Lost on the Last Continent, Episode 20, Prison Pit

Posted October 18, 2017 By John C Wright

Lost on the Last Continent, Episode 20, Prison Pit, is now posted on Patreon.

Episode 20 Prison Pit

In this exciting episode, Colonel Lost is trapped by the inhuman Terrors, with no tools  or weapons aside from his wit and courage to contrive escape, and to overcome the prehistoric beasts and poisonous insects set to guard him.   

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Last Crusade: Fighting the Wrong Battle

Posted October 15, 2017 By John C Wright

The Last Crusade, like any other crusade, political movement, or military operation, must have clear strategic goals, not subject to change, and flexible tactics, which change as needed. This crusade promises to be successful where Conservativism has failed and so-called rightwing identity politics is failing, because it recognizes where the real battle is, and what is really at stake.

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Monster Hunter Files Anthology On Sale Now!

Posted October 13, 2017 By John C Wright

Larry Correia makes the following announcement:

Monster Hunter Files Anthology is on sale now

You guys are going to love this. We got so many talented authors writing stories in the MHI universe, it is awesome.

Monster Hunter Files

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Here is the list of stories:
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Lost on the Last Continent, Episode 19, Land of Lamentation

Posted October 11, 2017 By John C Wright

Lost on the Last Continent, Episode 19, Land of Lamentation, is now posted on Patreon.

Episode 19 Land of Lamentation

In this exciting episode, Colonel Lost escapes death by drowning and being buried alive, only to be captured by the shrunken simian nomads of the Third Era, called Terrors.

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A Courteous Note about Courtesy in Names

Posted October 10, 2017 By John C Wright

A reader wrote an anxious note to apologize for addressing me by my first name. I fear he was more taken aback by the matter than was I.

Here was my reply, which I care to share with other readers, lest the same undue anxiety light upon any. Read the remainder of this entry »

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Last Crusade: Guest Post by Frank Luke

Posted October 9, 2017 By John C Wright

The Last Crusade: Be Holy, for I am Holy

FCF: Because we have a sin nature, only God can make us holy.

God commands, “Be Holy for I am Holy” in both the Old (Leviticus 11:44, 45) and New Testaments (1 Peter 1:13-16). He repeats it several times in Leviticus. If God says something once, we know to listen. If he repeats it, we know it is important. The question then becomes, what is holiness and how do we attain it?

Our first parents had one rule, and they broke it. “Don’t eat from this specific tree.” But it wasn’t just them. Every person after that has managed to break God’s laws. These sins separate us from God and require Him to restore the relationship. But sin has damaged us at that point. We’re even born with a sin nature because of their actions. Even beyond the original sin passed down from parent to child, we make choices to break God’s laws.
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Speculations on the Last Continent

Posted October 6, 2017 By John C Wright

An eagle eyed reader of Lost on the Last Continent offers the following speculation. In the most recent episode Colonel Lost meets, fights, and speaks to a young druzhinnik from a mythical lost city in medieval Russia.

One reader somewhat cryptically remarked that there was an astonishingly short gap of time between them. Another offered this clarification:

100 million years in the future or something, yet come from time periods only a few centuries apart. Clearly the future men weren’t randomly sampling time periods from which to abduct people, but must have specifically targeted the first few millennia AD.

In order to encourage speculation (what greater flattery can any story receive but to have readers puzzle over it?) your humble author would like to offer additional information from my notes not necessary obvious in the text.

The text gives only what Colonel Lost sees and knows, and he cannot tell at a glance necessarily from what year a man hails.

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Lost on the Last Continent, Episode 18, Druzhinnik

Posted October 4, 2017 By John C Wright

Lost on the Last Continent, Episode 18, Druzhinnik, is now posted on Patreon.

Episode 18 Druzhinnik

In this exciting episode, the Iron Mole enters a subterranean watercourse and loses power. As the vehicle sinks, Colonel Lost struggles in the dark to save himself and the wounded man from drowning and from being buried alive.

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He is Done Being a Fan

Posted October 3, 2017 By John C Wright

Let’s hear from a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. “The PC crap is over. It poisons everything it touches.”

Here is a man of whom I know nothing, I have never met, and probably never will meet. But dang! I love this guy. I like the way he talks. A little rougher than I would say things, maybe, a little less grammatical. Who cares?  Truth is true, whether dressed in robes or dressed in rags.

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Last Crusade Heretics and Heathens

Posted October 1, 2017 By John C Wright

The world is firmly in the hands of the Dark Lord. We are behind enemy lines. He rules the modern day and each day seems to be getting stronger.

The feeling, very common to conservatives, libertarians, and populists alike, of a sense of strangling impotence, the sensation that no one is listening and nothing can change, and the idea that history is a toothed wheel on a ratchet, free to move only in one direction, all these things are nothing more than weapons in the arsenal of the enemy.

I submit that the feeling is false. We are closer to the overthrow of this generation’s darkness than ever before. The victory is closer than you think. Dire battles are ahead, but the triumph is in sight.

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