Donald R. McClarey

Tech Tyranny

  The latest from Project Veritas:   (New York) – Project Veritas has obtained a newly leaked document from Google that appears to show a Google employee and member of Google “transparency-and-ethics” group calling conservative and libertarian commentators, including Dennis Prager

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Donald R. McClarey

Who Knew that Internet Hitler Works for Google?

Go here to see his reaction to the Project Veritas exposure of Google’s plan to rig the 2020 Presidential election.  In real world Ted Cruz grilling a Google exec yesterday.      

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Donald R. McClarey

Catholics in the American Revolution

    Nor, perchance did the fact which We now recall take place without some design of divine Providence. Precisely at the epoch when the American colonies, having, with Catholic aid, achieved liberty and independence, coalesced into a constitutional Republic

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Marie Magdalen Fontaine

Listen, Christians! We are the last victims. The persecution is going to stop. The altars of Jesus will rise again in glory!      Saint Marie Magdalen Fontaine-Prediction she made before she was executed on June 26, 1794.  Robespierre fell

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Donald R. McClarey

The Book of Books

Ah, the Bible, if only it were read as often as it is acclaimed,by Christians.  It offers all the types of literature known to Man, from historical texts, to poetry, short stories, songs, letters, and so much more.  It has

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: McCarrick

Some observers are puzzled by this:   One year after credible allegations of sex abuse of a minor led to his public disgrace, the 88-year-old Theodore McCarrick is no longer a cardinal of the Catholic Church, no longer an archbishop,

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Donald R. McClarey

Parable

News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:   NEW YORK, NY—Greg Klein was walking home when he saw an injured man on the side of the road. Much like the good Samaritan in Jesus’s parable, Klein acted swiftly.

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