A Pro-Life Apologia

By Charlie Johnston I have engaged in discussion the last few days with some pro-abortion folks on Twitter. It has been simultaneously frustrating, enlightening and a little heartening. Some friends say it won’t be long before Twitter bans me for some bit of fact they don’t like. We’ll see. The winds of change are blowing […]

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Good News, Bad News, Best News

By Charlie Johnston The Good News The backlash to anti-God left-wing authoritarianism has begun in earnest. -A leaked first draft indicates that the Supreme Court has decided to overturn Roe v Wade. -Elon Musk has bought Twitter – and free speech once again has a chance. -Dinesh D’Souza has put together proof of MASSIVE vote […]

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Awaiting the Deluge

By Charlie Johnston I have to read for an hour to an hour and a half at night before I go to bed or I frequently can’t get to sleep at all. My mind is always working. I am usually composing 15 to 20 pieces in my head at any given time and trying to […]

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Mean Girls Dynasty

By Charlie Johnston Back when I was a young fella my pet peeve was all of my friends who claimed that smoking marijuana helped facilitate deep and insightful thought in them. Now I was not completely abstinent, but I didn’t care for it because it would make my head fuzzy for three days – and […]

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There’s No Place Like Home

By Charlie Johnston In the story of the Wizard of Oz the Scarecrow desperately wants a brain. When he finally meets the old huckster, the Wizard tells him sadly that he can’t give him a brain. Perking up, the Wizard says he can, however, give him a diploma. Folks, this was only a movie. It […]

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Just Say No (Updated)

By Charlie Johnston Arghhh! I was supposed to note yesterday that I will give my last presentation of the spring this Sunday, April 10. It will be in the St. Louis area. Actually, it will be in downtown Belleville, Illinois – where I lived for five years. That will give me a chance to visit […]

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Just Say No

By Charlie Johnston We have just started our Easter quarterly fundraising appeal. Yeah, I know, I hate these things, too. But at CORAC we charge for nothing while offering a ton of services and activities – and we have to get the money somewhere to keep things afloat. In a little over a week, I […]

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