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A winsome reflection on place, profit, and Protestantism…

The following is my brief review of E. Michael Jones’s brief essay, “Escape From Globalism: Meditations While Rowing Down the Danube”. Having done my share of hiking and bicycle tours, as well as six years of crew in my teens, … Continue reading

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Misery in the midst of abundance…

Our man, Crude, offers “A fast and dirty test to tell a serious thinking from a Social Justice Warrior“. He establishes the need for such a heuristic like so: I am sympathetic to desires to help out the less fortunate – I have … Continue reading

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European Americanism — redivivus?

I’ve not made it a secret that I am very uncomfortable with the Church pandering to the UN, inculcating its worldly verbiage, and generally vindicating the non- (and anti-) Christian autonomy of the UN, but I am truly open to … Continue reading

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