December 3, 2021
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When the President Met the Pope

On November 1, All Saints Day, the Catholic News Service reported on President Biden’s visit with Pope Francis. I’ll begin with a background note, then examine what the participants said about the meeting, and, finally, consider what message it sent...

Thoughts on Holy Communion

This past Sunday I walked into the sacristy and informed the priest about to preside at Mass, “If President Biden shows up today for our 9 am Mass, I am sending him to your communion line…” I thought that was funnier than asking if the Cardinal...

Ending the Biden Administration’s Confusion

Biden administration members are confused about a host of issues, and it is incumbent on American citizens to help them overcome this problem and get on with the business of government. This essay is a modest contribution toward that goal. Their...

President Biden’s Foolish Refusal to Learn

If we learn from our experience, we are considered intelligent. If we learn from our experience and other people’s as well, we are considered highly intelligent. If we learn from neither, we are considered stupid. The term is...

Goodbye Logic, R.I.P.

Logic may be defined as a system of thinking that produces reasonable decisions and judgments about problems and issues large and small. In every age and culture it has been valued as the indispensable guide in human affairs. Logic is characterized...

Biden, Transgenderism, Women’s Sports, and Moral Order

In the flurry of executive orders in his first week in office, President Joe Biden issued an order aimed at preventing discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation. As a result of this order the federal government now stands...

Canonizing Joe Biden

Canonizing Joe Biden? I know my Republican friends will think this is a misprint. A week or so ago I would have thought the same thing. I regarded Biden as a man of little competence and less integrity whose most significant “achievement” was using...

Anatomy of a Bizarre Election

The 2020 election results won’t be final until the ballot challenges and court cases are decided, and the process could be long and involved. Given the information available as I write, the odds favor Biden winning and Trump losing. If this proves...