Of Dead Geese and Distractions Removed

by baldilocks For the last few days, it’s been all about Donald Trump and his fiery words to NFL owners regarding players who choose to sit down or kneel during the playing of the National Anthem. Lots of mischaracterizations out there about the state of this feud, including that it’s a “First Amendment” issue or … Continue reading Of Dead Geese and Distractions Removed

The Hail Mary Explained for Protestants Part Three: The Holy Name

Love is never monotonous in the uniformity of its expression. The mind is infinitely variable in its language, but the heart is not. The heart of a man, in the face of the woman he loves, is too poor to translate the infinity of his affection into a different word. So the heart takes one … Continue reading The Hail Mary Explained for Protestants Part Three: The Holy Name

Ferguson or How to Narcissistically Lose Friends & Influence Nobody

Sir Percy Blakley:  You think I like sitting there in the shadow of the knife while one head falls after another. People I know and love that innocent people, kindly people, herded like sheep and butchered like cattle by men who make high sounding principles an excuse for the most bestial cruelty? The Scarlet Pimpernel … Continue reading Ferguson or How to Narcissistically Lose Friends & Influence Nobody

Feeding the Flesh

by baldilocks When a group of people have become guided by their bellies--their appetites--appealing to them on an intellectual, spiritual and/or altruistic basis is pointless. Not only do they become unable to discern any difference between good and evil, but they even become unable to figure out what is best for themselves. We see this … Continue reading Feeding the Flesh

Nothing like living under constantly changing rules

In his examiner column today Glenn Reynolds (tomorrow's guest BTW) talks about how the rules concerning "patriotic dissent" apparently change as desired by the holders of the meme: "Protest is patriotic!" "Dissent is the highest form of patriotism!" These battle-cries were heard often, in a simpler America of long ago -- that is, before last … Continue reading Nothing like living under constantly changing rules

A series of videos of the actual March in Boston and my take on it

I'll be continuing to put up the various interviews but for now we have a series of short clips of the lead up to and the actual march in question with my commentary and some photo links. First there was the revving up of the crowd: Before anything else I want to say the two … Continue reading A series of videos of the actual March in Boston and my take on it

Just back from the immigration rallies in Boston…

...well actually I just finished watching the new Doctor Who by Proxy after I got home from the immigration rallies and let me tell you it was a lot more interesting than the rally. Several things about it: The crowd came in several groups. When I got there it was about 10 min of 12 … Continue reading Just back from the immigration rallies in Boston…

What a difference a couple of days make

Back at the hotel after spending the Evening at the Washington Monument rally. There were a lot of impressive speakers, I managed to score interviews with Breitbart, and even Tucker Carlson (who proved to be a very good sport about the whole $800 a week thing.) Those videos will up over the weekend along with … Continue reading What a difference a couple of days make

Well this story might make things interesting tomorrow

I wonder if they will have any comment on this at the meeting tomorrow? According to a police report filed at the scene, supported by several witnesses, the following interaction took place between Miss Rose and the uniformed Planned Parenthood escort: Rose, from the public sidewalk: “Sir, are you familiar with the abortion procedure?” Escort … Continue reading Well this story might make things interesting tomorrow

The “Coincidence” of the 3 year mass cycle

As you likely don't know if you aren't Catholic, (and you may not know if you are). There is a 3 year cycle that scripture reading at a Catholic Mass are on. Each year we do a different one of the synoptic Gospels, on the "Mark" years we mix in John (because Mark is so … Continue reading The “Coincidence” of the 3 year mass cycle

The cut to the chase business on Abortion.

Yesterday I was listening to the pro-choice argument of a person I knew, the whole: "I don't like abortion but I think I don't have a right to forbid someone from having one." argument. The gentleman who volunteered his thoughts sounding so reasonable so tolerant, asked my opinion on the subject. I had been talking … Continue reading The cut to the chase business on Abortion.

The Sentinel & Enterprise covered yesterday’s protest…

..against Planned Parenthood and had a quote from city counselor Rosemary Reynolds that every pol who claims Catholicism should memorize: Reynolds said she was protesting as a resident, and a member of the City Council, against Planned Parenthood coming to Fitchburg. "I'm one person. I don't divide myself," Reynolds said. As Emily Devlin reports there … Continue reading The Sentinel & Enterprise covered yesterday’s protest…

“Abortion is the abandonment of hope.”

The snow was falling steadily but for the 6 dozen or so protesters (not counting children) it didn't matter. What mattered was Planned parenthood was planning to come to Fitchburg. "We are here for the children" said one man standing in front of the parking lot, the crowd around him nodded their heads in agreement. … Continue reading “Abortion is the abandonment of hope.”

Photos from today’s protest

My job interview was postponed 24 hours so I was able to jump into the car and get a few pictures from the protest today. The snow was steady and regular but it didn't prevent an enthusiastic crowd of 70 people from turning up to protest against Planned Parenthood and their plans to open up … Continue reading Photos from today’s protest