St. Bernards Parish at St Camillus Church 333 Mechanic St in Fitchburg is hosting Fr. Carlos Martin of the Companions of the Cross in Corpus Christi. TX. He will be here with his special ministry hosing a teaching lecture and exposition of Sacred Relics tonight at 6 PM. 150 relics of the saints, some as … Continue reading Sacred Relics of the Saints (including our Lady’s veil & a piece of the True Cross) in Fitchburg MA Wed 6 PM
I spoke to (and spent a fair amount of time with) Erik Svane of the blog ¡No Pasarán! at CPAC 2018 the part on Camera 2 is here You might ask why I don't just reshoot stuff like this or re-edit it there are three reasons, one usually there is limited time to speak to … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2018 Erik Svane of ¡No Pasarán!
by baldilocks This weekend at my blog, I was griping about having known about and having publicized the strange alliance between Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam and the “Church” of Scientology only to have National Review talk about and get all the huzzahs. I mean, what is the purpose of Peter’s brainchild The Magnificent Seven? … Continue reading You Say You Want Independent Journalism
King: Take it away, everyday the same thing. Variety! I want something different. Fix me Hasenpfeffer right away! Shishkabugs (Bugs Bunny short cartoon) 1962 One of the things that is often mentioned as a problem in relationships is the same old thing. Our consumer society pushes the dread of the same old thing for the … Continue reading 30 Tips to stay Married 30 years Today’s Tip: Maintain Surprise
I speak to Gregory Wrightfoe about his book Inconvenient Facts at CPAC 2018 You can buy his book here DaTechGuy at CPAC 2018 The story (blogged) so far: Tuesday April 3rd Voices of CPAC 2018 Gregory Wrighforce Inconvenient Facts Monday April 2nd Voices of CPAC 2018 Becky Noble of Politichicks Voices of CPAC 2018 Andrew … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2018 Gregory Wrighforce Inconvenient Facts
The FBI has a long history of errors, miscalculations, and outright failures that make the current allegations almost pale by comparison. As a young journalist, I trekked back and forth through the FBI “cordon” around Wounded Knee in 1973, where Native American activists had taken over the site in South Dakota of a famous massacre … Continue reading The FBI’s Long List of Failures