Monthly Archives: July 2016

First Things: The Return of Ethno-Nationalism

A conversation earlier this week about the late Fr. Richard John Neuhaus’ observation that the Catholic Church is literally a “here comes everybody” sort of institution — a living embodiment of Christ’s command to preach to the ends of the … Continue reading

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Open Thread: Convince Me

I would like to think myself to be a fair man. ¬†Perhaps not always right — but at the very least, fair to others and willing to hear a decent argument. So here’s your chance to convince a #NeverTrump guy … Continue reading

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No One Cares About The RNC Convention

This 2016 election is quickly boiling down to whether or not the American electorate hates the status quo (and by extension, Hillary Clinton) enough to inflict upon it the persona of Donald Trump. That’s it. There is literally nothing else … Continue reading

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Your Two Minutes of Civilization

Courtesy of the Court of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, I give you the Pavana la Battaglia! Just to set the mood for the week.

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