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A Sentimental Attachment

And yet, my friends, there are people who say that all this sort of talk is “sentiment;” that what we want to do is to “come down to cotton and corn and pork;” buying and selling, negotiating your bank exchange; … Continue reading

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Like to a Tenement or a Pelting Farm

This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England, This nurse, this teeming womb of royal kings, Fear’d by their breed and famous by their birth, Renowned for their deeds as far from home, For Christian service and true chivalry, … Continue reading

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The Nightmare vs. the Dream

Tis still a dream, or else such stuff as madmen Tongue and brain not; either both or nothing; Or senseless speaking, or a speaking such As sense cannot untie. Be what it is, The action of my life is like … Continue reading

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Laying to Rest the Speculative European

“I can live no longer by thinking.” – Orlando, As You Like It ___________________________ The democratic movements throughout Europe in the 1840s were extensions of the French Revolution that Burke warned would envelop all of Europe if the Jacobin snake … Continue reading

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The European Vision

And so they sailed for Tintagel… –CWNY There is a little side door in Senator McCain’s office that leads down a secret passageway to another door. Sometimes when the devil’s janitors forget to oil the hinges on the other door … Continue reading

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Turning Back the Tide of Color

The white man is responsible for every single civilized feature that Negro Africa possesses; and the present negrophile psychosis, as Dr. Verwoerd calls it, spells doom not only to the white man in Africa but everywhere else. The line has … Continue reading

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Hearts of Flesh

O boundless heart, kept fresh by pity’s dews! –from John Sterling’s “Shakespeare” In traditional societies the people tend to revere, as distinct from worship, their past. They go into the future holding onto the threads of their past because their … Continue reading

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