Please savor the following words of scathing wisdom from Bill Whittle.
A reader who goes by the fruitful name of Watermelonyo takes me to task for daring to say that the modern Left supports the Jihad. He expresses astonishment, and doubts my sincerity and even my sanity for saying such a … Continue reading
President Obama today made a speech in which he mocked those of us who are not illiterate of economics for not having any alternatives to Obamacare. Well, it took me about one second of searching around for a conservative alternative … Continue reading
Mark Steyn provides the following links and a few dry words: News from Santa’s Grotto: Global warming hysterics at the BBC warned us in 2007 that by summer 2013, the Arctic would be ice-free. As with so many other doomsday … Continue reading
I was amused by the little girl’s tone of voice.
Let me recommend Mike Flynn’s journal to you: http://tofspot.blogspot.com/2013/10/found-upon-web-and-reprinted-here.html I came across this interview with David Berlinski and in interviewer who, back when I was a newspaper editor, if I saw this degree of unprofessional opinionated argument with an interviewee, … Continue reading
A man after my own heart has written an article (http://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/oct/15/neil-gaiman-future-libraries-reading-daydreaming) well worth the reading and pondering: The world doesn’t have to be like this. Things can be different. I was in China in 2007, at the first party-approved science … Continue reading
It seems that the talented Mrs Sharp has also written an instrumental entitled ‘Deeds of Renown Without Peer’ inspired by THE GOLDEN AGE, and also by the Everness books, which I am glad someone read. Oh, I am so flattered. … Continue reading
I just came across a song called ‘The Walk from Bridge-to-Nowhere’. I have no idea who wrote it or when or why, but it sounds like a sad and grim futuristic Texan kind of thing with more than a touch … Continue reading
A comment about Obamacare from a health care professional (http://www.pjtv.com/?cmd=mpg&mpid=105&load=8639) It’s hard to relay to non-healthcare workers just how much despair there is in the industry, both from knowing that what is already far too expensive will only get worse … Continue reading
What I look and sound like, here is an interview by Buzzy Magazine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVzvJGjvE_Y If, in the course of reading my words here, I sound to your ears of the imagination strident or angry or whatnot, listening to the sort … Continue reading
It may be of use to those readers not familiar with the history of the Church to see a list of the Ecumenical Councils and what they decided. This list is taken from the Catholic Encyclopedia: http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04423f.htm
I here reprint the comments of Hadley Arkes appearing in National Review online: These decisions, handed down by the Court today, affect to be limited in their reach, but they are even worse than they appear, and they cannot be … Continue reading
I confess I have having a rather glum day today, and then I saw something that cheered me immensely. Somewhere in the world are kindred souls to mine, who remember the old, fine, strong stories and seek to see them … Continue reading
From the pen of David Blount over at the site Moonbattery There’s a price to be paid by countermoonbats with courage enough to stand up for decency and sanity in a culture that is swirling down the toilet. Ask Orson … Continue reading
An article from the Andrew Klavan, which I here reprint in full: When Benedict XVI was pope, the New York Times ran a scurrilous, distortion-infested campaign intended to link the former Joseph Ratzinger with the awful abuse scandals that have … Continue reading
Wright’s writing corner has a guest writer, Vonnie Winslow Crist, this week! Excerpt: JRR Tolkien wrote: “Don’t adventures ever have an end? I suppose not. Someone else always has to carry on the story.” And thank goodness it’s true! For … Continue reading
Only posting a link, or, rather, a letter from a female vet who goes by the handle ‘Sentry.’ Hat tip to Jazz Shaw at Hot Air for this letter: I’m a female veteran. I deployed to Anbar Province, Iraq. When … Continue reading
I miss the days when I was a card-carrying Libertarian. We may have been semi-anarchist pro-porn selfish nuts, but at least there were none among us who could be accused of favoring totalitarian tyranny over Constitutional government. As a conservative, … Continue reading
From Catholic and Enjoying It. … Sadly it seems that National [Boy Scout Leadership] is considering trying to punt the matter to the unit level, with the chartering organization deciding on whether to admit homosexuals or not. Would be hard … Continue reading
My Jesuit Confessor, Father de Casuist, tells me that if I am allowed to post links before Friday, I can post videos. This is the best one I have seen all year. I am puzzled that no GOP politician talks … Continue reading
Only posting a link, and hoping you will call your local scoutmaster. Get involved. Protest. Make some noise. http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/01/28/16739587-boy-scouts-close-to-ending-ban-on-gay-members-leaders? If the Boy Scouts go, that will be the last institution left in America, outside the Church, which seeks to build … Continue reading
Words of wisdom from a woman who knows. http://thewomanandthedragon.wordpress.com/2013/01/18/artificial-birth-control-satans-little-helper/ It is not Friday, but I am allowed to post links. I commend the insight into feminism, which, to be honest, had never occurred to me before.
I am permitted even when it is not a Friday to post articles written by others, as here, where Mr Briggs has prevailed upon all men of good will to come to the aid of their country. Having trampled the … Continue reading