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10 Ways to Fight the Marxist Usurpation

(1) Study history because it repeats itself(2) Read any of the Austrian School economists like Hayek, Hazlitt, von Mises, and Reed (and extra fortification via Milton Friedman)(3) Support independent content creators on YouTube and Indiegogo(4) Donate to Project Veritas and Judicial Watch (5) Subscribe to Church Militant, Epoch Times, etc. (6) Boycott companies like The […]

a coded instruction…

…about the location of a silver cup.

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…a place of refreshment, light, and peace.

Were you dazzled by the same constellation?

(1) Coffee: Words from a Grad Student/Addict

Holiday Jazz

(1) Unraveling Anthropologie’s Intoxicating Store Experience Credit: Felicia (2) The Gospel According to Peanuts: How A Charlie Brown Christmas almost didn’t happen (NRO)

Squishy

I want to squish its FACE!!!

Trappist Monks

(1) Monks in Spencer launch brewery (Boston Globe) Credit: Catherine A

“Alright Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up”

(1) Selfies Say ‘Lonely’: Real relationships are based on knowing a person, his flaws as well as his strengths. “Real relationships aren’t based on illusion. They’re based on knowing a person, both his flaws and his strengths, his weaknesses and his traits that suggest the promise of a better someone developing in the future. Photographs […]

Swift’s Houyhnhnms

(1) TED talks are lying to you (Salon) Credit: WOPR

Paraffin Lamps (Campus Fidei)

One final (and personally meaningful) quote from A Good Parcel of English Soil (The Metropolitan Line) by Richard Mabey: “It was scarcely more than a halt to start with, the kind of place where a few milk churns might have been thrown off the train. There was no road access, only a rough footpath on […]

Christmas 2012

Merry Christmas!

Cast by the filtered light’s shadows…

Then there followed days of Kings, Empires and revolution. Blood just looks the same when you open the veins. But sometimes it was faith, power or reason as the cornerstone. But the furrowed brow has never left his face. — Karl Wallinger (1) From a Master of Color, the Light of Faith (WSJ)