U. S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, 64 – Massachusetts Democrat Ms. Warren is another influencial radical, second-wave feminist who thrives on irrational lies and is incapable of connecting-the-dots in order to determine the falsehoods that underpin her bizarre assumptions. And the reason? She has adopted the Marxist infused ideology of radical, second-wave feminism, as her bible. Radical, second-wave … Continue reading
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Current EVEntS – Episcopal Rev. Canon Gina Gilland Campbell COVERS Iconography To Enable 1st MUSLIM “Prayer Session” in Christian National Cathedral!
Here is yet another influential, radical, second-wave feminist who is out to redefine Christianity according to her own “liberated” views. But, alarmingly, she has been allowed to do her dirty work from within a Christian church. And worse yet, from within one of America’s most celebrated, and revered, Christian cathedrals! The Cathedral Church of St. Peter … Continue reading
Admirable Women – Marina Krim is Rescued from the Brink of Insanity by Her 3-year-old Daughter Nessie
Marina Krim, 37, her husband Kevin, 38, and their three children moved from California to New York City in order to follow her husband’s advancing career, as senior vice president and general manager of CNBC Digital. They moved into a beautiful pre-war apartment on the Upper West Side and were living the American Dream when … Continue reading
Good Guys – Monsignor Cormac Burke – The Synod on the Family – the Family’s 50 Year Disintegration
Msgr. Burke was born in Sligo, Ireland in 1927. He attended the National University of Ireland, receiving a Master of Arts in Modern Languages. He then attended The Honorable Society of King’s Inns, which is Ireland’s oldest school of law. It was founded in 1541 under a lease from King Henry VIII. Rev. Burke went … Continue reading
Longform Essay – When You Lose a Parent, a Part of You Dies with Them
My Dad died recently. And, yes, he died peacefully. And, yes, he was 92. And, yes, he’s in a “better place.” And, yes, he was ready to go. But, how do you fill the void in your life, the hole in your heart, the chair at your table and the pit in your stomach? I’m … Continue reading
Longform Essay – Why Do Christian Men Work So Hard?
The Holy Bible Well, the short answer is that according to the Bible, God specifically created man to have dominion over the earth and, “by the sweat of your brow”, protect and provide for both the earth and his family. The long answer is that working for the benefit of others, gives Christian men a … Continue reading
Longform Essay – Why Does the False Pretext of “Equality” Diminish, Rather Than Increase, the Value of Women?
When the non-Christian, radical, second-wave feminists, including Betty Friedan, Gloria Steinem, Bella Abzug and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, invented the need for “equality” between the sexes, in the late 1960s and early 1970s, they were NOT the least bit interested in attaining full “equality” for women, but rather were more interested in seeking vengeful inequality for … Continue reading
Good Guys – News 12-TV NJ Reporter Sean Bergin Rightfully Blames Fatherlessness for Inner City Crime and Gets Suspended from his Job
After more than 50 years of social justice, I thought we, as Americans, had attained the ideal utopian paradise defined by a “color-blind” society. Guess not, because once again, the road to color-blindness shows itself to run in only one direction. If there was ever a need for the truth, it is with regards to the … Continue reading
Current EVEntS – Radical, Third-Wave Feminist High Priestess Jessica Valenti Proposes Public Orgy in Hobby Lobby Stores
Ms. Valenti is supposed to be this hard-nosed, radical, third-wave feminist. But, as we all know, appearances may be deceiving. In reality, she is a totally conflicted, irrational, and completely irreconcilable fraud, or in other words, a typical “liberated” female, unable to make a commitment to anyone, not even herself. Valenti attributes her involvement with radical feminism to … Continue reading
Longform Essay – What’s Best for the Children?
At times, the magnitude of America’s social ills seems overwhelming. The “do-gooder” advocates claim there is never enough time to address all of the issues and the political pundits claim we must just accept this depleted state of affairs as the new normal, and just throw more taxpayer money at them. I disagree with both. If … Continue reading