Monthly Archives: September 2011

Comments on the Passing Scene: Fran Leibowitz, Volunteer Life Expectancy, Ruth Pakaluk, Dolores Hope, and Talk Like Pirate Day

For an exposition of crazy liberalism, interspersed with social commentary, all presented in a radically politically incorrect manner, Fran Leibowitz makes an interesting case, in the lightly circulated documentary, Public Speaking. It is, (kind of), her version of My Dinner with Andre, set at the Waverly Inn. Of course, if they ever considered remaking this…

A Great Birthday for Our Lady of Charity

Feast days of Our Lady are always important moments to consider our true homeland in heaven and our roots here on earth. As the venerable hymn puts it, “And bless, Holy Mary, the land of our birth.” Today is a great and joyful celebration, the Nativity of Mary, one of the very few saints who…