Friday, December 22, 2006


Kwanza Komedy

Click on the post's title. Oh, how politically incorrect of me!

Thursday, December 21, 2006


Still Liberal After All Those Subscription Cancellations

As the circulation numbers for the Los Angeles Times continue to drop, the clueless new "leadership" group at the Times continues its liberal drive. Today's lead story on Bush's press conference of yesterday focused on Bush's admitting that it has been a "tough year" in Iraq. Additionally, the tone of the story is one that liberals have been hammering away over the last couple of years: failure.

A conservative, or, at least, pro-American, paper would have focused on something that the Times buried near the end of the story. The President stated,"This war on terror is the calling of a new generation; it is the calling of our generation…"

It is the calling of our generation. There is a new Navy slogan that puts it a different way - Life, Liberty and the pursuit of all who threaten it.

The Times can thank the First Amendment of its protection from the Navy. But, those of who know better cancelled our subscriptions long ago. If you haven't done so, please call and cancel today.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006


The 1962 Mass of St. Pius V

Click on the posts title for a link to the latest information about the liberalization of the Mass (I know that "liberalization" is an odd word to use here).

The rumored good news that the request need only be 30 parishoners, down from 50, is welcome. I have become so tired of abuses at Mass, it will be wonderful to have the opportunity to go to one that is actually vertically oriented.

I have only two concerns (and I hope the second one is truly just a joke):

1) There are not enough priests who actually know Latin well enough to conduct the Mass;

2) Banal liberal music will be artificially grafted on to these Masses with the intent of destroying the desire of the faithful to ask for them.

Monday, December 11, 2006


The Realists Who Ignore Reality

Check out Mark Steyn's latest on the Iraq Study Group. These old guys have lost touch with reality. Who in their right mind thinks the governments of Syrai and Iran can be trusted?

Monday, December 04, 2006


Michigan is Your Clubhouse Leader

Just as in professional golf, the clubhouse leader is not the leader. We have to wait until everyone finishes the round to see who the leader really is. In the case of college football this year, the leader in the clubhouse for the #2 spot in the BCS championship game was Michigan. But after all the other teams finished their "rounds" the leader for the #2 spot was Florida - the 12-1 SEC Champion.

Sunday, December 03, 2006


Top Ten and the Coaching Debacle

The Coaching Debacle: Blame Pete Carrol for continuing with his junior varsity offensive staff. It's time for him to check his ego, eat some crow, and get Norm back. Of course, I made a similar complaint after last season (and during last season too).

Joke: How many tipped balls does it take to get to Pasadena?
Answer: Two (OSU and UCLA). But the Trojans added several more just make sure.

Top Ten

1) Ohio State
2) Florida
3) Oklahoma
4) Michigan
5) Wisconsin
6) LSU
7) USC
8) Auburn
9) Arkansas
10) Louisville

Friday, December 01, 2006


How to be a Notre Dame Fan

A friend sent this to me on Monday.


Roger, Please RESIGN!

The Archdiocese has agreed to pay 60 million dollars to settle some of the sexual abuse cases that have occurred in Los Angeles.

Why didn't he resign as well today? I can only guess that he thinks his actions have not been criminal. My guess is that he will have to flee to Rome much like the cardinal of Boston had to do.

It's a black day in the archdiocese.


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