MSA's adaption of H.P. Lovecraft's tale of Antarctic horror, narrated by Conrad Feininger. Part 2 of 10.
Some thoughts on our local Tea Party meeting last night. The main event was a debate between the two mayoral candidates for the coming election in April. By "debate" I mean mostly
A fine audio/illustrated adaption of H.P. Lovecraft's tale of Antarctic horror, narrated by Conrad Feininger. Part 1 of 10.
In this week’s episode, I explore the fallout from Gina Carano’s cancellation by the Twatter mob and Disney, and offer up some thoughts about lessons that we can all learn from the
Nothing is important except the fate of the soul; and literature is only redeemed from an utter triviality, surpassing that of naughts and crosses, by the fact that it describes not the
The enemy does this thing, where they drop little nuggets of truth from their plan into the narrative in order to get people softened up on their idea. It’s called Predictive Programming.
Editor’s note: The following is extracted from True Heroism and Other Sermons, by R. N. Sledd (published 1899). (Delivered before the Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society of the Virginia Conference at its annual