God and Man at Georgetown Prep: How I Became a Catholic Despite 20 Years of Catholic Schooling by Mark Gauvreau Judge
God and man at Georgetown Prep : how I became a Catholic despite 20 years of Catholic schooling
Buckley Jr. Judge had previously written a memoir about the same institution, Wasted: Tales of a GenX Drunk. The author details rampant alcohol abuse at Georgetown Preparatory School, including downing beers with a music teacher from the school, while the teacher was entertained by a stripper. Judge's book garnered reviews from multiple publications including Publishers Weekly ,  First Things ,  Christianity Today ,  and the National Catholic Register. God and Man at Georgetown Prep received increased attention in during the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination in the wake of statements by psychologist Christine Blasey Ford that implicated Brett Kavanaugh and Mark Judge in possible sexual assault. God and Man at Georgetown Prep examines the author's trials and travails at three different well-respected Catholic educational institutions in the United States.
A favorite Judge quote? And the man that he became? Obama lacks courage when it comes to politics, but his real lack of spunk is evident in his abject terror of his wife Michelle. Oh for the days when president George W. Bush gave his wife Laura a loving but firm pat on the backside in public. The man knew who was boss. It's OK to have a good time.
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