Donald R. McClarey

I Don’t Know Whether to Cheer or to Weep

A Charlemagne Rubber Ducky.  A true sign of our times, although I am unsure of a sign of what.   Charles the Great.  He found the crown of the Roman emperors lying in the gutter of time, and by his

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The Real Charlie

Remarkable.  The bones of Charlemagne at Aachen are likely his real bones:   The relics of Charlemagne, long on display at a treasury in Germany, are likely the real bones of the Frankish king, scientists say. Last Tuesday (Jan. 28)

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Charlemagne

    Something for the weekend.  Charlemagne by the endlessly talented folks at music for history lovers, sung to the tune of Call Me by Blondie. Charles the Great.  He found the crown of the Roman emperors lying in the

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MUNIFICENTISSIMUS DEUS

1. The most bountiful God, who is almighty, the plan of whose providence rests upon wisdom and love, tempers, in the secret purpose of his own mind, the sorrows of peoples and of individual men by means of joys that

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Science and Technology in World History

Technological history is a unique point of view that always caught my eye.  David Deming of the American Thinker gives us a brief synopsis of his latest contribution in this genre.  Keep in mind how integral Christianity was to the

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