Thursday, December 31, 2015

Gain Plenary Indulgences on 31 Dec and 1 Jan

Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Magnificat à trois voix H.73

The Mass of the Roman Rite: Its Origins and Development (Missarum Sollemnia)

The mass; a study of the Roman liturgy

Christian worship: its origin and evolution; a study of the Latin liturgy up to the time of Charlemagne

Liturgical prayer : its history & spirit

Liturgica historica : papers on the liturgy and religious life of the Western church

History of the Roman breviary

Ordo romanus primus, with introduction and notes

Saint John and Belloc: Patmos and the Holy Land

In Denial About Crime

Up to 34 MILLION blank 'green cards' and work permits to be ordered ahead of Obama illegal immigrant 'amnesty'

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That Flaming Lips Origin Story Is Faker Than You Thought

Monday, December 28, 2015

10-Eye-Opening Quotes From Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger

Single mom meets her angel, future at a Rusty Taco on Greenville Avenue

Chinese medicinal herbs provide niche market for US farmers

Mall Mayhem: Over 1,000 Teens Shut Down Kentucky Mall

The Genius of Christopher Nolan

The word and title "inception" is itself an act of "inception."  The audience accepts the definition of this word given in the movie (putting an idea into another person's mind without that person noticing it), even though this is a made-up meaning, and the actual meaning of the word (a beginning) becomes hidden.  The real meaning of the word is what the film is actually about.

1910-1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets

Friday, December 25, 2015



It is for this reason that over the lintel of every home and homestead we would build on the land might well be cut in stone: 

Thursday, December 24, 2015

The constitutional history of England from the accession of Henry VII to the death of George II by Hallam, Henry, 1777-1859

Lingard's history of England abridged: with a continuation, from 1688 to 1854

Andrew Jackson and the bank of the United States by Royall, William Lawrence, 1844-1911

The great conspiracy of the House of Morgan exposed, and how to defeat it by Loucks, Henry Langford, 1846-

The money question, The legal tender paper monetary system of the United States. An analysis of the specie basis or bank currency system, and of the legal tender paper money system by Berkey, William A. (William Augustus), 1823-1902

History of the legal tender paper money issued during the great rebellion, being a loan without interest and a national currency by Spaulding, Elbridge Gerry, 1809-1897

A Short History of Paper-money and Banking in the United States: Including an Account of ... by William M. Gouge

Financial catechism and history of the financial legislation of the United States, from 1862 to 1882 by Brice, S.M

A call to action : an interpretation of the great uprising, its source and causes by Weaver, James Baird, 1833-1912

James Harvey Paper Money (1877)

Jonathan Duncan The Bank Charter Act (1857)

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Sofigado Greek Stew

'I didn't think it was real!': Man breaks down after couple who gave him a ride home one cold night turn up at his house to give him a CAR

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The encyclical of Leo XIII on the condition of labour: Together with letters ... By Catholic Church. Pope (1878-1903 : Leo XIII), William Thomas Stead


The Church and the Land By Fr. Vincent McNabb


Nazareth or Social Chaos By Fr. Vincent McNabb



One of the saddest things about this whole controversy is that our opponents look upon agrarianism as visionary. Here is what Chesterton said about such a criticism:
G.K. Chesterton, The Outline of Sanity (London : Dodd & Mead, 1937).

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Cobbett Reformation

Blackstone Public Assistance

The law not only regards life and member, and protects every man in the enjoyment of them, but also furnishes him with every thing necessary for their support. For there is no man so indigent or wretched, but he may demand a supply sufficient for all the necessities of life, from the more opulent part of the community, by means of the several statutes enacted for the relief of the poor, of which in their proper places. A humane provision; yet, though dictated by the principles of society, discountenanced by the Roman laws. For the edicts of the emperor Constantine, commanding the public to maintain the children of those who were unable to provide for them, in order to prevent the murder and exposure of infants, an institution founded on the same principle as our foundling hospitals, though comprized in the Theodosian code, were rejected in Justinian's collection.

Holland by Rogers, James E. Thorold (James Edwin Thorold), 1823-1890

The first nine years of the Bank of England. An enquiry into a weekly record of the price of bank stock from August 17, 1694 to September 17, 1703

Six centuries of work and wages; the history of English labour by Rogers, James E. Thorold (James Edwin Thorold), 1823-1890

A history of agriculture and prices in England, from the year after the Oxford parliament (1259) to the commencement of the continental war (1793); comp. entirely from original and contemporaneous records by Rogers, James E. Thorold (James Edwin Thorold), 1823-1890; Rogers, Arthur George Liddon, 1864-

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Introduction to Saint Trophime, Arles, France

Mike Maloney-Bond Bubble Bust Will Be Devastating

Jethro Tull - Benefit [Digitally Remastered with bonus tracks] Album (2001)

G.K. Chesterton, A Short History of England, 1917.

National debt spikes $578 billion in three weeks

As of Friday, total national debt stood at $18.72 trillion.

Treaty of Dover England-France [1670]

Ezra Pound Collection

GK Chesterton and Ezra Pound

... became friends as of 1934-1935.  In the 1935 letter, EP says "we are all three [EP, GKC, Hilaire Belloc] against Shaw, Wells, etc...."  Canto 45 is published in 1937.

St. Hilaire and St. Trophime in Canto 45 are probably puns on Hilaire Belloc and GKC (Trophimos means one who feeds or one who is fed in Greek, and GKC was notoriously well-fed).

Materialien zur Geld-, Zins- und Schuldenproblematik

The Natural Economic Order By Silvio Gesell

With Usura - Some footnotes on Ezra Pound's Canto XLV

Projects costing more than $4 million

The Office of Facilities Planning & Construction (OFPC) delivers unsurpassed, high-value facilities to the institutions of The University of Texas System. From the largest academic campuses to the smallest health science institutions, no one knows the Texas design and construction industry better than OFPC. We deliver unique, superior management support solutions.

Distributism by DeBoer-Langworthy, Carol

AN Wilson discusses GK Chesterton.

"Usura" di Ezra Pound.

Letters of Ezra pound: 1907-1941

GKC review of Pound essays

Monday, November 23, 2015

Rollercoaster Crash: Top 4 Reasons For Deflation - Hidden Secrets Of Money 6 (Mike Maloney)

Global debt defaults near milestone

Texas Teacher Attacked by 16-Year-Old Student For Correcting Class Assignment…

Books on Distributism

Fr. Vincent McNabb, The Church and the Land, IHS Press, 2003.  ISBN: 0971489467

The Rural Solution: Modern Catholic Voices on Going “Back to the Land”, several contributors, Traditionalist Press, 2003.  ISBN: 0954563204

Amintore Fanfani, Catholicism, Protestantism, and Capitalism, IHS Press, 2003.  ISBN: 0971489475
Beyond Capitalism and Socialism, ed. Tobias J. Lanz, Light in the Darkness Publications, 2008.  ISBN: 9781932528107

Project Gutenberg Titles by Hilaire Belloc

Teen Charged in Killing of Indianapolis Pastor's Pregnant Wife

History of Canadian Wealth by Gustavus Myers Published 1914

they who control the means by which a dependent class must live, control the livelihood and conditions of that class 

Friday, November 20, 2015

Man accused in death of Kentucky girl who vanished during football game

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HHS: Bailing out Obamacare insurers an 'obligation' of the federal government

Belloc Free Press

But what I do not see is the avenue whereby the great mass of the people can now be restored to an interest in the way in which they are governed, or even in the re-establishment of their own economic independence.[Pg 99]
So far as I can gather from the life around me, the popular appetite for freedom and even for criticism has disappeared. The wage-earner demands sufficient and regular subsistence, including a system of pensions, and, as part of his definition of subsistence and sufficiency, a due portion of leisure. That he demands a property in the means of production, I can see no sign whatever. It may come; but all the evidence is the other way. And as for a general public indignation against corrupt government, there is (below the few in the know who either share the swag or shrug their shoulders) no sign that it will be strong enough to have any effect.
All we can hope to do is, for the moment, negative: in my view, at least. We can undermine the power of the Capitalist Press. We can expose it as we have exposed the Politicians. It is very powerful but very vulnerable—as are all human things that repose on a lie. We may expect, in a delay perhaps as brief as that which was required to pillory, and, therefore, to hamstring the miserable falsehood and ineptitude called the Party System (that is, in some ten years[Pg 100]or less), to reduce the Official Press to the same plight. In some ways the danger of failure is less, for our opponent is certainly less well-organized. But beyond that—beyond these limits—we shall not attain. We shall enlighten, and by enlightening, destroy. We shall not provoke public action, for the methods and instincts of corporate civic action have disappeared.
Such a conclusion might seem to imply that the deliberate and continued labour of truth-telling without reward, and always in some peril, is useless; and that those who have for now so many years given their best work freely for the establishment of a Free Press have toiled in vain, I intend no such implication: I intend its very opposite.
I shall myself continue in the future, as I have in the past, to write and publish in that Press without regard to the Boycott in publicity and in advertisement subsidy which is intended to destroy it and to make all our effort of no effect. I shall continue to do so, although I know that in "The New Age" or the "New Witness" I have but one reader, where in the "Weekly Dispatch"[Pg 101] or the "Times" I should have a thousand.
I shall do so, and the others who continue in like service will do so, first, because, though the work is so far negative only, there is (and we all instinctively feel it), a Vis Medicatrix Naturæ: merely in weakening an evil you may soon be, you ultimately will surely be, creating a good: secondly, because self-respect and honour demand it. No man who has the truth to tell and the power to tell it can long remain hiding it from fear or even from despair without ignominy.To release the truth against whatever odds, even if so doing can no longer help the Commonwealth, is a necessity for the soul.

Father James Schall's latest book, Remembering Belloc

Is This How The Next Global Financial Meltdown Will Unfold?

The Blithedale Romance

Gun-wielding jihadis take 170 hostage after storming Mali hotel leaving 'at least 27' dead

Prominent Scientists Declare Climate Claims Ahead of UN Summit ‘Irrational’ – ‘Based On Nonsense’ – ‘Leading us down a false path’

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Record Crushing Fraud From NOAA And NASA Ahead Of Paris

Thursday, November 19, 2015

"G.K. Chesterton: Larger than Life" by Joseph Pearce

“There Was Also Much Singing”: A Review of The Hound of Distributism

The Belloc Society 60th Anniversary Commemorative Talk

The Hilaire Belloc Blog

Hilaire Belloc (1870–1953)

A Reader's Guide to Hilaire Belloc

Survivals and New Arrivals: The Old and New Enemies of the Catholic Church (1929) by Hilaire Belloc

Why Belloc Still Matters


The New Age Orage, A. R. (editor) London: The New Age Press, 1907 / 1922

How James Madison doctored the story of the Constitutional Convention of 1787

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Chagas Disease Spreading In Texas: 10 Things To Know About Deadly Borne Infection

Bob Smith Football Card

Belloc at Fordham

The Great Heresies By Hilaire Belloc

Belloc William the Conqueror

CHURCH HISTORY Roman Catholic Books

Syria's war: a 5-minute history

The Return of Electroshock Therapy

The treatment’s chief drawback, for now, is that without maintenance therapy (whether drugs or more ECT), its benefits last many patients only about six months to a year.

EXCLUSIVE: The 35th birthday party that became the Café of Angels massacre - how ELEVEN friends who worked together at Paris eaterie were gunned down side by side

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Friday, November 13, 2015

8-year-old boy beats 1-year old girl to death while mothers at nightclub, police say

“That one was definitely alive”: An undercover video at one of the nation’s biggest pork processors

Record number of Millennials are living with their parents

Eighth-graders allegedly stab woman to death at car wash, prop her body up for a joyride

Ironic Timing – Report: First load of Anticipated “10,000 Syrian Refugees” Has Arrived in New Orleans….

Police Say Video Shows Suspect in Slaying of Pastor's Wife

Supreme court to decide major abortion case for first time since 2007

November 14, 2015 – Show

English is not normal

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

toda nuestra accion es un grito


The Douglas Internet Archive

THE G R E E N B A C K D O L L A R ITS HISTORY AND WORTH AWAY WITH BONDS ! Restore the Greenback ! Bounce the Bondholder BY BENJAMIN S. HEATH

Greenback Dollar Benjamin Heath

The passing of the idle rich by Martin, Frederick Townsend

Commerce, Christianity, and civilization, versus British free trade. Letters in reply to the London Times;

carey harmony of interests


The Online Books Page Online Books by Henry Charles Carey

henry c. carey financial crises

Obama Explains Why 'The Greatest Corporate Power Grab In History' Is "The Right Thing For America"

A SUMMARY OF THE 2015 ANNUAL REPORTS Social Security and Medicare Boards of Trustees

Social Security’s total expenditures have exceeded non-interest income of its combined trust funds since 2010, and the Trustees estimate that Social Security cost will exceed non-interest income throughout the 75-year projection period. The Trustees project that this annual cash-flow deficit will average about $76 billion between 2015 and 2018 before rising steeply as income growth slows to its sustainable trend rate after the economic recovery is complete while the number of beneficiaries continues to grow at a substantially faster rate than the number of covered workers.

$944,143,000,000: Social Security Administration Spending Hit Record in FY2015; $6,345 For Every American With a Job

Monday, November 2, 2015

U. S. money vs. corporation currency, "Aldrich plan." Wall street confessions! Greek bank combine

A Brief History Of Crime: How The Fed Became The Undemocratic, Corrupt & Destructive Force It Is Today

Death Rates Rising for Middle-Aged White Americans, Study Finds

Flannery O’Connor Reads ‘A Good Man is Hard to Find’

Denmark says it isn’t the socialist utopia Bernie Sanders thinks it is

The intolerable dream by Gary Saul Morson Don Quixote at four hundred.

The triangular trade

Pentagon offers no answers on $43 million price tag for Afghan gas station

Sunday, November 1, 2015

decadent hot chocolate mix

44-clove garlic soup

Fresh Broccoli Salad

Medicaid extension an aid to millions- American dwellers

Marc Sigoloff trusts he gets an opportunity to express gratitude toward President Obama in individual one day. “I truly trust that he spared my existence with what he did,” he says.

Marc Sigoloff of Springfield is known among Illinois collectors for his focus on Barack Obama buttons. At about 5,400 buttons, it is the largest Obama collection in existence, he said.

Monday, October 26, 2015

American capitalism is in great danger

How Congress Stopped a Massive Obamacare Bailout

The Fed's next move? Negative interest rates

DJ Schmolli — God's Gonna Cut You Down

FDR’s 1933 Gold Confiscation was a Bailout of the Federal Reserve Bank

Banks Ramp Up Their Muni Holdings

Wendell Berry, Burkean The farmer-novelist on politics, faith, land, and economy

Modern America knows that divorce is good for business, and a marriage that makes a reasonably productive and self-sufficient household economy is bad for business.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Thursday, October 22, 2015


Germany and England by Cramb, J. A. (John Adam), 1862-1913

Napoleons Tomb or the Apotheosis of Napoleon, 1821,-1821.html

Clear Thinking on Race

 Take Brown v. Board of Education, the Court’s most important decision in the 20th century. Sowell does not discuss it, but the Court’s unanimous opinion was a mess. With its reliance on the results of an experiment involving black children who showed a preference for white over black dolls, it barely qualified as constitutional reasoning. Let’s leave the Constitution aside: What was the evidence that black children, as a consequence of segregation, acquired “a feeling of inferiority . . . unlikely ever to be undone”? Or that their preference for the white dolls was a sign of low esteem? The doll study had numerous flaws, including the sample size and the lack of a control group. But, most important, a study by the same researcher, Kenneth Clark, found that black children in a northern state without segregated schools were even more likely to prefer the white doll than those in the Jim Crow South.

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Study: Psychiatric Drugs Linked to Violent Crime

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Tasty Sausage And Apple Stuffed Acorn Squash

The Murder of Kelly Thomas WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT


overholser history of money;view=1up;seq=2

Benton 30 years view

duel between clay and randolph

Christopher Hollis A tribute by Douglas Woodruff

Robert McNair Wilson

McNair Wilson and Pound kept up a quarter-century's correspondence, from 1934 to 1959.

MW Senior definitely never "embraced Fascism" but he did write a pro-Socialist novel, They Want Their Wages, under the pen name Harry Colindale

The Life of Thomas Hart Benton, by William M. Meigs by William Montgomery Meigs

John Randolph of Roanoke, 1773-1833; a biography based largely on new material by Bruce, William Cabell

Coffee Addiction: How to Naturally Kick the Habit