Cover of Redeeming the Time It is by no means certain that our present moral and constitutional order is providing sufficiently for its own future. Modern men pay a great deal of attention to material and technological means, but little attention to the instruments by which any generation must fulfill its part in the contract […]
November 26, 2010
Ken Myers responds to Lee Seigel’s Against The Machine and identifies what may be the essential challenge of the internet, of blogging, of television, and of the beliefs that give rise to all these useful technologies. Everything Ken Myers writes is thoughtful and insightful, so take a look at this and explore his site while
I wish I had posted this yesterday or earlier, but it merits attention anyway. This is how Thanksgiving became our national feast day. Happy Thanksgiving to All » Secondhand Smoke | A First Things Blog.
Here is a poem by an immortal English poet that I never learned in the state schools I attended as a child. I can’t imagine why: To The Men of England Men of England, wherefore plough For the lords who lay ye low? Wherefore weave with toil and care The rich robes your tyrants wear?