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Thursday, December 30, 2004

Dixie Beacon Network!

Dixie Beacon Network!

Google News

Google News

Monday, December 27, 2004

When the troops stopped the war

"Reports of the ceasefire did not go down at all well, however, when they reached the generals.British High Command, situated some 27 miles behind the front, issued the directive: "It (fraternisation) discourages initiative in commanders, and destroys the offensive spirit in all ranks." Among some officers, it was the need to follow orders rather than the fraternisation itself which was cause for concern."

The Price of Community

"The writers who have been most influential in my thinking are R. J. Rushdoony, Murray Rothbard, and Robert Nisbet. The first defended covenant, the second defended contract, and the third defended community. Somewhere in the interaction of these three C’s we seek to resolve the social dilemma of our age: the preservation of covenants – personal faith, church, family, and civil government – and communities in an economy based on contract."

Reconstruction and Nationalism

"Everyone knows that Reconstruction, in the 1860s and 1870s, recast the political, legal, and economic infrastructure of the South. And everyone knows, or should know, that the project of Reconstruction, given a hiatus for some eighty years, began again in the 1960s. That today there exists a program of systematic cultural subversion in the South is not news to any self-aware Southerner."

'Stay the Course!' – Is Not Enough

"In the aftermath of the suicide bombing of the Mosul mess hall, we are being admonished anew we must stay the course in Iraq. But "Stay the course!" is no longer enough."

Saturday, December 25, 2004

The Christmas Truce

"Over 1,300 U.S. soldiers won’t be celebrating Christmas this year – or any year. They died in vain for an unconstitutional, immoral, senseless war while in the service of a reckless, imperial presidency. They will forever have a silent night."

Monday, December 13, 2004

Great Radio on The WEB: The Weekend Interview Show

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Six Army reservists court-martialed for scrounging equipment in Iraq

``Nobody ever reported these trucks stolen. The deal was, when you are moving, if it was going to take more than 30 minutes to fix it, you left it,'' said Birt, who was released in November. ``I'm a Christian man and I can't ignore what we did, but it was justified to get us in the fight and to sustain the fight.''

Women Warriors and the American Empire

Women Warriors and the American Empire
By Steven LaTulippe

Sunday, December 12, 2004

Douglas Wilson Audio Sermons

Click on the link; Sermons/Lectures

We Are The Problem

We Are the Problem
By Charley Reese

Sunday, December 05, 2004

US admits the 'war for hearts and minds' in Iraq is now lost.

"THE Pentagon has admitted that the war on terror and the invasion and occupation of Iraq have increased support for al-Qaeda, made ordinary Muslims hate the US and caused a global backlash against America because of the “self-serving hypocrisy” of George W Bush’s administration over the Middle East."

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Thursday, December 02, 2004

Today on Lewrockwell

Christian Killers?
by Laurence M. Vance

Wednesday, December 01, 2004

Site of the Day: Ludwig von Mises Institute

Ludwig von Mises Institute
518 West Magnolia Avenue
Auburn, Alabama 36832-4528
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