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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ Our Civilizational Inheritance

America’s founders, schooled in a profound philosophical and literary tradition dating back to classical antiquity, understood the fragility of civil peace and the danger of the lustful vengeful mob. Our present leaders, the products of a politicized and failing education … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ The Moral Authority

So Jesus said, “Are you still without understanding? Do you not yet understand that whatever enters the mouth goes into the stomach and is eliminated? But those things which proceed out of the mouth come from the heart, and they … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ The Silent Killers

Seriously, if your objective is ‘to find truth in the confusion of things’, but what I see is a condescending challenge, I’m confused, especially as your question doesn’t seem to be a request for information but implies you know what … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ The Death of Liberalism?

I heard Gavin McInnes, a Conservative comedian, pronounce Liberalism dead last week. I wonder… Many years ago I observed a Liberal, someone very close to me, cut loose a friendship because the friend expressed her honest “Catholic” opinion on same-sex … Continue reading

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The Sunday Morning Tune-up ~ November 15, 2015

“Collectivists and individualists cannot exist in the same space at the same time without eventually coming into conflict. There is simply no way around it.” ~ Brandon Smith In the preface of this book, I’m pretty clear about the how, … Continue reading

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The War of Words

“Why use bullets when words are much cheaper and far more deadly?” ~ Anonymous There’s a new language in America. It’s a cowardly language and a disturbing departure from the direct straight-talk of our forefathers. Quite simply put, it’s the … Continue reading

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