Quiet Man Rising

By Charlie Johnston I was shocked and disgusted Thursday to see so many so-called “conservative” commentators and officials denounce the Capitol protests and demand that those who rushed the Capitol be caught and jailed – and with a zeal and vigor they did not use in condemning the Antifa-BLM riots that have rocked cities and […]

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Quick Update From D.C.

By Charlie Johnston Many have worried about our safety, so I give this quick update. I will give a fuller report on the day tomorrow.  From 5:30 this morning until about 12:30, everything was calm, peaceful and downright cheery. The only thing that troubled me was that I kept seeing people wearing MAGA gear who […]

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We’re Going In

By Charlie Johnston Tomorrow is the day. Will the American Republic be saved tomorrow? I doubt it. But the battle lines will now be clear. The pagan left thinks they have accomplished the steal and now everyone will just knuckle under. As the great Rabbi and legal scholar Dov Fischer says, “Not this time, dear […]

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Cry, the Beloved

By Charlie Johnston Early yesterday morning, we went over the top on our original Epiphany campaign goal, as you can see from the thermometer above. I immediately went to work seeing if we can get a match to double the original goal, making calls to folks. I asked our IT man to come up with […]

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Happy New Year!

By Charlie Johnston Happy New Year!  I have a meaty post coming tonight, but for now I thought you would be happy to know that we have come within $60 of our goal, as you can see from the thermometer above.  With a bunch more calls this weekend, I think we are going to reach […]

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Into the Tunnel

By Charlie Johnston   Huzzah! We are at $14,750, almost 3/4 of our goal. We have a lot of work ahead of us at CORAC in the New Year, so please help us out with your donation and your time. Mary Lapchak has been able to help resolve problems that various people have had with […]

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Breaking Bad: Philosophy and Art

By Charlie Johnston   I got four complaints yesterday that people could not get the “Donate” button to work on the CORAC site. The best I can come up with at this point is that some browsers do not integrate well. Also, when people use duck-duck-go as the search engine on their phone to donate, […]

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World Gone By

By Charlie Johnston We are pushing hard for our CORAC Epiphany campaign, with a goal of $20,000. We stumbled a bit coming out of the gate on the end of the year campaign with a few technical glitches that prevented some people from being able to donate. Even so, as you can see from the […]

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One of the Family

By Charlie Johnston Last week we taped Part V of the Talkabout Series – “Back to the Manger.” I think you will enjoy it, especially with all the extra guests who popped in to wish you all a Merry Christmas! ********* In my last piece, I said I would be in Washington for the Inauguration. […]

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Living Springs

By Charlie Johnston For many years I puzzled over the enigma of Judas Iscariot. Why would he betray Christ and then hang himself when Christ was given up to the power of corrupted men? None of the forced pious explanations satisfied me. When I am contemplating a story from the Bible, I like to immerse […]

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