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Incensed 1: Is the Modern Church Emasculating?

Join JSB Morse, Ross McKnight, and Eric Robert Morse as they discuss the Church Impotent: Is the Modern Church Emasculating? Ranging from topics such as spiritual types, church architecture, and the differences between men and women, this conversation marks the… Continue Reading →

Melania Trump Had White House Exorcised Before Moving In, US Pastor Says

Pastor Paul Begley on his radio show testified to a ‘spiritual cleansing’ of the White House by Melania Trump before they took residence. Melania Trump, who is the first Catholic first lady to live in the White House since Jacqueline… Continue Reading →

If Kafka Had A Point: A Review of “Blythe” by John E. Kramer

When I read Kafka’s The Castle, I was confused and utterly demoralized. Blythe readers may feel the same thing about 2/5ths of the way through. You’re in a surreal alternative world with typical American teens who become trapped in a… Continue Reading →

Inanimate Object Becomes Racist Overnight

The Wonder Woman Movie We Deserve

Bringing the pages of a comic book to life on screen can be a herculean task, one of which our technology has only recently become capable. Burton’s 1989 “Batman” made do with the limitations of its time and even restored… Continue Reading →

Meanwhile in the “Dark Ages”

The Ash & Shen Show: Pope Francis vs Libertarians

Ash from the Ash & Shen Show interview two of The Libertarian Catholic editors, Eric Robert Morse and JSB Morse in a great exchange about Catholicism and libertarianism, specifically regarding the Pope’s comments on libertarianism. Enjoy!

Know Thy Enemy: The Frankfurt School

If you’re going to win a war for hearts and minds, it’s important to know who you’re fighting. In the case of the war over Western Civilization, the enemy is the Frankfurt School, which with its poisonous fruits of political… Continue Reading →

Miss USA – Gasp – Has a Mind of Her Own

When Kára McCullough dared to think outside the prescribed liberal talking points.

Target’s Ode to Motherhood??

Ugh, really?

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