Monthly Archives: December 2012

Long Live the Essay!

Rumors of the essay’s death are greatly exaggerated, exclaims Parul Sehgal with the New York Times: The essay doesn’t die. It’s too protean. It only grows more indispensable as it learns to mimic, then amplify, our senses. The essay is … Continue reading

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Reflections From The Burg: Have You Had Your “Pearl Harbor Moment”? Yet?

We need to begin building an inheritance for our kids and grandkids! ?One they can be proud of. ?The inheritance I refer to is the blessings of Liberty and Freedom. ?These blessings were purchased at a great price. ?What are … Continue reading

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Bishop Fulton Sheen on Fanaticism

“A Victim of Fanaticism” by Nikolai Pimonenko, 1899 IN A HEATED discussion, the man who cannot argue always wants to bet. It is his way of withdrawing from the field of logic into the area of chance and daring. This … Continue reading

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