This should really creep you out

    I can hardly believe this isn’t a hoax.JPh/t: puffer

    Pro-choice groups, women’s groups and Palin

    Palin chose to have five kids.Palin chose to deliver a Downs baby.Palin made her choices.

    Pro choice groups: Why the silence on China?

    Pro choice used to mean pro choice. Not pro abortion, but pro choice. Pro choice should mean anti forced abortion. So, why the radio silence from the pro choice and women’s rights groups on China’s policy of forced abortions?

    Not a right wing nut, but a true Catholic

    In another member’s diary, there was a thought provoking writing on communion for pro-abortion supporters as well as taxpayer funding of abortion. My apologies to the author, but I can’t find the link.In any case, there was an article today about a South Carolina priest telling his congregation that those voting for Obama needed to seek confession and pennance for their vote before receiving communion. | Read More »

    Obama and a program at the UN to go even further in his slaughter of the unborn!

    It appears that one Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) is extremely excited at the prospect of Obama allowing 40 million of our tax dollars to go to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). You as I are probably not knowledgable about this particular program BUT it stated goal is to help reproductive rights for women (code word abortion) It all sounds so harmonious but when you | Read More »

    A Little Catholic Hope

    Finally the US Bishops get a backbone!!! After the last few years of bending to the Left and not taking a stand on abortion the US Catholic bishops are going to get it right. Also note my Gov. Sebelius comes up again. For more info see my entry from yesterday. Catholics Bishops Vow to Confront Obama. Its about time. As far as I am concerned | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — Nov. 12, 2008 bans lobbyists from transition seeks bill to rescue automakers rush cash to debilitated Murtha honors homeless veterans warn Obama about abortion issue line up for leadership of key committees home-cooking revival/ Downturn drives Americans back to the kitchenMaria Stainer Assistant Managing Editor Continuous News Desk The Washington Times

    Applying Leaches to Cast the Devils Out

    I remmber a skit on the 1990s Cartoon Histeria that made fun of Middle Ages medicine. One character provided an answer of, “Apply leaches to cast the devil out.” It seems to be the same thing with the media in the aftermath of an election. No matter what the actual issues of the campaign or what you can say about why the Republicans lost, the | Read More »


    How To Tell The “Culture Wars” Are Not Over

    Peter Beinart had an article in the Washington Post the Sunday before Election Day arguing that the culture wars are over; according to Beinart, Sarah Palin was failing to connect with voters because Palin’s brand is culture war, and in America today culture war no longer sells….Although she seems like a fresh face, Sarah Palin actually represents the end of an era. She may be | Read More »

    Michigan liberals attack Lansing congregation in the middle of Sunday worship

    Cross-posted on Right Michigan at is what we’re up against.On Sunday morning, amidst worshiping congregants and following unifying prayers that our President-elect be granted wisdom as he prepares to lead our nation through difficult global, social and economic challenges, the Michigan left declared open war on peaceful church goers.They did it with banners, chants, blasphemy, by storming the pulpit, by vandalizing the church facility, | Read More »

    Post-Election thoughts

    This is my first diary entry here and it’s a new process for me as I was never involved in the ‘blogosphere’ before this election. In the run-up to the election and subsequent fallout, I’ve been plagued by a bad case of dualism and I hope that this exercise in expression will help me compartmentalize some of my thoughts.As a Reagan conservative and pro-life voter, | Read More »

    The Coming Catholic Crisis

    Never in my life have I had the urge to do harm to the United States of America or its duly elected government. Never have I felt anything but pride for my nation. Never a day has gone by that I did not earnestly hope and pray for the success of my nation as the greatest country that God has ever given man. Within the | Read More »

    A powerful reminder of what we’re fighting for

    If you’re like me, sometimes it helps to have a reminder of what it is we do this all for. This video and the accompanying audio is a beautiful and powerful reminder. I would recommend it to everybody.


    Tuesday’s Ballot Measure Results

    Voters across the nation were asked to decide 153 state ballot measures on Tuesday. On balance, these results actually indicate an electorate that did not want a lot of “change.” Lots of info on what passed and what did not below the fold.

    Priorities of Conservatism in a New World

    Now that the election is over and we have to start looking at our plans for 2010 and 2012, it would be good to examine conservatism and what we can concentrate on in the meantime. E Pluribus Unum started an excellent series on conservatism a while back, and hopefully, will do more in the future. I am not trying to take his place on it, | Read More »