Media bias: Yes, WikiLeaks really did hack Podesta’s emails

By John Ruberry A couple of headlines caught my attention this afternoon. Here's one: "WikiLeaks Releases More Purported Emails, Bringing Total To More Than 11,000," comes from NPR. Wow. This federally funded news outlet I guess "forgot" that the victim of the hack, Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta, admitted that his private emails were … Continue reading Media bias: Yes, WikiLeaks really did hack Podesta’s emails

Tim Kaine: Personally Opposed to the Crucifixion but joining the Crowd’s Cry

Senator Joseph Paine: I know how you feel, Jeff. Thirty years ago - I had those ideals, too. I was *you*. I had to make the decision you were asked to make today. And I compromised - yes! So that all these years I could stay in that Senate - and serve the people in … Continue reading Tim Kaine: Personally Opposed to the Crucifixion but joining the Crowd’s Cry

Voices of the Catholic Media Guild Author Ellen Gable

I spoke to Author Ellen Gable head of the Catholic Media Guild at the Catholic Marketing Trade Show Her website is here, the Catholic writers guild is here. You can buy her books below. Amazon.com Widgets

The Return of the Faith to Northern Europe

Yesterday I was commenting on Saturday's Daily Mass being the final mass of the liturgical year with the vigil mass (at 4 PM here in my neck of the woods) being the official start of Advent and the Catholic New Year when a Presbyterian lady pointed out that Advent is the start of the new year … Continue reading The Return of the Faith to Northern Europe

And Preparations to counter the OK City Black Mass carry on

We Talked about the Black Mass coming to Oklahoma City back in July. The local Archbishop has to counter this event on two fronts, first spiritually: I am especially concerned about the dark powers that this Satanic worship invites into our community and the spiritual danger that this poses to all who are involved in … Continue reading And Preparations to counter the OK City Black Mass carry on

Disproving the “Catholics kept the Bible from the People” lie in one exercise

One of the most common pieces of idiocy I hear over and over on the net is the idea that there was some kind of grand conspiracy of the Catholic Church to keep the Bible out of the hands of the masses that was only foiled with the invention of the printing press by Gutenberg. … Continue reading Disproving the “Catholics kept the Bible from the People” lie in one exercise

Two Traditions One Anti-Catholic Argument

Demonstrating once again the back-handed compliment that the devil always pays to Jesus Christ, the blasphemy is directed, not toward Zeus, Quetzelcoatl or Mars, but toward the one true God. In turn, blasphemy always destroys, not God, who cannot be harmed, but the blasphemy, who makes himself utterly small when God desires to exalt him and give … Continue reading Two Traditions One Anti-Catholic Argument