Friday, December 22, 2017

Sambal Oelek Recipe

Oh Dear – Trail of Russian Dossier Origination Now Directly Leads to The Obama White House….

The Davis-Bacon Act of 1931 and the Breakdown of the Black Family

FBI: Man planned Christmas terror attack for SF's Pier 39

The New Wave auteur who believed great cinema had to be Christian


Fathers, caricatured as embodiments of the hated patriarchy, have been unseated so that a bureaucratic state might increase its power.

London: Caracas On The Thames?


Monday, December 18, 2017

Ladies and Gentlemen…Buster Keaton!

Machiavelli and Change

``It must be considered that there is nothing more difficult to carry out, nor more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to handle, than to initiate a new order of things.  For the reformer has enemies in all those who profit by the old order, and only lukewarm defenders in all those who would profit by the new order, this lukewarmness arising partly from fear of their adversaries, who have the laws in their favour; and partly from the incredulity of mankind, who do not truly believe in anything new until they have had the actual experience of it.''

Let’s Take a Stroll – Letter of Notice From Trump Transition To Congress Outlining Illegal Search and Seizure by Special Counsel Robert Mueller….

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The One Paint Color That Can Increase the Value of Your Home by Thousands

The Cantos Project


Guide To Kulchur by Pound, Ezra

Blood-Drenched Altars: A Catholic Commentary on the History of Mexico


St. José Sánchez del Río: The boy who died for love of Christ the King

Media Ignores Key Alabama Witness Reports That Refute Roy Moore Accuser…

EVERY SINGLE DETAIL of Gloria Allred’s Attack on Roy Moore Has Been Debunked – ARREST HER NOW!

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Police: Florida mother killed 4-year-old who 'talked back,' hid body in dumpster

Police: Teen killed mom hours after she told him he couldn't keep puppy

After swallowing 100 sleeping pills, NKY teen emerges stronger than ever

Nearly half of US cancer deaths blamed on unhealthy behavior

Capital Punishment, Catholicism, and Natural Law: A Reply to Christopher Tollefsen

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Wichita: the harvest after the 'Summer of Mercy'?

An Interview With James Howard Kunstler America’s foremost critic of suburbia talks strip malls, environmentalism, and Christianity.

EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Boyfriend of Roy Moore Accuser: I Don’t Believe Her

Prosecutor: Boy killed when he was pinned by 400-pound step-grandfather

Inside Europe by Gunther, John

Birth Control Industry Is Being Transformed

The Biggest Beneficiary of the Contraception Mandate? Drug Companies

‘Little House on the Prairie’ and the Truth About the American West

Lewis Hideous Strength Real Power is always non-political

Finding the Permanent in the Political: C. S. Lewis as a Political Thinker

The Old Western Man: C.S. Lewis on Politics and Modernity

St. John Paul II Did Not Change Catholic Teaching on Capital Punishment: A Reply to E. Christian Brugger

Monday, November 20, 2017

The Politicization of Motherhood

Women produce more oxytocin than men do, which answers the obvious question of why fathers aren’t as well-suited as mothers for this sort of “sensitive, empathetic nurturing.” People “want to feel that men and women are fungible,” observes Ms. Komisar—but they aren’t, at least not when it comes to parental roles. Fathers produce a “different nurturing hormone” known as vasopressin, “what we call the protective, aggressive hormone.”


The true story of For Greater Glory Our hemisphere’s greatest martyrs remain virtually unknown to English-speaking Catholics.

The Reforma, which also confiscated the lands of Mexico’s indigenous peoples, would ultimately culminate in the concentration of 90 percent of the agricultural land of Mexico in the hands of one percent of the country’s families, resulting in abuses that would lead to the Mexican Revolution of 1910, and the rise of Francisco I.

Billions of dollars at stake in epic battle shaping up between University of California and two Texas Universities

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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Campus Conservatives Should Check Their Own Trolling

The Founding Fathers believed in “ordered liberty”—that freedom could not coexist without virtue. George Washington wrote that the “security of a free Constitution” depends on “teaching the people…to discriminate the spirit of liberty from that of licentiousness.” The Founders predicted that forgetting this lesson would lead to despotism, as men who could not rule themselves would come to be ruled by others.
The importance of self-restraint through virtue lies at the core of both America’s founding and conservative thought. Young conservatives should feel proud to own such a rich intellectual legacy—it was Edmund Burke who wrote that “the restraints on men, as well as their liberties, are to be reckoned among their rights.” In times such as ours, that idea is countercultural, and therefore powerful.

SMU Prof, Local Agencies to Fight South Dallas’ Food Desert With New Seedling Farm

Blood Money: The Civil War and the Federal Reserve

The History of the Hazard Circular

An Illustrated Look at the Terlingua Chili Cook-off

Progressive Era by Rothbard, Murray N.

Harvard Business School professor: Half of American colleges will be bankrupt in 10 to 15 years

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Myths about middle ages

The practice of bloodletting began around 3000 years ago with the Egyptians, then continued with the Greeks and Romans, the Arabs and Asians, then spread through Europe during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. It reached its peak in Europe in the 19th century but subsequently declined and today in Western medicine is used only for a few select conditions.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Literature Humanities: Texts 1937-2018

The Beastles- Belly Movin'

Why Campus Rape Tribunals Hand Down So Many 'Guilty' Verdicts Title IX training is a travesty.

Aid to Africa: donations from west mask '$60bn looting' of continent

The business of aid: there's big money being made fighting poverty, disease and hunger

President Bush Discusses United States International Development Agenda

us rule on aids drugs criticized


The Money in AIDS

7 All-Natural Ways To Keep Mice From Getting Inside Your Home

Monday, November 6, 2017

The Research Proves The No. 1 Social Justice Imperative Is Marriage

Child Sexual Abuse Facts

FACT: Family and acquaintance child sexual abuse perpetrators have reported that they look for specific characteristics in the children they choose to abuse.

  • Perpetrators report that they look for passive, quiet, troubled, lonely children from single parent or broken homes (Budin & Johnson 1989).
  • Perpetrators frequently seek out children who are particularly trusting (Conte et al., 1987) and work proactively to establish a trusting relationship before abusing them (Budin & Johnson, 1989; Conte, Wolfe, & Smith, 1989; Elliott et al., 1995; Warner-Kearney, 1987). Not infrequently, this extends to establishing a trusting relationship with the victim’s family as well (Elliott et al., 1995).

FACT: There are child and family characteristics that significantly heighten or lower risk of sexual abuse. The following risk factors are based on reported and identified cases of abuse.

  • Family structure is the most important risk factor in child sexual abuse. Children who live with two married biological parents are at low risk for abuse. The risk increases when children live with step-parents or a single parent. Children living without either parent (foster children) are 10 times more likely to be sexually abused than children that live with both biological parents. Children who live with a single parent that has a live-in partner are at the highest risk: they are 20 times more likely to be victims of child sexual abuse than children living with both biological parents (Sedlack, et. al., 2010).

The secret lives of 6 Elizabethan heroes who risked death to remain Catholic

Was Shakespeare a secret Catholic? 5 clues that say so

Australia gonorrhoea cases surge 63%

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Can someone find a source for this supposed Lewis quote?

Down Beer Street: History in a Pint Glass - Google Books Result

Eastgate pub

C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and the Inklings

Lewis and Tolkien found that they greatly enjoyed one another’s company, and so they cultivated the habit of meeting on Monday mornings for beer and conversation. Lewis wrote about it in one of his letters: “It has also become the custom for Tolkien to drop in on me of a Monday morning for a glass. This is one of the pleasantest spots in the week. Sometimes we talk English school politics: sometimes we criticise one another’s poems: other days we drift into theology or the state of the nation; rarely we fly no higher than bawdy and puns.”

C. S. Lewis Quotes About Beer

C.S. Lewis Drank Three Pints of Beer in The Morning — A Letter From Tolkien

Nerdy beer question about C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien

J.R.R. Tolkien, Hobbits, and BEER

Monday, September 4, 2017

Two minds The cognitive differences between men and women

In her preface to the first edition, Halpern wrote: “At the time, it seemed clear to me that any between-sex differences in thinking abilities were due to socialization practices, artifacts and mistakes in the research, and bias and prejudice. ... After reviewing a pile of journal articles that stood several feet high and numerous books and book chapters that dwarfed the stack of journal articles … I changed my mind.” Why? There was too much data pointing to the biological basis of sex-based cognitive differences to ignore, Halpern says.

University settles lawsuit with scientist fired after he found soft tissue in dinosaur bones

College junior killed while 'train hopping' in Pittsburgh

Michaels mother said the couple went to the Pitt game, took a nap at her home, attended a cookout there, and then went to the South Side.


I'm the Jewish banker behind the Soros fortune

EXCLUSIVE: Inside one family’s home ravaged by Hurricane Harvey as thousands of Texans pick up the pieces in the wake of historic storm

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Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Thursday, August 17, 2017

A new international currency?

The wealth transfer to the banking system since President Nixon abrogated the Bretton Woods Treaty – without any vote or debate – has been astonishing.  For the period 2006 through 2016, according to the FDIC, they include distributing $818 billion in dividends to bank shareholders, $1.8 trillion in employee compensation, $4 trillion net interest income on money that banks created out of nothing, and $6.5 trillion in revenues net of interest expense.

Why We're Doomed: Our Economy's Toxic Inequality

Rehabbing Red Sox reliever Carson Smith hits bump in comeback

An excerpt from ‘Make Your Own Bed’

What Do We Say About Decent Men Who Died for a Wicked Cause?

Black America is in jeopardy. For every 100 black women of marrying age there are only 81 men: the rest are dead or in jail. Seventy-three percent  of African-American children are born out of marriage. Although universities admit blacks and whites in roughly equal proportions, only 40% of black men graduate within six years of matriculation. Agony over these circumstances motivates the witch-hunt against imagined "micro-aggression," as I wrote two years ago. The "micro-aggression" theory does not explain why African-American women (who presumably are doubly oppressed for being both black and female) have a much higher college graduation rate (50% as opposed to 40%) than black men.