The Child is Born By Hilaire Belloc In the midwinter and the turning of the year to new things, Christendom has fixed the Mass of the Incarnation: of the divine birth, the renewal, the recovery of mankind. Those who sneer at our origins tell us that the long dark Pagan time, which ended in … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
Ghost stories and Christmas seems like an odd mix if we don't fully appreciate the Incarnation for the supernatural event that it was. The telling of ghost stories at Christmas time is actually an age-old tradition that is sadly all but gone. It still lives, albeit on life support, on the BBC. A simple googling … Continue reading Have Yourself a Spooky Christmas?
A Thanksgiving Poem by Paul Laurence Dunbar (1872-1906) The sun hath shed its kindly light, Our harvesting is gladly o’er Our fields have felt no killing blight, Our bins are filled with goodly store. From pestilence, fire, flood, and sword We have been spared by thy decree, And now with humble hearts, O Lord, We come … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
Wow. Just wow. https://youtu.be/3lfwkTsJGYA Project Veritas Fires Back at ABC and Robach's ridiculous response to the hot-mic video.
TRUE PUNDIT has one theory about the hysterics caused by President Trump's decision to pull our troops out of the quagmire of the Middle East. I don't know if it is true. It sure as hell could be, though...
A statue of the holy Virgin Mary was discovered by chance deep in the Indian Ocean by a number of divers who had been searching for the remains of a plane that had disappeared in the area.
At her feet were rose petals that through the law of gravity should have been floating on the surface of the water. The statue is enormous. As can be seen in the video, it is at least double the size of a man.
It is a mystery how the statue ended up there, standing upright deep down on the ocean seabed. If it had fallen from a ship it should have broken into two, or be lying horizontally on the bottom. However, it stands perfectly erect as though placed on an altar, and with no sign of chipping or cracks. Another interesting detail is that by standing in the depth of the ocean…
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Click the BitChute link below to see a short video of yours truly shaking a leg at our parish picnic. My partner, and better dancer, is my lovely editor and dearest friend, Georgette Suskie. https://www.bitchute.com/video/jzf0k98To7Q4/
There are very few things I miss about New York City. The Strand Bookstore numbers high among them. It wold be a crime against bibliophiles if the bookstore went bust because of bureaucratic busy-bodying. https://youtu.be/kZoIlz2y4Cw
“Let’s be joyful and courageous at least in the higher part of our souls, in the midst of the trials the Lord gives us, as The Angel who foretold the Birth of Our Little Savior and Lord, proclaims it singing and sings proclaiming joy, peace and happiness to men of good-will, so that nobody can say … Continue reading A Merry Christmas To All!
Censorship Need Not Become The New Normal!
Now this is worth putting out the call to action for.
USMCA, the purported replacement to NAFTA, includes some provisions that spell bad news for anyone on the Internet with dissenting opinions to those who run the big tech companies.
The excellent Allum Bokhari reports (emphasis mine):
President Trump hailed the trade agreement he signed with Mexico and Canada last week as “great for all our countries.” Perhaps he doesn’t know that the NAFTA-replacing trade agreement, USMCA, gives tech giants in Silicon Valley a special legal privilege to censor his own supporters — and anyone else they find “objectionable.”
Facebook, Twitter, Google, and YouTube all engaged in pre-election censorship against Republicans and Trump supporters. Yet they’ve managed to sneak a liability protection into President Trump’s trade bill that would make it even easier for them to censor their own users.
USMCA entrenches the tech giants’ legal protections under Section…
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