Category Archives: Homeland

The Deed of Death

Beyond the infinite and boundless reachOf mercy, if thou didst this deed of deathArt thou damned. -Shakespeare, King John _________________ For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities. Revelations 18: 5 _________________ I don’t like … Continue reading

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Unmitigated Evil

A credulous father and a brother noble,Whose nature is so far from doing harmsThat he suspects none; on whose foolish honestyMy practices ride easy. I see the business.Let me, if not by birth, have lands by wit:All with me’s meet … Continue reading

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The Shadow of Satan

‘Tis the time’s plague, when madmen lead the blind. –King Lear _________________________________ In his song-poem “My Old Kentucky Home,” Stephen Collins Foster describes the sorrow involved when what was once our home is no more: The day goes by like … Continue reading

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Surviving the Tempest of Liberalism

The day goes by like a shadow o’er the heart. – Stephen Collins Foster In France they have their Bastille Day, and in America we have our 4th of July. In both cases the celebrations are grounded in the satanic … Continue reading

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