Monthly Archives: March 2011

Thursday

Jones and Food Rolling Stone magazine lights up Alex Jones. Kinda. It starts off swinging hard. Toward the beginning of the piece: “The Gates Foundation? ‘Obviously a eugenics operation.’ The latest WikiLeaks dump? ‘All the hallmarks of an intelligence disinfo … Continue reading

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Some Good Late Night Lines

Conan: ‘President Obama gave a nationally televised speech about Libya. The speech was titled, “No, I wasn’t born there.’” Kimmel: “President Obama escalated the war in Afghanistan, he sent the Navy in to shoot at pirates in the Indian Ocean, … Continue reading

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Wednesday

C.S. Lewis was a very good debater. He wasn’t as viciously clever as Belloc, nor as disarmingly effective as Chesterton, but he was good. They say he never lost a debate while at Oxford. Until he ran into Elizabeth Anscombe. … Continue reading

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Tuesday

Catholic Arts and Letters Weekly This guy broke into Auschwitz. Perhaps the best link in today’s post. . . . more>> And Germany still can’t get over the Nazis. Is that what’s driving its opposition to intervening in Libya? It’s … Continue reading

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Monday

More Hans Hans-Hermann Hoppe might be the most original thinker on the face of the earth today. Over the weekend, I found this lengthy interview with him. I have only grazed it, but I have downloaded it for close reading … Continue reading

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Something for Sunday Morning

“We can do no great things–only small things with great love.” Mother Teresa Bookmark it: del.icio.us | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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Friday

Drunk Dating What’s the hardest part of giving up drinking? The buzz? The relaxation? The good times? The taste? Nope. If you’re single, it’s the difficulty of dating, according to this guy. When I was dating, I routinely drank beforehand … Continue reading

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Wednesday

The Ruling Class You’ve seen cyber-lists about the horrible state of the U.S. economy. This site has taken the exercise one step further: it has juxtaposed fourteen financial facts about the Ruling Class against fourteen financial facts about the Subjected. … Continue reading

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TEE

The Evening Eudemon JPMorgan: “The Likelihood That The Portuguese Government Will Fall This Week Looks High” Link. Supreme Court Gives Fed 5 Days to Release Emergency Bank Loan Details; An Important Step in the Right Direction. Link. 10 industries that … Continue reading

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Tuesday

Catholic Arts and Letters Weekly Four minutes of chess. If no winner, three minutes of boxing. It’s chess boxing. Iceland. . . . more>> Josef Pieper, we hardly knew thee! And the author of this otherwise fine piece about leisure … Continue reading

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TEE

The Evening Eudemon Related to this morning’s post: “The United States Department of Justice delivered a very clear and unfortunate message on Friday: ‘Attempts to undermine the legitimate currency of this country are simply a unique form of domestic terrorism. … Continue reading

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Something for Sunday Morning

“Outward restlessness often goes together with inner listlessness. . . . A recollected person, however, who is able to concentrate, to become still, and to withdraw into himself, is inwardly awake. The states of quietness and inner alertness belong together, … Continue reading

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