I wish writers would let monsters be monsters. Unfortunately, for some time now, there has been a growing trend to humanize them. It bothers me to no end because instead of adding texture or layers of depth, it generally reduces the monsters to something less… well, monstrous. And so, it was with some hesitancy … More Honor At Stake – A Book Recommendation
“It is better to suffer wrong than to do wrong.” — Socrates Below you’ll find an excerpt from Anna Githens latest excellent article, written for Crisis Magazine, entitled Of Mice and Men Without Chests. At first glance one might surmise that the title of this article alludes to the characters in John Steinbeck’s classic. Truthfully, … More Of Mice And Men And The Culture Of Death
“Blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfillment of what was spoken to her from the Lord”. — Luke 1:45 “Taking into account, as I have suggested before, all the circumstances—her origin, youth, sex, illiteracy, early environment, and the obstructing conditions under which she exploited her high gifts and made her conquests … More Speaking of Strong Female Characters…
I have no trouble believing that our ruling elite are capable of the heinous crimes Q, SGT Report and others accuse them of committing. I cannot know how widespread the Satanic pedophile cult is across the globe. I do, however, fear the worst of the conjectures will be proven to be true. Sadly, some … More Fairy Tales or Documentaries?
The Rogue’s March : John Riley and the Saint Patrick’s Battalion by Peter F. Stevens is the true story of the US Army deserters who fought valiantly as a Mexican Army unit during the American – Mexican War of 1846 – 48. Mr. Stevens does a good job of detailing this particularly dark time in … More The Rogue’s March – A Book Recommendation