The Chaplain

I always took Mass for granted. It was something the family did every Sunday morning until dad’s heart exploded. After that, mom could hardly get me and my little brother to attend school on a regular basis, never mind getting us to Sunday Mass. God knows she tried, but as far as I was concerned,

WAR DRUMS

“What do we want? War! When do we want it? Now!” The warmongers are at it again. In 2003, I took a very unpopular stance. I was against the invasion of Iraq. I didn’t believe there were weapons of mass destruction in the country. I felt the Bush administration was being totally ludicrous in guaranteeing

Traitor for the Righties, Zionist pig for the lefties

I’m generally a very open minded person – I never label and judge people by their race, religion, or sexual preference, and by definition that makes me liberal. In the same time, I’m not getting into shading Israel as the one responsible power, causing all the suffering and pain of the Palestinians. I believe there’s