In Whose Mighty Company We Shall Not Be Ashamed to Stand

Happy Veteran’s Day.

And now this concerning the long war:

Any man who ends with a quote from Theoden has a soul too large for the narrow era in which we now are confined.

The Forgotten Man by Jon McNaughton

About John C Wright

John C. Wright is a practicing philosopher, a retired attorney, newspaperman, and newspaper editor, and a published author of science fiction. Once a Houyhnhnm, he was expelled from the august ranks of purely rational beings when he fell in love; but retains an honorary title.
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7 Responses to In Whose Mighty Company We Shall Not Be Ashamed to Stand

  1. Dirigibletrance says:

    Our veterans purchase our freedom with their service and their very life’s blood. We should give them praise and thanks without caveat.

    Do not sully their honor by using them as another excuse to make a political jab. That can wait for another day.

  2. Love the Whittle. Thanks for posting it.

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