There is no right to protest at a funeral

The Supreme Court made a foolish decision today, ruling 8-1 that hateful protesters have a right to protest at military funerals. The protesters hail from the Westboro Baptist Church, a name that is only 33% accurate. At issue is whether these so-called Christians can protest military funerals with signs like “God hates fags” and “Thank God for dead soldiers.”  Writing for... More

Frontline Faith, bringing consolation to our soldiers overseas

I thought this was a perfect video to post on Christmas Eve, to remind us to pray for those who, because of their service to our country, will not be able to spend Christmas with their loved ones. More information about Frontline Faith, Military Ministry and Adopt-a-Chaplain can be found in the accompanying article (fair warning – I have not had a chance to examine the work of these initia... More
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Antonio Martinez becomes Muhammad Hussain, then tries to blow up military recruiting station.

I wasn’t going to post anything until details were released, but it’s not like it was a stretch to presume this would be the case. An American, Antonio Martinez, a recent convert to Islam who now goes by Muhammed Hussain, tried to blow up a military recruiting center in the Baltimore area. The only reason he didn’t succeed is because the people who supplied the “bomb”... More

Thank you, veterans.

Marine Corps birthday yesterday, Veterans Day today. If they are able to accept our thanks today veterans did not make the final sacrifice of their lives in defense of our freedoms, but while “some gave all, all gave some.”  Each veteran was altered by their service, physically and emotionally. Each gave something of himself that he couldn’t get back. It is for that self gift th... More

Archbishop Hannan: Living History

YouTube is one of those websites that can be a double-edged sword, you can either waste a lot of time on some of the stupidest visual creations or you can find little treasures. One such treasure I recently found was an interview with the Archbishop emeritus of New Orleans, Phillip Hannan. Archbishop Hannan served as a chaplain with the 82nd Airborne Division in World War II. He preached the eulog... More
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