A Challenge to Our Lady of Fatima

The Portuguese parliament’s approval of same-sex “marriage” on January 8 is shocking for many reasons. A Challenge to Our Lady of Fatima First, the fact itself legalizes a practice aberrant to nature and also discredits marriage. Then, this law was … Continue reading

A Link with the Left

Words can have a magical effect on people. Their simple usage can even change the way the public views people and positions. Long ago, the left figured this out and has taken full advantage of the fact. Thus, when homosexuals … Continue reading

The War of Words: What is an Insurgent?

It is said a picture is worth a thousand words, but a well chosen word can make an otherwise clear picture, quite obscure. This became very evident for me recently as I read an Associated Press article1 about how 76 … Continue reading

Unperceived Ideological Transshipment and Dialogue

Contents: Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira Introduction Twisting Words in the Service of Communist Propaganda Unmasking a Process Implicit Ideological Action, the Central Feature of the Process Unperceived Ideological Transshipment: A Summary Chapter I · An Obsolete Conception of the Efficacy … Continue reading

Living Tableaux-Explosions

A friend recently arrived from Paris told me he had seen a unique play. The plot was not taken from literary fiction, but from a phase in the history of France. Scenes from the frantic, filthy and bloody debacle of … Continue reading

The “Good Fellow”

When in 1971 the U.N. expelled Taiwan and accepted Red China as a member, a general consensus of appeasement swept over the world, infecting minds with forgetfulness of the horrors of Communism. As something quite similar is taking place today … Continue reading

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