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2A: On Saturday, FAUXTUS signed into law the biggest gun control measure in decades. The legislation expands federal background checks for people between 18 to 21, adds incentives for states to adopt so-called red flag laws, expands access to mental health programs, and enhances school security.

CATHOLIC: I saw this graphic appears on Facebook with this comment – “A few years ago there was an amazing Twitter thread started by a pro-choice lady, condescendingly asking pro-lifers what they do to help after birth, followed by an, ‘I’ll wait.’ The pro-lifers showed up in such a big way! It was freaking awesome.”

I’m thinking it’s time for someone to ask, “What do so-called ‘pro-choicers’ do to support choices other than abortion? I’ll wait.”

END TIMES PROPHECY: [3:15] – Valeria Capponi says that, on April 26, 2022, Jesus told her, “In these times marked by wickedness and wars, the only thing you can do for the salvation of my perverse people is and remains only prayer, sacrifice, and penance. Little children, you will never begin to understand the pain that my unbelieving children cause me.”

RAGE: Not the Bee comments, “You want to show up ‘100 deep’ to take on the ‘radical Christian’ country boys? Good luck with that, my man. Those boys have been plinking steel in the woods for their entire lives, and each house is a miniature fortress filled with Second-Amendment goodness.

You know the scene in The Patriot where Mel Gibson is a ghost in the trees, picking off lobsterbacks before they even knew what happened? Imagine what Mel Gibson could do with Level IV plate armor, night vision, and a few mags of .300 Blackout while his buddy hits you with .224 Valkyrie rounds from a ridge line a mile away.

Now multiply that by nearly every home across millions of square miles.”

ROE: [7:18] – Thank God, it’s gone.

S&G: CLICK (or not!) [:53] to see women in Dallas twerking for abortion rights. I guess it’s preferable to arson.

Then there’s this woman who was just very, very angry about the Dobbs decision [:13]. She may need her meds adjusted. Or maybe not. As tweeters noted, she set up the camera and put knee pads on before filming herself having an “uncontrollable rage” attack. It also looks like she rehearsed it a few times, since the dog doesn’t seem to be upset.

TEXAS: [1:53] – May God have mercy on his soul.

VAXXX: Newly FOIA’d emails show that the CDC knew in April 2021 that people were dying of TTS after receiving the J&J jab. They didn’t publish a warning until Dec. 16, 2021, at which point the director of the CDC patted herself on the back for their “commitment to provide real-time scientific information to the American public.”

*TTS refers to Thrombosis with Thrombocytopenia Syndrome, a condition that features low platelet levels combined with blood clots.

GRAMMY NOTES: I started painting whatever random thing came out. Methinks I’m wanting a get away.

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END TIMES PROPHECY: Gisella Cardia says that on April 23, 2022, the Blessed Mother told her, “Soon you will see Jesus with His rays illuminating the world. Welcome Him in all His grace and kneel in reverence. … Cry out to the world before it is too late. … Pray much.”

FBI: A rural Texas couple say that, on June 22, 2022, FBI agents burst through their gate. When the homeowner asked to see a warrant, they threw a flashbang at him, handcuffed them, and trained lasers on them. When he tried to call a neighbor, the FBI ordered them to drop their phones, which were then confiscated. They were split up and questioned about where they were and what they did on Jan. 6, 2020. Hours later, the agents decided it was a case of mistaken identity. Nobody showed a search warrant until the end.

LIFE: So, what Dobbs actually did was return the power to legislate abortion to the states.

There will be legal battles within many states for the foreseeable future as pro-abortion forces seek to destroy protections for the unborn while pro-lifers seek to gain them. So, if Democrats are right that the public overwhelmingly believes abortion should be legal, then they’ve got nothing to worry about, right?

The fact is though that a majority of the public opposes abortion on demand after the first trimester. And when the reality of abortion is shown to people who say they’re pro-choice, they very often do a 180 on the spot.

The situation at the moment is that thirteen states had “trigger laws” that went into effect when Dobbs was decided. In Arkansas, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Utah, these laws went into effect immediately. In North Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas, they’ll go into effect within 30 days, in Wyoming within 5 days.

Four states (Alabama, Arizona, Michigan, West Virginia, Wisconsin) have abortion bans on the books from before Roe that can again be enforced. While Alabama, Arizona, and West Virginia have pro-life attorneys general who will enforce them, Michigan and Wisconsin do not and Michigan’s AG has already vowed to not to enforce the law.

Click the Fox News link below to read ten key quotations from Alito’s opinion.

Click the Not The Bee link to read a good thread by Dr. Strangelove about how the Left should’ve just left us alone.

Click [:23] to hear what a pro-life Hispanic woman thinks of men who are pro-abortion. LOL

RAGE: Speaker “I’m a devout Catholic” Pelosi started her presser by whining, “There’s no point in saying good morning because it certainly is not.” Then she bitched about how this “radical” court returning the people to legislate abortion is “extremism.

FAUXTUS made a ridiculous speech full of lies. CLICK [3:22] for Eric Bolling’s report.

The Department of Homeland Security told Catholic Churches and pregnancy centers to prepare for “extreme violence” that pro-abortion groups are promising.

AOC joined the pro-aborts outside the Supreme Court building, yelling that the court is illegitimate and encouraging people to get “into the streets.” Click [:21].

Maxine Waters said, “To hell with the Supreme Court!” and “We will defy them! You ain’t seen nothin’ yet.” Click [:38]

Pramila Jaypal tweeted, “A friendly reminder that five out of six conservative Justices on the Supreme Court were appointed by Presidents that lost the popular vote.” Ben Rhodes tweeted, “The current SCOTUS majority has an extreme degree of illegitimacy when you consider how it came to be.

Keith Olbermann tweeted, “Again: It has become necessary to dissolve the Supreme Court of the United States. This is no longer a court. It is a Minority imposing its religious beliefs on the Majority: our House of Lords; Superlegislature; Theocracy. Where possible, states must ignore its invalid edicts.

Ana Navarro, CNN’s RINO commentator and co-host on The View, ghoulishly cited her disabled relatives as a reason why she is really angry about the Dobbs decision.

At, Andy Ngo chronicled a violent pro-abortion protest in Los Angeles where literally nothing will change because of the Dobbs decision. There were also violent protests in New York City and Washington, D.C., two other places where literally nothing will change. Not that logic seems to have anything to do with the Left any more (if it ever did).

In Arizona’s capital, state senators held hostage by angry pro-aborts trying to breach security. Senator Kelly Townsend tweeted, “We smell teargas and the children of one of the members are in the office sobbing with fear. I expect a J24 committee to be created immediately.

On Twitter, a whole lot of people have posted calls for violence, including arson and assassination. They’ve even published Justice Thomas’ home address. Twitter hasn’t taken down any of them or closed their accounts.

SCOTUS: Business Insider has a good article about the approximately 253 times in its 233-year history that the Supreme Court has overturned a previous ruling. Some of them are the most famous cases on the books.

For example, Brown v. Board of Education (1954) partially overturned Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) which had allowed racial segregation in public facilities as long as they were “equal,” which of course they never were. I can just hear Nancy Pelosi’s Democrat predecessor whining about that one too.

Then there was Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) that established the federal right to same-sex marriage and overruled the 1972 ruling of Baker v. Nelson (1972). Lefties were all kinds of happy about that one, but I guess the court didn’t become illegitimate or radical until after the Senate confirmed Trump’s nominees. Cuz, you know, TRUMP didn’t win the POPULAR vote.

Never mind that the Constitution they claim gives them the right to abortion (but doesn’t give us the right to bear arms) also dictates that the Presidents of the these United States are decided by electoral not popular votes.

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2A: CLICK [:25] to see what kind of security my hypocritical governor trots around with.

BACK THE BLUE: Seth Kazz posted this on FB – “An elderly woman came into my station today and gave me $3 in change to put on her gas pump. A police officer was standing behind her and happened to hear the amount and saw she was using a cane, struggling to walk back to her car. He went outside and told her to sit in the car as he would pump the gas for her. After a few minutes of getting to know one another he realized she was really struggling and didn’t have any gas or money left. The $3 will only get her so far. He told her to hang tight- came inside and put her another $20 out of his pocket. He went back and finished pumping and she told him her husband had recently passed away and she’s stuck paying all their bills and is behind every month.”

COGNITIVE DISCONNECT: Biden’s FDA said Juul must stop selling its vaping device and its tobacco and menthol flavored cartridges. Those already on the market must be removed, but consumers aren’t restricted from having or using Juul’s products. To stay on the market, companies must show that their e-cigarettes benefit public health.

Meanwhile, Biden’s HHS is still using taxpayer money to provide free drug paraphernalia kits to addicts, allegedly to advance ‘racial equity.’ These kits include crack pipes.

Is it my imagination or is handing out to primarily minority populations the tools needed to consume highly addictive and often lethal drugs not a form of racism? It feels like a Democrat effort to kill off the brown people that Planned Parenthood missed, you know?

COVID-19: Twitter has suspended the account of a doctor who tweeted a link to a published scientific study showing the vaxxx had suppressed sperm counts for three months. Twitter said it doesn’t allow users to spread “misleading and potentially harmful information related to COVID-19.”

I’m not really clear where the “misleading” part comes from, given that it was a peer-reviewed study. But what the hell. The Leftie Overlords surely know what is best, right?

DETRANS: [17:39] – If you have ANY doubt that transing minors is EVIL, watch this. … I just put this up and am looking at the mess the surgeon left after this girl’s mastectomy. YUGE scars and mismatched areolas. It’s almost like the doctor didn’t give a crap … hmmm.

END TIMES PROPHECY: [3:25] – Gisella Cardia says that, on January 18, 2022, the Blessed Mother told her, Keep your lamps filled with oil. Remember: ‘one will be taken and one will be left.’ … Many will have to purify themselves and others will have to remain on Earth in order to continue their own mission. … Do not be tied to the things of the world, but pray for your souls. Go to Mass.”

FAUXTUS: On Thursday, Dementia Joe inadvertently held up a comically detailed cheat sheet prepared by his staff, so we all got to see how bad off he really is.

GUARDIAN ANGELS: [3:11] – One of our angels’ jobs is to guide us, so before talking with someone about anything really serious, ask your guardian angel to speak to the other person’s guardian angel. That way, they can share tips and agree on a strategy. I haven’t tried this (yet), but I’ve heard it works.

The links below go to two excellent articles about angels, including important information about what we can and should not to do with regard to them. E.g., we can ask them to pray for us, to guide us, and to deliver messages for us. But we must never use occult practices, such as ouija boards or “channelers”, to attempt to receive communication from them. Also, we aren’t supposed to try to learn their names or choose names for them.

Angel of God, my Guardian dear, to whom the heavenly Father’s bounty entrusts me here; enlighten me, guard me, guide me, now and forever.

HYPOCRITES: More than 12 minutes of Democrats whining about how Trump didn’t really win the 2016 election [12:29] – Yet, according to these same Democrats and their talking heads in the Slime Stream Media and their J6 Kangaroo Committee, merely questioning the possibility that the November 2020 election might not have been on the up-and-up is a “grave threat to democracy.”

It is such a threat that Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook will deny you your First Amendment rights for talking about it. You could even have agents of the government that allegedly won the November 2020 election storm your doors, haul you off in handcuffs, and throw your sorry butt behind bars, where you may be held, without bail, for months on end, sometimes in solitary and sometimes without even the dignity of running water in your cell.

J6: CLICK [15:15] to hear and see footage taken by Stan Lovins, a devout Christian who was at the Capitol building on January 6th to pray for everybody there and to pray for our country.

MOVIE BUFFS: [:35] – If you’re interested in behind-the-scenes trivia, subscribe to “Scott Prop and Roll.” Scott is a props master who reveals the tricks of his trade in very short, punny videos like this one.

S&G: The Western Journal reports that they reached out to every U.S. senator, asking if there should be a ban on children attending drag shows. Almost all of them either failed to respond or else dodged the question entirely. The sole exception was GOP Sen. Roger Marshall of Kansas, whose response in above.

TRANS: Yes. [8:40] – The video is excellent, but the funnest part is in the comments. A sampling … Glad he is Korean now and can go through the rest of his life being asked if he’s Chinese.” “Now that he’s Korean, he needs to enlist in their military for two years. Do your part as a Korean and protect the motherland as all Korean men do.” “I’m 20 but I feel right down inside I’m a 65 year old who’s been working hard for all his life. I want my pension right now.” “I’m in the wrong body, I’m actually supposed to be in an athletic body with abs.” “I’m glad he identifies as a Korean. Let’s start a petition for Kim Jong-un to grant him a citizenship in North Korea.”

WHERE’S THE PORK? has a new report, highlighting the many ways the U.S government wastes taxpayers’ money, including a $478,188 experiment by Fauci’s NIAID to turn monkeys transgender. The links are below, if you are interested. I’m passing on actually reading any of this stuff; my doctor’s been on my case about my blood pressure.

GRAMMY NOTES: Mama Buzz took this funny picture of Bootz with a giant stick and I turned it into a funny painting of Bootz with a giant squid. She says, “He is absolutely going to love it!


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Today, on the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Feast of the Birth of John the Baptist, SCOTUS overturned Roe vs. Wade.

The Feast of the Birth of John the Baptist is always on June 24th, but the Feast of the Sacred Heart doesn’t usually coincide. It happens each year on the Friday after the second Sunday after Pentecost.

I think it is unspeakably beautiful that the SCOTUS announcement is today. In the Gospel of Luke, we read that the barely pregnant Mother of God went to visit her post-menopausal cousin Elizabeth, who was six months along with her miracle son, who we know as John the Baptist. The moment Mary called out a greeting to Elizabeth, fetus John recognized embryo Jesus as the Messiah. What other evidence does any Christian need to know with certainty that we must protect life from the moment of conception?

Mary Visits Elizabeth. During those days Mary set out and traveled to the hill country in haste to a town of Judah, where she entered the house of Zechariah and greeted Elizabeth. When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the infant leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth, filled with the holy Spirit, cried out in a loud voice and said, “Most blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb. And how does this happen to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? For at the moment the sound of your greeting reached my ears, the infant in my womb leaped for joy. Blessed are you who believed that what was spoken to you by the Lord would be fulfilled.” – Luke 1:39-45 (NABRE)


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Democrats claim to be ALL about supporting women … except when they dump on conservative women. But that’s okay, because we all know that conservative women aren’t real women.

Remember back in 2010, Rep. Janis Baird Sontany (D-TN-3) said of female Republican legislators, “You have to lift their skirts to find out if they are women. You sure can’t find out by how they vote!

I’m pretty sure that would now qualify as a transphobic remark, but she’s no longer in office, so nobody cares. Plus, Democrats don’t get canceled for stuff they said umpteen years ago before the rules all changed the way Republicans do. But I digress. Some twat defended Olbermann’s offensive dismissal of Barrett’s credentials with …

Riiight. Never mind that paralegals don’t even have licensing requirements. “In larger metropolitan areas, it’s quite common for employers to demand that paralegal candidates hold two-year degrees and a post-degree certificate or even four-year degrees in paralegal studies. On the other hand, in small firms outside the major metro areas, a basic entry-level pre-degree undergraduate certificate program might be acceptable for entry-level employment.

And let’s just never mind that Justice Kagan’s career path hasn’t been much different than Barrett’s. Kagan was 50 years old while Barrett was 48 when they became Supremes. They both got their J.D.s at highly respected universities, clerked for two years (Circuit and SCOTUS), worked for private firms for a while, then went into teaching. Kagan also spent some years working as special counsel for then-Senator Biden and then-President Clinton, then later served as Dean of the Harvard Law School.

Barrett’s critics said she wasn’t qualified for the Supreme Court, because she had only been on the bench of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals for three years. But Kagan never served on any bench before being elevated to the highest one in the land. The closest she came was the 15 months she served as Obama’s Solicitor General, during which time, she argued six cases before the Supreme Court. But prior to that, she had never argued a single case in court.

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2A: On Thursday, SCOTUS struck down a 108-year-old New York State gun law that required applicants seeking a concealed carry license to demonstrate a “proper cause” to do so. The vote was 6-3, a number we’ve seen a lot lately in this ideologically-divided court.

COVID-19: Remember when the World Health Organization (WHO) was leading the charge to silence anyone who suggested the ‘rona came from the Wuhan virology lab? Now, they’re admitting not only that it leaked after a catastrophic accident at the Chinese lab, but also that the virus itself was created with the aid of U.S. biotechnology.

END TIMES PROPHECY: [28:40] – I remember thinking, many years ago, “They’ll only find the true site of the Temple when the End Times come.” And here we are.

LAUNDRY: When Leo Robinson, pastor of Good Church in Flint, Michigan, realized his community’s biggest need was a laundromat, he set about converting the basement. “There’s no laundromat in a four-mile radius. Over 75 percent of our people in this area depend on public transportation, so you can only imagine taking all of your clothes, getting on the MTA to go to the laundromat to sit for three or four hours to do your laundry, and then come back on that bus route. That’s taking up most of your day.”

He also noted studies connecting limited access to clean clothes to lowered school attendance. “In our three-mile radius, … all [our] schools are struggling with absenteeism. All of them say a lot of the kids aren’t coming because of their dirty clothes. One counselor said that she takes kids’ clothes home herself to wash them. So I know it’s a big deal.”

Robinson currently has 8 machines, thanks to a donation of four washers and four dryers from Whirlpool, which he calculates will only be enough for 100 families. The need is a lot bigger than that. If you have any spare cash,

LIFE AFTER LIFE: [5:35] – In September 2019, Charlotte Holmes died for 11 minutes. She went to Heaven and Hell, then the Lord sent her back to tell us about it.

MAYRA FLORES [R]: CLICK [9:34] to hear the newest member of Congress take her oath and make a statement. She was born in Mexico and came to the U.S. legally at age 6 with her migrant working parents. She is a Respiratory Care Practitioner who worked on the front lines during the pandemic; her husband is a border patrol agent and they have four children.

If Mayra were a Democrat, the media would be weeping with joy. But she’s not. She is very conservative, so her position as the first female, Mexico-born member of Congress representing a traditionally Democrat district in south Texas is a thorn in their sides. She is a Pro-Life, Pro-Second Amendment, and Pro-Law Enforcement.

PRO-ABORTS: On Sunday, pro-aborts smashed all 11 windows and three glass doors of the Lennon Pregnancy Center in Dearborn Heights, Michigan. They also spray painted pro-abortion graffiti on the wall. I’ve yet to hear any so-called pro-“choice” leaders condemn these attacks on organizations that do nothing but provide choices other than abortion.

PSA: This is a Facebook Short that I think is meant to be funny. But really, it’s just dangerous. I was in the same room with a CRT when it imploded. Thankfully, the electron gun went between the other two people in the room. We found it on the floor about 16′ away; there was a dent in the wall about 10′ up. I’m guessing that between the weight and force, it could have easily killed anyone it hit. The two guys who were close to the thing were not wearing any protective gear, but did happen to wear glasses, so they didn’t get any shards of phosphor coated glass in their eyes. But they had to be treated for phosphor poisoning and were picking glass shards out of their skin for weeks. I was very, very lucky to have been standing directly behind one of them. I suffered only one very tiny scratch on my hair line.

WAIT, WUT? During March, April, and May of this year, the IRS purchased approximately $700,000 worth of ammunition.

WISCONSIN: CLICK [:07] to see pro-abortion protesters swarming the state capitol building to pressure legislators into changing a vote. Don’t hold your breath waiting on any of them to be held without bail for having invaded one of the “sacred spaces of democracy“, cuz … you know why.

GRAMMY NOTES: Most of my paintings go into a binder, but I was so tickled with this little bird, I decided to frame it.


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The Sacrament of Reconciliation

Confession is a critical part of preparing ourselves to meet Our Lord. Sadly, there are many false beliefs that people hold about this beautiful Sacrament. Below are the five most common of these myths debunked.

Myth 1: Confession shows Catholics don’t really believe Christ’s sacrifice was enough.

Truth: This objection usually comes from Protestants who wonder why a person needs any more forgiveness if they’ve already put their faith in Christ. Thus, they see Confession as something separate from and additional to the grace of Jesus.

There are two problems with this objection.

First, the power of Confession depends entirely on the sacrifice of Christ. Christ earned infinite grace on the cross, and the Sacrament of Confession is one important way that grace is applied to an individual. In other words, Confession isn’t a source of grace separate from Christ, it’s an instrument for its application.

Second, this objection usually comes from a misunderstanding of the Christian life. Some Protestants think that after a person’s initial conversion, there is no more additional cooperation and growth in grace needed for salvation. The Catholic Church, on the other hand (following the Bible), teaches that the Christian life is one of continual conversion and growth in holiness by the grace of Christ.

Myth 2: Confession was invented by the Catholic Church and is not in the Bible.

Truth: This might surprise some people, but the core of the Sacrament of Confession is explicitly established by Christ himself in Scripture.

In the Gospel of John, after he has risen from the dead, Jesus appears to his disciples and this happens:

Jesus said to them again, ‘Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, even so I am sending you.’ And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, ‘Receive the Holy Spirit. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you withhold forgiveness from any, it is withheld.” (John 20.21-23)

Right there, Jesus explicitly gives his Apostles the power to give and withhold forgiveness of sins, which is the basis for the Sacrament of Confession. And the Church practiced this from the beginning.

According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the form we use today has not changed since the seventh century.

Myth 3: Confession is optional.

Truth: Confession is definitely not optional for Catholics. It is, in fact, required in two ways.

First, according to the precepts of the Church, all Catholics are required to go to Confession at least once each year.

Second, the Sacrament of Confession (or the desire thereof with perfect contrition), is necessary for salvation for baptized individuals in a state of mortal sin (cf. Council of Trent.)

So the Sacrament of Confession isn’t just a nice optional form of Catholic counseling if you want it. Rather, it is an essential part of being a practicing Catholic and attaining final salvation.

Myth 4: Confession is only for “really bad people.”

Truth: The previous answer to Myth 3 helps to correct this myth. If you are Catholic, you are required to go to Confession once a year anyway.

But most importantly, we are all sinners. As Scripture says, “If we say we have not sinned, we make him [Jesus] a liar, and his word is not in us.” (1 John 1.10) So if you don’t think you need the grace of Christ’s forgiveness, you may need to take a closer look at your spiritual life.

Myth 5: Confession is scary.

Truth: If someone has never gone to Confession, or hasn’t gone in a long time, they might expect that the priest will be shocked by their sins and react in a cruel or harsh way.

The experience of the vast majority of Catholics today attests that the opposite is the case. If anything, most priests are too easy. Priests have heard everything before (sin is common and boring), and they usually respond with some counsel and encouragement and then assign a very light penance (often simply saying a few prayers). Exceptions to this nowadays are rare.

So if you are a baptized Catholic, and haven’t gone to Confession for a while, you should go!


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BORDER: Video clip from Jun 17, 2022 speech Donald Trump at the Faith and Freedom Coalition in Nashville, Tennessee contains a short list of what we believe and why we can not compromise with the morally bankrupt left. [1:40] – CLICK to hear Mayorkas refuse to answer a simple question. “How much money do you need?

CATHOLIC: [1:02] – Sunday, June 19th was the Solemnity of The Body and Blood of Christ. Formerly known as the Feast of Corpus Christ, this is the special holy day when Catholics celebrate the Real Presence of Jesus’ Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity in the bread and wine of Holy Eucharist. It has been celebrated since 1264.

The homilies were supposed to be about the Eucharist. But the congregation at Old St. Patrick’s Church in the Archdiocese of Chicago did not hear any homily. Instead, they heard a “Gospel reflection” given by two homosexual men. And it wasn’t about the Eucharist, but about Pride Month and Father’s Day. The two speakers described as “miracles” their same-sex civil marriage and the adoption of two daughters, comparing those moments to the multiplication of the loaves and fishes in the Gospel reading.

Those men and the priest who set this up are facing some severe chastisement from Our Lord. Millstones come to mind.

EDUCATION: Thomas Sowell talks about one reason our schools are failing to educate. [4:48] – There has been a 9.4% decline in college enrollments since the spring of 2020, affecting private and public colleges, but not conservative religious colleges, many of which have seen record growth.

END TIMES PROPHECY: [3:23] – Gisella Cardia reports that, on June 7, 2022, Our Lady said to her, “My children, the war will continue and will take many countries. Pray for France and Italy; they will be those who will suffer many losses. Pray for America, because a good part of it will be erased. … Pray for those with closed hearts, that they may be saved during the Warning; the times are getting closer and closer. Pray, because even the worst of sinners could be saved before the King of Kings. Children, pay attention. Famine will spread quickly, as will other diseases to come. Children, never trade your soul for a piece of bread. Listen to my words. … Look at the climatic variations. From the strong heat, there will be strong cold. From the tornadoes, it will pass to the strong hail. Get used to the changes, because they will be many.”

HETERONORMATIVITY: Comments on Twitchy – “Do they realize that the word ‘heteronormativity’ is in and of itself a stereotype of the heterosexual community? Can we say that heterophobia is now a thing?

Most of the rainbow community don’t even agree with this, it makes them look bad, and they hate it.

Funny how they are as ‘mainstream as ever’ yet they never shut up about being oppressed and marginalized.”

JAPAN: A Japanese court has ruled that the country’s ban on homosexual marriage is constitutional. Japan is the only G7 country to resist legalizing same sex marriage.

MAINE: In a big win for religious rights, the Supreme Court voted 6–3 that a state tuition assistance program is unconstitutional. Fewer than half of Maine’s 260 school administrative units operate a public secondary school of their own, so the state provides tuition assistance for these students to attend private schools. The program even allows parents to use the money to send their kids to school in a foreign country. But it specifically excluded religious schools. The petitioners said the program violated the Free Exercise Clause and the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, as well as the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. SCOTUS agreed.

NIGERIA: On Sunday, gunmen raided St. Moses Catholic Church and Maranatha Baptist Church, killing three Catholics and kidnapping more than 30 worshippers, most of them Baptists.

More Christians are killed for their faith in Nigeria than in any other country worldwide — at least 4,650 in 2021 and nearly 900 in the first three months of 2022 alone.

At the second link is a video, taken in mid-May, of approximately 50 kidnapped Christians that the Islamists are threatening to kill if they don’t get ransom money from somebody.

A priest told LifeSiteNews, “These things are happening every day, every week, every month, for years since the inception of this government of Muhammadu Buhari. In fact, he [Buhari] is the number one supporter, sponsor, and leader of Islamic terrorism as far as Nigeria is concerned.

S&G: The billionaire Pritzkers of Illinois are using their Hyatt Hotel bucks to try and erase God’s dimorphic definition of sex in favor of Synthetic Sex Identities (SSI).” The Pritzkers donate megabucks to hospitals that, surprise, surprise, offer “gender affirming” castration and mastectomy services. They also donate to educational efforts, from pre-K through college, to promote curricula that affirm their twisted gospel.

CLICK [3:37] to see what kind of filth these people have wrought. “Who gives a s*** if kids are involved.”

The Pritzkers are allied with transhumanists like Martine Rothblatt, creator of SiriusXM Satellite Radio and founder of a new religion called Terasem. Devotees look forward to a future where technology will extend their lives indefinitely. They say, “We are making God as we are implementing technology that is ever more all-knowing, ever-present, all-powerful and beneficent. Geoethical nanotechnology will ultimately connect all consciousness and control the cosmos.”

I remember people spouting nonsense just like this. The Tower of Babel and the launching of the Titanic come to mind. “Pride goeth before the fall” and all that. Cuz God is really not amused by His children flipping the bird at Him.

VAXXX: The study linked below found that the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA COVID-19 vaccines increased the risk of serious adverse events by more than they reduced the risk of COVID-19 hospitalizations.

WISCONSIN: All three Planned Parenthood facilities in Wisconsin have temporarily stopped scheduling abortions past June 25, in anticipation of Roe being overturned. Wisconsin has a law dating back to 1849 banning abortions that Governor Evers is trying to eliminate. If it remain in place, then preborn children will be protected in Wisconsin. However, Planned Parenthood is busy referring patients to abortion-friendly states nearby.

GRAMMY NOTES: A friend’s Golden passed recently. I did this from a photo he put on Facebook. I hope he likes it.

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VAXXX Update

As I reported previously, the FDA and CDC are recommending the Pfizer and Modern vaxxxines for children as young as 6 months old. It beggars belief that they are even discussing vaxxxing kids, who are at near zero risk of getting anything more than a mild case and acquiring lifelong immunity from it.

But the White House and the CDC have both nodded sagely as they recommended the shots and assured us all that severe reactions to the vaxxx are exceedingly rare. So yeah, let’s all jab our babies. Or not.

On Sunday, the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation (VCRF) published a new poll about adverse reactions that, sadly, I found less than sterling. The first problem is the small sample size of only 501 respondents. The gold standard for polls is 1,000 individuals. It’s obvious that Pollfish’s methods are pretty much garbage, since they don’t even report the Margin of Error; good pollsters always include the MOE in their reports. I’m guessing Pollfish hasn’t got a clue what their MOE is.

Problem two is that reliable pollsters randomly select, as much as is practical, from among the population to which they wish to extrapolate. E.g., if they’re interested in voting projections, they will randomly select from among registered voters. Most often, this means they call phone numbers that were randomly selected by a computer program, then talk to the subset of telephone users who also answer their phones and who take the time to answer the survey questions. So, the poll results cannot really be extrapolated to the entire targeted population, but it’s as close as pollsters get most of the time.

By contrast, the VCRF poll wasn’t even close to being a random selection of American adults, because they just troll electronic devices with invitations to participate in their polls. I’d guess VCRF hired Pollfish, because it’s all they could afford.

Problem three is that the poll never asked, “Were you vaccinated?” Yet VCRF went ahead and had the 501 respondents answers adjusted upward, based on the fact that 23% of Americans refused the jab. But I see no reason at all to assume that people who refused the jab would even bother to respond to a poll whose first question is, “Were you injured by the COVID-19 vaccine?” In fact, I have a suspicion that people who were injured, or know and love someone who was injured were more likely to respond than those who have never seen any problems.

Because of problem three, I am reporting the raw results (rounded up or down just for simplicity). VCRF is reporting the higher, stratified results, which you can see at the pdf below. And given problems one and two, you probably need to take even the raw numbers with a grain of salt, albeit a fairly small one.


Q1: Have you or anyone in their household or your extended family been injured by the COVID-19 vaccine? YES 52% vs. NO 48%.

Questions 2 and 3 were answered by the approximately 260 people who answered YES to Question 1.

Q2: Did the injury require a doctor visit, a hospital stay, or both? YES: 89% vs. NO 11%.

Q3: Is the injured person still suffering today? YES 60% vs. NO 40%.

Question 4 was answered by the approximately 156 people who answered YES to Question 3.

Q4: If you answered YES to question 3, how seriously are you still being affected today? Only 17% said the injury was just a “minor annoyance.” The remaining 83% said the injury impacted their personal lives, made it impossible for them to work a full day or at all, and/or probably would shorten their lives. (The poll allowed “check all that apply” and the total number of answers is higher than the number of respondents who said they had been injured.)

Given that politicians and agencies that we know (a) have taken big bucks from Big Pharma and (b) lied to us repeatedly about anything and everything to do with the ‘rona, I’m inclined to believe that these numbers are significant, if only because they exist. Kinda like the VAERS numbers exist.

I mean, they’re telling us that serious adverse reactions are exceedingly rare. But if the percentages are at all valid for the American vaxxxed population, something like 44 million Americans had a reaction bad enough to go see a doctor and/or need hospitalization and 30 million who consider their injury to be somewhat-to-very problematic today.

It would be really easy to dismiss such big numbers, given that the government is saying they don’t exist and the media is refusing to report on them. But if vaxxx injuries really are a big nothingburger, then why do the social media platforms actively censor any discussion of them?

CLICK [1:34:47] to hear seven nurses report on vaxxx injuries among their peers, which they say occurs in about 1 out of 5 cases.

CLICK [6:44] to hear Dr. Robert Malone talk about why it’s only nurses, not doctors, who are speaking out. He suggests that the injuries and deaths may be due to both the ‘rona itself and the jab.

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BIDENFLATION: A new I&I/TIPP poll asked 1,310 adults, “In general, how responsible are President Biden’s policies for causing the current inflation?

The numbers below are Responsible vs. Not Responsible.

Overall: 64% vs. 25%.
Democrats: 53% vs. 39%
Independents: 63% vs. 26%
Republicans: 88% vs. 8%

CHOOSE YOUR TOMORROW BUT START TODAY: Grab a tissue and go read this wonderful tribute to a good dad.

COVID-19: The White House’s COVID-19 response coordinator assured us it’s safe to jab the kiddies, because “there have not been any serious side effects of these vaccines.” Uhhhhhhh … I guess if you don’t count severe allergic reactions, blood clotting, heart inflammation, paralysis, or, you know, death as “serious”, then sure.

END TIMES PROPHECY: The video recounts a message that Luz de Maria says that St. Michael the Archangel gave her on June 12, 2022. The following is a brief summary: Surrender all your works and actions at all times to our King and Lord, Jesus Christ, in reparation for the offenses of humanity and for the salvation of souls. Unite in prayer so that the intensity of the great earthquake that will soon occur at the place where great tectonic plates converge will be diminished. Pray for Argentina, for Chile, for Central America, for the United States, for Japan, for Spain, for France.”

FAUXTUS: On Wednesday, CINO Joe issued an executive order giving the Department of Health and Human Services the lead role in ensuring that minors can undergo “gender transition” surgeries. The order pits the federal government against Republicans such as Florida Gov. DeSantis, who is seeking to ban Medicaid from funding transgender treatments.

You can’t get a tattoo if you’re 12 years old. When they say gender-affirming care, what they mean a lot of times is you are really — you’re castrating a young boy, you’re sterilizing a young girl, you’re doing mastectomies for these very young girls. For these young kids, 80 percent of the cases resolve themselves as they grow up. And so you’re doing things that are permanently altering them, and then they’re not gonna be able to reverse that,” DeSantis said.

J6: Adam Schiff says he has evidence … EVIDENCE, I tell ya … that Donald J. Trump was directly involved in a conspiracy to destroy the United States. Will Schiff show it to us? Well, no. But don’t let his endless, totally debunked lies about Russiagate bother you. THIS time, he swears he’s totes for real.

PRO-ABORT: Jane’s Revenge vandalized a Minnesota Crisis Pregnancy Center for the second time in two weeks.

And pro-abortion activists with Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights gathered outside Justice Barrett’s home to dump baby dolls on the street, while wearing white pants dripping what I hope was fake blood out the crotches.

S&G: The road to Hell. Click the link if you’ve got the stomach for it.

TRUMP: CLICK [1:48] to hear Trump promise to never, ever ride a bicycle. LOL

VAXXX: A new study tracked the fertility of 37 men for five months after they got the Pfizer jab. The averaged results showed a 22% decrease in sperm concentration during the first three months with a return to pre-jab levels by five months.

WHITE MALES: Click to read one young man’s very sharp explanation for why young white males are increasingly identifying as politically conservative.

GRAMMY NOTES: I painted this a while back, but I just got it into a frame. It’s so cool how the frame and mat enhance the three dimensionality, making the flowers seem to come forward and the trees to recede further into the background.


CLICK for dog breed imitations.

CLICK to see revival in prison! Grab a tissue.

CLICK to see an AWESOME football catch!

CLICK for LOL. This reminded me of a girlfriend who had a heavy breather calling her, so she read the Bible to him and he never called again.

CLICK to see “drive anything but a car to school day.”

CLICK to learn what “zoomies” and “sploots” are.

CLICK to see how a chihuahua deals with bullies.

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