A quick-hitting review of Robert Payne's 1957 saintly masterpiece
No George MacDonald, no Tolkien, no Narnia, no Thursday (and no Harry Potter?).
Radio interview with EWTN affiliate
Tom Brady is going to this tenth Superbowl, David Barclay RIP, and did we just witness extortion?
Your personal book curator
Bishop Gomez and the Inauguration Day letter.
The medieval fool was a powerful character. In the nineteenth century, another powerful fool, Nietzsche, emerged. They were both powerful because they both sacrificed all.
Taibbi on the MSM problem, puzzles, Archangel Radio, the Rolling Stones, and seed catalogues
Take the Diocletian Test to find out.
The dark-haired boy just loved to play. It wasn't his fault it drove the girls crazy.
The modern state is ready to flex its power. It's a good time to revisit de Jouvenel's "On Power" and its dissection of modern democracy.