Tag Archives: Sin Makes You Stupid

“And When Cardinal Kasper Lied At The Synod, I Stopped Listening To Him At All.”

That’s a direct quote from me, Joe Six-Pack, USMC. 

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Sanity Check: Is Gendercide De Facto Law in Great Britain?

It would seem so. By gendercide, I mean sex-selection abortion, as generally the feminine sex comes out on the short end of the stick.

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Joe Six-Pack Unpacks Pope Francis’s Interview (Part I) UPDATED

“I do not know what might be the most fitting description….I am a sinner. This is the most accurate definition. It is not a figure of speech, a literary genre. I am a sinner.” Pope Francis’s candid answer to the … Continue reading

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That Twilight Zone Moment When The IRS Agent Asks You For The Content Of Your Group Member’s Prayers

That’s when you break out your pocket copy of the Constitution, read the agents of the Eye of Sauron the First Amendment, inform them that the interview is concluded, and walk the hell out. Next step? Call your attorney, and … Continue reading

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If This Happened In My Diocese, The Bishop Would Know My Eye Color Down to the Flecks…UPDATED

He would see them up close and personal when I asked questions like, “Isn’t there an abbot in a remote monastery who needs a permanent dishwasher in the scullery for work while said dishwasher is not praying the Divine Office? … Continue reading

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When You Worship the Orgasm, Is Celibacy a Sin? (Tales from the MSM Catechism) UPDATED

Well that’s a no-brainer, citizen of the world. You betcha! When The Orgasm is held in It’s rightful place (the center of our being), to forgo having them isn’t just weird, it’s downright sinful.

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Rebecca Hamilton On How We Become Monsters…

  If this post doesn’t cut you to the quick, nothing will. Put on the shoes of the other side, and recall clearly where consequentialism leads, and how if we let it, it will damn us all to Hell.

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