You should read “That doesn’t go there”

A recent post by Ann Barnhardt — who may perhaps be Ann Coulter writing under a pseudonym (I’ve long suspected that Coulter is a closet Catholic) — covers the topic of marital chastity succinctly, crassly, and correctly: That Doesn’t Go There. It is worth a read.

I’ll caution my readers that Ann is a proponent of the view that Benedict is the current valid Pope, and Francis is not. And she does use rather harsh language on the sins of homosexuality. But the post in question is a good bit of wisdom, without all the theological terminology.

— Ron Conte

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5 Responses to You should read “That doesn’t go there”

  1. Mark P. says:

    I’m not sure. I looked up Ann Barnhardt and some youtube videos of her show up – and she is not Ann Coulter.

  2. Felipe R says:

    Wow! You might be right about Narnhardt actually being Coulter! The language and rhetoric used are very similar.

    Moreover, I agree with everything you said about her article.

    Pax Christi

  3. Francisco says:

    Well, I understand the confusion, both named “Ann” and language being similar. It’s like St. John the Apostle being attributed as the author of the 3 Epistles of the N.T. (1, 2 & 3 of John) when it’s almost certain that another John wrote the 3 Epistles, John the Elder.

    Going back to the “Anns”, thanks to the internet we can see that they are not the same person.

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