Saturday, February 25, 2017

Google celebrating Ida Lewis.

New from Alison Krauss

More at her YT channel.

Economic Growth

Economic Growth — A Primer by Erik Lindberg

New (free) E-book Offers Sustainable, Equitable Solutions to Building Resilience by Kyler Geoffroy

“Our Freedom is Based on Something Finite’ by Hilary Jennings

Hugues Fourage: «Je conçois que Marine Le Pen n'ait pas voulu porter de voile au Liban»

The Patriot

Amazon has been producing some TV shows -- I hope Whit Stillman's show is still in the works. Although The Patriot thankfully doesn't seem to suffer from unrealistic diversity in casting, as an "offbeat" comedy disguised as a thriller (if that is what it really is) it doesn't seem to serve much purpose. Is this the sort of entertainment Uhmericans really need?

Amazon’s Patriot is a good example of how ‘peak TV’ inspires over-confidence in old ideas
Amazon’s ‘Patriot’ is the quirky political thriller America needs right now
TV Review: ‘Patriot’ on Amazon

What Latin Would Dare Preach This?

Lessons from Eve: How to Bow Your Head Before Your Husband by Fr. Michael Vladimirov

Something from Stile Antico

Depeche Mode is Back

Friday, February 24, 2017

This Weekend

Sight Setups

PDW Stocks


Young Adult Lenten Retreat

AmConMag: Why Are Women in Combat? by Scott Beauchamp

The Pentagon cares less about equal rights and more about maintaining recruiting for endless wars.

I don't think his interpretation of the Pentagon's policy changes or Ash's statement is correct -- I think both can be seen in the light of SJW concerns, rather than worries about a shortage of manpower. No citation of recruitment statistics and the raising (or lowering) of standards in order to adjust demand to supply.

Breitbart: Report: US Military Preparing to Expand Under Trump

Kyle Lamb on Hunt Talk Radio

Celia Pavey, "Jolene"

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Mirror of Justice: Is the Catholic Church Anti-Woman? -- Great Debate

When the Latin churches have been mostly feminised and have adopted a version of feminist? Hardly, but there is no pleasing those who are even more extreme.

Travis Haley Still Around

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Milo's Press Conference

Crisis: Dignitas: The Manners of Humility by Fr. George W. Rutler


It's Washington's Birthday, Not Presidents' Day by Gleaves Whitney

Washington vs. Lincoln by Brion McClanahan
Abraham Lincoln and George Washington stare silently at one another across the reflecting pool on the National Mall in Washington D.C., their paths inextricably linked by the historians who consider both to be the greatest… »

Russell Kirk wasn't right about everything... Abraham Lincoln and the Dignity of the Presidency
“This is our time of witness”: Abp Chaput on how American Catholics remain “strangers in a strange land” By Carl E. Olson

“It’s a time not for sadness but gratitude—and courage,” says the archbishop of Philadelphia in a discussion of his latest book on “Living the Catholic Faith in a Post-Christian World.”

Perhaps they are strangers in a strange land because they never fully assimilated and integrated with the natives...

Monday, February 20, 2017

A Lot of Star Power

But I can't relate to the characters at the moment... perhaps it would be good commentary about contemporary artists/musicians and their private lives.

Sunday, February 19, 2017