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If I Were the Devil by Paul Harvey

Posted January 24, 2015 By John C Wright

I heard on the radio today a Paul Harvey column from 1965, found a recording, which I offer to my readers. It shows a man of ordinary insight possessing no prophetic gifts, merely by grasping the point of the teachings of Christ can see insights and utter prophesy entirely beyond the reach of any intellectual. […]

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Tens of Thousands of Invisible Men

Posted January 22, 2015 By John C Wright

I Google’d the words MARCH FOR LIFE today, January 22nd, and clicked the ‘news’ tab. The results were fascinating: articles from Fox News, from Vatican Radio, Breitbart News, Patheos Blog, Newbusters, WTOP‎ (our local Christian radio)  the Catholic News Agency, and Channel 7, the local ABC affiliate. Notice anything odd about that? Someone with more […]

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Superversive Art Imitates Life

Posted January 22, 2015 By John C Wright

A column from my beautiful and talented wife on the real nature of realistic stories. She dreamed she wrote this column, and, when she woke, decided to write it in real life. http://www.ljagilamplighter.com/2015/01/21/superversive-art-imitates-life/ Sometimes people say that stories of wonder and magic are unrealistic. Because they never happen in real life. But this isn’t true. […]

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Sf Signal post: A Blind Man’s Journey Through Hell

Posted January 20, 2015 By John C Wright

My beautiful and talented wife was asked to contribute a guest essay at SF SIGNAL: http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2015/01/guest-post-special-needs-in-strange-worlds-l-jagi-lamplighter-on-meditations-on-a-blind-mans-journey-through-hell/ Some choice quotes to whet your curiosity: [GUEST POST] Special Needs in Strange Worlds: L. Jagi Lamplighter on Meditations on a Blind Man’s Journey Through Hell When I was preparing to write this article, I discussed the idea with […]

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Victor Davis Hanson praises Sci Phi Journal

Posted January 16, 2015 By John C Wright

Craig Bernthal on the Victor Davis Hansen Private Papers website reviews the stories and essays in the Sci Phi journal, and gives high praise to the editor, writers and essayists, likening them to the greats from the golden age of science fiction. I was please to see he liked my essay: Finally, there is John […]

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Blue Devils Embrace Dhimmi

Posted January 15, 2015 By John C Wright

Please note the following news stories, particularly the last one. All are recent. I am curious as to what deduction you, dear reader, deems should be drawn. Below, I will tell you my deduction, which is think is unsurprising, even obvious.

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Vox Day on Troll Hunting

Posted January 15, 2015 By John C Wright

My publisher has a clear and succinct list on how to hunt down online trolls. http://voxday.blogspot.com/2015/01/how-to-hunt-trolls.html The list is organized under 17 headings of short, pithy advice: Stay calm. Be patient. Directly inform the troll that he is banned: It is vital to put him on notice. Don’t delete the troll’s comments. Don’t permit the […]

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Sanctuary by Bill Whittle

Posted January 13, 2015 By John C Wright

Being from a military family and raised on post, as well as being an amateur student of history, I am unfortunately subject to the blind spot of assuming my readers know those things which, at one time, were common knowledge known to any literate schoolboy in America, such as the purpose of the rules and […]

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More Links to Moral Retardation

Posted January 13, 2015 By John C Wright

Let us be clear: the Left are bigots as vile as any man who ever donned a KKK hood or the uniform of the SS. A bigot is one who judges a case before any evidence is in based on the group-identity, usually the race, of any man brought before him, and whose judgment always […]

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More on Moral Retardation

Posted January 12, 2015 By John C Wright

Another evidence of Moral Retardation, aside from an utter inability to distinguish between opposites, is an utter inability to distinguish between differences of magnitude, as when, for example, the Moral Retard equates an insulting act, such as throwing a harmless metal baseball called a practice grenade into a mosque, with an act of war, such […]

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