You’ve probably heard that the Democrat Iowa Caucuses were a humiliating and laugh-out-loud disaster. Apparently, the same idiots who built the Obamacare website (aka Harvard) also built a voting app for the caucuses. Like Obamacare, the app didn’t wor…
Scott Faughn is the publisher of the lobbyist “newspaper” Missouri Times and bagman for the sponsors of the illegal prosecution of Eric Greitens.
When he was caught delivering a laundry bag of cash to attorney Al Watkins to pay off Greitens…
David John Marotta, writing in Forbes, says:
Rent-seeking doesn’t add any national value. It is coerced trade and benefits only one side. Rent-seeking can include piracy, lobbying the government or even just giving away money.
There are two kinds of …
Parson will sell everything that isn’t nailed down.
When the media, crooked businessmen, and corrupt politicians were in the midst of their coup against Eric Greitens, a friend told me, “If they get rid of Greitens, Parson will sell everything t…
Scott Adams says Donald Trump lives his life like a movie or television series. (See Looking Ahead to Season Four of Trump for a complete explanation.) Being New Year’s Eve, it’s time to look back on Season Five (2019) and, then, look ahead to season s…
Rosary Coast-to-Coast at the Arch in St. Louis We are in a spiritual battle for America’s soul, and we’ve been fighting it all wrong.
Politics is important. Christians should engage. But politics isn’t enough. And politics isn’t…
The opposites of “rigid” are more unflattering than rigidity:
lenient indulgent broken compromising easy imprecise indefinite inexact irresolute unfixed unreliable accommodating liberal permissive resigned soft-hearted
And that’s th…
A friend commented on a recent blog of mine that he misses my political analysis. So I need to make this clear: my political analysis is that all problems in the world are demonic in nature.
I’ll write that again so no one’s confused: all p…
I’ve always wanted to write a book called How to Lose Friends and Alienate People. But nobody reads autobiographies anymore. So I’ll tell you how to be unpopular, instead.
Being unpopular is pretty easy. And it’s hard, too. It’s…
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Our nation, the Catcholic Church, and the whole world needs prayer. Why? Just read this pos…
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I was gladdened to see Bishop Robert Barron’s tweets of anger about the Pew survey. Watch the attached video. (You will also be happy to hear the Pew survey didn’t shock the bishop.)
I wish, though, his excellency had addressed the real cau…
Do you have a favorite saint?
I try not to, but it’s hard to resist, isn’t it?
It’s hard to resist the temptation to feel some strong pull of a saint. Which is why I feel compelled to write about St. Lawrence of Rome today, his feast …