Hate crime! Hate crime! Hands up! don’t shoot!

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Anti-Catholicism is alive and well in the liberal people’s republic of WA state. For being so full of open mindedness, tolerance, love, love, love, the left of this leftist state have a lot of hate in their anti-god house.


Can you believe that these kind of bigoted ads even run in 21st century America? You betcha!  All PC forms of prejudice will be dealt with severely, but anti-Catholicism, like in Mohammedan states, is permitted and even welcome.

They even got a shot at the South in there, all mixed in with bitter anti-Catholicism venom.

The website is still up but the cartoon is now missing. We don’t know the authorship but the local press says that Miloscia’s opponent posted the following on her Facebook page: “There are lots of things in my opponent’s record that are fair game to take issue with. But I respect Mark Miloscia’s religion and I certainly don’t condone ANY of my supporters making attacks on that basis. I understand one of my supporters may have crossed the line of what is appropriate in that regard, and I’ve asked them to stop. This campaign should be about the issues, not personal attacks.”

That’s the statement of a Dem lefty policitian who didn’t personally authorize the ad but did the “wink, wink” to surrogates to go ahead with it. Al Capone never directly ordered a hit on his enemies, but we all know he approved of them or tolerated them when it suited his criminal enterprise.

Guess that’s how it works in commie dictatorships, and also in the people’s paradise of WA. Good thing Seattle was ranked  by Orkin as ONLY the 5th rattiest city list of rodent infestations.


PMS-NBC’s Ball silent on being the Gang of Ten in anti-Rush campaign

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PMS-NBC host Krystal Ball refuses to talk about her participation in the “Stop Rush” campaign targeting conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh’s advertisers.

That’s phunny: other times you just can’t get that leftist wench to shut up. Tell ESH this is not the look of a man-hating feminazi?

Ball secretly participated in the Stop Rush movement since becoming affiliated with MSNBC, emails reveal. But Ball did not respond to The Daily Caller’s emailed request for comment on her participation in the activist effort. That’s how known supporters of baby killing are when confronted with the truf!

“Stop Rush” is a campaign principally organized by Angelo Carusone, who is now a Media Matters executive vice president embroiled in controversy after TheDC published racist and anti-Semitic blog posts that he wrote.

Gonna take more than you and some latte sucking lefties who like to live like the rich in a trash town like NYC to take down El Rushbo, with talent on loan from God. The scattered remnants and grease spots of lefties before you, including Bubba, Hilary the Terrible, Algore and the Kenyan kommie have only grown the base for Rush, not shrunk it the past 26 years. Guess that’s why the ratings for PMS-NBC are just a fly’s butt away from the bottom on the barrel Turner-Hanoi Jane Clinton News Network.

Pack a big lunch, hun, it’s gonna be a long work day, sweetie. Oops! Ya don’t like guys talking all huggy bear and kissy face to ya babe?

Good guys get ugly home win against Raiders

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The visiting winless Raiders scored their only TD in garbage time as the good guy Browns beat Oakland 23-13 on a bright, sunny afternoon on the shores of Lake Erie in FirstEnergy Stadium.

The victory comes off an embarrassing loss to the then-winless Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 7. Finally, the Browns have a win over a team they should have beaten. The Raiders, too, had no wins coming into Week 8.

Ben Tate, Terrance West, Isaiah Crowell's Post-Week 8 Fantasy Reaction

However, the win doesn’t quite tell us much about what kind of team the Browns are. The inability to run the ball remained a holdover from last week. The struggles to stop the run thankfully didn’t, with the Browns giving 71 rushing yards to Oakland. However, Raiders also didn’t run that often—just 22 times compared to 54 pass attempts by Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr.

Nonethless, the Bengals lead the AFC North with a 4-2-1 record, the Ratbirds and Squeelers (with their bumble bee outfits again) are tied at 5-3. The Browns are a 1/2 game behind at 4-3.

Witness the botched fake punt by Raider’s backup QB Matt Schaub:


Onto the hapless Tampa Bay Bucaneers, who did manage a last minute win against the Squeelers some weeks back.


MN vice guv candidate oversaw 10,000+ abortions at PP

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Did the running mate of MN guv Mark Dayton oversee over 10,000+ surgical abortions as VP of Klan Parenthood in MN? As they say in that part of the country, “you betcha!”

Does Peyton Manning favor the word “Omaha”?

You betcha.

Tina Smith, as the local VP of the largest domestic terrorist group should know that the issue could work against her, even in the People’s Paradise Republic of MN.

With Election Day less than two weeks away, one Minnesota pro-life group is saying voters should reject Democratic Lt. Governor nominee Tina Smith because of her past ties with Klan Parenthood.

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Smith, who has served as incumbent Gov Mark Dayton’s chief of staff since 2011, has transitioned to join Dayton’s re-election effort as his running mate. However, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life says Smith’s background as a vice president for Planned Parenthood from 2003 to 2006 should disqualify her from holding the state’s second-ranking politician.

In a blog post, the pro-life group notes that Klan Parenthood did more than 10,000 abortions in MN during her three-year tenure.

But that’s not entirely true. MCCL is just counting the surgical abortions.

Recall, in its most recent 2012 report, PP brags about dispensing at least 1.4 million chemical abortifacients aka Plan B, “morning after pill” or whatever one will call high doses of the potent steroid levonorgestrel. So, figuring on some calculations of proportion, figure in AT LEAST another 80-100,0000 chemical abortions at PP under Smith, and that’s lowball numbers.


Steroids are bad for all athletes and can cause up to a year ban or longer in the NFL. So it’s OK to give them to underage, undeveloped teenagers? Girls who may be the victims of rape and incest or sexual slavery?

According to Tina Smith, “you betcha!”

PS…lemmee guess…is Dayton related to the Dayton-Hudson mega-rich group owners of Target (pron. tar-zhey) stores?

Hey, Cardinal Dolan, remember when?

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NYC had a real Catholic as an archbishop?












Oh yeah, there was one in recent memory, just not in the US:

You tried to kick him out, just as the Arians did to St Athanasius on FOUR occassions. Even the conciliar popes realized the mistake of 1988, and lifted the unjust and illicit “excommunications” ex post facto.

Hey, if you can do it for a schismatic orthodox prelate from 1054 you certainly can do it for a bona fide, honest to goodness, dyed in the wool Traditional Catholic archbishop!

Pope Francis: the slam that keeps on giving

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Pope Francis misses no opportunity to slam Traditional Catholics any time he can. Oh, he tried to be “fair and balanced” in his closing remarks to the recent Synod XIV, but he’s no Fox News, eh?

Here’s an article in toto from CNS, an in house service, with an emphasis from ESH near the end. Shown in the pic below is Cardinal Burke, recently confirming his deposement by the Pope with the secular website,  Buzzfeed:

SYNOD-CONCLUSION Oct-18-2014 (690 words) With photos. xxxi

Synod ends by affirming tradition, leaving controversial questions open

By Francis X. Rocca
Catholic News Service

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — After several days of animated debate over its official midterm report, the Synod of Bishops on the family agreed on a final document more clearly grounded in traditional Catholic teaching. Yet the assembly failed to reach consensus on especially controversial questions of Communion for the divorced and civilly remarried and the pastoral care of homosexuals.

The synod’s last working session, Oct. 18, also featured a speech by Pope Francis, in which he celebrated the members’ frank exchanges while warning against extremism in the defense of tradition or the pursuit of progress.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster, England, talks with Cardinal Raymond L. Burke, prefect of the Supreme Court of the Apostolic Signature, as they leave the concluding session of the extraordinary Synod of Bishops on the family at the Vatican Oct. 18. Also pictured is Italian Cardinal Carlo Caffarra of Bologna, center. (CNS/Paul Haring)

Discussions in the synod hall had grown heated after the Oct. 13 delivery of a midterm report that used strikingly conciliatory language toward people with ways of life contrary to church teaching, including divorced and civilly remarried Catholics, cohabitating couples and those in same-sex unions.

The summaries of working-group discussions, published Oct. 16, showed a majority of synod fathers wanted the final document to be clearer about relevant church doctrine and give more attention to families whose lives exemplify that teaching.

The final report, which the pope ordered published almost at once after the synod’s conclusion, featured many more citations of Scripture, as well as new references to the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the teachings of Pope Paul VI, St. John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI.

Synod fathers voted on each of the document’s 62 paragraphs. All received a simple majority, but three failed to gain the two-thirds supermajority ordinarily required for approval of synodal documents.

Two of those paragraphs dealt with a controversial proposal by German Cardinal Walter Kasper that would make it easier for divorced and civilly remarried Catholics to receive Communion. The document noted disagreements on the subject and recommended further study.

The document’s section on homosexuality, which also fell short of supermajority approval, was significantly changed from its counterpart in the midterm report.

The original section heading –“welcoming homosexuals” — was changed to “pastoral attention to persons with homosexual orientation.”

A statement that same-sex unions can be a “precious support in the life of the partners” was removed.

The final report quoted a 2003 document from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith: “There are absolutely no grounds for considering homosexual unions to be in any way similar or even remotely analogous to God’s plan for marriage and family.”

Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi, the Vatican spokesman, told reporters that the absence of a supermajority indicated a lack of consensus and a need for more discussion, but stressed that none of the document carried doctrinal weight. The synod’s final report will serve as an agenda for the October 2015 world synod on the family, which will make recommendations to the pope.

Pope Francis said he welcomed the assembly’s expressions of disagreement.

“Personally, I would have been very worried and saddened if there hadn’t been these temptations and these animated discussions,” the pope said, “if everybody had agreed or remained silent in a false and quietistic peace.”

“So many commentators, or people who talk, imagined they saw the church quarreling, one part against the other, even doubting the Holy Spirit, the true promoter and guarantor of unity and harmony in the church,” he said.

While reassuring the assembly that the church’s unity was not in danger, Pope Francis warned against several temptations that he said had been present during the two-week synod.

One of the temptations he cited was that of “hostile rigidity” that seeks refuge in the letter of the law, “in the certainty of what we know and not of what we must still learn and achieve.” This temptation, he said, is characteristic of the “zealous, the scrupulous, the attentive and — today — of the so-called traditionalists and also of intellectuals.” [emphasis added ESH]

Another temptation for the synod fathers, the pope said, was that of “destructive do-goodism, which in the name of a misguided mercy binds up wounds without first treating and medicating them; that treats symptoms and not causes and roots. It is the temptation of do-gooders, of the timorous and also of the so-called progressives and liberals.”

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, said in a statement that he was “grateful that the clarifications and deepening of scriptural and theological reflection shine consistently” through the final report. “Now the real work begins!”



As November, month of Poor Souls approaches

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Time to do some great spiritual works of mercy for those who can only intercede for you after being released from the cleansing penance of Purgatory to the Beatific Vision.

ESH invites all readers, friend or foe, to participate in this work of mercy, as well as gaining a Plenary Indulgence under the usual conditions:

  • From Nov 1 to Nov 8 visit a cemetery with mental prayer for the poor souls
  • On Nov 2nd, All Souls Day under the Roman Rite calendarvisit a church or an oratory with one Our Father and one Creed being recited
  • A partial indulgence can be obtained any time of year by visiting a cemetery and praying for the poor souls


Six rules for a plenary indulgence:

  1. Be in the state of grace at least when performing the indulgenced act
  2. Complete detachment from sin, including venial sin
  3. Confession, within 8 days before or after the indulgenced act
  4. Holy Communion, within 8 days before or after the indulgenced act
  5. Prayers for the intention of the Supreme Pontiff
  6. Indulgenced act: a special good work with special conditions of place and time, such as above for the poor souls

“Holy Souls are eager for the prayers of the faithful which can gain indulgences for them. Their intercession is powerful. Pray unceasingly. We must empty Purgatory.”

–St Padre Pio

“It is a good and wholesome thing to pray for the dead, so they may be loosed from their sins.”

–II Maccabees 12:45

For our Byzantine and other Eastern Rite friends, they have 5 All Soul Saturdays during the year to commemorate and pray for the poor souls in Purgatory, 3 of those Saturdays fall during Great Lent. The first All Souls Saturday is the day before Meatfare Sunday in pre-lenten terms for the Eastern Rites. The fifth and last All Souls Saturday is the vigil of Pentecost. The Church Militant submit names to be remembered in a reading out loud called hramoty.  It resembles the panachida prayed at funeral wakes for the dead.

For more info on the latter, check it out here…