Monthly Archives: February 2013

Georges Bernanos, Commenting on the Nature of Evil…

“The logic of evil is as strict as hell. The devil is the greatest of logicians, or perhaps, who knows, he may be logic itself.” “No logic is comparable to the logic of hell.” “The poor souls of the damned … Continue reading

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An Analysis of American Public Education

Up From Multiculturalism From the Book, Sex, Lies, & Vast Conspiracies by David Horowitz, who authored with Peter Collier, several Best Selling works: The Rockefellers: An American Dynasty; The Kennedys: An American Dream; The Fords: An American Epic; and The Roosevelts: … Continue reading

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Punchy Company, An Intimate Portrait

The following extract provides a taste of Punchy Company, A Memoir of the Cold War, 1969-1974.  I hope it whets your appetite for more.  It is an adventurous story, true an unembellished; a report of what one soldier’s experience looked … Continue reading

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“The Government,” as in Washington DC

“Free man has only one enemy: the pagan state.” ― Bernanos, an Ecclesial Existence, Hans Urs von Balthasar, A Communio Book, © 1996 Ignatius Press, San Francisco, LOC catalogue number 95-79888, Page 104.

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Instructional observations…

“The known and visible and measurable conditions of the universe are not anterior but consequent to our existence and to our consciousness.  The universe is such as it is because at the center of it there exist conscious and participant … Continue reading

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The Barber Paradox

“There is a barber who shaves all the men in town and only those men who do not shave themselves.  Does the barber shave himself?” ― Modern Physics and Ancient Faith, Stephen M. Barr, University of Notre Dame Press, Notre … Continue reading

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Virgil: a prophet?

“Forty years before the birth of Christ, the Mantuan bard [Virgil], as if inspired by the celestial muse of Isaiah, had celebrated, with all the pomp or oriental metaphor, the return of the Virgin, the fall of the serpent, the … Continue reading

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