The Stupidest Thing Ever Written About Pope Francis and Kim Davis
Gabriel Malor is a Republican gay rights activist who spends about as much time on twitter advocating for Republicans as he does trying to convince the world that his favorite sin is no sin at all. Thus we arrive at Malor’s take on Pope Francis having a private meeting with Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis. Just read this: Been asked about this in DM and, | Read More »
Pope’s Challenge to Protect Life Instantly Dismissed
The Pope was in town today, if you didn’t know, but the drooling dropped jaws of the Left probably tipped you off. As the country has been preparing for the papal visit, we’ve been subjected to channels such as CNN essentially turning into EWTN. Suddenly the Pope is revered, and Catholic teaching, most of it anyway, should be seriously considered, albeit briefly. The Pope’s speech | Read More »
Modern Media Meets the Pope on U.S. Tour
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Michael Brendan Dougherty to discuss the messages of Pope Francis on his U.S. tour, then Robert Bryce discusses California’s drastic pollution reduction plan and, Dave Gershgorn from Popular Science tells us about 3D food printers.
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Ben Carson’s Controversial Comments, and Scott Walker’s Sudden Exit
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Aaron Blake to discuss Carly Fiorina’s post debate bounce and if Trump has staying power. Then Alex Isenstadt details Scott Walker’s exit from the race. Finally David Pietrusza talks about the death of Yogi Berra and the Pope’s visit.
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BuzzFeed snivels about being denied press credentials for Papal visit
BuzzFeed, in addition to being an odious boil on the ass of journalist, is one of the most hostile to religion, and dishonestly so, sites that purport to be news sites. So when they applied for credentials they fully expected the Washington Archdiocese to go along. Back in January, reporter Ellie Hall first inquired about credentials for the pope’s visit, which was the first in | Read More »
Barack Obama Lies to the Pope’s Face
I’m writing a book on this right now and it is very clear that Barack Obama flat out lied in the Pope’s face today. Listen to a part of what Barack Obama said to Pope Francis about religious liberty. In fact, the President and his administration have been deeply, deeply hostile to Christians in the United States. Remember, just a few years ago, the Obama | Read More »
If Pope Francis Is The Best Christianity Can Do, Perhaps Christianity Requires Another Reformation
If The Catholic Church chooses to reduce itself to being just another boring Left-wing interest group that shills for the collective immiseration of mind, body and spirit that Marxism typically entails, then it needs and deserves condign replacement as a legitimate moral authority. This is quite the radical proclamation, but only when viewed through the lens of credulous, rather than skeptical faith. This week President | Read More »
The Pope’s View of Capitalism and What it Overlooks
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Don Boudreaux to discuss why the Pope misses some lessons of capitalism, then Maura Corrigan talks about poverty and reliance on government support, and Robert Rector discusses what the U.S. spends on social welfare.
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Amazon Outage Takes Down Netflix, Illustrates Our Interconnected World
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss an outage at Amazon cloud hosting that took down Netflix and other popular web services, then Joy Pullmann from the Federalist talks about the Pope and global warming and finally Dennis Greene recaps this week’s NFL action.
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Number of Homeless Students Growing
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the Fed’s decision not to raise rates this week, then Lyndsey Layton from the Washington Post talks about the rising number of homeless students in the US and finally Angela Rachidi from AEI discusses why poverty policy needs to be a central issue in the 2016 campaign.
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Barack Obama is a Moral Coward and Fluffer of Totalitarians
President Obama has decided to greet Pope Francis with transgendered activists, the first gay Episcopal Bishop who is now already divorced, and activist Catholic nuns. The Vatican is not happy about it and is pushing back. On the eve of Pope Francis’s arrival in the U.S., the Vatican has taken offense at the Obama administration’s decision to invite to the pope’s welcome ceremony transgender activists, | Read More »
Feminist is shocked to discover the Pope is Catholic
I’d be a lot less than honest if I said I was a fan of Pope Francis. as I said once before, his “off the cuff pronouncements didn’t leave me like a James Bond martini: shaken not stirred.” I say that as a political conservative and a conservative Roman Catholic. Having said that, my real points of objection to him are what I think is | Read More »
TIME censors the Pope
The American left has been all a-tizzy with Pope Francis ever since he uttered the words, “who am I to judge,” in the context of how the Church should deal with homosexuals attempting to lead a Christian life. They became less enamored with him when he campaigned against homosexual marriage, calling it ideological colonialism. Now it has reached the point where the media is actually | Read More »
Pro-Life Compassion: Child and Mother
On Tuesday, the announcement came that Pope Francis had given authorization to priests to forgive the sin of abortion, which the Catholic church considers a “moral evil”. …for the specific period of the Jubilee year — December 8, 2015 to November 20, 2016 — the pope has removed that extra step, giving each priest around the world the faculty to grant absolution for abortion. “I | Read More »
It is easy to be a good Catholic and a good conservative
The release of the Papal encyclical “Laudato Si” (Praise Be To You) has unleashed an industry, hopefully environmentally sensitive, on how this really puts conservative Catholics in a predicament. For instance: Pope Makes Climate Change An Issue For GOP Presidential Candidates Pope’s Views on Climate Change Add Pressure to Catholic Candidates Father John Neuhaus’s Benedict Arnold, Damon Linker, may very well take the cake for | Read More »