Honest Lesbian Confirms My Prediction When it becomes obvious that so much of the sexual abuse of children is homosexual, the only way to preserve the “gay lifestyle’s” demand for unlimited sexual license is to teach people to say, “What’s so bad about sex with children? We must move beyond these irrational taboos, blah blah, [Read More...]

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Honest Lesbian Confirms My Prediction When it becomes obvious that so much of the sexual abuse of children is homosexual, the only way to preserve the “gay lifestyle’s” demand for unlimited sexual license is to teach people to say, “What’s so bad about sex with children? We must move beyond these irrational taboos, blah blah, [Read More...]

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This is evil The relationship of husband and wife and the bond of the familial unit is of fundamentally greater importance than that of the state. Thats’ from Genesis. Caesar exists to facilitate the family, not the family at the whim of Caesar. To destroy the family for no other reason than the ethnicity of [Read More...]

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Cool! You can pre-order the extended edition Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers at Amazon now and get a nice price break as well as a nifty little “making of” documentary in streaming video. Go ahead. Click the link and order. You know you want these movies and it will get me the little [Read More...]

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Pretty Scarce Tomorrow Much to write. Argue amongst yourselves. Thesis: The Evolution of Man has led to Just War Theory and Pedophilia Among Democratic Priests Who like to Take Iraqi Women Hostage and read Catholic Poetry to Them While Celebrating Meetings at Assisi and Watching Previews of the Passion and Wearing Stars of David. Agree? [Read More...]

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A reader writes I got back on Friday night from a pilgrimage to Canada, including a trip to the Shrine of St. Anne de Beaupre. St. Anne, of course, was Mary’s mother. She was Jewish. There were several prominent Stars of David in the basilica. We can’t have that, now, can we? Damn Jews are [Read More...]

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/markshea/2003/07/26784.html

A reader writes I got back on Friday night from a pilgrimage to Canada, including a trip to the Shrine of St. Anne de Beaupre. St. Anne, of course, was Mary’s mother. She was Jewish. There were several prominent Stars of David in the basilica. We can’t have that, now, can we? Damn Jews are [Read More...]

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/markshea/2003/07/26785.html

A reader asks I’d be curious to know who people’s favorite Catholic poets are. I know Pavel Chichikov, whose work is on my list to read, is frequently mentioned on your site and sometimes comments on things. Who else? Francis Thompson? Gerard Manley Hopkins? Joyce Kilmer? Frederico Garcia Lorca? Living ones? Dead ones? Any thoughts [Read More...]

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Hey! This is my hometown! Born and raised in Everett. Live about a half hour away now. Been by this courthouse a zillion times. Never knew the Ten Commandments thing was a gift of C.B. DeMille. Of course, now some human toothache in need of insensitivity training just can’t help but notice the half-obscured old [Read More...]

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New blog! [Read more...]

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A reader sends along this little laundry list of nettlesome problems with the absolute assurances of WMDs we got Some of them (f’rinstance #15) seem rather petty and dumb to me. But a lot of more them are at least troubling. I’m still willing to believe we were playing connect the dots. But how long [Read More...]

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A reader sez While visiting Acres of Books in Long Beach today, I was happy to find a copy of GK Chesterton’s “St. Francis of Assisi” from the series Doran’s Modern Readers’ Bookshelf, published in 1924. (Acres of Books is a marvelous used bookstore, which you probably guessed but I wanted to make clear.) On [Read More...]

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