JSB Morse is a husband, father, and an author, entrepreneur, and philosopher. He's most recently written Paleo Family with his wife. He has written several critically acclaimed novels including the political thriller "Gods of Ruin" and the spiritual fiction "Now and at the Hour of Our Death". He paints, creates web applications, and writes/produces music under the name Whacktus. He lives in New Orleans with his wife Gina Maria and their family.
Mike is a husband and dad who lives in Denton, Texas. He is also a governing member of the ascendant Traditian Order which intends to inject Christian Orthodoxy back into the public square. His essays have appeared at the federalist, aleteia, and churchpop. He can be followed on twitter @laffyjaphy.
Paul is a contributing writer at The Libertarian Catholic, focusing on Christian morality in government. His passions include adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, cryptocurrencies, praying the rosary and exercising his 2nd amendment rights. His idols include St. Thomas More, Ron Paul, Pope Saint Pius X and Tom Woods.
Greg Drobny is a former Army Airborne Infantryman, Psychological Operations Team Chief, political tool, welder, bartender, and failed musician. He holds a bachelor's degree in American History and is (hopefully) almost done with a Master's degree in Organizational Psychology. He is Editor-in-Chief of Unapologetically American and is an Eastern Orthodox Christian with a strong desire for learning and dialogue with Roman Catholics.
Arthur Cleroux is an individualist who balances his idealism with a desire for an honest, logical and objective approach to politics and political issues. Originally Arthur found that his values aligned well with the political right; however as time went on his desire for transparency and honest discourse of ideas in the political realm led him closer and closer to the center of the political spectrum! He found that on either wing there was a strong and dangerous type of “groupthink”, where people supported unnecessary and even bad policies because of a need to conform to the party line. As an individualist with a strong understanding of the importance of what Ayn Rand called “the smallest minority on earth”, the individual; he finds himself falling very closely in line with the ideals of liberty. Arthur is a lot of things but more important than anything he is a father to two amazing children! Caring for them, making sure they know that they are now and always will be loved is his primary goal, and along with that, comes a desire is to raise them to be free thinkers, to question and study the world and why it is the way it is, and to have character and grit to do what is necessary to succeed!
David Bates is a Software Engineer currently living in Seattle. He is a revert and Eastern Catholic. You can read more of his writing at his blog, Restless Pilgrim (RestlessPilgrim.net)
After over a decade in the Air Force flying big helicopters and small airplanes all over the world, Jon decided to slow down and return to his less adventurous roots. He now lives in rural Colorado with his wife and five (soon to be six!) children, and works with his brothers on the family farm, where he's still trying to figure out how to grow hops. He enjoys home brewing beer and non-alcoholic soda, and riding a road bike to balance that calorie consumption.
David is the Senior GIS Analyst for San Diego County's Office of Emergency Services. He is also a Core-Adjunct Earth Science Professor at National University, and former Lecturer for the Environmental and Ocean Sciences Department at the University of San Diego. David is the very lucky husband of Nicole Palomino, and he and Nicole are the ecstatic parents of their beautiful daughter, Giovanna.
One of the leading conservative commentators, Ben Shapiro, questions one of the foremost Catholic apologists. In the fascinating discussion, they delve into cosmology, theology, and a few other ologies. Critics will immediately jump on Bishop Barron’s position that those outside […]
Pope Francis thinks the Church should tweak the translation of the “Our Father” to clear up the confusion around the phrase “lead us not into temptation.” “That is not a good translation,” the pope said in a interview on Wednesday […]
Not completely theologically accurate, but good meme at any rate!