revolutionising education

 Education teaches you to think critically and once you got that happening, atheism is the natural conclusion. I’ve just been reading a really thoughtful post about religion and education. I agree with everything… Continue reading

social safety nets

Give a man a welfare check, a free cell phone, free internet, cash for his clunker, food stamps, section 8 housing, Medicaid, ninety-nine weeks of free unemployment, and he will vote Democrat the… Continue reading

atheism is bad

Humanity did more politically motivated killing in the 20th century under atheistic regimes than in the previous 19 centuries combined. In a conversation stemming from my recent post about the blood lust of the… Continue reading

confusing labels

There’s much to be made of the ‘pro-life’ and ‘pro-choice’ handy-sized labels that tell us nothing of the actual issues. I was surprised to find an anti-abortion cartoon playing on these labels to be… Continue reading

a bloody mess

The illustrious Tradition of the Church, which includes the likes of Augustine, Aquinas, and Teresa of Avila …. In my current little corner of the world there are a few odd religions taking… Continue reading

paranoia raises its ugly head again

Recently, a newspaper in New York published the names and addresses of people who owned firearms in certain local counties. Ostensibly, it was to promote public safety.  Maybe that was the intention, but… Continue reading

the significance of anatomical gender

… if you could kindly point me to those more experienced, and I’m supposing more knowledgeable, people who have reasonably proven that three and four-year-old children commonly raise, and moreover have the ability to… Continue reading

the abstinence myth – adolescents vs priests

Zero percent of those who abstain will be pregnant. I know it’s not a popular thing to admit in certain circles, but I am an animal. And I have lots in common with… Continue reading

sins of the children

From the observation of over a 100 babies and children you couldn’t convince me in a million years that we don’t have sin nature – go work in the nursery at church for… Continue reading

comment of the month

In response to some kind words uttered by the man who is now the new Catholic Pope, I did a short post on abortion yesterday.  I got the usual dig in about the… Continue reading