Mandeville, LA – The CRUSADE Channel Is Not “Acting All CRUSADER-Y” By Itself Anymore – A new online magazine called The Peregrine has launched and its editors welcome letter has lots of CRUSADER-Y goodness in it. “The market, the family, and the state are all established for the sake of the common good, the common life of virtue and the contemplation of the good, the true, and the beautiful — ultimately God Himself. The common goodrequires the different spheres of society to work in concert, not competition….To live these principles is to be politically homeless, a foreigner in the public square, a pilgrim on the road to the Eternal City. Christians are called to live in the world, but not to be of the world.” So The CRUSADE Channel’s mission can longer be said to be Quixotic and we welcome The Peregrine and hope to come to work together with them. Deo Gratias….
GOOGLE’S War Against Reality: Create an Ideological Dogma Immune to Factual or Logical Criticism – That is precisely what GOOGLE and the rest of the Media Industrial Complex, infected with the lgbqT-Virus, have done the last 15 months. Their departure from the morrings of reality and the real world we live in continue unabated and no plea for restraint can even slow it down. Now a former Google engineer named James Damore has shone the light of truth on the disparity in men and women’s income and success in the Silicon Valley wars and paid the price of employment. You see a little Truth goes nowhere in today’s world. Robert Tracinski points this out, the futility of announcing Truth in either a public or a private square:
But the whole point of this incident is that we can’t have such a debate. Note that when Gizmodo published the text of Damore’s memo, it deliberately excluded his graphs and footnotes to scientific research—dangerous information that its readers must be shielded from. Or decode the message from Google’s VP of diversity in her official reply to the memo: “Part of building an open, inclusive environment means fostering a culture in which those with alternative views, including different political views, feel safe sharing their opinions. But that discourse needs to work alongside the principles of equal employment found in our Code of Conduct, policies, and anti-discrimination laws.” Notice how the second half of that statement negates the first, which is reflected in the outcome.