Donald R. McClarey

Marxism: Been There, Done That

Jordan Peterson explains just how obscene the current resurgence of interest in Marxism is:   The late great Benny Hill said it in fewer words 29 years ago:  

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Donald R. McClarey

High Flight

Something for the weekend.  High Flight.  One hundred years ago on Bastille Day 1918, Lieutenant Quentin Roosevelt, youngest child of President Theodore Roosevelt, died in combat at 20 years old.  He shared with his father a brilliant mind, an exuberant

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Democratic Socialism

News missed by PopeWatch courtesy of The Babylon Bee:   You can’t go into a Whole Foods or indie record store without hearing somebody talk about it: democratic socialism. Is it a radical new idea that we should try out

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Donald R. McClarey

Ten Years of TAC: Bastille Day and the Transformative Power of History

(The American Catholic will observe its tenth anniversary in October.  We will be reposting some classic TAC posts of the past.  This post is from July 14, 2012.)     Something for the weekend.   The La Marseillaise scene from Casablanca. 

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