History

The Godless Delusion

By The Editor

The following excerpt is from a Bruce Walker article at American Thinker from a few years ago. I’ve bolded the three sentences midway through that I think are key. This notion that only those…

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Call Him Reverend King

By The Editor

Yes, a third great post from the Internet regarding MLK Jr Day — this one is from Kevin Jackson at American Thinker: You probably don’t know who Reverend Michael King, Jr was. That’s because…

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The Geopolitics of the Gregorian Calendar

The Geopolitics of the Gregorian Calendar

By John Biver

A fascinating article from Stratfor: When England adopted the Gregorian calendar in 1752, some 170 years after it was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII, Benjamin Franklin wrote, “It is pleasant for an old man…

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Why Handel’s ‘Messiah’ endures

By John Biver

Thanks to the Heritage Foundation for this video and post (presented here for the third year in a row): It’s one of the most famous and widely shared pieces of music in history. Handel…

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Why December 25th?

Why December 25th?

By John Biver

From Erick Erickson: One of the most popular theories and commonly taught explanations for why Christmas is on Dec. 25th is because the early church placed Christian holidays at times of Roman celebration to…

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Peonage for the Twenty-First Century

By John Biver

This is the best article I’ve ever read about the taxpayer funded public school system. The author is Anthony Esolen, a Professor of English at Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island, and the author…

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Did George Washington Predict America’s Fall?

By Matt Barber

It’s that bustling time between Thanksgiving and Christmas (Christ’s Mass), our nationally recognized and congressionally “established” birthday celebration for Jesus, the sovereign Lord of all mankind. Now is a valuable opportunity to reflect upon…

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