“Your Morning Tradition”- Thurs- August 11th, 2016

Mike & Lisa talk about voting, This Day In History, Guest: Stephen Kokx on the elections and politics. Mike shares an uplifting story about Simone Biles, the U.S.’s Gold Medal gymnast who is a Catholic, Mike & Lisa have a reminder about the events in Oklahoma City on August 15 Please follow and like us:

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“Church & State” with Stephen Kokx (May 27, 2016)

In this “Church & State” episode, Stephen Kokx talks briefly about the European Union and then shares his thoughts on Cdl. Muller’s remarks about the Society of St. Pius X needing to “accept Vatican II” before they are fully “regularized.”

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News Link Roundup: May 6, 2016

After initially having four of its priests give their thoughts on Amoris Laetitia, the SSPX has published an official response to that diabolical document. I’ve been super busy today, so I’ve not had a chance to read much of it. I’m also at a saturation point regarding Amoris Laetitia. So, do me a favor and report back after you’ve read it. And while you’re reading it, think to yourself: I wonder what Archbishop Lefebvre would be saying? Please follow and like us:

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News Link Roundup: May 5, 2016

Two importance articles. Both about social conservatism. Is it dead? I think so. And so does, I think, the blogger at A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics. His essay, “Does Cruz’s defeat mean the end of social conservative influence in the US?” is essential reading. Additionally, the comment box provided these most insightful remarks: Please follow and like us:

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News Link Roundup: May 4, 2016

Bad news for neocons: Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee for President. I’ll speak about what that means and what Trump needs to do in order to win the general election on this Friday’s edition of Church & State. Edgard Portela, a media analyst for the D.C.-based Media Research Center, will be my guest. See his past work here. Be sure to tune in at 11am, 2pm, 6pm or 9pm EST. In the meantime, if you’re looking for analysis of what happened in Indiana, I recommend reading Daniel Larison from The American Conservative (see here). In fact, read everyone at TAC.  Please follow …

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Church & State – April 29, 2016

The importance of cemeteries: Why did Cruz select Carly Fiorina as his running mate? Analyzing Trump’s foreign policy speech Michael Voris, SSPX-Rome relations All content and materials available on this web site are protected by copyrights, trademarks, service marks, patents, trade secrets, or other proprietary rights and laws. Please follow and like us:

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News Link Roundup: May 2, 2016

Target, as you may know, has decided to allow men to use women’s bathrooms. 1.1 million people have pledged to boycott the store for this change in policy. One of those people is Steve Skojec from One Peter Five. Steve’s written about his own Target experience. Read it here. It turns out that Target’s stock price has taken quite a dive, with some claiming the company lost over $2.5 billion dollars. Of course, this will likely bounce back in no time. Rod Dreher from The American Conservative writes, “This country is losing its mind. When are parents going to stand up …

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News Link Roundup: May 1, 2016

Paul Ryan, the current Speaker of the House, will, in all likelihood, be forced to run for President at some point in his life. Of course, that won’t happen any time soon. 2024 is probably when he’ll take his chances. Last week, Ryan gave a speech at Georgetown about poverty and the poor. It was quite good. These sorts of events need to happen more often if the GOP ever wants to shed the image of being the party of millionaires and billionaires. Please follow and like us:

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