One of the biggest misconceptions about states' rights is that their purpose is to protect the states from overreach by the federal government. On the surface, this is correct, but we have to dig just a little deeper to understand why they're so important to every American. The states do not need direct protection. It's … Continue reading States’ rights aren’t really about the states. They’re about the individual.
By John Ruberry You've heard of "Deep State," right? If you haven't, it's the powerful yet anonymous cadre of senior bureaucrats within the federal government who are toiling to undermine President Donald J. Trump. They are "the swamp" Trump wants to drain. In Illinois, where I live, we have Deep Corruption. Last week in my own … Continue reading Deep Corruption: Hiring scandal reveals stench of Illinois government
A few one sentence thoughts Was there anything more boring than the white House Correspondents dinner, particularly compared to the Trump Rally last night? Can someone explain to me why the MSM having to public declare "we are not fake news" at the Correspondent's Dinner is not a laugh line while Christine O'Donnell saying: "I … Continue reading “We are not fake News” 10 one liners Under the Fedora
During the 2nd day of Fr Stephen Imbarrato's visit to Massachusetts after celebrating a mass and attending a breakfast in Medford he traveled to Fitchburg. We covered his Eucharistic Procession here but there were several other items of interest both before and after that event. He said Saturday morning mass at St Camillus church at … Continue reading Musicians for Life Plus Fr Stephen Imbarrato and Linda Santo in Fitchburg