Andrew Miller

Contributing Writer

A native of Louisville, KY, Andrew graduated from The Catholic University of America’s School of Philosophy summa cum laude in 2015. During his time there, Andrew founded and edited The Crosier, a Catholic, pro-life academic journal. In the fall of 2015, Andrew will begin his studies at the University of Virginia Law School.

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Maybe it shouldn’t be surprising anymore when a rap song contains offensive content. But "How Many Times" by DJ Khaled, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, and Big Sean makes even some of the worst material seem somewhat benign. 

The song focuses on the rappers’ attempts at enticing women to have sex with them, with the recurring line, “How many times I gotta tell that ass to come over? (sic)” It’s a safe assumption that they’re not talking about a stubborn mule. 

Vince Vaughn’s affirmation of gun rights in British GQ earlier this week prompted almost no response from mainstream media. Some fringe media like Alternet were not so willing to pass it over. The results were nothing less than hilarious.

Alternet rags on celebrities with any conservative streak.

On Tuesday, The Daily Beast talked with Jaiyah Saelua, a transgender men’s World Cup soccer player for American Samoa who has styled himself the ‘Samoan Caitlyn.” What the Daily Beast terms Saelua’s “triumph” turns out to be two unrelated events he personally did nothing to bring about: Sepp Blatter, the corrupt head of FIFA, stepped down, and Bruce Jenner now calls himself Caitlyn.

Being uncomfortable with transgenderism is ‘sexual bigotry.’

A Washington Post article titled ‘How Caitlyn Jenner won Bruce Jenner’s Olympic medals’ began by denouncing Nickelodeon star Drake Bell and a tweet he wrote about Jenner, but went on to ponder the deeper implications of transgenderism on history. The result is as bizarre as the photo that inspired it.

After Caitlyn Jenner’s gender transformation, Bell tweeted: “Sorry….still calling you Bruce.” Cue the firestorm of media backlash.

Post article advocates for full memory scrub for Jenner.

“Who wouldn’t want to be part of the tradition of misogyny and homophobia?” – the sarcastic question that Netflix’s new comedy 'Grace and Frankie' poses at the idea of traditional wedding vows. 

Starring Sam Waterston, Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, and Martin Sheen – all liberals of impeccable credentials – the show focuses on the divorce of two married couples, and the subsequent “marriage” of the two ex-husbands. Yes, you read that correctly.

Netflix ‘comedy’ about divorce, infidelity and homosexuality.

If Christianity is the subject, TIME gives a crap … literally.

This Friday, TIME published a story about a 1996 painting of the Madonna by contemporary British artist Chris Ofili. ‘The Holy Virgin Mary’ is encrusted with elephant dung and surrounded by cutouts of female genitalia from porn magazines. It’s a degrading, insulting portrayal. Naturally, TIME published a color photo of it.

What’s helping broken families compared to running afoul of the LGBT agenda?

Billboard's new filth-filled hit.

Smug lefty writer enthralls smug HuffPo Live lefties with smug lefty take on religion.

Shows say more about atrocious parenting than gender identity.

Vatican comments twisted again to favor gay agenda.

Editor's Note: To embrace "diversity," ABC is greenlighting the Dan Savage-inspired and anti-Catholic sitcom "The Real O'Neals." 

You have to wonder if there’s anything Dan Savage could do that would cost him the love of the media elites. His being a nasty bigot hasn’t kept ABC from developing a prime time sitcome based on his life, and now Newsweek thinks readers would benefit from Savage’s thoughts on the state of sex in America.

Lauded by the magazine as “the mouthpiece of modern sex,” the gay activist and sleazy sex columnist focused many of his answers on consent and respect. “We should be kind and considerate and compassionate and forthright and honest.  What matters is consent, joy and consideration for one another,” he says. 

In Newsweek, $1 magazine gets Savage’s 2 cents on ‘future of sex.’