Donald R. McClarey

March 6, 1836: Victory in Death

      Thermopylae had her messenger of defeat-the Alamo had none. Thomas Jefferson Green     One hundred and eighty-four years ago the Alamo fell.  The defenders had achieved victory in death, giving thirteen precious days in which Texan

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Donald R. McClarey

Hail Mary Full of Grace

  James Megellas, one hundred and three and still kicking, the most decorated officer in the history of the 82nd Airborne, reminds us that in a tight spot the Blessed Virgin is our best friend. The President of the United

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Donald R. McClarey

Sockpuppet Joe

The fact that Joe Biden is mentally deteriorating might be a WAD rather than A Bug for the Deep State forces behind him as the ever astute Christopher Johnson at Midwest Conservative Journal explains: Take this to the bank.  The

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Donald R. McClarey

How Weird Will This Campaign Get?

Pretty weird.  I don’t think much of the would be King Log, but I do admire the way his better half, Jill Biden, swung into action to save him from radical vegans.  He will be getting Secret Service protection now,

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Donald R. McClarey

We Could Do Worse

  News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee: ACME LABS—Two genetically enhanced laboratory mice, Pinky and the Brain, announced Friday their 2020 presidential run. The mice have been engineered to think and speak, though the experimentation seems to

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Cadroe

March 6 St. Cadroe, Confessor HE was a noble Scotsman, son of count (or rather laird) Fokerstrach, and travelling into France, he took the monastic habit at Saint Bennet’s on the Loire. He afterwards reformed the monastery of St. Clement,

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