Category Archives: Religion and Spirituality

Merry Christmas from Aleppo

Yes, there are Christians in Aleppo. There have been Christians in Syria since the 1st century A. D. long before the ‘absurd theology of an immoral Bedouin’ spread its tentacles across the Middle East. And under Bashar al-Assad, the Christian community in Syria has prospered—a fact that the globalist fraternity engineering this ‘civil war’ would discard as irrelevant. Oh, and by the way, women living under the Assad regime go to school with the boys, earn higher education degrees, and hold down jobs just like any other female in a civilized society. Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from Our President

This is the BEST Christmas Ever! Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving, America!

Happy Thanksgiving to all those patriots who have sorrowed and stressed through depressing years of an un-American captivity. Be of good cheer, my sisters and brothers. I know it’s traumatic to be led out of the evil bondage of Egypt only to discover we haven’t instantly arrived at the Promise Land of Milk and Honey. What a shock to the ever-yeaning conservative spirit when it encounters yet more struggles and strains as it wends its way through an uncharted political Wilderness. And how easily the tired and troubled mind swiftly turns to a grumbling and complaining humor. But try not to savage our Moses, the chosen champion who’s leading the way, at least not until Inauguration Day. Continue reading

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Kim Davis and The Great Conservative Sellout

Other than a couple of Republican politicians, the only voices being raised in the defense of Kim Davis, the Kentucky County Clerk imprisoned, yes, let me say that again, imprisoned for refusing to issue a marriage license to two gay men, have been the queer voices of lesbians and gays. Yep, it seems only us homos care enough about the injustice being done in Kentucky to open our political mouths and express a little outrage. Now ain’t that a sweet Come to Jesus conservative irony. Continue reading

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Only Liberals Get to Violate Their Oaths, You Idiots

Whether You Agree with Her Stance or Not, Kim Davis is Now a Political Prisoner. Anyone Believe They Would Have Dragged a Muslim Off to Jail? Continue reading

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Winter Solstice 2013

And the Year Turns Once Again….Happy Winter Solstice! Continue reading

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The 50th Anniversary of the Death of C. S. Lewis

As media hacks bring out all the bells and whistles in their eager efforts to reinvent, re-frame, and then endlessly regurgitate the phony Camelot image of our 35th President (while studiously ignoring the Left-wing, Communist credentials of his assassin) let us turn away from such flimsy paper-mache portraits and ponder instead the honest persona of a humble soul who needs no public relations campaign to hawk his authenticity. Continue reading

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Resurgence of Traditional Catholicism: The Latin Mass

Passion Week is upon us. And this holiest of holy weeks of the Christian calendar is a very fitting time to acknowledge the undercurrents of change that are sweeping through the deep catacombs of the Catholic Church. Change that signals a return to ancient tradition and a resurgence of core Catholic beliefs. Continue reading

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Nun Pleads Guity to Voter Fraud: A Little Nunsense from the Left

It would appear that even a 25-year membership in a Catholic religious order coupled with a distinguished Deanship at a Catholic college can’t cleanse the political soul of some of these holier-than-thou Lefty Fraus.

Sister Marguerite Kloos, member of the Sisters of Charity and the Dean of Arts and Humanities at the College of Mount St. Joseph located in suburban Cincinnati, stated that she would plead guilty to the charge of illegal voting. Last November, Sister Marge not only cast her own ballot in that hard-fought presidential election, she also pulled the Obama lever a second time in devout remembrance of one of her dearly departed colleagues.
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Keeping Christmas Out of the Secularized Closet

Hope everyone had an enjoyable Christmas. And I also hope that the word holiday hardly ever slipped out from between your culturally clenched teeth. Continue reading

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At Christmas, Don’t Let the Atheistic Grinches Get You Down

Christmas time in America has turned into the season of angry atheistic assaults on Christian beliefs and long-held traditions. From the desecration of church manger scenes to the spit-in-their-faces facade of a giant billboard in Times Square, the march against ‘myths’ seems ever on the move. Ain’t it amazing though that these spoiled spawns of Western Civilization, these godless crusaders living off the bountiful capital created by 1,500 years of a Christian-based culture, would thumb their noses at the very source of their abundant wealth?

But not all upwardly mobile men and women have become enamored of the atheistic trendiness of today. There may be a mocking billboard hulking over downtown New York City, but there’s also another banner that is being quietly raised across this bustling metropolis of Anything Goes. Continue reading

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A Winter Solstice Contemplation

The Winter Solstice is a time for celebration but also a time for reflection. And since my Celtic and Germanic heritage has offered me both a pagan and a Judeo-Christian foundation of faith, I offer up a few ecumenical thoughts to ponder. Continue reading

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Bill Maher Compares Islam and Christian Fundamentalism

In any Islamic outpost around the globe, Bill Maher and his applauding audience would find themselves with hacked off heads in such enlightened societal havens as Saudi Arabia, with ripped apart limbs in such progressive places as Pakistan, and with very sore rumps from those gang bang rehabilitation cells in such liberally acclaimed towers of modernity as Turkey. Continue reading

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Christian Charity Can Only Go So Far

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Catholic Church—Getting Force Fed Their Social Justice Agenda

Gee, I guess all that Social Justice pâté doesn’t taste very good when it’s rammed down your own ecclesiastical throat, does it now? The US Conference of Catholic Bishops have declared a Fortnight for Freedom in response to the Obama Administration’s abortion and birth control mandates. Better late than never, I suppose. Continue reading

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Kathleen Sebelius: The Hydra Gets Heckled

The invitation from Georgetown to a pro-abortion harridan from the Obama White House who arrogantly thwarts the free expression of the Catholic Church’s religious principles just goes to show how rotted the foundation of American Catholicism has become. Continue reading

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Liberal Nuns: Moving Beyond Jesus

When a major Catholic conference of American women religious features a keynote speaker who touts the marvelous mental miracle of moving beyond Jesus, wouldn’t you say it was high time for such holier-than-thou harridans to hit the road? If an American nun can no longer support the essential theological element of the spiritual faith that is supposed to sustain her, then it seems pretty darn clear to me that this twisted sister has ceased to be a true believing Christian let alone a Catholic one. Continue reading

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The Catholic Church and ObamaCare

There’s an old adage that goes something like, if you lay down with dogs, don’t be surprised if you get up with fleas. Well, the American Catholic Church has been enjoying a long lay about with that unconstitutional hound dog of healthcare chicanery known as ObamaCare, and now, much to their horrified surprise, the Church leaders are finding themselves infested with a very bad case of Big Government cooties. Continue reading

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Catholic Flash Mob: Jesus Takes the Mall

As the Left-wing secular legions attempt to drive our religious heritage from the American public stage, there are some brave souls out there who are pushing back against the hellions of anti-religious hate. Continue reading

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Women Banned from Touching Phallic Produce

Cucumbers, bananas, and squash, oh my! How can such nasty sexually suggestive veggies and fruits lay provocatively on display at local supermarkets where weak-minded women might think thoughts of a prurient nature when touching these penis imposters? Mohammed, forbid! Continue reading

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Deepak Chopra: Taking Obama Worship to a Higher Plane

For those not familiar with this gilded guru of New Age mind/body magic, Deepak Chopra is a Hindu-born physician and self-styled alternative medicine promoter who has successfully marketed his higher mental plane philosophy through a series of books, business ventures, and lucrative liaisons with various US governmental agencies and universities. And in between peddling his consciousness-raising wares, this great guardian of supercilious wisdom has also found time to regularly worship at the crumbling clay feet of liberalism’s godhead incarnate. Continue reading

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Rules for Argumentative Atheists

In attempting to give his fellow intellectual elites the leading edge in secular semantic swordplay, Associate Professor of Sociology, Phil Zuckerman, offered up these pithy precepts for the daring debaters of a godless gospel. Continue reading

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American Muslim Guilty of Beheading Wife

An American Muslim television executive was found guilty in Buffalo, New York on Monday of beheading his wife in 2009. Muzzammil Hassan stabbed his wife over 40 times and then beheaded her just days after she filed for a divorce. Continue reading

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The Art of Trashing Christianity

After complaints from some Republican lawmakers and conservatives over a controversial video that featured a crucifix with ants crawling over the image of Jesus, the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery has removed this piece of pathetic tripe from public view. Continue reading

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Joyce Meyer: From Power to Pragmatism

I discovered Joyce Meyer about thirteen years ago while channel surfing one early morning. Certainly the sight of a woman preacher caught my curiosity as did the sound of her raucous and, at times, ranting voice. This Joyce Meyer of the 1990s was a very different model from the media manufactured doyenne of today. Continue reading

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