The folks over at CNN emailed The Motley Monk the transcript of Jake Tapper’s January 30th interview of President Obama. Among the topics covered was the President’s upcoming trip to Rome which includes a meeting with Pope Francis. The
If you haven’t heard just yet, there is a new political ideology making headway mostly in the online world: neoreaction. A friend of mine, Nicholas Pell, has given the basic rundown of this movement complete with useful introductory links for Taki’s Magazine.
Hattip to cartoonist Michael Ramirez for his brilliant Statue of Bigotry cartoon. A guest post by commenter John By Any Other Name: Father Robert Barron, who no one could credibly call a firebrand, had a post at National Review
Q: How many federal judges does it take to screw in a light bulb? A: One. They hold it and the universe revolves around them. Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-TX)—a former state district judge for the 7th Judicial District and
Here is the State of the Union Speech that will never be delivered: “Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, Distinguished Guests, my fellow Americans. Each year it is a duty of the President to report on the
The Little Sisters of the Poor have won a permanent stay from the US Supreme Court while they pursue their appeal. Ed Morrissey gives us the details: The first Supreme Court stay of the HHS contraception
Bishop Richard J. Malone responds to Governor Andrew Cuomo telling pro-lifers to get out of New York. Read Cuomo’s rant here. One wonders when Governor Cuomo, in the grand tradition of the Democrat party, will begin to refer to pro-lifers
Any American stationed in Vietnam in 1967-1969 will recall Bobbie the Weather Girl, going away the most popular feature of American Forces Vietnam Network broadcasts. Bobbie Keith was an army brat, the daughter of an Army intelligence officer in Vietnam. Twenty years old