John Pacheco (St. Blog’s Wannabe Man in Canadian Politics) Gives His Version of the Debate (and requests your prayers for his campaign). [Read more...]

From our “Show me a Culture that Despises Virginity” files Lesbian dolls for grade school kids. [Read more...]

New film out based on John I’m rather skeptical of these things as drama. The idea of simply treating the gospels like a movie script strikes me as tone deaf both to the sort of literature the gospels are and the sort of art cinema is. I never much cared for the “Jesus Movie” they [Read More...]

You can find everything on line [Read more...]

Thinks Prolifers are Idiots but, like Arnold, He’s an Entertainment Icon ….so, of course, the Stupid Party wants him. [Read more...]

The one thing every prophetic voice needs to memorize Interesting piece on lonely conservative voices in the goose-step culture of academic leftism. What stands out is this passage: These dissenters lead interesting lives. But there’s one circumstance that causes true anguish: when a bright conservative student comes to them and says he or she is [Read More...]

A reader writes: I watched the first episode of “Joan of Arcadia” Friday night. With one exception it wasn’t too bad. The premise, that God appears to a teen-aged girl in various guises and talks to her, is strange, but given that God spoke to Moses through a burning bush and He speaks to all [Read More...]

An unexpectedly tender bit of prose from the normally acidic Christopher Hitchens in memory of Edward Said. A marked contrast from some of the allegedly Christian Apostles of Hatred who lurk St. Blog’s comments boxes and who “celebrate” Said’s death. [Read more...]

For all you poor saps in Cleveland… I recommend James Akin’s handy little guide Mass Confusion: The Do’s and Don’ts of Catholic Worship A useful book for anybody suffering under the regime of liturgists who think Jesus’ command was “Peter, try experiments on my rats.” [Read more...]

Now they tell us… [Read more...]

Cleveland Diocese Institutes New “Rite of Confusion” The plan appears to be to ask people to do stuff if they feel like it and then sit back and laugh while Mr. Smith attempts to follow the new protocol while Mrs. Jones refuses to. This will create “unity” in some Pickwickian sense understood only by liturgists. [Read More...]

A Dozen More Reasons to Drop your TV Off a Cliff [Read more...]