The Most Anti-Catholic Political Ad You'll Ever See

Tuesday, October 26, 2010 1:03 AM Comments (198)

A Democrat Party supporting independent non profit group has sent out perhaps THE most anti-Catholic political advertisement I’ve ever seen. Sometimes there’s a little subtlety to anti-Catholic political rhetoric but not this time. This is in your face anti-Catholicism. A postcard was sent out to voters with a photo shopped picture of a Catholic priest wearing a campaign button saying: “Ignore the Poor.”

As you can see the pic takes up nearly the entire length of the postcard. It’s anti-Catholicism is not one point of many. It’s the point.

According to its website “The Minnesota DFL supports and works to enact the ideals and principles of the Democratic Party and strives to sustain the...READ MORE

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The Archbishop of 'Chutzpah'

Sunday, October 24, 2010 10:55 PM Comments (22)

Immigration debate seems to assume, as a pre-requisite,  the suspension of all common sense.

I have for some time marveled at the chutzpah of the Mexican government lecturing the U.S. on how it should handle illegal immigration.

Regardless of where you stand on the political spectrum on the debate over illegal immigration, it is difficult not to be slack-jawed at the Mexican audacity.  Earlier this year, Mexican President Felipe Calderon lectured the U.S. and Arizona on the floor of Congress over our handling of illegal immigration.  Crushing poverty and crime forces millions to flee Mexico, with the tacit approval of their government, and to enter illegally into the U.S.—and they lecture...READ MORE

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Sinead: Jesus Would Burn the $&%@# Vatican To the Ground

Thursday, October 21, 2010 12:20 AM Comments (56)

Sinead O’Connor has long been one of the leading anti-Catholic celebrities of our time. And in our time that takes some doing.

But Sinead really outdid herself in a recent interview. She didn’t just say that the Vatican should be burned to the ground. She said the %$^@#$ Vatican should be burned to the ground. And that if Jesus was around he’d burn it to the ground.

Soooo…Sinead O’Connor believes Jesus is an arsonist. It’s possible I guess this comes from a misinterpretation of Luke which states: “I have come to set the earth on fire, and how I wish it were already blazing!” Hey, maybe she’s a literalist.

But you’ve got to read all of her comments to really appreciate how looney tunes...READ MORE

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Who Is Mark Shea Talking About?

Tuesday, October 19, 2010 2:43 AM Comments (256)

After several posts by Mark Shea on the subject of “conservatism”, I must admit I don’t like those conservative Catholics very much.  Anyway, at least how Mark Shea describes them.  Fortunately, I haven’t met very many who fit Mark’s description.  And I think I would have run into them, for I am a conservative Catholic.

I won’t go point for point with Mark on this as he has so many points it would be rather pointless.  A snippet then.  Mark says things like:

But when alleged conservative Catholics tell me that they would rather get their social teaching from a talking hairdo on FOX than from the bishops, when they tell me that it is “moralistic” not to be willing to put your soul at risk of...READ MORE

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Mother Teresa Zings Hillary Clinton?

Sunday, October 17, 2010 9:45 PM Comments (15)

Abby Johnson, formerly of Planned Parenthood and now an ardent pro-lifer, tells a crowd of pro-lifers what she believes Mother Teresa said to Hillary Clinton over lunch years ago. It’s a heck of a zinger if it’s true. Here’s the video:

I would’ve loved to have seen the look on Hillary’s face.

This is one of those stories that almost feels too good to check. But after I did a little Googling the first time I can see it relayed was by former pro-life congressman Steve Chabot . I’ve also seen Shawn Carney of 40 Days for Life mentioning it but nobody before Chabot.

Anyone have any corroboration on this story? I’d love for it to be true.

(I don’t mean this to be a gotcha’ thing at all. I...READ MORE

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The Catholic Or The Commie?

Thursday, October 14, 2010 9:54 AM Comments (26)

Well the debate between Senate candidates O’Donnell and Coons happened last night in Delaware wherein took place this little exchange.

“I would argue that more people would support my Catholic beliefs than his Marxist beliefs.”  I hope that is true, although since I live in New York, I am not entirely sure that is true.

That said, I think it is entirely fair to call a Marxist a Marxist.  Why this is sometimes considered name calling I don’t know.  Things are labeled for a reason.  When a guy says he was inspired to become a Democrat by his Marxist professor, I think it is entirely fair.

Now to the evolution bit.

I actually liked elements of her answer about evolution.  The relevant...READ MORE

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Anti-Baby Science

Tuesday, October 12, 2010 12:13 AM Comments (14)

Global warming alarmist types are in a dither, according to a study in The Scientific American entitled “Will Birth Control Solve Climate Change?”

The Chicken Littles are desperate to stop babies from being born but aren’t sure of the best way to do it. They’re wary of seeing people raised out of poverty because the spread of wealth usually means more carbon emissions - which they don’t like. But increased wealth also typically leads to highly educated women which usually leads to a lower birth rate -which they like very much. So carbon crazies don’t know whether to root for poverty stricken dumb people or wealthy ones who don’t reproduce and retire early. One thing they all agree on...READ MORE

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Blessed Are The Piece Makers?

Monday, October 11, 2010 2:02 AM Comments (48)

Bad.  Shouldn’t do things like this.  Bad.  Not Funny.

Ok, maybe a little funny.

I can see the comments now.  “Patrick, are you advocating violence and vandalism?”

As a general rule, no.

It is a long drive from Kalispell, Montana to Denver.  690 miles to be exact.  That is a lot of time in the car to think about the reason for your trip.  If you are going to get in your car to to drive 690 miles, you better have a good reason for your trip.  Kathleen Lorie Folden thought she had one.

Kathleen heard of an “art” exhibit in Denver.  This piece of ... ummm…“art” depicted Jesus engaged in a homosexual act.  Kathleen thought to herself (I am mind paraphrasing here) “Oh no you didn’t.  Not...READ MORE

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Matt Archbold graduated from Saint Joseph's University in 1995. He is a former journalist who left the newspaper business to raise his five children. He writes for the Creative Minority Report.

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Patrick Archbold is co-founder of Creative Minority Report, a Catholic website that puts a refreshing spin on the intersection of religion, culture, and politics. When not writing, Patrick is director of information technology at a large international logistics company. Patrick, his wife Terri, and their five children reside in Long Island, N.Y.