Saturday

I measure my stress level by how much this does or doesn't happen to me: "Work destroys your soul by stealthily invading your brain during the hours not officially spent working." Nassim Taleb

Probably why I'm getting so much tail: "Sexual patterns that have emerged as a result of the decline of monogamy have seen a greater level of sexual choice for an elite of men and a growing celibacy among a large male population at the bottom of the pecking order." Angela Nagle, Kill All Normies

The fifth gospel: "The power of charity and kindness is of incalculable value in making Christ known to people." Benedict Groeschel

"Just as Kirk believed God would punish America for the inhumane atrocities it committed during World War II, [Paul Elmer] More believed World War I was the gods' punishment for nineteenth-century liberal arrogance, hubris, and pride." Bradley Birzer, Russell Kirk, American Conservative

Hence the problem with government: "A community is an organic reality which springs from being one in heart. There needs to be a cause, a reason which makes a group band together in the first place." Catherine Doherty. The more government does, the less we need community for. The more the State does, the more society declines. (Highly recommended in this regard: Frank Chodorov, The Rise and Fall of Society.)

Eric Scheske

Eric Scheske