Month: May 2011

Tuesday

Catholic Arts and Letters Weekly The quiet Catholic convert and scholar Gerard Casey reviews the case for conservative libertarians. Required reading for everyone who clings to the worn-out idea …

Monday

Happy Memorial Day. I expect a dearth of traffic today, consistent with past holiday experiences. I expect the traffic to be especially light, since the country is drying out …

Friday

Not Just for Pancakes George Washington had his own beer recipe. It actually sounds a little scary: bran hops, yeast and molasses. Molasses? I guess I haven’t lived enough. …

Thursday

Freaky May This wild May has blown me away. Not literally, thank goodness, but figuratively. I actually watched the Weather Channel this week for more than “Your Local Forecast.” …

Tuesday

Catholic Arts and Letters Weekly Chesterton sighting, and it’s a big one: Ian Kerr has written a new monster GKC biography. And the Telegraph reviews it. Unfortunately, the Telegraph …

Monday

Twisted Days Sacrilege! On a Sunday no less. I attended my daughter’s Spring choir concert yesterday. We first had to sit through the middle school choirs. One of them …

Thursday

Received in an Email Indian Chief “Two Eagles” was asked by a white U.S. Government official, “You have observed the white man for 90 years. You’ve seen his wars …