Cor Jesu performed by seminarians.
Month: November 2019
Lonely Notes Sing ‘Congaudeant’
If you liked the ‘Ave Maria’ I shared a few days ago, you’re going to love this arrangement of ‘Congaudeant’, sung by some seminarians I know. This was just a practice session!
A New Arrangement for Ave Maria
Let me know what you think of this arrangement…
Why Post the Hatemail?
As I’ve mentioned before, I get a lot of hatemail, and occasionally threats. The threats don’t bother me because the dangerous people act, rather than threaten.
I post the best of the hatemail for several reasons, first, it’s entertainment. Secondly, it serves as a benchmark of sorts; whenever I am wondering if *I* am the crazy one, I re-read them for reference. Finally, it’s an act of charity, a sort of prod to repentance and conversion for the guilty parties. I hope that when the offenders see their words posted in public for all to see that their humiliation will move them to contrition and repentance.
So yesterday when I received a PM from one such offender asking me to remove his diatribe from my site, I was hopeful that there was some element of this tertiary reasoning at work.
He called me the devil and claimed I supported abortion, then said he was contacting an attorney because my posting of his public comments amounted to defamation.
More Proof of the Inherent Immorality of Property Taxes
I’ve explained before that property taxes are inherently immoral. This incident is an extreme example of the principle.
An 83-year-old retired engineer in Michigan underpaid his property taxes by $8.41. In response, Oakland County seized his property, auctioned it off to settle the debt, and pocketed nearly $24,500 in excess revenue from the sale.
Under Michigan law, it was all legal. And hardly uncommon.
Read the rest of this disgusting display of state power here.