Ripped from Blithe Spirit: Global warming sermons?

Plus Chi Trib's disembodied violence, EPA man vs. warming craze

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By Jim Bowman


Catholic Church: New Priests Will be Expected to Preach Global Warming

This should do wonders for mass attendance.

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Catholic Online reports that new priests will be expected to be familiar with and promote efforts to reduce carbon emissions. New priests to learn about global warming a…

Source: Catholic Church: New Priests Will be Expected to Preach Global Warming | Watts Up With That?


Disembodied violence strikes again


Chi Trib has its headline: "Chicago's violence" etc.

Impact of Chicago's violence on girls in toughest neighborhoods often overlooked

Say what? Not violent people? Black men? Violent black boys? Fatherless black boys? 

Come on, major media — in this case the onetime world's greatest newspaper (WGN) — get concrete. What are you trying to hide?

Why be so disarmingly, alarmingly vague?


Man from Oklahoma gets the call. EPA, here he comes . . . 

Draining the swamp, chapter whatever . . .

President-elect Donald Trump has tapped Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, choosing a harsh critic of the agency to take its helm.

Employment Prevention, that is?

Email: Twitter: @BlitheSp

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