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January 2019

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Step Up And Support Castalia House

Everyone who regularly reads here knows that we actively support Castalia House and several other ventures. These sorts of entrepreneurial endeavors are keys to rebuilding Western Civilization. So you can imagine our

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The Crimean War (Part 3)

Editor’s note: The following is extracted from Our Soldiers, by W. H. G. Kingston (published 1863). All spelling in the original. The Charge of the Light Brigade That the reader may understand

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Ruinstone – Part II

(Continued from Part I) The smoke of Bramlet was heavy on Grumadir’s clothes and mind as he arrived at the Iron Horse. The faces of the patrons did not surprise him, as

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The Crimean War (Part 2)

  Editor’s note: The following is extracted from Our Soldiers, by W. H. G. Kingston (published 1863). All spelling in the original.   Siege of Sebastopol On the 17th of October commenced

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DEAD TREE VERSION — Chapter 4

Chapter 4: But They’re Raping Dostoevsky! Our Hero and Carrie laughed all the way to her car. They’d just finished breakfasting at The Awful Waffle, where, while paying for the check, they

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The Crimean War (Part 1)

Editor’s note: The following is extracted from Our Soldiers, by W. H. G. Kingston (published 1863). All spelling in the original. The Outbreak of the Crimean War The settled resolve of the

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Ruinstone – Part I

Overlooking the valley where Bramlet once stood, Grumadir sat stunned atop his panting horse. Nothing he had heard about the other unfortunate towns did the scene justice. A landscape of ash and

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Sermon: The Resurrection of Jesus

Editor’s Note: Sermon preached by Christmas Evans. “He is not here; for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.”                                             —Mat. 28:6  . The celebrated

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