Monthly Archives: October 2012

It’s Politics As Usual: Betrayal

Betrayal In January 1997, a Vietnam veteran was betrayed by the US government. His name is Dennis R. Abbey. As a platoon leader and company commander in the US Army in Vietnam, Mr. Abbey faithfully served his country. After the … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!!

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The Chickens Come Home To Roost: American Pie

Russia Scolds America Back by Paul Gottfried October 29, 2012 A detailed report in The New York Times tells about a hearing taking place in the Russian Parliament emphasizing alleged American human-rights violations. Among the featured abuses are the American … Continue reading

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The Defining Marker: Folkways

A People who wish to be themselves, must be themselves for long periods of time; in this way, they assure their future progeny of an enclave of tradition and memory. Below, you will find the words of William G. Sumner’s … Continue reading

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Ezra Pound: Protector of the West

Ezra Pound: Protector of the West Ursus Major 1,479 words Ezra Pound was arguably the finest American-born poet and a first rate Classical scholar. He happened to be born in Idaho, a state not noted for either its poets or … Continue reading

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Fecundity: The Cycle Of Life

The Cycle Jack Donovan Fecundity Demands a Cruel Balance in Anthony Burgess’ The Wanting Seed “…one could not perhaps, after all, and it was a pity, make art out of that gentle old liberalism.  The new books were full of sex and … Continue reading

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Sculpture Of The Day

Sculpture of The Day In den Armen des Todes In The Arms of Death

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Herbert Hoover: A Reappraisal

Herbert Hoover is one of our most underrated and misunderstood presidents. Yes, he made a few mistakes – no one is perfect – but he also got the blame for what others had done. That’s why to be Herbert Hoovered, … Continue reading

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Painting Of The Day: Girodet

Painting of The Day ~ Girodet ~ Ossian

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Foreign Affairs Magazine: On Israel and The Bomb

Foreign Affairs Magazine: On Israel and The Bomb There are so many varied and agenda-driven sources of information (ROTW is one as well) for persons to draw from, it is a constant struggle, and oftimes consistent pain-in-the-ass, to focus on … Continue reading

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