Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

May, 2020

On Fags and Forgiveness

26 May, 2020 A Lesson from Leviticus (18:26) What were God’s people to do with those “non-Christians” – those Godless who were living within their jurisdiction?  Israel required the “foreigner” – the non-convert – dwelling among them to conform to the divine moral standards – the Law.   It did not matter what the foreigner’s “orientation” […]

Burn, Baby, Burn Pollitt’s Book

25 May, 2020 Need something to burn?  Trying to stay warm and got some money to waste?  Buy Katha Pollitt’s book in support of child murder, entitled – simply, “Pro”!  A Barnes and Noble special! Pro what?  Well, we can only imagine.  Pro-baby-butchery of course!  It’s your “choice”!  (Oh, love that CHOICE!) Remember those good […]

To Babies Born

Boom! Did you hear that? Ah!  Sweet, sweet music! Yo’ didn’t hear it? Boom!  It’s the sound of An abortuary burning! Sweet, sweet music To my ears So it’s cheers To those fellows And ladies (let’s not Forget those ladies!) O let us pray For another day Of joy for a boy Or even a […]

Ancestry Dot Com

Ancestry Dot Com You got nothin’ comin’Adam is your boss He brought the loss You got that thing within They call it sin And it puts a din On all you do You can’t win You got it right in you Nothin’ you can do But repent, take hold Get bold and say “Hey” to […]

Pounce on the Mouse

(For our wanton animal rights friends and patriots) 13 May, 2020 I love those bald eagles Whenever  they swoop down And clamp those powerful jaws Around the neck of small birds Or a mouse or other hapless rodent. My heart throbs with joy. The squeals of those mice Squeezed by those talons Is like sweet […]

Who You Momma?

Who you Momma?Your Mom is the oneWho looks after your life.Like a wifeShe cares for you over all.She is the one who broughtYou into the world and soughtTo make you all you might be.Oh that you could seeWhat a wonder she be!There will come a dayWhen she will go awayNever to be seen againThat place […]

The Palestra

The ancient word for what we now call a gymnasium or a stadium where public sporting events took place in ancient Greece.  Nice.  The oldest of these panhellenic games organized as a quadrennial event was put together in 776 B.C.   It consisted of five contests, a “pentathlon,” all in which all athletes participated.  “To promote […]

Overwhelmed by Sins of Omission

I adjure you to abjure asinine jesting And jocularly to  join with Jesus. Jettison juvenile joys and jump on the Bandwagon as we bust balls And break wind without whining While we wind our way through days of Dreary drudgery dreadfully facing Fearful foes and friends forsaking Foolish ways while we wander wistfully Wither we […]