Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

Honorable Guest Expostulators

Five-Hundred-Year Crises in Christendom

Terence J. Hughes, Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences and Climate Change Climate Change Institute and School of Earth and Climate Sciences University of Maine Now that we have a Jesuit Pope, I’m reading Malachi Martin’s book, The Jesuits: The Society of Jesus and the Betrayal of the Roman Catholic Church. Much of what Martin reports […]

LifeSiteNews – A Letter from Terry Hughes

24 July, 2015  Dear LifeSiteNews:  In its recent Obamacare and homosexual “marriage” rulings, which promote abortion and sodomy, both of which prevent the next generation of Americans from being born, the Injustices on the Supreme Court have enshrined Darwinism as the State Religion of The United States of America, thereby violating the First Amendment to […]

Why Does Dante Consider Sodomy Worse Than Homicide & Suicide?

New Oxford Review September 2004 Anne Barbeau Gardiner Anne Barbeau Gardiner is Professor Emerita of English at John Jay College of the City University of New York. Dante’s Divine Comedy, the most sublime religious poem the Christian West has produced in two thousand years, provides us to this day with profound insights into human nature. […]

Global Warming Is Good

Terence J. Hughes Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences and Climate Change School of Earth and Climate Sciences, Climate Change Institute University of Maine 14 October 2014 For some years now, some of my glaciological colleagues (Bob Thomas whom I brought to the University of Maine for a few years before he went to NASA), Jay […]

Laudato Si and the Mind of Pope Francis

Terence J. Hughes Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences and Climate Change University of Maine 24 June 2015 Laudato Si is magnificent! The closing pages are sublime! Now that I’ve read it and had time to reflect, and then sample reactions from others, my admiration for Pope Francis has soared. True, he gave a lot of […]

Dick Hafer Cartoon

Dick Hafer produced some excellent political cartoons.  Most delightful was his collaboration with Cal Thomas and Wayne Stayskal in the production of their Liberals for Lunch paper back (Crossway Books, 1985).  This cartoon appeared in the Prince George’s Journal on 9 March, 1987, half-way through Bray’s jail time.

Joseph Sobran’s Pensees of 1985

During my ten-year sentence (subsequently reversed and negotiated to six years), William Buckley’s National Review was a regular main meal in literary fare.  A highlight in that publication was Sobran’s essay, “Pensees,” which appeared in December, 1985.  (By no means is the assumption of the Renaissance writer’s title a presumption.) Having a “job” in the library, […]

Religion in America: Where it was, is now, and is headed.

Terence J. Hughes Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences and Climate Change University of Maine August 2013 Religion in America has two streams, originally far apart but now converging. The oldest stream originated in Latin America and watered the American Southwest from Texas to California in the 16th century, with outliers in Florida and Louisiana. It’s […]

Obama as Antichrist

(Editorial foreword: A little early in the century to make the call: “Barack Obama is the Antichrist of the 21st Century” inheriting the singular ignominy of Hitler as the 20th century arch-villain.  Could be that we shall yet see a worse scoundrel! Still have nine decades to go.  Confessedly, however, it is hard to imagine a greater advocate […]

The Kermit Gosnell of Pennsylvania Avenue

Terence J. Hughes Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences and Climate Change School of Earth and Climate Sciences and Climate Change Institute University of Maine 28 April, 2013 The President of the United States has admitted he is aware of Kermit Gosnell, a late-term abortionist in Philadelphia who routinely delivers babies alive so he can murder […]

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