Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Liberals’ War of Extermination

In peace there’s nothing so becomes a man As modest stillness and humility; But when the blast of war blows in our ears, Then imitate the action of the tiger; -Shakespeare’s Henry V In a wise and sensible book, American … Continue reading

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The Better Part

The whole drift of their institution is contrary to that of the wise Legislators of all countries, who aimed at improving instincts into morals, and at grafting the virtues on the stock of the natural affections. They, on the contrary, … Continue reading

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Clerical Devils

The Bishop was there in his lace and lawn, And the cassocked priest, — I saw him yawn,– The rich and great and virtuous too, Stood smug and contented, each in his pew. -Thomas Nelson Page “The Needle’s Eye” Let’s … Continue reading

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The Evening Mists of Europe

My lips smile no more, my heart loses its lightness; No dream of the future my spirit can cheer. I only can brood on the past and its brightness The dear ones I long for again gather here. From ev’ry … Continue reading

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