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Aldous Huxley - Islamic State, the USA, Britain, hatred and revenge.

Aldous Huxley – Time Must Have a Stop – 1944

This is a short extract from the novel ‘Time Must Have a Stop’ which Aldous wrote in 1944. 236 more words

Zeitgeist

A Real Hero

Come with me for a moment. I’d like to tell you about someone.

Can you picture it? He was something of a lonely child. Hated and outcast almost from birth; his father’s people despised his mother’s, and vice versa. 1,864 more words

Living Conditions

AYAAN HIRSI ALI: A HERO OF OUR TIME

AYAAN HIRSI ALI: A HERO OF OUR TIME

by Rich Lowry at Politico:

“Ayaan Hirsi Ali should be the perfect feminist hero. Viewed from a certain level of abstraction, it is hard to imagine one person who fits the role on so many levels: She’s an escapee — literally — from an abusive patriarchy. 159 more words

Heroism

Why we love Mlle. Hermis Moutardier

Aficionados of truly idiotic bungled terrorist attempts will surely recall Mlle. Hermis Moutardier, the flight attendant on American Airlines Flight 63 from Paris to Miami, December 22, 2001. 338 more words

Action & Being

A Crime of a Deeper Dye

Back in the late seventies my pastor asked me to conduct a service at a nursing home. As I entered it, I walked into a huge, ground floor room with a high ceiling. 329 more words

Airplane Crash

Lost and Found - March 25th Edition

What to remember about March 25th…

Medal of Honor Day – 152nd Anniversary of the first awarding of the Medal

  • 1634  Settlers land on Maryland’s western shore to found 1st settlement; mixed Catholic and Protestant group names town St.
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History

CPAC: Roman Genn – Solidarity for Liberty

With the Paris terrorist attack fresh in our minds,[1] celebrated caricaturist and acclaimed Soviet dissident Roman Genn spoke of the nexus between courage and liberty. 425 more words