The crowd responded with thunder. "We want God!" they shouted, together. "We want God!" What a moment in modern history: We want God. From the mouths of modern men and women living in a modern atheistic dictatorship. WSJ Peggy Noonan April 7th 2005 Kevin Lomax: In the Bible, you lose. We're destined to lose, Dad. … Continue reading Pope Francis and America’s Coming “My Chcemy Boga” moment
This week's subscription Commentary talks about Culture and how the small things can be missed using everyone's favorite obsessive compulsive detective Adrian Monk A lot of times we miss the little things, don't miss them or this commentary you can see it here but first you need to do one of two things. To see … Continue reading Subscription Tease: Adrian Monk & Culture
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The Wall Street Journal on its front page on Wednesday contained one of the most useful stories I've seen in a while: "Check out these kitties! :-)" read emails featuring the photo of a Turkish Angora cat with a purple mohawk, sent to nearly two million cubicle dwellers so far. It includes an attachment or … Continue reading A Cute Kitty and Required Reading Today
A story broke out yesterday as John Hopkins SGA choose to reject official club status by the SGA. Here is the story from LifeNews: On March 12th, a pro-life group at Johns Hopkins University, Voice for Life (VFL), was denied the right to become an official student club by the Student Government Association (SGA) during … Continue reading John Hopkins and Students for Life
Tomorrow on DaTechGuy on DaRadio, it's time for our Special Easter Show In our first hour we'll be joined by Minister George Kelly from Georgia who will talk Easter from the perspective of both the Protestant Perspective and as a pastor of a Black Church. In our second hour Lisa Graas the Catholic Bandita. will … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio: Special Easter Show George Kelly Lisa Graas
Then the LORD said, "Go outside and stand on the mountain before the LORD; the LORD will be passing by." A strong and heavy wind was rending the mountains and crushing rocks before the LORD - but the LORD was not in the wind. After the wind there was an earthquake - but the LORD … Continue reading Benedict XVI as John Paul I
I spoke briefly to Paul McKinley running in the 2nd district of Illinois for the seat once held by Jessie Jackson Jr. His website is here.
Update 6-26-15 This post from Good friday 2013 seems particularly proper today and the warning it contains resonates. So I have promoted it to the top. Dave Weigel had an interesting post up yesterday concerning the Gay Marriage debate, part of which would be no surprise to people who have read this blog … Continue reading The Yellow Cross Twibbon Might as well get it now
Although I am not the least bit British I grew up an Anglophile. Part of it of course was World War 2. My Father served in the Pacific. England was our ally and the bravery of the British in holding off the Nazis and has been our most steadfast ally ever since. Our language and … Continue reading Why Britannia’s Fall Matters
At CPAC I spoke to K Carl Smith of the Frederick Douglas Republicans You can find the Frederick Douglas Republicans here.
We talked to Kelly about the book How Money Walks at CPAC 2013 Ok so Kelly didn't write this book but she was working VERY hard as part of the team promoting it so she deserves top billing. Their web site is here
As Lent ends and the Easter Tridiuum begins and as the media gushes in Democrats finally coming out as the secular anti-christian party publicly they've been for year it's very easy to miss the incredible re-write of history that has been advanced by the MSM concerning the Wars In Iraq and Afghanistan. The attempt to … Continue reading Forgetting History, Iraq, Afghanistan, Flypaper and Weak Horses
Just watched the US Senate Debate between Chris Gomez, Dan Winslow and Mike Sullivan for US Senate. As Judge Winslow has said all three candidates are superior to the Democrats but the question now is which one of the three. The Abortion Question settled it for me. Dan Winslow bluntly said he was for abortion, … Continue reading Mike Sullivan for US Senate
One might question if the National Organization for Marriage belongs in the field guide to bloggers as opposed to a straight "voice of cpac" post. That's a fair point but there is no question at all that Thomas Peters does. The full field guide is here. BTW the March for Marriage took place this week, … Continue reading Voice of CPAC/Field guide to Bloggers National Organization for Marriage Thomas Peters