July 8, 2014, Article and Update

July 8, 2014, Feast of Saint Elizabeth of Portugal:

Arguing Over the Inarguable is a much-delayed commentary on the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States of America last week. The writing of the commentary was delayed by the handiwork of the hacker (whose last hacking took place from the vicinity of Alameda, California, confirming my beliefs about the person who is ultimately responsible for directing this activity) and was delayed further last night as I neared the completion of my work by the malfunctioning of my horrific, terrible, fake, phone, fraud Acer notebook computer’s keyboard. This forced me to drive some distance to an office store to purchase a keyboard, which sits precariously on the arm of a chair as look at the computer screen on a folding table to my right. Not the most optimal conditions, especially considering the computer’s tendency to eat text as one is writing, something I have discovered from an online search is a common but completely unadvertised feature of the Acer notebook computer. All to thee, Blessed Mother. All to thy Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart.  Jesus, Mary and Joseph, I love you. Save souls. Penance is better than ever in 2014. (I know better than to make a public appeal for non-tax-deductible gifts to help fund the purchase of a new computer!)

Every effort was made to duplicate parts of the article that got erased last night as I was typing. I will, though, do a follow-up commentary in a day or two to elaborate on a few points and to provide something of a thumbnail history of the Federal government’s funding of the anti-family agenda and how even true bishops, including Francis Cardinal Spellman and Archbishop Richard Cushing (who has made a “cardinal” by “Saint John XXIII), and the phony “bishops” who succeeded them have served as water boys for this agenda at almost every turn.

As I have been noting, I do have other work to complete that will make the posting of articles on this site less frequent. Again, there will be commentaries from time to time, and I might find it a better and more efficient use of my time to record video commentaries (that would be recorded via audio means as well) on occasion. Thank you for your patience.

Finally, please do join us in praying for Bishop Robert F. McKenna, O.P., on his eighty-seventh birthday today, July 8, 2014.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Elizabeth of Portugal, pray for us.