Monthly archive

January 2018

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The Battle Of Chalons, A.D. 451

Editor’s note:  The following is extracted from The Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World from Marathon to Waterloo, by Sir Edward Creasy (published 1851). A broad expanse of plains, the Campi Catalaunici

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Beast Life: Incline Bench Press

The Incline bench press is a great shaping exercise. It’s great because chicks dig nice pecs. It’s also great because it can help you get over strength plateaus on your bench press.

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Beggar's Choice, Part III

Part II can be found [here] Kern’s name indeed proved a password to the castle, much to Larvik’s surprise. Gate guards had recognized the little man, and they led Larvik and his

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A Canticle for Blasphemy

Editor’s Note: We offer another poem from the Men of the West Poet Laureate, Ian McLeod. And yes, he is as cool in person as he is in his poetry. A Canticle for

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What Makes A Good Firearm?

Editor’s Note: We have been after our buddy, Lupine Nobilis, to write us up his thoughts on finding the right firearm. He is a worldclass expert on the topic, and every single

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Beggar's Choice, Part II

Part I can be found here. The rain had subsided by midnight, though ragged clouds still hid most of the stars. A moist wind whipped Larvik’s new cloak about his body as

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Sermon: Tears Over America

Editor’s Note:  Walter Maier’s sermon was written and delivered during World War II.  The illustrations and allusions to war belong to this time period.  Maier supported the war and the troops but

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Updates And Repairs

We are aware that some portions of the site are not working correctly. Apparently, in our most recent system update, some things were broken. We are working to repair them, but want

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Maximizing Your Marriage

Editor’s Note: We offer another thoughtful piece from our  young friend, Jasper Thorsson. Most everyone talks about marriages being essential, foundational, but the only real metric I have heard thrown down for

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