We Laugh Because We Believe

Month March 2012

Yup. This Guy’s in Charge

I know you can argue that this was one moment that might be taken out of context. But I’m in a mood and I don’t care. This guy’s taking White Out to The Constitution. HT The Looking Spoon which has… Continue Reading →

The Big Boy With Big Pipes And A Big Heart

10 Reasons Not to Buy “Style, Sex & Substance”

I have a confession to make. I read Mommy blogs. Lots of them. I do. My brother Pat will have a field day with me on that but I enjoy them. I read Jen, Simcha, Hallie, and Danielle just about… Continue Reading →

Punching Above Our Weight

It is one thing to be a disingenuous patronizing jerk, entirely another to be such a lazy one. This is just so embarrassing.

I Call B.S. on the New York Times

When I was a reporter I’d sometimes hear a reporter come back with an anonymous quote for a story that was just perfect. I mean a perfectly perfect quote from an anonymous source. A source that said exactly what the… Continue Reading →

Mad Men–In A Nutshell

In which a bunch of amoral unlikable people do amoral unlikable stuff set in the 1960’s, a decade in which millions of amoral unlikable people did amoral unlikable stuff. But they’re all good looking…

Fr. John Trigilio Critically Injured

Matt Abbott reports… I first want to ask for prayers for Father John Trigilio, the priest-author and EWTN personality who’s also been a contributor to this column. According to a report, Father Trigilio was critically injured in an automobile accident… Continue Reading →

Something Wicked This Way Comes

My junior year I took a year off of my chemistry studies and went on an adventure.  I spent a year studying English literature, philosophy and Latin at Blackfriars College, a part of University of Oxford.  Academically, I got my… Continue Reading →

Jimma Carter Lectured The Pope

Jimmy Carter be hating on Pope John Paul II. The former president said that he complained to the Pontiff about the Church’s “perpetuation of the subservience of women” while Blessed John Paul II was visiting the US in 1978, and… Continue Reading →

My Son Doesn’t Look Anything Like Trayvon

My son doesn’t look anything like Trayvon Martin, the boy so tragically killed in Florida. My son also doesn’t look anything like George Zimmerman, the man who shot him. Does that mean that I shouldn’t care about either of them… Continue Reading →

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