8/23/17 I've laid out earlier articles in regards to this Pope - feel free to reference those for more context on my opinions of him (and his newly appointed head of theology)....so I won't add that element to this quick post. The Amazing Marxist Pope will be hosting a global event in Rome this … Continue reading Picked the Wrong Week to Be Silent
8/3/17 These book reviews are not only a lot of fun to do but they are getting very good responses from YOU GUYS .... thanks for reading them! "Island" was the final novel by Aldous Huxley. Written in 1962 and paralleling "Brave New World" in the sense that it's a vision of a possible future … Continue reading A Book Review – Aldous Huxley’s “Island”
4/18/17 (after - all) I really enjoy doing the "book reviews" on this site and have noticed that those articles are getting quick views and likes from several readers. I think that's a wonderful thing! I have been contemplating a book review for Sybille Bedford's biography of Aldous Huxley; as I find him to be a … Continue reading Fascinating Quote – Aldous Huxley
4/15/17 Happy Easter! Let's look to history to see the evidence of Marxist/Communist hatred for families. Here's the source I'm quoting - it's a PRO-MARXIST publication: "Marx for Beginners" by Rius Published by Pantheon in New York 1976. The quotes I will share are from the co-author of the Communist Manifesto, F. Engels. Mr Engels protests … Continue reading More on Families – Here’s the Communist Playbook
2/11/2017 (40 min's before tipoff) While looking back through Huxley's "Brave New World" last night I re-read the author's 'Foreword' and was encouraged by the opening paragraph. It's not that the words are cleverly crafted or deeply philosophical (especially for someone with an intellect like Huxley's) - but the simplicity of the notion itself is … Continue reading Quick Hits – A Word of Encouragement!
2/10/17 With these two dystopian cornerstones we have the two most widely read, most widely referenced, indelibly fascinating and persistently eerie future-shock novels of all time. Honorable mention should go to Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451" however - that book will likely get a separate review in the coming weeks since it is worthy of note as well. Every other dystopian story told since the … Continue reading Dystopian Book Recommendations -Highlights and Thoughts on Orwell’s “1984” and Huxley’s “Brave New World”