Liberalism

20 Jun 19
Midwest Christian Outreach, Inc

Sometimes when I speak in churches on the deity of Christ, I ask the congregation how many believe that Jesus is God? Most raise their hands. When I ask how many believe they could defend that claim, only a few would raise their hands. Then I’d pick someone with their hand in the air and […]

20 Jun 19
Erick Ybarra

With the publication of the Instrumentum Laboris (a working text) in preparation for the upcoming Amazon Synod this coming October has come many concerns from within and without of the Catholic Church. Some passages of the document are clearly at odds with the mindset of the Church as defined by Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition. […]

20 Jun 19
News Directory

Nothing like that was constitutional in our politics ever since. But the story of African-American relations and liberalism after the Civil War is also somewhat more complex than the Serwer paragraph. As an undergraduate, at least, many tradition and flirtations “post-liberal” are included in the black political tradition in America, which was steeper in periods […]

09 May 19
Shauli Bar-On: Journalism Portfolio

Justice. It’s a term that is difficult to represent visually. In fact, few will claim they can envision what “perfect justice” would look like. But humankind’s idealism can be made apparent through works of art. Enter Lady Justice, a depiction of justice so iconic, it is recognized around the globe in numerous settings, all striving […]

20 Jun 19
SJ POST

UTANGULIZI Hivi karibuni, kumekuwa na mfumko mkubwa wa wananchi kuwa na hamu ya kuijua siasa ya nchi yao nchini Tanzania. Hamu hii imetokana na matukio mbalimbali ya mabadiliko yaliyoletwa na kimbunga cha serikali ya awamu ya tano ya Mheshimiwa Rais John Pombe Magufuli katika sekta mbalimbali ikiwemo maendeleo ya kijamii, kiuchumi na kisiasa ambayo yamewagusa […]

20 Jun 19
Newsy Today

Thursday, twenty June 2019 – 02:11 The socialist, Mara Chivite and the new president of the Parliament of Navarra, Unai Hualde, of Geroa Bai.J. DigesEFE Politics The PSOE gives Geroa Bai the Presidency of the Parliament of Navarre and allows the entry of Bildu into the Board Covenants The PSOE opts for the nationalist va […]

20 Jun 19
considamegone

I. T h e A e s t h e t i c We all know about Vaporwave at this point. Or perhaps – we all know of the shadow that Vaporwave has cast. The imagery, musical approach, sensibilities, and ethos of Vaporwave have implications far beyond the scope of the genre; it, along with […]

20 Jun 19
Peeling The Paradox

We are now seeing an accelerating rollout of censorship and high-precision thought-management across the most dominant services of the Internet. In a recent video, “Dilbert” creator Scott Adams quite chillingly explains that there are countless persons and subjects that one can no longer even name in a YouTube video without having the video’s comments blocked […]

20 Jun 19
Toronto Sun

FRENCH KISS The Quebec government is to be commended for showing leadership and courage in enacting legislation to outlaw the exhibition of religious symbols for public employees and in public service. Ever since the adoption of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in 1982, I have consistently argued that the Charter is seriously flawed. What […]

20 Jun 19
Et cetera

Bern is all about symbolic violence against Democrats. Then he cries about Democrats being against him. Sanders sees his chance to win the nomination slipping, so he’s going scorched earth again on the Democratic Party. Bern believes the torch has been passed to him by Dr King. He’s desperate to be nominated. Bern will argue […]

20 Jun 19
The AIM Network

By Dr John Töns   We can celebrate the defeat of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. We can claim that even though they may not have been vanquished they are well and truly under control. Thanks to organisations like the WHO, Pestilence is on the run. Whereas once upon time famine was an omnipresent threat, […]

20 Jun 19
Sibyl's Scribbles

Cumae. Whoever denominated this city must have been either inspired by the ancient Roman spirit or just plain high, having a momentary kick of phantasm just as Cumaen Sibyl had experienced in the cave filled with hallucinating gases and vapors. But this Cumae was nothing of the sort. 4 hours of drive from Rome, populated […]

20 Jun 19
A Stranger at the Gate

I was reading one of my favorite Christian bloggers recently, a retired Anglican priest called Stephen Parsons. Despite being well advanced in years, he continues to serve his church community by protecting ostracized or even abused members of the congregation and speaking out against those in power for silencing the victims. Although I have thankfully […]

19 Jun 19
Louis Proyect: The Unrepentant Marxist

After Bernie Sanders equated the New Deal with “democratic socialism”, the Jacobin intellectuals have been pirouetting like Nureyev trying to make this sound consistent with their neo-Kautskyism. I imagine that even Eric Blanc must have squirmed when Sanders made it crystal-clear that he had no interest other than in capitalist reform. There have been a […]

19 Jun 19
waroftheworldblog

Why does any of this historical background matter?  It matters, first, because—in these contested times—I have to insist that Belief Systems evolve in response to changing conditions.  For two centuries and more now, Liberalism, Conservatism, and Socialism have all had to make their peace with Reality.[1]  It matters, second, because I’m getting fed-up with people […]