Monthly Archives: July 2012
This Week’s Song:
“Rock stars are fascists. Adolf Hitler was one of the first rock stars. Think about it. Look at some of his films and see how he moved. I think he was quite as good… Continue reading
Jett and Jahn Media’s #1 Album
In 1964, The Beatles released the album Rubber Soul, which would serve as a catalyst for the greatest album ever crafted. Rubber Soul demonstrated where music was and where it could potentially go.
“I… Continue reading
Voula Papachristou tweeted: “With So Many Africans In Greece, The West Nile Mosquitoes Will Be Getting Home Food!!!”
Greek triple-jumper Voula Papachristou was recently banned from the Olympics after a controversial tweet.
The Hellenic Olympic Committee claimed Papachristou… Continue reading
Germans Awarded Most Gold, Silver, Bronze Medals
Many claim the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin were an embarrassment for the German Reich after Jesse Owens won four gold medals in the sprint and long jump events.
However, these critics ignore… Continue reading
Israelis and American Jews have called both Pepsi and Coca Cola Anti-Semitic
Enter Coca Cola
In 1948; The Arab League officially organized a boycott of Zionist/Jewish goods, institutions, supporters, and businesses. As a result, businesses had to choose… Continue reading
Bloomberg Wants Police Strike Until Guns Are Illegal
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been a strong advocate of gun control.
In an interview with radio host John Gambling, Bloomberg said “… Continue reading
This Week’s Song:
“I just want someone to save me,
I’d always be there when you wake…”
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Many Modern Catholics Do Not Know True Beliefs Of Their Church
The Catholic Church’s ability to protect European culture was increasingly weakened following the Protestant Reformation.
Europe was divided and the Church gradually lost political power. The… Continue reading
Part Twenty Of “The Catholic View of Judaism” Series
Pope Benedict XIV was born in 1675 in Bologna, Italy. He became a Catholic priest and scholar and was elected as Pope in 1740.… Continue reading
Pope Clement VIII was born in 1536 in Fano, Italy. He became a Catholic priest and scholar and was elected as Pope in 1592.
That same year, Pope Clement VIII… Continue reading