The Ukrainian rebellion, having succeeded, now wants the outgoing honcho prosecuted for shooting protesters. This is stupid. (more…)
I thought about the 20th Maine when I read about the men at Maidan Square sprinting into shotgun and sniper fire.
The Church teaches that the Church is not about politics. The Church proclaims its political neutrality.
Yet the Church is widely perceived as a right-wing organization.
To the question, “Why does the Church seem to be right-wing”, the usual answer offered in the Bloggernacle is that the Church leaders are old, right-wing men.
Because I believe the Church is sincere in its pronouncements, I propose an alternate hypothesis.
Bruce Charlton’s commenter Arakawa has derived his own version of the amphibious synthesis of time and eternity. (more…)
On August 15, 1942, an American fighter pilot named Bill Warden bailed out of his crippled aircraft near the western end of Guadalcanal, which at the time was controlled by the Japanese. He was rescued by coast watcher Leif Schroeder, who took him to Father Emery de Klerk, a Dutch Catholic missionary. de Klerk took the considerable risk of giving Warden refuge and medical care. (more…)
Trigger warning: acts of microaggression to follow. (more…)
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I have no idea if this is true or not, but Putin supposedly likened negotiating with Obama to playing chess with a pigeon: first, the pigeon knocks all the pieces over, then it, ahem, “poops” on the board, then it struts around as if it won.