Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Symbol and Substance of Europe

“The sign o’ the cross – the spirit above the dust.” – Herman Melville Edward James Corbett was a British hunter, conservationist and author. He was born (1875) and raised in British India, holding the rank of Colonel in the … Continue reading

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That Which Endures

Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light. -Dylan Thomas It’s truly remarkable, and not in a good way, that not one of the remaining presidential candidates cares to bring up the … Continue reading

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Against a Regicide Peace with the Liberals

They never will love where they ought to love, who do not hate where they ought to hate. – Edmund Burke Burke had great success in turning the tide of English public opinion against the French revolution, but he was … Continue reading

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In Spite of Liberaldom

That nature which contemns its origins Cannot be bordered certain in itself -Shakespeare The billboards in Duluth, Minnesota on which white people are depicted as loathsome reptiles not fit to live were put up by the mad-dog, liberal Directory of … Continue reading

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