Per Rodney Pelletier of Church Militant, the head of the Pope's Council of Cardinals Oscar Maradiag has told members of the media that Catholics who are calling for Pope Francis's resignation over the latest US sex abuse scandals are committing the gravest of mortal sins, "a sin against the Holy Spirit." Cardinal Maradiag's charge is... Continue Reading →
This particular video is about three years old, but holds within it some particularly timeless messaging on entrepreneurship, subjective value and regulatory interference. It features Andrew Heaton of Econ Pop, which is a division of the Moving Picture Institute. The Moving picture Institute's mission statement:
That may seem counterintuitive in this the Age of Secularism where the whole of progressivism has been freed from the bondage of God's will and runs lovingly into the embrace of secular relativism, but I promise you that politics and religion are inexorably connected in an eternal battle between collectivism and sovereignty.
The testimony of Viganò contains a number of shattering revelations about the bungled US priest scandals over the last few generations. Among other things, His Excellency Viganò has called for the resignation of Most Holy father Pope Francis.
First, I really like scoping out artistic displays of conservative/libertarian values, and it seems only natural that those examples should be shared with Utopian followers who might enjoy the same things. Second, and this is obviously the primary concern, I'm a lazy blogger who feels dogged by conscience when there's no new content provided to her thousands upon thousands of clamoring followers.
Anyone who has followed my blogging over the years knows that my husband and I are casual gamers. There are a lot of people who would be embarrassed to admit that - like it's something unusual that denotes a personality deficiency or something. Not me. I've been proudly hooked on gaming since Pong. I wouldn't... Continue Reading →
In the grand scheme of things, we can understand that the pope's one mischaracterization of Catholic teaching pales in comparison to the enormity of the predator priest scandal that is destroying thousands of lives, destroying faith, destroying communities and inviting cultural contempt against lay Catholics...
Back when I was a thirty-something and still possessed that singular wisdom and moral authority that goes hand in hand with one's ability to naturally manufacture collagen, I would often denounced the use of cosmetic surgery by women to simulate perpetual youth.