May 2013

The Lacemaker by Johannes Vermeer 

Of Owls and Richard the Third: Part 1 by Theodore Dalrymple

Orwell, Huxley and the Emerging Totalitarianism

by Emmet Scott

Reading with Liberal Big Brother: When a Preference Becomes a Bias

by Martin Cloutier

Slouching To Despotism by Fergus Downie

We Are All to Blame – or Is It the Others?

by Theodore Dalrymple

Refugee Jihad Terror in Boston by Jerry Gordon

The End of Reason & the Next Big Bang

by G. Murphy Donovan

The Myth of Muslim Self-Radicalization by Jake Neuman

The Challenge of Theoterrorism by Paul Cliteur

Which Is Stronger, Democracy or Islam? by Robert Wolfe

Playing by the Rules – and Winning Victories Against Sharia Law

by Louis Palme

Xanthippe by David P. Gontar

Unisexual Marriage – Philosophical Musings Over an Oxymoron

by Michael Zebulon

At the Maison de Victor Hugo by John Broening

Zohar Argov and the Hebrew Language Gap

by Norman Berdichevsky

Why Me? Another Biography of John Cage

by Richard Kostelanetz

Society’s Welcome Convictions by NB Armstrong

Church Ale – Pub signs with an ecclesiastical theme

by Esmerelda Weatherwax

Mao, on Contradictions by Moshe Dann


Rag-Picker by Bibhu Padhi


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