The 2020 Rosary Crusade Against Marxism

While the world is focused on the Wuhan Virus (COVID-19), something more insidious is taking root beneath the surface. It’s an old enemy, and a familiar one, but new life is being breathed back into its body. That enemy is Marxism. When I say Marxism, I’m speaking of both communism and socialism, two wicked manifestations... Continue Reading →

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Could State Secession Happen Today?

Secession of the states has been a recurring issue, not just in American politics, but in international politics as well. Recently, we witnessed the secession of the UK from the EU in what was called the #Brexit. Prior to that, there was a failed (but totally legal) secession attempt of Scotland from the UK. There... Continue Reading →

The Only Way Forward Now

A Faithful Catholic Family at Mass This essay builds on the logical conclusion that naturally follows my two previous essays on the current state of affairs in American society and the abysmal state of affairs in the Catholic Church. It's based on realism, not idealism, digesting the data as is, without relying on some pie-in-the-sky... Continue Reading →

How many Catholics are Faithful?

The Holy Eucharist being Adored by the Faithful Religion demographic polls treat Catholicism like a monolith, as if all Catholics are the same, while they break down Protestantism in detail based on beliefs and social positions. The truth, however, is that Catholicism in America is not nearly as unified as the typical demographers would have... Continue Reading →

How to Stop the Civil Unrest

A monument to Saint Junipero Serra was destroyed by rioting iconoclasts in San Francisco on June 19, 2020. Video recording can be viewed here. The first thing we need to understand about these #BlackLivesMatter protests and riots is that they were years in the making. The second thing we need to understand is that they're... Continue Reading →

The Book of Revelation – Introduction

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, an 1887 painting by Viktor Vasnetsov I have spent my entire adult life looking for the truth about God, the Bible, Jesus Christ and Christianity. The first decade was spent wandering through a sea of chaotic spirituality, rummaging through various Evangelical churches and mainline Protestant denominations. I even briefly delved... Continue Reading →

Building an Ownership Economy

There are really only two paths in economics: Moral & Amoral. There are really only two paths in economics: Moral and Amoral. That's it. Either economies are governed by a system of morals, or they're not. That's all there is to it. Basically, economics is just morality (or lack thereof) by another name. There's really... Continue Reading →

The Plan

Rioters Burn Cars and Buildings in Minneapolis In recent weeks we've seen a remarkable Marxist coup unfold before our eyes. What began as a credible public-health threat from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus, has been hijacked into an attempt by Marxist leaders around the world to seize control of the people, business and economies... Continue Reading →

Is the Catholic Church Strict?

The confession, Painted by Giuseppe Molteni, 1838 I live in the Bible Belt, and I recently had a Baptist ask me if the Catholic Church is as strict as his church. I told him that all depends on what you mean by "strict." He elaborated by telling me that at his Baptist church, nobody is... Continue Reading →

In Defense of Distributism

Small Business is Beautiful Something very strange is happening in the world of traditional Catholicism, and I think I know where it’s coming from, but rather than point fingers, I'm just going to explain myself and my position for what it is. Let me finish, then call me what you like. Some very prominent traditional... Continue Reading →

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