I wish I knew where this reflection on this Sunday’s gospel came from in order to give credit to whomever wrote it. I’m going to assume, since I found it in my church’s bulletin, that it came from the USCCB. 417 more words
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On the eve of the much anticipated (and hyped) 2016 Iowa Caucus, I’ve been thinking about how I got the once-in-a-lifetime (for a non-Iowan and non-politico) chance to witness the Iowa Caucus the last go-round in 2012. 1,004 more words
‘Clowns to the left of me, jokers to the right, here I am, stuck in the middle with you…’
World leadership has gone to hell. Clown princes of progressivism have replaced princes of honor, and jokers of the cult-of-personality have replaced Presidents and Popes and people of historically significant virtue. 617 more words
Just a quick update on where we are with Obama’s promised 10,000 Syrians to be admitted to the US in FY 2016. They are off to a slow start diversifying your towns and expanding the Democrat voter base, that is for sure. 215 more words
Happy New Year!
I planned to post more frequently during our Christmas Break, but that did not come to pass. I had an enjoyable couple of weeks reading, sleeping in, getting my 10,000+ steps a day on my new Fitbit, and generally relaxing. 72 more words