Thursday, June 18, 2015

ABC revisits the golden era, and more


  • Fr. Mitchican: The good wall. “Catholic doctrine and discipline may be walls; but they are the walls of a playground,” wrote G.K. Chesterton.
  • The opportunity for a globo-equalist ruling class false flag. Roissy read my mind about the Charleston story.
  • Fr. Rutler: Mixing up the sciences of heaven and earth. Pope Francis’ encyclical on the ecology of the earth is adventurously laden with promise and peril. Contrary to this news cycle, he did not come up with the notion of good stewardship of God's creation for Christians (once boring old conservation) nor that there are more sins than sexual ones.
  • "The Astronaut Wives' Club." Of course I'm watching. ABC's trying again to cash in on "Mad Men." ("Pan Am" was their first go.) Thanks to that show's unintended effect: America misses its golden era. Great costumes and props, beautiful women, wooden acting from them, and dumb expository dialogue. "Mad Men" minus about 30 IQ points. I know the real story of course; The Right Stuff retells it well.

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