Mary A. Nicholas

Mary A. Nicholas has a degree in medicine and a degree in theology from the John Paul II Institute and has written for American Thinker and Homilectic and Pastoral Review.

Most Recent Articles by Mary A. Nicholas:

Terrorism from the Swamp

Mar 26, 2017 — Mary A. Nicholas

“If I send you a machinegun and tell you it is a baby carriage, and I send it to you wheel by wheel and nut by nut and you do not know until you have assembled the thing that it is a machinegun and not a baby carriage,” that is exactly what has happened to this country. We are being sold machineguns without knowing it is [a]machinegun.”—(Testimony of Bella Dodd, Scope of Soviet Activity in the United States, U.S. Senate, Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee of the Judiciary, June 12, 1956, p. 1481)

The Deepest State

Mar 20, 2017 — Mary A. Nicholas

“That the existential realm of man could be taken over by pseudorealities whose fictitious nature threatens to become indiscernible is truly a depressing thought. And yet, the Platonic nightmare, I hold, possesses an alarming contemporary relevance. For the general public is reduced to a state where people are not only unable to find out about the truth but also become unable even to search for the truth because they are satisfied with deception and trickery that have determined their convictions, satisfied with a fictitious reality created by design through the abuse of language.” (Joseph Pieper, Abuse of Language—Abuse of Power, 1974)

Case in point: Post 9/11 an additional 145 Americans have been killed in 50 separate acts of deadly Islamic terror or Islam-related honor killing in the United States. There have been no attacks from global warming. Yet, in a recent poll more people were more afraid of global warming than Isis.

Steve Bannon Class Enemy

Nov 19, 2016 — Mary A. Nicholas

Let’s face it Steve Bannon is a class enemy. Next they’ll call him a kulak- -or fascist. His crime on top of being an anti-Semitic, homophobic, racist, and Islamophobic, was standing up against the left wing media establishment. But it’s worse than that- - he beat them! Yet his biggest crime against the state was wanting to stop the destruction of the U.S. Leading a successful conservative media establishment and presenting an alternative narrative, can be thrown in the mix. They might even call him, hold your breath, a capitalist a deadly label for the left. Definitely not like Obama, Soros and the Clintons, proletarian poseurs and provocateurs while privately jetting on the public’s dollar.

In a Post-Orwellian World- -The Real Elephant in the Election

Aug 19, 2016 — Mary A. Nicholas

Unless you had taken a course in advanced agit-prop you would not have recognized that Seddique Mateen, the father of the Orlando nightclub shooter, was a plant. He was part of the propaganda for Hillary playing to sparsely attended audiences from coast to coast. Produced and directed by radical “let it all hang out” leftists, it works in coordination with misogynistic Islamic supremicists, who believe in forced marriage of children under 13 and clitorectomies. (Here and here

The purpose of Mateen in Florida, a state Hillary needs to win, was to change the narrative since Khizr Khan had been so successful in changing the narrative at the Democratic National Convention. Every person attending a presidential candidate’s event is hand-picked beforehand and those “selected” for front or second row status are chosen for ideology, gender, race, or ethnicity. There is no chance that the Clinton show did not know or rehearse this.

Dreams from Their Father

Apr 2, 2014 — Mary A. Nicholas

Karl Marx has had more impact on the minds of men and women in modern times than almost any other philosopher. One of his great claims about his philosophy was that it was “scientific.” Not “a knowledge or a system of knowledge covering general truths or the operation of general laws,” but an ideology that would transform the nature of man. It was a philosophy whose lineage includes terrorism, dictatorships and the ideology of the anti-human environmentalists.

ObamaCare- - The Tyranny of the Idea

Oct 29, 2013 — Mary A. Nicholas

We have seen all the glitches but the real problem is that a country of 300,000,000 fears ObamaCare working.  A country that had the best medical system in the world knows it is losing that and preparing for its funeral which will be a gauche state affair.

Twisted Roots of Race-Baiting

Aug 1, 2013 — Mary A. Nicholas

Race-Baiting is a gun aimed recklessly at the heart and soul of America gathering traction as a result of Obama and Media Inc. v Zimmerman.

Foggy Foggy Bottom

May 23, 2013 — Mary A. Nicholas

When you hear the phrase “witch hunt” propagandists have conditioned you to make an association with “McCarthyism” a period of time when it shrieked about clearing people loyal to the Soviet Union out of government positions. Various government departments harbored traitors such as the Rosenbergs and Hiss but the nexus was at State. With the aid of the left, McCarthyism- - inaccurately- - has come to mean accusations against innocent people and smearing them in public. But to put “McCarthyism” in perspective, the word itself was coined by the KGB in Moscow and first used in The Daily Worker, the communist party’s newspaper. The campaign against “McCarthyism”was initiated by Gus Hall in 1950 at a special session of the National Committee of the Communist Party and endorsed by Stalin himself in 1952. (Budenz, The Bolshevik Invasion of the West,124) Why? There was one simple reason: McCarthy’s exposures were gaining traction with the public and the left needed to shut him down.

Guns and Guerrillas

Apr 18, 2013 — Mary A. Nicholas

Law abiding U.S. citizens are looking up the barrel of a gun as their rights are shattered in front of their eyes. Some of the most vocal proponents for gun control are the radical home-grown terrorists still enchanted with the gangrenous rot of guerrillas and genocidal murderers. The war against guns is being waged on the battlefield of propaganda and Hollywood. That’s why it’s critical, in the discussion on gun control, to go back to “the sixties,” not to 2012 in Newtown.