Monthly Archives: December 2014

Why are so many politicians, intellectuals, and journalists so fond of ‘facts’?

“The word “fact” appears neither in the Old or the New Testament.” ― Historical Consciousness, Copyright © 1968 by John Lukacs, Harper & Row, Publishers, Page 99. *** “In any event, around 1900, a certain skepticism about the cult of … Continue reading

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On the political tool, ‘Income Inequality’…

“Even were the time to come when there would be neither poor nor rich, yet there will always be wise and stupid, sly and simple, for so there have ever been and ever will be.” – An observation from The … Continue reading

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The Provenance of the Modern ‘Professor’…

The Carnegie Foundation began [supporting ‘higher education’] by announcing that only colleges, as defined by itself, would be eligible for the [college] grants.  The Foundation then defined a college as requiring so many hours of secondary school education (which are … Continue reading

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Sherman’s Wise Advice to Lincoln, which was Followed to Victory: no Parsing of Words or Language was Necessary…

“I will write plainly and slowly, because I know you have no time to listen to trifles.  This is no trifle; when one nation is at war with another, all the people of the one are enemies of the other: … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Justice and Truth…

“Christians without a brain and poor priests without a conscience, scared at the idea that they will be treated as reactionaries, invite you to Christianize a world that, along with all its resources, if being deliberately and openly organized in … Continue reading

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