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Friday, December 31, 2010

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LJ

...the Church of Righteous Liberalism.

I love that expression.

Charles E Flynn

Do any of you know who wrote something to the effect that the chief cultural achievement of the Catholic Church has been to protect its members from the passing parade of imbecility? Google seems to have forgotten to index this observation.

bill bannon

Carl,
This was a great read for those of us who don't follow British writers....thanks.

Charles E Flynn

More Dalrymple:

http://www.manhattan-institute.org/html/dalrymple.htm

His "Life at the Bottom" is both the most depressing and the funniest book I have ever read.

Brad

While this is obviously very damning: "They consume without discrimination what they have not earned...", if we take out the word "not", the edited, imaginary observation would still be equally as damning in a Christian world, since we should give in charity even what we have duly earned, caring more for others than for ourselves. It goes to show how far we are from the saints, Mary, and Christ.

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