Indicting Governor Perry Was An Indictment Against Standards
There was a time, a far, far better time, when people invented a famous saying. “Close enough for government work.” It was profoundly complimentary. It wasn’t a joke. They were not kidding. They were not accusing humble Civil Servants such as me of living large on the struggling plumber’s dime. Today, quite sadly the meaning of that phrase has undergone a tragic transformation. The Colorado | Read More »
BBC nearly screens ballet of nun-raping Pope.
Even the BBC appears to have limits. I was appalled this evening to read that the British publicly supported broadcast system had planned to screen ballet of a hunchbacked Pope who rapes both nuns and eunichs. The BBC has abandoned plans to screen a ballet featuring a deformed Pope who rapes nuns that it had announced as one of the highlights of its Christmas schedule. | Read More »
The Indecent President
President Barack Obama made the commencement address today at the University of Norte Dame. The university’s invitation, and the president’s appearance, have been the subject of much controversy both inside the Church and in the pro-life community. President Obama, in four short months, has established himself as the most radically pro-abortion president in U.S. history, and many in the Catholic Church – including a large | Read More »
Sarah Palin and the Intelligence “Issue”. Yes, I’m mad.
If you think she’s dumb, then I encourage you to use your own smarts to build a time machine and forever send yourself to pre-1776 times; you’ll like it there. Throughout the general election campaign, I have been thoroughly disgusted with people who demonize Sarah Palin. Since the end of August, there has been no shortage of folks who choose to say that they “can’t | Read More »
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