Monthly Archives: January 2006

SkepticalObservor: Delegate Parrish in Hospital

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The Objective Standard

I had the compulsion to entitle this blog entry “Randroids Unite!”, but the angels of my better nature forced me to refrain… I’ve never read Ayn Rand beyond the requisite reading of Atlas Shrugged, and so I’m not entirely familar … Continue reading

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Charity vs. Social Assistance

Cologne’s Cardinal Meister on the implications and insights of Deus Caritas Est: Cardinal Meisner said the charitable work of the Church is not “a social pastime that the Church engages in when it befits her, but rather it belongs to … Continue reading


Under the Covers

Jason Kenney (Kenney the Younger as he is commonly known) has his radio show up as a Podcast. Check it out and download for nothing but Jason and cover songs.

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FLS: Office-space plans go forward

Anything that brings more office space to Downtown Fredericksburg is a good thing. We want to drive to Fredericksburg to work… that’s the goal!

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CNS: Hamas victory worries Holy Land Christians

Fr. Pierbattista Pizzaballa, head of the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land, is signaling some of the discomfort Palestinian Christians and moderate Palestinian Muslims are feeling over HAMAS’s recent parliamentary victory: Father Pierbattista Pizzaballa, head of the Franciscan Custody of … Continue reading

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Space Elevator

Curious to know what one might look like? Click here for a very cool picture.


FLS: University professor must have hoped no one would notice

Craig Vasey is one of the best professors at UMW, so I forward this letter to the reader a bit tongue in cheek. Still, the points it makes ring true: Asserting that the argument of the editorial is inconsistent, the … Continue reading

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The Debate Continues…

Too Conservative was kind enough to respond to the concerns I had below. I don’t know what the dynamics are in Northern Virginia when it comes to malcontents, but I felt I should offer the following rejoinder to this thought: … Continue reading


Too Conservative: TC’s Ramblings Continued

Ludwig von Mises in his seminal book On Socialism outlined two systems of governance. One was based on individual action, the other based on the collective action of society. For the former, they were termed as individualists. The latter were … Continue reading