(David Duggan, USA, 04/25/17 5:43 pm)
Do I dare attempt a reconciliation of Paul with Jesus? Can the sun be reconciled with the moon? Can the tides be reconciled with the shore? Can Athens be reconciled with Jerusalem? Can Antonin Scalia
(John Eipper, USA, 04/25/17 7:10 am)
Ric Mauricio writes:
Ah, horror of horrors. If only the world were flat...we would have not exhilarating downhill runs at Heavenly or Squaw Valley, the awesomene
(Tor Guimaraes, USA, 04/25/17 4:40 am)
Ric Mauricio (23 April) made some profound statements regarding the most important human problem: How more powerful human beings treat the less powerful ones, just like other animals do. Everything
(John Eipper, USA, 04/25/17 3:09 am)
Gary Moore writes:
Re: John Heelan April 24, presenting as documentation of the Belgian Congo
atrocities a quote from Mario Vargas Llosa's The Dream of the Ce
(John Heelan, UK, 04/24/17 9:50 am)
Patrick Mears (21 April) is right to point up Vargas Llosa's The Dream of the Celt--a quasi-biography of Roger Casement--as a record of the iniquities inflicted by the Belgian King Leopol
(Holger Terp, Denmark, 04/24/17 4:10 am)
In response to John E's question, the definitive history of the Danes in the West Indies seems to be waiting for an English-language book.
A few titles:
A guide t
(Enrique Torner, USA, 04/24/17 3:49 am)
I really liked Ric Mauricio's post on enslaving ourselves (April 23), that is, until I reached the part where he stated that the Apostle Paul contradicts the teachings of Jesus.
I would lik
(Timothy Brown, USA, 04/23/17 5:46 pm)
I enjoy Ric Mauricio's thoughtful "if only, but then" thoughts.
They remind me of a saying from my youth: "If the world were flat, we'd never have to walk uphill."
(John Eipper, USA, 04/23/17 12:13 pm)
Gary Moore writes:
Richard Hancock's great posts (April 17th and 19th), on archival arcana revealing the history of Texas,
remind of a rich vein. As he told of th
(Mike Bonnie, USA, 04/23/17 7:33 am)
The tea leaves are telling me it's time to come clean on my long disappearance from WAIS. It was a time I easily blew off as an artful dodge of election turmoil.
Please do not bemoan the s