Monthly Archives: December 2010

Merry Christmas everyone

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The tragicomedy of our times

It is those libertarians who have anal receptive relations with cultural Marxists in celebration of a mutual disdain for the Judeo-Christian moral foundations of America and the West. You just don’t know whether to laugh or cry. The key thing … Continue reading

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President Nosferatu embraces Liberty

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Glenn Beck should accept a pat on the back, take the money, and run

I have commented here and there that I have misgivings about Glenn Beck. It is true that he has done some vital heavy lifting in exposing the radical infrastructure of the Obama administration, work that no one anywhere in the … Continue reading

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‘The Sledgehammer Concerto’ by Francis W. Porretto

The Sledgehammer Concerto is a most affecting story about three siblings — two brothers and a sister — who bond later in life as a result of the ugly horrors inflicted on them as children by their parents. Each of … Continue reading

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A Christmas Book List

Amazon.com is just great in this respect: You go there, find a book, and have it sent anywhere you like. I don’t have a really large brick and mortar bookstore conveniently close by, but there’s always more at Amazon anyway. … Continue reading

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‘Eternity Road on the Air’

I will be the guest on Francis Porretto’s radio program, tomorrow (Sunday) at noon. We talk about Corpse in Armor and self-publishing. Later: That link to the broadcast remains good, and if you go there you just have to wait … Continue reading

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Revolting times

It’s going to be hard keeping up with things over the next month or so. The heat is on during this cold snap, and Madam Vandam and I are the toughs who get going when the going gets that way. … Continue reading

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