I recently watched the Man with No Name trilogy–also known as the Dollars trilogy–starring Cling Eastwood. This series originally came out when I was a baby (pre- and post-born), and if my parents took me to it when it was in theaters, I have no memory of it. What I do remember is my dad's […]
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In my previous postwe talked about whether anti-Catholicism is the last socially acceptable prejudice remaining in America, as is often claimed. We saw that, while what counts as “socially acceptable” can be debated, there are a number of easily namable prejudices that are quite acceptable in America, including prejudices against conservative Protestants (Evangelicals and Fundamentalists), […]
No, not the one you're thinking of. A different one. You see, recently John Zmirak, Elizabeth Scalia (the Anchoress), Eric Metaxas, Peter Kreeft, Robert Spencer, Dwight Longenecker, Eric Brende, George Rutler, Donna Steichen, John Keck, Mark Shea, Jeffrey Tucker, John Zulhsdorf, and I were sitting around the pool shooting the breeze and talking about how […]
You sometimes hear Catholics express the opinion that anti-Catholicism is the last remaining socially acceptable prejudice in America. For example, in a recent piece defending Archbishop Dolan, James Farrell of Irish Central writes: Archbishop Timothy Dolan has come out swinging against The New York Times, accusing it of anti-Catholic bias in two recent articles. He […]
I have a very open friending policy over on Facebook. I accept friend requests from almost everyone. The only exceptions are those who seem to be up to no good (e.g., anti-Catholics who want to friend me so they can access my list of friends and spew anti-Catholic stuff; or that Middle Eastern guy with […]