How to Escape the Influence of Bad Bishops

Ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, formally the most powerful cleric in the United States, was well known for his two-faced approach to Church politics. He turned out to be a homosexual and a pederast, having molested multiple teenage boys, McCarrick was eventually laicized (defrocked) in 2019. As a Practicing and Faithful Catholic blogger, I get some interesting... Continue Reading →

Weathering the Coming Storm

Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee, Ludolf Bakhuizen, circa 1695 No matter how you look at it, and no matter how things play out in the months and years ahead, the storm we've all been waiting for has arrived. Things are about to get very difficult for Faithful and Practicing Catholics in... Continue Reading →

Election Day Postmortem

By now, most of you have seen the election results from last night, and you're still wondering who the next president will be. The mainstream media says it may be three whole days before we know what the vote count really is, and weeks before the litigation is settled. In spite of all that, however,... Continue Reading →

We Need a Convention of States

States in Green have already passed a COS resolution. States in Yellow have passed a COS resolution in one legislative chamber. States in Blue have legislation in the works. As of today, conventional wisdom is predicting more civil unrest in the days ahead, along with a spike in COVID-19 over the fall and winter, accompanied... 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 →

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 →

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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