Anti-Catholic Presidential Remarks of the Month: And the Award Goes To . . .

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. . . not Barack Obama---though of course there are 5 more days in June, so there's still room for him to prompt a recount. No, despite the boffo traffic engendered by various Catholic bloggers and commenters reading the President's remarks in Belfast last week as a call for The End of Catholic Education in Ireland and Possibly Everywhere, Mr Obama (who can generally be counted on to be a frontrunner in this sweepstakes) scratched at the gate. On the basis of those remarks, at least, he wasn't … [Read more...]

‘VAGINAS WIN! VAGINAS WIN!’: Reductio ad Lady Parts

Barack Obama, Cecile Richards

My lady parts, what's left of 'em, are feeling mighty marginalized this morning, after waking up to the news that they did not get invited to the Grrrrrl Power party that reelected President Obama. Being respectable card-carrying feminist lady parts, activated in the 1960s, they are astonished to learn how far the mighty have fallen. "WTF?" they are asking. "Didn't we already fight this battle? Didn't they hear us roar in numbers too big to ignore that women are more than the sum of their lady … [Read more...]

The Vagina Demagogues

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Image source decorum, n. Dignified propriety of behavior, speech, dress, etc. draconian, adj. rigorous; unusually severe or cruel (from the harsh law codes of Draco) vagina, n. (Anatomy) The passage leading from the opening of the vulva to the cervix of the uterus in female mammals The Toronto Star reports on today's "Vaginas Take Back the Capitol!" protest in Lansing, Michigan, during which a crowd of some 2,500 gathered to hear portions of the play The Vagina Monologues read aloud … [Read more...]

Bacon and Butter and Bathtub Beer: Why the Church Needs St Brigid, Bad

UPDATE: It's Lá Fhéile Bríde, the Feast of Brigid, and last year's post is no less true today: She's the patroness of women (especially "fallen" ones), poets, Ireland, and beer, among many, many other wonderful things. She had the ability to multiply butter and bacon. She was Chiara to St Patrick's Francesco. As an abbess she had jurisdiction over a double monastery of men and women, a center of learning and culture that kept the perpetual light of knowledge burning through ages that … [Read more...]


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