Auguste Meyrat

Auguste Meyrat is an English teacher and department chair in north Texas. He has a BA in Arts and Humanities from University of Texas at Dallas and an MA in Humanities from the University of Dallas.

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What If We’re the Meanies Here?

David Brooks never bothers to consider who makes the country mean. Rather, he continues to flatter himself and his audience, cynically affirming a toxic outlook that divides and demoralizes a majority of the population.

The Leftist Programming of NPCs

Like mindless NPCs, too many people swallow the falsehoods, parrot the party line, and oppose dissenters who refuse to be programmed. 

Today’s Churches Increasingly Anti-Family

Many Church leaders have done their best to make church a place for the elderly and unattached, not the young. The aesthetic, culture, messaging, and even behavior of the individual worshippers have become explicitly anti-family and anti-youth.

Is the West Turning Fascist?

Leftists use the smear “fascist” so often that the word has become completely untethered from its original meaning. Much like the term “racist,” “fascist” is simply shorthand for anyone who opposes leftism

The Best Marriage Prep Is Adult Prep

As yet another update to marriage prep is considered, it’s debatable just how effective these programs have been in promoting a culture of marriage and family.

Religion’s Decline is Reason’s Decline

People don’t rely on logic and evidence for most of the decisions they make; they follow the suggestions of their media, their tribe, and their appetites. This has led to a decline in Christianity.

A Fabricated Scandal

There’s been great outcry and shock at Archbishop Cordileone banning Nancy Pelosi from Communion. Somehow, the Church and the world have progressed to a point where it’s unexpected for a bishop to condemn what is an obvious evil.

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