Saturday, November 27, 2004

From blog member Samer al-Batal
From
The Spectator
An 1898 school exam for 11-year-olds

Thomas Woods book interview
On his latest, The Church Confronts Modernity: Catholic Intellectuals and the Progressive Era
What does disturb me, though, is the degree to which the American hierarchy supported Woodrow Wilson's decision to involve the United States in World War I. It is all the more bizarre given James Cardinal Gibbons' public criticism of President Wilson less than two years earlier for attempting to drag his country into a war for no reason other than to vindicate the ludicrous principle that every American should have the right during wartime to travel through declared submarine zones aboard armed, belligerent merchant ships. (Shameless plug: I think the World War I chapter is the most satisfying section of my other new book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History.)
From The Onion
White House Thanksgiving turkey detained without counsel

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