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The Streets of Baltimore

Posted on December 6, 2018by labeak52 One of the charms of country music is its economy of expression.  A great country song expresses complex emotions in simple words and accessible metaphors: “Your love is colder than a foggy river, rollin’ over a heart … Continue reading

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Twelve More Rules: Really?

  You already know, if you read this blog regularly, that I am a consistent reader of Rod Dreher.  He blogs extensively – actually, almost manically at times – over at The American Conservative.  He writes about the intersections between … Continue reading

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Serendipity

‘   A few days ago I posted a passage from Dante’s Divine Comedy that really caught my eye.  That same day I was reading Rod Dreher (I read him regularly, and so should you) and it happened that he … Continue reading

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Free Download: New Dystopian Novelist

Ever wonder where George Orwell and Aldous Huxley are, now that we really need them? Well, if you’d like to hear a fine writer tell you once again where this morally-blind trail we are on is leading us, you might … Continue reading

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Mid Day Post, May 15, 2015

BOOK REVIEW:  HOW DANTE CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE, by Rod Dreher I recommend this book. I just finished it a few days ago and I have already started through it again, just to re-read all of the passages that I … Continue reading

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