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.
Pope Francis hosted 9,000 Rotary Club members at the Vatican this weekend. Rotary is essentially a Masonic group founded in the early 1900s. This is truly diabolical stuff, especially considering Catholics have always been disallowed from joining Rotary. Read more about why that’s the case, here. We live in prophetic times.
In what may be the most absurd news story of the year, the Jewish Anti-Defamation League says Donald Trump’s “America First” theme is anti-semitic. They claim that “America First” has its roots in some sort of political movement in America in the 1930s that despised Jews. Or something. What’s really going on here is that the B’nai B’rith, the Masonic organization that funds the Anti-Defamation League, realizes that a Trump presidency would be devastating to their plans of spreading the heresy of “Westernism” across the globe. To read more on “Westernism” I invite you to check out my essay “Trump vs. the New World Order.” Oh, and read Justin Raimondo’s take on Trump’s powerful foreign policy speech.
Professor Robert Spaemann, a respected Catholic philosopher and close friend of Pope Emeritus Benedict believes Amoris Laetitia will “split the Church” and may lead it “into the direction of a schism.” It’s tough to disagree with his insightful comments.
Michael Matt over at The Remnant has been one of the few voices in Traditional Catholic circles raising concerns about the possibility of a SSPX “regularization.” In February, he said that Rome is trying to “divide and conquer” the Society. In other words, he smells a rat. Now, Matt is questioning some of the claims made by Fr. Franz Schmidberger SSPX in a letter Schmidberger wrote in favor of “regularization.” Matt, unlike the former Superior General of the SSPX, says that he is “less than inclined to play along with the bizarre agenda of the most dangerous pope in history.”
St. Joseph ora pro nobis