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Alexis de Tocqueville

Writer and statesman, born at Verneuil, Department of Seine-et-Oise, 29 July 1805; died at Cannes, 16 April, 1859. He was the great grandson of Malesherbes, the defender of Louis XVI. As a judge at Versailles in 1830 he formed a… Continue Reading →

St. Thomas Aquinas: Vulnero Nemo

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Swear Oath on the Bible or Don’t Swear an Oath

Recently, I was an observer to a debate on the constitutionality of taking an oath of office on a book or periodical that was not THE HOLY BIBLE. The provocateur of this debate claimed that they did not understand why… Continue Reading →

The Nazis Wanted to Know if JRR Tolkien Was Aryan; Tolkien Wasn’t Having Any of That

In 1938, English author and champion libertarian Catholic J. R. R. Tolkien and his British publisher, Stanley Unwin, opened talks with Rütten & Loening, a Berlin-based publishing house, about a German translation of his recently-published hit novel, “The Hobbit.” They… Continue Reading →

Brain damage tends to make people statist

Cooperation does not Require Coercion

Fr. Robert Sirico on Theocracy and Libertinism

How They See the Libertarian Catholic

The Libertarian Catholic Monarchy Liechtenstein

The Religious Political Axis

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