Daily Archives: June 2, 2020

Virtue Signalling As A Hindrance To Justice

One of the things about contemporary society that bothers me the most is virtue signalling.  Wikipedia’s definition of the term was written by someone who doesn’t like being accused of virtue signalling:  “a pejorative neologism for the conspicuous expression of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Brian’s Hunt

Brian’s Hunt, by Gary Paulsen This book was something that I read as a result of a challenge from some friends of mine I was visiting yesterday (as I write this) after Pentecost services.  As it happens, the only other … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jefferson Davis

Jefferson Davis, by Clement Eaton Jefferson Davis is a mysterious man with regards to the Civil War.  It is not that he seems a hard man to understand himself–like many political leaders he struggled with his physical health and in … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Neutrals

The Neutrals, by Denis J. Fodor It is perhaps not surprising that the various neutrals of World War II should find themselves shifting in response to the course of the war and that regardless of their own desire to remain … Continue reading

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