Anarcho-Tyranny in the Vatican

Those who read me regularly will recognize the term “Anarcho-Tyranny.” In blunt, stark terms it means “Anarchy for me, but Tyranny for thee.” So the BLM rioters who trashed American cities nationwide and killed more than 12 Americans got off with slaps on the wrist, with the future Vice President raising bail money for them. … Read more

Is the Church in America Dying?

“We are a religious people whose institutions presuppose a Supreme Being.” So declared the U.S. Supreme Court in Zorach v. Clauson (1952). In an earlier decision, Rector of Holy Trinity Church v. United States (1892), the Supreme Court said: “[Americans are] a religious people. This is historically true. From the discovery of this continent to … Read more

Is Robert Barron a Bishop of Baal?

Did God punish Elijah for destroying the prophets of Baal, as Bishop Barron suggests? The latest pastoral reflection from Robert Barron might shock the reader, assuming he hasn’t been jaded by the experience of trying to remain Catholic under Francis. In this talk, Bishop Barron (get ready) denounces the prophet Elijah. That’s right. According to … Read more

Politicians Hide Behind Catholic Charities to Welcome Illegals

It’s money laundering. Democratic politicians want to maximize illegal immigration, but they don’t want their fingerprints on it. The remedy: pay so-called charities that will do the work for them. Who’s in on this scam? President Joe Biden, and politicians across the country including New York Gov. Kathy Hochul, Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser, and … Read more

Pastors, You Cannot Remain Silent

If you have accepted God’s calling on your life to serve His people as a shepherd and a leader, then you have my respect. I honor you for your service, and I recognize your sacrifice. Pastoral ministry is anything but easy, and only those who have served as pastoral leaders know the immense pressures you … Read more

A Weary World Rejoices

I suppose it’s a kind of privilege, of the kind one never asks for: We now live in times of an uncanny similitude to the very first Christmas in history. We’re ex-citizens, now subjects, of a once-great and free republic. Wealth, corruption, and luxury bloated it into an empire. We are ruled by a senile … Read more

The Myth of Social Justice Jesus

I want to tell you a story of an ancient sage who changed the world. This wise man fought for justice, championing the cause of the poor and the oppressed. He rejected organized religion, showing tolerance — not judgment — for the outcast and the socially marginalized. He promoted universal love and the brotherhood of … Read more