The Scandal at Notre Dame

March 23, 2009

By now I'm sure many of you have heard about the University of Notre Dame's recent example of extremely poor judgment (to put it mildly). It was announced on Friday that President Barack Obama will be giving the commencement speech at this year's graduation, and awarded an honorary degree. While on the one hand it's […]

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Praying for Life

January 21, 2009

Yesterday, we witnessed history with the inauguration of President Obama. It was objectively exciting to see, ignoring the problems I have with Obama, and in some respects it was a great moment for our country. However, it seems that unfortunately he will lose no time in reversing the "Mexico City policy" which was first instated […]

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Why We're Voting For Obama

October 29, 2008

As a store we haven't really taken sides in this election apart from a couple of posts here , here and here and my daughter's endorsement of Chuck Norris. So, we figured it was about time to say something about the upcoming election. This was going to be a video but time constraints and missing […]

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I Couldn't Even Watch Five Minutes of the Debate

October 7, 2008

After the third time McCain mentioned how he works across the aisle with Feingold (to restrict First Ammendment rights) and Kennedy (to massively increase funding of our failing public education system) I turned off the debate. The only way he could try harder to lose would be to come right out and tell conservatives to […]

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Our Pastor Got Arrested!?

August 28, 2008

Actually, no. The still from the You Tube video of thirteen pro-life protesters, including two priests, who did get arrested at the Democratic National Convention just happens to show our pastor, Fr. Tom in the midst of the group right before the arrests. He was actually giving them a blessing. The police in Denver have […]

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Whoever Wins... We Lose

May 13, 2008

What happens when my general manager doesn't have enough to do.

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