Dominos Keep Falling I love how a presumption of law that stood for 5000 years is tranformed overnight into a “ban”. I wonder when “bans” on incest and animal sex will be ruled unconstitutional? [Read more...]

Amazon sells everything [Read more...]

In case you need more reasons to homeschool… Go here, here, here, and here. [Read more...]

I have an editorial this morning in the Dallas Morning News against using Ronald Reagan as a launchpad for stem cell research And you can already Feel the Love. Here, for instance, is some anonymous guy who writes: Mark..My very best wishes for you. After reading your article, strongly against the advancement of techology and [Read More...]

Good Morning! It’s Day 5 of the Quarterly Catholic and Enjoying It! Pledge Week Has this blog been a source of good for you that you can’t find anywhere else? Then please consider a gift to and click on the PayPal button to the left so that C&EI; can stay on the air and our [Read More...]

In Honor of the Greatest President of My Lifetime I am not holding the Pledge Drive today and will not be blogging after this entry. Both Pledge Week and blogging will resume tomorrow. Today, I want to observe the National Day of Mourning. President Ronald Reagan: I salute you and pray God that he will [Read More...]

Attention Western Washingtonians! I’m speaking in West Seattle Tomorrow! On June 12 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. I will be speaking at Holy Family Parish, 9622 – 20th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106. I will be giving my workshop on Making Senses Out of Scripture: Reading the Bible as the First Christians Did. For [Read More...]

From our “Did I mention we homeschool?” file A reader sends along this link : I taught “Merchant of Venice” to seniors one year; in it there’s a line where one character is insulting another, by saying something along the lines of “He damns the ears of all who hear him, by calling him ‘fool.’” [Read More...]

The Pope, the President, and America’s Legacy [Read more...]

Ramesh Ponnuru on Bp. Sheridan’s Second Letter That letter seems pretty sensible (unlike the previous one, which was at best too loosely worded), but I wasn’t sure what to make of one remark: “How, in fact, could I deny anyone Holy Communion since I would not know the condition of the communicant’s soul?” If he [Read More...]