Good guy Browns beat ‘Aints 26-24 at time expires

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The Gatorade dunk at the end of the game says it all with rookie head coach Mike Pettine glad to be doused by Browns players.

The team won only its 2nd home opener since coming back in 1999–after the team was ripped out of Cleveland by sleazy Art Modell–and its 1st since 2004.

The Browns are now 1-1 and the Saints dropped to 0-2 under former MVP QB Drew Brees.

Many players contributed to the final 2:45 drive from Cleveland’s 4 yd line including the ley sack by journeyman Karlos Dansby that led to putting the Saints out of FG range and having to punt.

Says Tony Grossi from ESPN Cleveland:

On offense, start with receiver Miles Austin.

A key drop on third down weighed on him throughout the day. On the winning drive, the angular target had three catches for first downs. His last was a sliding grab inches from the left sideline boundary at the Saints’ 39. The play survived a replay review, after which officials tacked on seven additional seconds, leaving the Browns :15 on the clock to get closer for the field goal.

Then there was tight end Gary Barnidge.

Earlier in the fourth quarter, Barnidge’s clutch 13-yard catch and lean for an extra inch converted a third down on a touchdown drive that the Browns absolutely, positively had to have.

And then on the winning drive, there was Barnidge again, this time on fourth-and-6, crossing over the middle and holding on to a BB throw for a 10-yard gain to the Browns’ 48 with 38 seconds to go. Just about everybody called that the offensive play of the game.

There was receiver Andrew Hawkins, who was left wide open by New Orleans’ defensive coordinator Rob Ryan’s lame decision to call “cover 0,” an all-out blitz, on two consecutive plays. The first resulted in a bat-down at the line of scrimmage. On the second, Hawkins was so all alone 28 yards downfield, he resembled a returner fair-catching a punt.

At the end was Billy Cundiff, who nailed the 29-yard field goal with three seconds left to win it. When Cundiff was asked about his first game-winning kick in a Browns uniform, he quickly corrected the questioner and pointed out his field goal as a Phil Dawson injury-replacement under Eric Mangini in a 6-3 win in 2009 — a game, Cundiff pointed out, that set back football 40 years.

Ultimately, though, this team win reflected the toughness, poise and leadership of quarterback Brian Hoyer.

So last weekend, the Good Guys lost to the hated Squeelers by a FG at the end of regulation, this week they won in similar fashion from a position they are not too familiar with: a late game winning drive. Johnny Football will have to ride the pine for a while longer if hometown boy Hoyer continues his football ways as the starting QB..

And ESH says that is always a good thing i.e. winning.


Fighting back with the Cross

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Apropos that this Sunday Sept 14th is the Feast of the Exaltation of the True Cross, commemorating the finding of the True Cross by Ss Helen and Constantine in their pilgrimage to Jerusalem.

The devil and his minons both fear and despise the True Cross and all it stands for in the the economy of salvation of fallen mankind.


So thus the evil minions in the freemasonic communistic ACLU, the anti-Christian legal union, cringe and wail at the public sighting of any cross, even one so harmless as that on a football helmet.


Remnant to Zubik: Why?

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The Remnant fortnightly newspaper has asked the big question of Pittsburgh’s Bishop Zubik and his war on the SSPX and Tradition: Why?

You can read it in it’s entirety here….

The Remnant’s Michael Matt gives Zubik the time of day and does some nifty backflips giving him the benefit of the doubt, very chawitable, when–for all those who have eyes to see–Zubik is acting with malice and forethought in trying to take a long stab at the SSPX, even though the horse is out of the barn already, as it were.

Watering down the faith to pablum for 50 years has taken its toll on Catholic dioceses and churches in America and more and more consolidation and so-called “clustering” is effected.

The gigantic sex abuse of young people by homosexual pederasts at North Catholic that erupted in May this year hasn’t helped, either.

Matt shows that there is luv, luv, luv and reconciliation and non-judmentalism and all kinds of squishy, gushy “isms” for all shades of heretics, schismatics and pagan rites, except no love and new evangelization for those who follow what the Church has always officially taught and held for all, to be held everywhere.

That and the SSPX bought a church building abandoned by the Pittsburgh diocese in 2004 (10 yrs ago for the low information types) to be used in secular and profane ways. And SSPX did right under Zubik’s almost-Machiavellian nose, as the latter has successfully kiboshed previous buildings the Society wished to obtain for the proper worship of God, in a Catholic manner.

Matt can ‘splain it better than ESH can any day, so do read the entire article.

And if you’re in the ‘Burgh, do stop in to pray and worship at the new SSPX Church in the Old West End, just across from the Golden Triangle at the confluence of the Ohio, the Mon and the Yough.

The Saintly Pope Pius X said it best about modernists and men of tradition:

“The true friends of the people are neither revolutionaries nor innovators, but men of tradition.”

Home Depot Embraces Sharia Law With Forced ‘Muslim Sensitivity Training’

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ESH never thought he’d see it in the land of the hick and the home of the brave.

But, corporations are in full PC mode and bringing Mohammedan Sharia law sensitivity training to an employer near you, starting with Home Depot.

Home Depot Embraces Sharia Law With Forced ‘Muslim Sensitivity Training’

No intolerance or disagreement with a barbaric heretical theocratic ruling philosophy allowed. Who would have thought the day would come in America when American workers would be exposed to Mohammedan sensitivity training? Well, it’s here folks!

And in one of the most noxious Atlanta based companies which has gone in full bore for the perverted sodomite agenda.



The rapidly encroaching stain of Sharia Law in America expanding

“And he will be a wild man; his hand will be against every man, and every man’s hand against him; and he shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.”Genesis 16:12

CAIR is a terrorist organization with terror ties that will knock your eyes out. Since 9/11, CAIR associates have been indicted multiple times on terrorism-related charges. Now this same group has demanded and received from home improvement giant Home Depot that it’s employees be subjected to “muslim cultural awareness sensitivity training”. Look at the bright orange of the Home Depot logo, and then remind yourself what ISIS forces their beheading victims to wear when they are executed and you will begin to get the picture.

Middle East today, middle America tomorrow

The Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations yesterday provided cultural awareness training to employees at a Home Depot store in Dearborn, Mich. CAIR-MI Executive Director Dawud Walid and CAIR-MI Safe Spaces Coordinator Warda Kalim discussed issues relating to customer interactions and modesty in Islam and highlighted religious accommodations concerns of Muslim employees.

“We welcome such opportunities to engage Home Depot and other business establishments to better serve their Muslim customers and accommodate the cultural competency of their Muslim employees,” said CAIR-MI Executive Director Dawud Walid.

CAIR has helped resolve a number of similar cases involving prayer in the workplace and offers a booklet, called “An Employer’s Guide to Islamic Religious Practices,” to help corporate managers gain a better understanding of Islam and Muslims.

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You’d think with the negative PR debacle Home Depot recently had with millions of customer credit card info compromised, they would leave well enough alone. Guess Home Depot wants to chase out the few remaining loyal customers they had (past tense).


There are plenty of home repair/hardware/supply houses out there, so one need not confine oneself to an anti-Christian, anti-American outfit like Home Depot, if at all possible.


Gang of violent blacks attacks man, woman after sexually harrassing her

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More from the “it won’t be reported in the drive by media” department.

Folks, you can’t make this stuff up. It is happening everywhere and with increasing regularity. And ESH thought we were a “post racial” nation now that the self-styled savior is occupying the White House like an ISIS stooge on vacay.

A gang of at least 6 black males sexually harrassed a white woman outside a bar in Springfield, MO and then when her boyfriend showed up, they beat the couple viciously and mercilessly.

Where are the Sharpton/Jackson race baiting hustlers and shakedown artists when you need them? How come no non-stop coverage and hand wringing by the state run drive by media?

The woman, Meredith Cole, told police she was sexually harassed outside the club by several of the black males on August 22. She quickly went inside to retrieve her boyfriend, Alex Vassey, a DJ at the Outland Ballroom. The pair then went outside to see if they could identify any of the harassers.

Once out on the street, a gang of six black youths snuck up behind them and started attacking the couple, beating them in their faces and kicking Vassey after he was knocked to the ground.

The video clearly shows Vassey being viciously assaulted, as well as showing the young woman being punched in the face and knocked to the ground twice.

The victims were both sent to the hospital and treated for multiple contusions, bruises, and cuts. Cole also suffered a fractured ankle. No perps have been held or arrested yet.

Study: direct link between aborted fetal [baby] DNA and autism disorder, childhood cancers.

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This is yet another study confirming how criminal our FDA is, especially under the Regime of the Kenyan kommie.

This latest study published in the Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology by scientists at Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute is simply stated, jaw-dropping.  What’s more, their findings are supported by the very fact that the FDA knew the potential dangers of the aborted fetal DNA inserting itself into vaccine recipients and the link of the contaminants to childhood cancers. We have included just one of the numerous publications by the FDA and highlighted some of their comments on page 2 of the press release.  Please share this far and wide.  Its time the FDA did something about this instead of trying to bury the truth.

New study in Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology correlates autism disorder increase and human fetal DNA, retroviral agents in vaccines

You can read the release from COG for Life here….

Even more alarming, Dr Theresa Deisher, lead scientist and SCPI founder noted that, “Not only are the human fetal contaminated vaccines associated with autistic disorder throughout the world, but also with epidemic childhood leukemia and lymphomas.”

States the Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute (SCPI):

Their study comes on the heels of recent breaking news that the CDC deliberately withheld evidence of the significant increase in autism among African-American boys who were vaccinated prior to 36 months of age. (See: )

So it should come as no surprise that the FDA has known for decades about the dangers of insertional mutagenesis by using the human fetal cell lines and yet, they chose to ignore it. Instead of conducting safety studies they regulated the amount of human DNA that could be present in a vaccine to no greater than 10ng. ( )

Unfortunately, Dr. Deisher’s team discovered that the fetal DNA levels ranged anywhere from 142ng – 2000ng per dose, way beyond the so-called “safe” level.

“There are a large number of publications about the presence of HERV (human endogenous retrovirus – the only re-activatable endogenous retrovirus) and its association with childhood lymphoma,” noted Dr Deisher. “The MMR II and chickenpox vaccines and indeed all vaccines that were propagated or manufactured using the fetal cell line WI-38 are contaminated with this retrovirus. And both parents and physicians have a right to know this!”

The WI-38 cell line was developed in July 1962 from lung tissue taken from a therapeutically [sic] aborted fetus of about 3 months gestational age. Cells released by trypsin digestion of the lung tissue were used for the primary culture. The cell morphology is fibroblast-like. The karyotype is 46,XX; normal diploid female. A maximum lifespan of 50 population doublings for this culture was obtained at the Repository. A thymidine labelling index of 86% was obtained after recovery. G6PD is isoenzyme type B. This culture of WI-38 is an expansion from passage 9 frozen cells obtained from the submitter.

Certainly these discoveries by SCPI should generate an immediate investigation by FDA officials, if not an outright ban on the use of aborted fetal cell lines as substrates for vaccine production.  There are numerous other non-human FDA-approved cell lines that can and should be used.

Dr Deisher’s study is available on the Academic Journals website by going here….

Calvary: film review states it’s an eye opener

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ESH received the following review from Catholic author Tomas Ryan and shares it in its entirety with the express and full permission of the author.

Calvary Reviewed
by Tomás Ryan
Columbus, OH


In order to avoid sitting through some excruciating previews, I usually try to show up late to the movie theatre.   Last month, I failed to do that and I saw a preview of Calvary starring Brendan Gleeson as Fr. James Lavelle.   I first noticed Gleeson in his portrayal of Gerry Boyle in The Guard a farcical comedy about a bumbling anti-hero, with few scruples, who rises to the occasion with courage when big city evil comes to his backwater town.
The preview introduces a man, through the anonymity of the confessional, who claims to have been sexually abused by a priest who is now dead.   He advises Fr. Lavelle that he is going to kill him in a week not because he is guilty but rather because he is good.  Given the hostility of the film industry to the Faith, viewers could be excused for assuming that this will be just another attempt to drag the Church through the mud or to at least make a plea for a married clergy.   Nothing could be further from the truth.
 While the film makes no excuses for the sex abuse scandals in the Irish Church, it makes it incredibly difficult for the Church’s critics to put the blame where they want it.   The film is a punch in the face and has the potential to reshape the entire paradigm for how the world sees the priesthood in light of the abuse that the media feed on.
 In this review, I’ll try my best not to divulge too much of the plot because, at the risk of sounding blasphemous or hyperbolic, I have to admit that this film affected me as much as Gibson’s Passion of the Christ. True,  I knew how The Passion was supposed to unfold.  That is why I don’t want to deprive the readers of the experience of being in the theatre during the unexpected climax, through the denouement and  credits and being able to hear the proverbial pin drop.  Instead, I’ll try to focus on describing Fr. Lavelle and his strange environment for it is in attacking the priesthood that the enemies of the Church have had the most success.  Lavelle himself tactfully bats away Black Legends with a condescending wit but he is soiled with the bile and vitriol associated with pedophilia solely because he has devoted his life to a vocation.

Against the backdrop of the sex abuse scandals and a Church that seems hell bent on trivializing itself even further, a good priest is made to suffer at the hands of a society that has gone mad with its own depravity and the effects of sin.  Even those who still assist at Mass no longer believe.  The Faith is lost, abetted no doubt by banal liturgies offered in a spartan timber chapel better suited as a Quaker meeting house than for offering the un-bloody sacrifice of the Mass.  Perhaps, such a church was only built because, as part of the plot, it is burnt to the ground. Mercifully, the director has spared us images of Communion in the Hand or other institutionalized abuses.  In an artistic way, he shows us that true traditional Catholicism isn’t restricted to the Tridentine Mass.

The movie carries an “R” rating which it easily earns for graphic violence. There is also bad language.  Very bad language.   It’s the graphic sexual language which serves to prove that there isn’t anything a priest hasn’t heard in the confessional (or hurled at him by a passerby on the street!).  Viewers quickly see that priests are engaged in a War with the Culture of Death, an enemy that knows no bounds and doesn’t play fair. The only nudity comes with the appearance of an execrable sodomite who prances around half naked taunting Fr. Lavelle because  he can’t tempt him.  Nevertheless, Father sees the pain through this man’s facade and his irritating impersonation of James Cagney.  His offers to help him are ridiculed and rejected. Clearly, the director isn’t trying to gain sympathy for this lifestyle because  in The Guard, the same actor appears as someone arrested for having relations with a lamb. Appropriately in Calvary, he’s the personal whore of the inspector with the local Gardai, a man who has no faith and blames his own banishment to the rural west on the influence of the Church in response to his attempt to bring one of “those pedophile priests” to justice.

It is revealed early that Fr. Lavelle is a widower and a late vocation.
He is the embodiment of the Cultural Catholicism our neo-Catholic friends so love to impugn for its inability to stand up to the onslaught on the Faith forgetting, or never knowing, that when the iconoclasts came in the last century with willing collaborators in the hierarchy, it was the simple pious practices and devotions that they attacked first, not Aquinas’ proofs for the existence of God.  Loss of belief in the Faith followed a decline in its practice.
Failure to understand this about him, has led to the film’s panning on some Catholic websites. While his sensus fidei steers him toward profound insights on the mercy of God when dealing with a suicidal daughter in a way that will prepare her for greater hardships, it leaves him somewhat clumsy  in his rhetoric when dealing with an imbecile who comes to him seeking advice on seducing women.  It is one of several subplots in the daily life of a priest that go no where. But doesn’t life contain distractions that point to no end with instances where we give advice we wish we could retract?
No, there are just a lot of Catholics writing reviews who wouldn’t like a priest like this for
Lavelle is a living indictment to effeminacy and fecklessness in the priesthood and he stands in sharp contrast to his timid and politically correct curate who tries in vain to be hip.   Unlike Lavelle who possesses the same mettle as those priests who were among the Irish Diaspora and who went to the missions and died on battlefields and on the high seas serving as chaplains in the armies and navies of America and  with the British Empire, this curate looks like he would be more at home in an American rectory circa 1980 or hosting his own TV show for Catholic youth.
With the film’s name and the fact that Lavelle is told that his innocent blood will be spilled to atone for the  others who have sinned, it is easy to see him as an alter Christus appreciated by some, rejected and spat upon by others. And yet, although essentially good, there are constant reminders that, unseen to many, he has so many flaws he can’t be the priest he wants to be.  He is a very human priest with human failings.  At his lowest, he turns to violence and the bottle. He knows the nature of sin and is conversant in it’s vocabulary.  As has been said of Matin Luther, he possesses a tongue that could turn the air blue.  To me, Peter is a better analogy right down to the moment he hangs up his cassock and flees as his execution draws near, only to return.
This is a brutal film capable of exhausting the viewer.  Wiser people have averred that certain cinematic elements have the capacity to destroy any merit a film might have and render it merely the occasion of sin.  In this case, they fall short.
I implore [Culture Wars] readers to see this film and  to consider the quote from Augustine in the opening credits when you hear the line uttered in the opening scene and resist the temptation to walk out.
This review will appear shortly in Culture Wars, per the author.