h/t The Gateway Pundit
There’s a need to share and expound on this lunacy.
Liberal legal authorities are on a roll lately, and there seems to be a theme to their madness: Motivation. Intent. Bias.
A recent Supreme Court ruling, supported by all the progressive judges plus (as usual) Judge Anthony Kennedy, overturned a very long-standing principle of jurisprudence–a centuries old principle–thus opening a can of worms so large that even Kong would be hard pressed to defeat its denizens.
I don’t know about you, but I’m hoping for a lot of change in the “popular culture” over the next few years. Hoping, but not convinced that it will happen–the phonies and hypocrites among us are too fond of their special snowflake identities.
Vanity Fair published an article recently about “the Vatican Exorcist,” a priest by the name of Father Gabriele Amorth. The article is fascinating, the more so because it was written by William Friedkin, director of the 1973 movie The Exorcist. Having never seen an actual exorcist at work, Friedkin sought out Father Amorth to bear witness to his work.
Late last year, in response to the increasing number of Muslim jihadist terror attacks across the world and the millions of “Syrian refugees” flooding into and overwhelming Europe, Presidential Candidate Donald Trump suggested that the U.S. stop Muslims from entering our country until there’s a sufficient method to screen terrorists from welcome, legal immigrants, or innocent tourists and students.
A person seeking rhetorical affirmation asks a question, usually in a sarcastic manner, to which the obvious answer must be yes. Familiar examples abound:
Does a bear sh*t in the woods?
Is the sun hot?
Is the ocean salty?
Pope Francis has released a document that’s causing quite a stir in the media. Here’s one reporter’s interpretation:
Pope Francis put his shoulder to the doors of the Catholic Church and shoved them open a little wider Friday, calling for the church to be more tolerant in practice while not changing any official doctrines.