here… Ford Prefect: Difficulty?! It’s the single simplest machine in the entire universe! Marketing Girl: Well alright mister wise guy, if you’re so clever you tell us what colour it … Continue reading Who Needed that Wheel Thingy Anyway?
By John Ruberry Until last Tuesday morning not even a majority of Cook County residents could identify Kim Foxx among a random group of Chicagoans. Foxx is the Cook County state's attorney. She's in charge of the second largest prosecutor's office in the nation. She's not an anonymity now. Last week First Assistant State’s Attorney … Continue reading How Kim Foxx happened
How far left are the Democrats? They are so far left that a person who supports Medicare for all, wants the Electoral college abolished and thinks the Green New Deal is "pragmatic" can be considered a moderate simply by suggesting hie likes a chicken sandwich. The NYT has a piece on the insane religious adulation … Continue reading A “Moderate” on Chick Fil A, A Crisis of faith, Brennan as the Chicago way…,vs the Trump way and Opening Day Under the Fedora
Sir Humphrey Appleby: Well I understand that tomorrow the foreign secretary will deliver a strongly worded note of protest to the KumranesPrime Minister Jim Hacker: Why can’t you do it now?Sir Humphrey Appleby: Well we haven’t got their agreement on it yet! They’re seeing the ambassador privately now, once they’ve approved the the wording we’ll hand it over, … Continue reading Don’t be fooled by the Sir Humphrey Applebys in Chicago
With yesterday's news that Chicago State Attorney Kim Foxx's decided to drop all charges against Jussie Smolett we conservatives are forced to make the following conclusions concerning justice in America.. You can launch a smear against a conservative public figure made up out of the whole cloth and support said smear in the media for … Continue reading #muellermaddness Smolett and The Rules for Leftists
Trump is not indicted but Avenatti is arrested. Think about that. Pelosi and Schumer now say we can't trust the letter from the AG because he is not an unbiased observer on the Mueller report, and they are? Besides wasn't this letter written with Rod "Wires" Rosenstien or are they claiming he is a Trump … Continue reading Five Brief #MuellerMaddness Thoughts Under the Fedora
The scam that is the SPLC is finally starting to unravel: Southern Poverty Law Center president Richard Cohen resigned Friday, in the latest blow to the embattled left-wing nonprofit.Cohen’s resignation came nine days after the SPLC fired co-founder Morris Dees on March 13, citing unspecified conduct issues.Cohen announced his resignation in a staff-wide email Friday evening, the … Continue reading Monday Thoughts Under The Fedora SPLC tanking , The Stacy McCain School of Journalism, Un-newsworthy Religious Vandalism Ichrio and the Big Bang Last Season
By John Ruberry There is never a shortage of evidence of the decline and fall of Illinois. Just a week after I authored Tales from the Illinois Exodus–Part One in this space, I already have a second entry. In two weeks Chicagoans will elect its first female black mayor as two very liberal candidates, Lori … Continue reading Tales from the Illinois Exodus–Part Two
Once again the left's dream of destroying a GOP administration via a prosecutor has gone up in smoke. The Mueller report has been delivered to the AG and the only real result has been the conviction of a beltway insider whose corruption had gone on for years happily ignored by all until he a couple … Continue reading The Media/Left’s Mueller Madness Or It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like another Blue Fitzmas
I've written for a long time that the Democrats are dumping Jews for Islam due to demographics and lately we've seen an awful lot written about some Jews finally starting to notice and some speculation that they might see the light in terms of the GOP. Let me make my prediction, they won't. "But DaTechGuy" … Continue reading Anti-Antis or Jay Nordlinger Explained years ago why Jewish Democrats aren’t going anywhere
I was amused by this headline from the UK guardian about Chicago: Chicago's Democratic socialists on brink of transforming city's politics Six Democratic socialists may join city council this year, reflecting the progressive momentum in national politics The body of the story I found equally puzzling But the Chicago educator and community activist may be poised to … Continue reading How Will Electing Socialists Transform Chicago?
I've been pretty hard on Justice Roberts aka "Old Yellowstain" as he has thrown his supposedly conservative principles to the wind on issues like Obamacare so it's only fair that I complement him when he reminds us that he is capable of being the conservative that he claims to be: From the beginning, the decision … Continue reading Wednesday Thoughts Under the Fedora: Score one for Roberts, No Incentive needed, The Slaves of “Freeattle”, Beating Depression and Unsettled Science