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Commercialism Isn’t a Modern Creation. It’s Middle ages.

By Paul V / June 18, 2021

Throughout the eighteenth century, commercialism in Europe “took off” in a way it had actually refrained from doing in the past, and as an outcome the West exceeded all other locations of the world in economic growth. What resulted in this improvement? Max Weber offers the most popular answer. In The Protestant Principles and the […]

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Protecting the West Against the Barbarians

By Paul V / June 17, 2021

In some cases readers will ask me: “Why did you compose on that!.?.!? What were you trying to say?” My action has constantly been that practically whatever I attempt to convey, to write, is in some method connected to and comes under a broad heading of “the defense of Western Christian civilization and culture.” Thus, […]

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Why Big Business Ends up Supporting the Program

By Paul V / June 16, 2021

Policymakers understand they hold enormous power to manage and punish companies that do not play ball. Market leaders understand this too. So it’s most likely both sides will undoubtedly wind up “playing ball.” The Democrats in Congress desire extensive policy of social media which will eventually enable routine regulators to decide what is and what […]

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This Is What Might Trigger Huge Growth in CPI Inflation

By Paul V / June 15, 2021

Lots of episodes of financial inflation, some even long and virulent, do not include a denouement in a continual high CPI inflation over many years. Rather, these episodes have the typical attributes of property inflation and the financial authority levying tax in various forms– primarily inflation tax or monetary repression tax. For the financial inflation […]

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A Southern Tune, A Southern Heritage– Canceled

By Paul V / June 14, 2021

Please select a gift and click “Next”. Thank you for your support! Books Is Davis a Traitor? Or Was Secession a Constitutional Right Previous to the War of 1861? Albert Taylor Bledsoe, author, Brion McClanahan and Mike Church, editors Published a year after the war, it supplies the best argument every put together in one […]

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Much Ado about Nothing in the Art Market

By Paul V / June 11, 2021

Nothing will come of nothing.Shakespeare, King Lear If, as we are often told, the aim of art is to shock the bourgeoisie, then the contemporary art scene has become positively electric of late. In the most recent aesthetic outrage, a Sardinian artist named Salvatore Garau managed to sell an invisible sculpture, known simply as “I […]

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Western Civilization-Post Scriptum|Abbeville Institute

By Paul V / June 9, 2021

< img width ="570"height= "419"src="https://www.abbevilleinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/lost-cause-2.jpg" alt =""/ > I when wrote an article on the issues emerging from what I described “group condemnation.” I believed that in attempting to caution individuals of threats lurking in the culture, those who blamed “groups” instead of individuals tended to lose reliability. To speak versus the Jews or the […]

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Making Servants of Freed Men

By Paul V / June 8, 2021

NB ‘s idea of the priesthood of all believers, the Orlamünders had actually ended up being positive exegetes … This is a story of what happens when the cat is blurt of the bag, and when the one who opened the bag believes he is the only one certified to be so released … The […]

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Why Fact Can not Survive on a Foundation of Sand

By Paul V / June 6, 2021

Orthodoxy, G.K. Chesterton( ebook )Chesterton opens the last chapter of this book with a look back at the road he has travelled so far. He has constructed his case that Christian orthodoxy (as he uses might justlyturn round and say,”You have discovered an useful viewpoint in the teaching of the Fall; effectively. You have discovered […]

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