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Greg Maresca | Remnant Columnist

Headlining Major League Baseball’s (MLB) offseason was not its uniform fiasco, the Players Association’s battles, the new ownership of the Baltimore Orioles or the bickering over broadcast rights.  Rather, it was the record $700-million contract the Los Angeles Dodgers accorded Shohei Ohtani, the richest in sports’ history. 

Easter Sunday, the high holy day of the Christian liturgical calendar, is just another day on the job. Worship has been uprooted and dismissed by the money changers. It’s not like this hasn’t happened before. 

Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade with their 2022 Dobbs decision and gave the States’ the power to determine their abortion laws, Minnesota wasted no time in enshrining abortion up until birth in their constitution.  Moreover, Minnesota is one of 17 states where tax dollars fund nearly half of their abortions.

The COVID-19 lockdown was a practice run. The National Guard in the subways is more of the same.

28% of Americans say they are atheists, agnostics, or nothing in particular. With its steady growth, the group has been labeled: “nones.” Provided nones were a religious denomination, they would be the largest in the country and their numbers are growing.

Modernists think – either out of arrogance or regret – that the era of the saints is over.  Saints, and the miracles that accompany them, exist and have in every era.

With the presidential primary season underway, we inch ever closer to a rematch for the ages.

Every sequence of time has its golden epoch.  For radio, more specifically on the AM side of the dial, its half century run from its advent at KDKA in Pittsburgh in the 1920s to the late 1970s – AM was king – the internet of its era. 

Most know the Super Bowl is a week away – a secular holiday if there ever was one. However, how many are aware that Iranian mercenaries killed three U.S. Soldiers in Jordan.  More to the point, how many know we have troops in Jordan?  What about the recently concluded World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland? The WEF has been meeting annually for 54 years, just four years less than the inaugural Super Bowl in 1967.

As the NFL bread and circus brigade marches blindly toward Super Bowl Sunday, the league finally tipped their hand when it streamed one of their wildcard playoff games between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins. Perhaps you were one of the 23 million who flew over that paywall by subscribing to Peacock for the privilege.