Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Ghost of William F. Buckley Lives

Amazing how the writings of William F. Buckley almost speak from the grave?  This, from an article written for Cigar Aficianado in 2002: Look for the narcissist. The most obvious target in today’s lineup is, of course, Donald Trump. When he … Continue reading

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Ethika Politika: Materialism and Poverty

David Mills writes over at Ethika Politika: Those who refer so happily to creative destruction are never themselves among the creatively destroyed. It’s the ideological free-marketer’s version of “Let’s you and him fight.” It speaks of the end in a way … Continue reading

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Of Chaput, Lepanto, and The Call To Fidelity

The sons and daughters of the John Paul II Generation — who are about to brave a historic snowstorm to stand faithful for the sanctity of human life later this week — are not marching out of loyalty, or doctrine, or because they wish to stand contra mundum as Lepanto and CMTV are seen to do. Rather, the pro-life movement marches out of fidelity — to faith, to Church, to Christ. Continue reading

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