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Mandeville, LA – From Walker Percy’s Lost In The Cosmos, The Last Self Help Book. PC3 stands for Prime Centauri, our nearest star.  Earthship: [We] [r]equest permission to land…. PC3: Not quite yet. You haven’t answered our question about C[consciousness]-type. Earthship: What do you mean by type of consciousness? PC3: We are Cls. We wanted to...
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Mandeville, LA – “In truth, all human values find their root in Revelation; everything immediately human is related uniquely to Revelation. Man is related to God through Faith, but Faith is the effect of divine grace freely given and it draws the substance of all things human into itself. As a result, a Christian Order of life could come into existence...
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Mandeville, LA – “Economic fallacy”? Mercantilists (even if they don’t call themselves that anymore) have always worked, often successfully, to convince the American people that their political and economic system which favors special interest groups instead benefits everybody. The “trickle down” theory of which we heard so much in the 1980s is an example. Do you...
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Mandeville, LA – “To sum up the iniquity of this nation in one comprehensive charge, it is godlessness : not atheism in the philosophical sense of denying the existence of God, but that practical atheism which ignores the law and authority of God and the requirements of religion in both public and private affairs: which leaves...
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Mandeville, LA – “What I wish to emphasise is the duality of the human requirement when it comes to the question of size: them is no single answer. For his different purposes man needs many different structures, both small ones and large ones, some exclusive and some comprehensive. Yet people find it most difficult to...
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Mandeville, LA – “Let us now approach our subject from another angle and ask what is actually needed. In the affairs of men, there always appears to be a need for at least two things simultaneously, which, on the face of it, seem to be incompatible and to exclude one another. We always need both...
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Mandeville, LA – “Now in all these schemings of theory, by which we have been contriving how to generate, or how we have generated, a government without going above humanity, we lose out all moral ideas, and take away all tonic forces necessary to government. Our merely terrene, almost subterranean, always godless fabric, becomes more...
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Mandeville, LA – “Now, it is the peculiar honour of Europe since it has been Christian that while it has had aristocracy it has always at the back of its heart treated aristocracy as a weakness—generally as a weakness that must be allowed for. If any one wishes to appreciate this point, let him go...
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Mandeville, LA – The city worker is apt to consider farming under any conditions as being beneath him–an inferior occupation all the way round. The tenant farmer of long standing may regard independent landownership as a status utterly beyond his attainment. Both of these attitudes must be changed if the general redistribution of farm property is...
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Mandeville, LA – [Editor’s Note-the following is excerpted from David Wemhoff’s Culture Wars Magazine review of the epic book “The Most Controversial Decision-Truman, The Atom Bomb and the Defeat of Japan”] – “[Wilson] Miscamble mentions context as justification for Truman’s evil becoming right. Judging from what he has written, part of that context is the widespread...
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Mandeville, LA – In short, the whole world being divided about whether the stream was going slower or faster, became conscious of something vague but vast that was going against the stream. Both in fact and figure there is something deeply disturbing about this, and that for an essential reason. A dead thing can go with...
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Mandeville, LA – “Northrop Frye, in speaking of the pattern of comedy, describes it as a “parabola”: “a U-shaped plot, with the action sinking into deep and potentially tragic complications and then suddenly turning upward into a happy ending.” The bottom of this figure Frye calls “saturnalia,” after the ritualized and socially purgative disorder of...
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http://media.blubrry.com/crusade/p/www.mikechurch.com/mc-media/CRUSADE/Mike_Church_Shows/20160222_Mike_Church_Show_Segment1_PREVIEW.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSMandeville, LA – Mike Church talks about the Distributive system it’s immoral, corrupt, evil and extremely idiotic. What do you need government for? What can government do, that God can do? Listen to the FULL hour and much more by signing up...
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Mandeville, LA –  Wilhelm Röpke as Successful Prophet: “Fortunately, in discussing family size, Röpke’s priority lay elsewhere. While raising the matter in the context of the population question, he had a larger purpose in asking: [W]hat happens to man and his soul? What happens to the things which cannot be produced or expressed in monetary...
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Mandeville, LA – What is really a long way off is this individuality and liberty the Daily Mail praised. It is the tower that a man has built for himself that is seen in the distance. It is Private Enterprise that is Utopian, in the sense of something as distant as Utopia. It is Private Property...
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Mandeville, LA – Peace is undoubtedly that state which proposes to society the best chance for the continuance of freedom and happiness, and the situation of America is such as to expose her to fewer occasions for war than any other nation, whilst it also disables her from gaining anything by war. But if, by indirect...
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Mandeville, LA – [Editor’s note: This passage from Bledsoe was never answered by any Republican at the time, indeed, remains unanswered. Bledsoe’s assertion is that the States formed the Federal government BY their accession and if this formation required their “accession” then the Union can be unmade by withdrawing that consent.] In like manner Gouverneur...
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Mandeville, LA – [Editor’s note: The Modern World has produced such grave errors in philosophical thought that the very definition of words used in our incessant conversations are corrupted. Take the term “socialism”, the cousin of “communism”, it is defined by the corrupt as wholly an economic tyranny, the great Wilhelm Ropke explains the nonsense...
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Mandeville, LA – “This is a naked judicial claim to legislative—indeed, super-legislative—power; a claim fundamentally at odds with our system of government. Except as limited by a constitutional prohibition agreed to by the People, the States are free to adopt whatever laws they like, even those that offend the esteemed Justices’ “reasoned judgment.” A system...
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Sapientia et Veritas – “Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded, because it comprises and develops the germ of every other. War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes; and armies, and debts, and taxes are the known instruments for bringing the many under...
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Mandeville, LA –  [Editor’s note: Today is the first day of Lent not associated with a Holy Day and a good time to humbly perform an Examen of Conscience and consider what penance may be prescribed. It’s not enough to agitate a moral “revival” unless we know what morality we wish to revive.] “With the...
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Mandeville, LA – The TV comedian Jimmy Kimmel, aired a “comedy sketch” lats week that makes Our Lord a GOP candidate, repeating GOP one liners. Some think this public blasphemy is funny. It isn’t. Here is Chesterton from his book Heretics explaining why it’s not funny. “The theory of the unmorality of art has established...
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Mandeville, LA – “There is this exceptionally beneficial and fruitful advantage to be derived from the study of the past, that you see, set in the clear light of historical truth, examples of every possible type. From these you may select for yourself and your country what to imitate, and also what, as being mischievous...
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Mandeville, LA – “As soon as I had clearly in my mind this conception of something solid in the solitary and unique character of the divine story, it struck me that there was exactly the same strange and yet solid character in the human story that had led up to it; because that human story also had a root...
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Mandeville, LA – “Understood the resolve; in this sense, the Americans in general are known to understand it; and not a member of the Congress has stood forth, to remove the mistake, or to soften the common interpretation. Till something of the Kind is thus done, and the language of the resolve is other wise...
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Mandeville, LA – The Iowa Caucus is today and election 2016 is now officially here, thus this Sapientia et Veritas explores the popularity of Socialism, the little brother of Communism and Senator Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton and yes, 10/12ths of the Republican field. Replacing “Communism” with “democracy”, Pope Pius XI predicted AND explained our current...
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Mandeville, LA –  “At the time of the Enlightenment there was an attempt to understand and define the essential moral norms, saying that they would be valid “etsi Deus non daretur,” even in the case that God did not exist. In the opposition of the confessions and in the pending crisis of the image of...
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Sapientia et Veritas – “What historians have come to call the Whiskey Rebellion was an armed uprising against the United States government in the latter half of 1794, which took place primarily in and around Pittsburgh in southwestern Pennsylvania. George Washington and John Marshall both thought that the Whiskey Rebellion was the single most significant event in the...
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Mandeville, LA – “On the contrary, Augustine says in a sermon on the son of the centurion [Ep. ad Marcel. cxxxviii]: “If the Christian Religion forbade war altogether, those who sought salutary advice in the Gospel would rather have been counselled to cast aside their arms, and to give up soldiering altogether. On the contrary,...
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Mandeville, LA – “And it must be remembered that the most purely practical science does take this view of mental evil; it does not seek to argue with it like a heresy but simply to snap it like a spell. Neither modern science nor ancient religion believes in complete free thought. Theology rebukes certain thoughts...
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Mandeville, LA – “It is instructive to consider how the various stances of Progressives came to be occupied by conservatives and thereby how in substance contemporary conservatism now provides succor to liberal ends. Throughout the 20th century, almost every matter of public interest—economic, civic, moral—came under the purview of national authority. Some of these policies were...
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Mandeville, LA – “The saddest thing about the life of David Bowie is not the years he spent abusing his body sexually and chemically, but the years he spent failing to see the real presence of goodness, truth, and beauty because of what might be called the myopia of masks. This myopia was exemplified in...
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Mandeville, LA – Today’s Veritas et Sapientia from the CRUSADE Channel. “If we are serious about our patriotic duty, then we must pray every day for our leaders, especially our president, and our nation. The most treasured gift which we as citizens of the United States of America can offer to our country is a faithful...
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Sapientia et Veritas – “Nations are not persons. No political entity is a substantial being, though we do have “corporations” or “legal persons” created by law for some limited purpose. So what is this telling us that “nations” will “worship” God? And even if they could, it is extremely doubtful if many nations would worship...
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Mandeville, LA – YOU express a great deal of anxiety over our willingness to break laws. This is certainly a legitimate concern. Since we so diligently urge people to obey the Supreme Court’s decision of 1954 outlawing segregation in the public schools, it is rather strange and paradoxical to find us consciously breaking laws. One may...
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Mandeville, LA – My Intention being to acquire the Habitude of all these Virtues, I judg’d it would be well not to distract my Attention by attempting the whole at once, but to fix it on one of them at a time, and when I should be Master of that, then to proceed to another, and...
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Mandeville, LA  – “Arnold Toynbee has devoted much of his A Study of History to analyzing the kinds of challenge faced by a variety of cultures during many centuries. Highly relevant to Western man is Toynbee’s explanation of how the lame and the crippled respond to their handicaps in a society of active warriors. They become...
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Mandeville, LA – “The tone in which we speak of our enemies determines our success in turning them into allies. Speaking of Mr. Harry Reid as a sort of monster ensures he will find nothing appealing about the conservative position. Mr. Reid strikes me, at worst, as a man wore down by fatigue and as...
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Mandeville, LA  – “Anarchism adjures us to be bold creative artists, and care for no laws or limits. But it is impossible to be an artist and not care for laws and limits. Art is limitation; the essence of every picture is the frame. If you draw a giraffe, you must draw him with a long...
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Sapientia et Veritas – “They shall have the exclusive Power of declaring what shall be Treason & Misp. of Treason agt. U. S. — and of instituting a federal judicial Court, to which an Appeal shall be allowed from the judicial Courts of the several States in all Causes wherein Questions shall arise on the Construction...
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