Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Arrest made in ‘Vote Trump’ burning of Mississippi black church

Scorsese's 'Silence' is his most Catholic film

Foster & Sons


CIA and the Wizard of Oz The Russian hacking story shows there isn’t much to see behind the agency’s curtain

The CIA, Washington Post, And Russia: What You're Not Being Told

[Jeff Bezos] recently secured a $600 million contract from the CIA. That’s at least twice what Bezos paid for the Post this year. Bezos recently disclosed that the company’s Web-services business is building a ‘private cloud’ for the CIA to use for its data needs.
But the outlet’s behind-the-scenes relationship with the CIA is nothing new. In 2013, a conflict of interest arose shortly after Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, purchased the newspaper. As the Nation reported at the time:
[Jeff Bezos] recently secured a $600 million contract from the CIA. That’s at least twice what Bezos paid for the Post this year. Bezos recently disclosed that the company’s Web-services business is building a ‘private cloud’ for the CIA to use for its data needs.

‘Rivers Of Blood’ In Berlin.

The Most Disruptive Transformation in History How the clustering of knowledge lays bare the need to devolve power from the nation-state to the city

Devolution and local empowerment would enable blue-state metro economies to invest their own resources while allowing others to do the same. It would respect local differences, local desires, and local needs. Importantly, it could also enable blue and red America to mutually coexist....

We need a strategy and a system where these two Americas can live peaceably beside one another, and where each can undertake the investments and shape the safety nets and other policy measures they need.

Even more importantly, it would start to shift power away from the dangerous anachronism of the nation-state — and the imperial presidency.

Will Tax Cuts and More Federal Borrowing/Spending Fix What's Broken?

45 years of Keynesian "stimulus"--tax cuts and federal borrowing/ spending--haven't stemmed the decline of labor's share of the economy (GDP). As these charts reveal, if labor's share of the economy was still at 50% rather than 42%, households with earnings from work would be getting an astounding $1.35 trillion more per year.
This equates to an additional $10,800 per household, per year (there are roughly 125 million households in the U.S.) or about $100,000 per household per decade.

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Body found believed to be that of ex-'Bridalplasty' contestant

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Why everyone should question the validity of the latest studies on abortion

Justin Raimondo: What Trump Means

How We Will Win Trump’s revolution and the road to freedom

A Strategy for the Right Murray N. Rothbard

And in this era where the intellectual and media elites are all establishment liberal-conservatives, all in a deep sense one variety or another of social democrat, all bitterly hostile to a genuine Right, we need a dynamic, charismatic leader who has the ability to short-circuit the media elites, and to reach and rouse the masses directly. We need a leadership that can reach the masses and cut through the crippling and distorting hermeneutical fog spread by the media elites.

Meine Seel erhebt den Herren

Midnight Mass in the Dominican Rite in NYC

Ave Maria

Brasato al vino rosso (Beef Braised in Red Wine)

The Real Saboteurs of a Trump Foreign Policy

Trump meets with Carlos Slim as Mexican leaders seek better relations

Friday, December 16, 2016


Was Beethoven a Believer? The Case of the “Missa Solemnis”

Gaudete and Rorate Photopost (Part 1) - Zeal for Catholic Tradition

Understanding The Trump Phenomenon

The Lessons of Aleppo By PATRICK J. BUCHANAN

When SWAT Raids Are Routine A conversation with the director of Do Not Resist.

3,000 raids per year in the 1980s, whereas now it’s between 50,000 and 80,000 raids per year....
Today you’re also able to seize the assets inside of the home and have those assets returned directly back to your police department. Gone are the days where you would take the asset and put it into a general fund for the city. After the feds stepped in and created the “equitable sharing” program, as long as a police department includes one federal agent on their task force, then their department itself gets to keep 80 percent of the money, and the feds get 20 percent of the money as a kickback.

Not Fake News: ObamaCare Subsidy Costs Will Jump 30% Next Year

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Thursday, December 8, 2016

LocalHarvest Newsletter, December 7, 2016 Thoughts on Future Food Policy

One concerning issue is there is some talk of separating the food assistance programs from the Farm Bill. Approximately 75% of the last Farm Bill budget went towards nutrition and food assistance programs, including SNAP (i.e. food stamps), senior farmers market vouchers, emergency food assistance, Native American food distribution programs, fresh produce for public schools, and more. Over a quarter of all Americans receive one or more of these benefits.

Subtreasury Plan

Speech of the Hon. Henry Clay, on the Sub-Treasury scheme, delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 19, 1838



The Farmers' register by Ruffin, Edmund, 1794-1865, ed

Noiliiiig is more certain than thai continual 
cropping witiio-ut manure deprives the soil ol" its 
fi'rtility. Ii if^ ecjuaily certain, that IfTiility may 
be preserved or restored, l)y giving to the earili 
animal or veixetable manure equivalent to the mat- 
ter taken li'nm it; and that a [jcrpetual lerlility is 
not, in itseli; incompatible, with an uninterrupted 
succession of crops. The Chinese, it is said, 
smile at the idea that land needs rest, as it" like 
animals, il had a sense of fatigue. Their soil 
does not need rest, because an industrious use is 
made of every teriilizing particle, that can contri- 
bute towards replacino; what has been drawn fi-om 
it. And this is the more practicable with them, as 
almost the whole of what is grown on the fiirms 
is consumed within them.
Vol. 6

Distributism Essential Reading

Washington Post Appends "Russian Propaganda Fake News" Story, Admits It May Be Fake

Cucina Povera: Tuscan Peasant Cooking


Recipes from an Italian Farmhouse


You’ll soon be able to tell Cortana to shut down and restart your Windows 10 PC

Strikes, Anti-Austerity Rallies Held Across Greece