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Book Review: An Account Of The Manner In Which Sentences Of Penal Servitude Are Carried Out In England

An Account of the Manner in Which Sentences of Penal Servitude Are Carried Out in England, by Edmund F. Du Cane I must admit that when I read this book I had never heard of Edmund F. Du Cane before.  Although … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Kid Rock

Let it never be said about Kid Rock that he did not pay his dues in the music business before achieving popularity.  Although he might strike some people as an overnight success given his massive popularity after 1998, his story … Continue reading

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Book Review: Law & Liberty

Law & Liberty, by Rousas John Rushdoony This book has an interesting history as part of the intensely prolific writings of this fairly typically prolific Theonomist writer.  Given originally as a series of radio addresses in the 1960’s, these books … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Death Of American Virtue

The Death Of American Virtue:  Clinton vs. Starr, by Ken Gormley A friend of mine loaned this book to me quite a while ago, and I long delayed reading it for two main reasons.  The first of the reasons is … Continue reading

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It’s Fire In The Streets Now, But It’s Quiet In Your Head

Shortly after starting this blog, the violence of the ongoing Syrian Civil War became something I paid attention to from time to time.  Given my time constraints, writing about it at length has not been feasible, because it is nothing … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Win The Culture War

How To Win The Culture War:  A Christian Battle Plan For A Society In Crisis, by Peter Kreeft This is the first book by the author I have read (it will not be the last) and it has some similarities … Continue reading

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Esperanto And The EU’s Unusual Revenge

This evening as I was looking at my youtube video feed, I noticed that there was a video from a channel I look at from time to time to feed my polyglot interests that had an unusual news report that I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cultures Of The World: Saint Lucia

Cultures Of The World:  Saint Lucia, by Tamra Orr As is my custom when I plan my travels for the Feast of Tabernacles to foreign countries [1], I like to get insight about a country by reading about it.  Perhaps … Continue reading

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Both Ends Against The Middle

Today at lunch, as is often the case, I spent a great deal of time having to listen to one of my coworkers who missed his true calling as a talk radio host and instead sells health insurance.  Over and … Continue reading

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Book Review: How We Forgot The Cold War

How We Forgot The Cold War:  A Historical Journey Across America, by Jon Wiener The way this author goes on about progressives and insults the conservative view of the Cold War, which he oversimplifies and mischaracterizes, he should be called … Continue reading

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