Once again this year I failed to observe Earth Day. I take great pride in having ignored Earth Day every year since I was forced take part in the festivities while in school. I’ve never been a fan of paganism or Marxist indoctrination which is why this whole Earth Day thing never appealed to me. … Continue reading Earth Day – A progressive holy day overflowing with propaganda
...because they didn't want to admit they were on the other side. But with the rise of Illan Omar now the cat is out of the bag. In his selective memory, he forgets to also mention the thousands of Somalis killed by the American forces that day! #NotTodaySatan https://t.co/wrFocrZymQ— Ilhan Omar (@IlhanMN) October 16, 2017 … Continue reading I’m old enough to remember when Democrats pretended to be anti-war…
The Obama administration failed to stop Russian intervention in the 2016 presidential election. That’s a key point that media and Democrat bloviators have failed to acknowledge in the debate over the Mueller Report. In the report, the special prosecutor states that Russia began interfering in American democracy in 2014. The effort blossomed into a robust … Continue reading Obama and the Mueller Report
By: Pat Austin BATON ROUGE – There’s a case out of Baton Rouge that might be interesting to watch: a former LSU professor has asked the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals to review her case. Teresa Buchanan taught elementary education students with a specialization in early childhood education. She was terminated in 2015 for “using … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Free Speech or Sexual Harassment?
Yesterday was known as Good Friday. Why do we call this particular Friday Good Friday? We will come back to that question in a moment. As of tomorrow Sunday, April 21, 2019, The Lenten season will be officially over. The Lenten season is a time when Christians seek to identify and more closely follow the … Continue reading Why Do We Call This Friday “Good?”
If you're not following the Shameless Popery blog, you're missing out. Not only is the author a regular writer, but he writes in a way that is both deeply theological while also being easy to read. His piece this week on Judas is no different, and it should give us some pause as we finish … Continue reading On Judas and Notre Dame
8thly and Lastly They are so grateful!! Benjamin Franklin Advice to a Friend on Choosing a Mistress 1745 (the reasons for choosing an older mistress) Last week at church I noticed a family two rows ahead of me. A pregnant looking mom was managing a group of five children aged about 3-13 with the help … Continue reading The Long answer to Stacy McCain’s Question about Coral Lytle
This one scientific fallacy was used to condemn 42 million unborn children to death worldwide just last year. Every time I watch a science program about the possibility that life exists on some other planet or moon in this solar system I take careful note of how the scientists in that program define the type … Continue reading The claim that the unborn are not alive is one of the deadliest scientific fallacies
Slept late after a day off for my Colonoscopy (Two big thumbs which given my age, family history and results from previous visits a very pleasant surprise) and woke up too late to see the Barr press conference live but caught a replay on youtube. I listened to the questions asked of him and read … Continue reading The MSM’S “Why do you suck Mr Barr?” meme sounds oddly familiar
Is Julian Assange a journalist, a whistleblower, or a thief? Before being implicated in the acquisition and release of the Hillary Clinton campaign’s emails in 2016, Assange and WikiLeaks published diplomatic cables and video footages of an airstrike that killed two Reuters photographers, provided by Chelsea Manning. WikiLeaks describes itself as a “media organization” that … Continue reading Assange: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy?
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT -- With the Louisiana gubernatorial election just six months away, Governor John Bel Edwards is probably not too worried about re-election, but he is covering his bases just in case. Early in the election cycle he proposed a teacher pay raise, and scant as it is ($1,000 a year), I suppose … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: The Edwards Teacher Pay Raise
Yesterday we talked about hate crimes but we didn't bring up an imporant point, a point that the left is very careful to avoid. When it comes to hate crimes no people have been more throughout history than jews : #WeNeverToldYou, to this day Palestinians hold a policy of ethnic cleansing and Judenrein territories, with … Continue reading Oddly CNN doesn’t want to have a conversation about these “hate” crimes
When I was younger one of my favorite books was Tip O'Neill's Autobiography Man of the House. There is a lot of great stuff in it but the bit that sticks in my head the most is a piece of advice that a young Tip received from Boston's famous or infamous mayor James Michael Curley … Continue reading Lenten Reflections Sixth Saturday of Lent A good “Tip”
This weekend most Western Christians will celebrate one of the holiest days of their sacred calendar year: Palm Sunday. Just what is Palm Sunday? Perhaps the beloved physician and Gospel author Saint Luke can help us. Saint Luke describes what took place on that first Psalm Sunday nearly 2,000 years ago with these words … Continue reading The Holiest of Weeks
Mandating that healthcare be provided for free appears to be a noble and worthy goal for any government, one that progressives have been advocating for decades. When put into place, mandating free healthcare has always produced disastrous results. The progressives running for president should take careful note of this before continuing to call for Medicare … Continue reading Nothing destroys a nation’s healthcare system more thoroughly than mandating free care