Category: Politics and Society

A Tale of Three Revolutions

Last night I attended a meeting of the Alhambra Historical Society, at which Joyce Amaro, president of the Alhambra Preservation Group, gave a presentation on the formerly Episcopalian chapel of Ss. Simon and Jude and her organisation’s thus far successful … Continue reading

How to Crush the Creepocracy

USA Today has come out with a laundry list of celebrities and pols recently accused of taking advantage of their power for base carnal gratification: “Weinstein aftermath: All the men accused of sexual misconduct.” While the piece is not recommended … Continue reading

Massachusetts Contraception Subsidy Law Abhorrent

Catholic Action League Criticizes Contraception Subsidy Law The Catholic Action League of Massachusetts today denounced the law expanding employer subsidized contraceptive coverage—Chapter 120 of the Acts of 2017—which Governor Charlie Baker signed this afternoon. The legislation will eliminate all remaining co-pays, … Continue reading

Battle of the Statues

As everyone save the most hermit-like will know, these United States are extremely divided just at the moment. At the conclusion of an administration whose most iconic moment was — for this writer, anyway — an executive order penalising public … Continue reading