Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "Recall that in the Fourth Century – we talked about this on St. Patrick’s Day. I read you a little history of Saint Patrick on St. Patrick’s Day. Saint Patrick became a saint because he walked into, he made his way – he actually was a slave to some of these creeps in Ireland. He made his way into Ireland and he made his way in and began converting the Irish. In other words, they were a bunch – I used to have a guy ….Continue
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Confusion and our Moral Code as Christians Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "There is a danger in thinking too critically. If you think too critically, that would mean that you would then begin to question things that are not questionable and there is no need to question them. Critical thinking has its limits. This is where the philosophy aspect of it comes in." Check out today’s transcript for the rest…. Begin Mike Church ….Continue
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – You should be happy about being attacked. That means you’re doing something correct. That means that the evil forces out there, that means the denizens of Beelzebub, that means that they smell it. They smell that your soul is opening up and you’re receptive and welcoming. Christ is moving in. They don’t want Christ to move in. So yes, they’re going to attack. You should be happy about being attacked. That mean….Continue
Only The Good Die Young Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – "Folks, this is sickness. This is a sickness. It is a sickness of the soul. It is a sickness that has now infected the body politic and it has infected almost every living soul in Western civilization. I’m going to get to the story in a moment, but first I want to give you some anecdotal evidence of just how far from our very well-beaten and very well-documented and very productive -- because it did pr….Continue
Mandeville, LA - Here are some thoughts on the first week of 2014. Christmas isn’t yet over for the real spirit of the season. In what I can only describe as lamentably selfish, a certain phone provider is running advertisements featuring a young man who begins the spot sad because “...he didn’t get what he wanted” but ends this all-too-real-life scenario in bliss. What drove this change of heart in 30 seconds? Why, he was exhorted to go and buy his own gifts, after ….Continue
If there is any truth to the adage that “misery loves company” then a majority of the New Orleans Saints fans must be connecting with President Obama today as both the Saints & the President are winless in their respective seasons. The Saints losses have been mainly self inflicted while the Presidents loss in last night’s debate is inspired by what he has helped most of us lose: our wealth, civil liberties and virtue. I may be the only conse….Continue
Jonathan Vilma-Federalist? ©2012 Mike Church When Who Dats ask me why I persist in promoting and explaining Louisiana as a sovereign state and the “federalism” that comes along with our voluntary membership in the union, I will now answer: Johnathan Vilma. Vilma, the beleagured New Orleans Saints player is suing NFL commish Roger Goodell for defaming his character without providing proof of the slur. Goodell’s response is that Vilma ….Continue
5 Men That History Says Were Important But Never Played For The Saints ©2012 Mike Church On the 28th of June, 1776 5 men strolled into Philadelphia’s Independence Hall with a document in hand. While most Americans today can name 10-15 members of their favorite football or basketball teams how many can name those five? Oh and the document was? The Declaration of Independence although not the one you are familiar with today. Jefferson’s draft that was presented had o….Continue
Drew Brees Is to LA What Jeff Daniels Is To Michigan (oh, and he plays pro football too) ©2012 Mike Church For 3/4 of these United States history we operated as merit based communities. The adage of “working hard and playing by the rules” was last used by Bill Clinton and coined by American novelist Horatio Alger who wrote that success was achieved by “…honesty, thrift, self-reliance, industry, a cheerful whistle and an open manly face.” In our age of success being ….Continue
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