Part 2 The previous post highlighted the adverse influence politics has on many of the major institutions of society. The list far from being exhaustive is nevertheless quite alarming and for some, overwhelming. The immensity of what can be perceived as unsurmountable, is part of the strategy tyranny employs to demoralize the populace. The tactic … Continue reading Present Politics is a Cancer: Why Should You Care? 2
Month: April 2021
Present Politics is a Cancer: Why Should You Care? Part 1
PART 1 A recent Wall Street Journal/ NBC poll concluded 80% of Americans feel the country is spiraling out of control. The stunning admission of how an average American view the socio/cultural trajectory of the nation as treacherous, is not an exaggeration in the least. The fear of America’s future is due in large part … Continue reading Present Politics is a Cancer: Why Should You Care? Part 1
Fourth Sunday of Easter-B
Sunday Readings: Acts 4: 8-12 1 Jn 3: 1-2 Jn 10:11-18 The Gospel reading for the Fourth Sunday of Easter is St. John is describing Jesus’ love for his people by using the imagery of the Good Shephard. Because most people do not live an agrarian lifestyle, some of the major elements of St. John’s … Continue reading Fourth Sunday of Easter-B
Nancy, Are Aborted Babies Sacrifices?
In the immediate aftermath of the conviction of Dereck Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, politicians raced to any available microphone they could find and proclaimed Mr. Floyd’s traumatic death was a sacrifice for the cause of social justice and change. One prominent politician, Nancy Pelosi is quoted as saying, “Thank you George Floyd … Continue reading Nancy, Are Aborted Babies Sacrifices?
Fool me once shame on you. . . Fool me twice shame on me…
Bad reporting is one thing, but when the media continually lies about the facts of a story, it is quite another. Yet, the American public is continually subjected to falsehoods masking as the truth through media outlets. If the falsehoods reported were rare, then perhaps one could forgive and even explain away as a “fog … Continue reading Fool me once shame on you. . . Fool me twice shame on me…