From a reader:
I'm a big fan of Micheal Voris's The Vortex, and for a long time you used to post many episodes on your blog. I liked that, because I could listen to The Vortex while I browsed your posts. Just out of curiosity, why have you slowed down on posting The Vortex on your blog?
For the record, I'm a big fan of The Vortex as well. Of course, I can't say I agree with Mr. Voris' opinions on everything, but I think he does an excellent job diagnosing the problems that plague the modern Church Militant, and the culture in general. However, I haven't been posting the embedded links to The Vortex (usually appearing in the TradNews Roundup posts). There are two reasons:
1. I'm in the middle of a move, so my time is limited. I don't have time to watch The Vortex, and I won't post anything to the weblog that I haven't vetted.
2. I'm annoyed, at the moment, with the constant commercials for ChurchMilitantTV's "Lenten Retreat at Sea". I'm not against cruise-ship vacations in theory, though I've never been on one, so I don't really know what they are like first hand. Likewise, I'm certainly not against Lenten retreats. However, I'm not so sure I understand how in the world it could be construed as traditional to merge the two things together. In fact, I couldn't think of a worse place to have a Lenten retreat than on a luxury cruise-ship. It just smells scandalous to me. Anyway, I'm not interested in linking to ChurchMilitantTV until after their cruise-ship thingie.