Saturday, June 15, 2002

Looks as though my plate is full this weekend, so I won't be able to blog much for a couple of days. I'm attending a friend's wedding in L.A. and a cousin's graduation down in San Diego. It'll be nice to get away from the Sacramento heat for a couple of days.

Thursday, June 13, 2002

If you think U.S. Bishops have been abusing their authority in regard to the welfare of children, they have absolutely nothing on the abuse of power practiced by our government through Child Protective Services. Why no media coverage here?
Question to those who find nothing abnormal about homosexuality: How do you define sexually deviant conduct?
With so much attention being directed at the Bishops' conference in Dallas, I've sort had a revelation as to why so many defenders of homosexuality are up in arms about proposals to keep more men with uncontrollable homosexual tendencies out of the priesthood. If "gay" priests pose an imminent danger to children they happen to run across or encounter, just think of the kind of danger that "gay" non-priests (e.g., teachers) pose to children they encounter on a daily basis! Homosexual activists and their defenders simply cannot afford to have people make this realization.
Lakers sweep!! Sacramento Kings fans are still in denial and whining. Sacramento is definitely a city with an inferiority complex.

Wednesday, June 12, 2002

Yet another reason to hate government schools: the principal of an elementary school in Morgan Hill, CA (near San Jose) one day felt the need to show and tell a class of five year olds how babies are made and the proper medical terms for male and female genitalia. The principal did all of this without informing parents or allowing them an opportunity to opt their children out of the instruction (both of which are required by law).
The Supreme Court has stayed the execution of a retarded inmate until it determines whether such executions are constitutional.

I personally believe it is constitutional, although I don't necessarily favor executing anyone in the absence of some imminent danger to the safety of others.
I find it curious how so many people refer to the Catholic Church in the United States as the "American Church". The problem I have with this term is that it suggests a kind of separateness or independence from the whole. Because there is only one Church, I think it would be more appropriate to refer to her as either the Catholic Church in America or the Catholic Church in the United States.

Tuesday, June 11, 2002

I'm finally back on line! Woo Hoo! I'll start blogging more extensively tomorrow as its late and I want to catch the Laker game. I'm prayin' for a sweep!

Sunday, June 09, 2002

I've always maintained that "homophobia" is nothing but a clever term that leftist political activists use to legitimize (often through the power of big government) homosexuality. This study now confirms it.