Tag Archives: Traditionalism

Why I No Longer Complain About Christmas Before Thanksgiving

It’s that time of year. It’s Thanksgiving (in the United States). Just a few more days . . . but we’ve had Christmas decorations, songs, commercials, and anti-consumerist pleas for literally months now. The annual joke is that it happens … Continue reading

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Are the Honor Harrington Books Too Feminist?

After Lori wrote her review of the Honor Harrington series, she got a comment that she had to take issue with. It wasn’t a comment here on the blog, and the person who made it isn’t a bad person, so I feel … Continue reading

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Judge Napolitano’s Odd View of Catholicism

The Catholic Geek network brought to my attention an interview with Andrew Napolitano, a former judge on the New York Superior Court and now a law professor and a commentator for various publications in both print and on television. The former … Continue reading

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