A Debate to Start Your Week
Drs. Sam Rocha and Carson Holloway debate the merits of having a decent, competent human being or a traitorous sociopathic criminal moron as President: I
Some Joyful Noise for a Saturday
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the “Rutabaga Boogie”! I would have given you something else, but… you know… rutabagas can’t be rutachoosas: You’re welcome!
And Again, Phil Vischer and Co. Get It
He is making these for his fellow Evangelicals, but much of what he has to say is perfectly applicable to conservative Catholics as well: The
The Pope and Civil Unions
Well. This pope continues to amaze! Yesterday, in a really startling development of prudential judgment (not doctrine) for the Church, the Holy Father made a
I love doing podcasts!
A couple of weeks ago, I sat down with Dr. Brett Salkeld and Deacon Eric Gurash, who live away up there in Saskatchewan, and recorded
Signs of Hope: Catholic Polling Data and Jeannie Gaffigan
Here is something that genuinely took me by surprise: Not so fast: The political preferences of observant Catholics may not be what you think Would