If Israel did not exist, anti-semites would have to invent it.
I went to bed last night grim and low in spirit. I woke up this morning with a light heart humming a refrain: “He only is holy, He only is one.” I believe its the closing lines of a hymn I’ve heard before, but I can’t remember what hymn. I’m not certain that the lines are exactly as I remember them. The last phrase might be ‘He only is Lord,’ for instance. If you have a notion, please help.
The original web site this came from is no longer there. I retrieved this from the Internet “Wayback Machine” at www.archive.org. I’m cross-posting to keep it alive a little longer.
Blog title: Asymmetrical Information.
April, 02, 2005.
From the desk of Jane Galt:
A really, really, really long post about gay marriage that does not, in the end, support one side or the other
Unlike most libertarians, I don’t have an opinion on gay marriage, and I’m not going to have an opinion no matter how much you bait me. However, I had an interesting discussion last night with another libertarian about it, which devolved into an argument about a certain kind of liberal/libertarian argument about gay marriage that I find really unconvincing.
Old books are sovereign antidotes to the idiocies of the age, both the idiocies of style and those of content.
Wow. 58 new missions. A 16% increase all at once.
I am reminded of the massive temple-building efforts just prior to 2000.