Random Thoughts

First, Vincent Frankini of Tumblar House made a suggestion that if one were to read 10 pages per day for an entire year, you would read about 3650 pages in a year which would work out to 10-20 books per year.  So, I was reading Libido Dominandi the last couple of mornings.  I bought Libido […]

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Happy Victoria Day!

Today is probably my favourite secular holiday.  On the third Monday in May Canadians celebrate the reign of Queen Victoria, the granddaughter of King George III. Victoria was the daughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, the fourth son of King George III. Both the Duke of Kent and King George III died […]

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We need clear blue water.

Sorry, its not a post about our water quality which deserves a post for itself.  This is about the Conservative Party of Canada leadership race.  I want to share an interview that was done by Mark Steyn with Maxime Bernier. Affectionately known as “Mad Max” by some of his supporters, he’s running a principled campaign […]

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A Right to Arms.

This is wonderful documentary about our Canadian history and our historic right to bear arms and defend ourselves against intruders or even a hostile, tyrannical government.  Its quite amusing that our rebellions against our English rulers in the 19th century aren’t talked about much in our public education.  You wouldn’t want the truth to get […]

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Who’s Alfred?

Some of you might be wondering, who’s Alfred?  Alfred is Alfred the Great, King of Wessex from r.871-899.  Alfred is one of only two Kings to receive the epithet of “Great”, along with Cnut, the Scandinavian .   He successfully defeated the Vikings at Edington to preserve his Kingdom, the only Kingdom in England that […]

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