Donald R. McClarey

Last Salute of the World War II Generation

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Donald R. McClarey

Festivals of Light

Now Judas celebrated the festival of the restoration of the sacrifices of the temple for eight days, and omitted no sort of pleasures thereon; but he feasted them upon very rich and splendid sacrifices; and he honored God, and delighted

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Donald R. McClarey

December 4, 1918: Woodrow Wilson Sails for France

  Woodrow Wilson sailed for France a century ago, ironically in the SS George Washington, a German passenger liner interned in New York City at the outbreak of World War I.  He was the second US President to travel abroad

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Donald R. McClarey

The Perfect Story for Harvard

  Ah, Leftists, tolerant of everyone except people who think one iota differently from them. A Harvard graduate student was told she has to move out of her apartment after her roommates found her legally owned firearms “uncomfortable” and anxiety-inducing.

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint John Damascene

Had God kept from being made those who through His goodness were to have existence, but who by their own choice were to become evil, then evil would have prevailed over the goodness of God. Thus, all things which God

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Donald R. McClarey

December 4, 1918: Woodrow Wilson Sails for France

  Woodrow Wilson sailed for France a century ago, ironically in the SS George Washington, a German passenger liner interned in New York City at the outbreak of World War I.  He was the second US President to travel abroad

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Nicolas Gomez Davila

The modern world will not be punished. It is the punishment. Nicolas Gomez Davila Gomez Davila died in 1994, but PopeWatch believes this is the best summary of the current pontificate.  Go here to read some of his aphorisms about

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