Tag Archives: England

The Atlantic Periphery: Fault Lines

It is becoming clear to anyone with even a modicum of political insight that London remains the epicenter when considering the mounting challenges enveloping the continent.  Every night for over a week, Islamists continue their nightly rampage through Jewish towns … Continue reading

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Pakistan’s ‘Relief Valve’, The Azaadi of Kashmir

The Economist  provides an unrivaled summary of the geopolitical consequences of the British partition of India.  Positioning Muslim majorities on both sides of India effectively sought to keep New Delhi in a perpetual state of siege.  Only Northern Ireland & … Continue reading

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Theresa May’s Home Run @Dispatch Box

This week saw the resurgence of two significant components of political life on display when England’s new Prime Minister approached the Dispatch Box for question time:  rhetoric and applied effort. Although our founders knew the fragility of Parliaments, having chosen a … Continue reading

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Islam & ‘Sex Slaves’: Case Study

I suppose that most people are unable to wade into distinct contrasts between traditions (moral or textual) that animate various religious traditions.  I say ‘religious’ for a distinct reason:  revelation reveals ‘man’ to ‘himself’. In other words, the concept of … Continue reading

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Why England Succeeded In Possessing An Enlightened Economic Model Over Other Western Monarchies

Imprimus.  Latin for ‘ideas have consequences.’ For anyone who studied at University after circa 1985, you missed the greatest education curriculum ever produced since antiquity, namely the trivium and quatrivium.  Within either the trivium or quatrivium, if you studied any … Continue reading

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