October 25, 2013
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Remarkable, a wave so sharp and sheer— / It is metal—hear it rattle, like a logger’s gear.
Neither death, nor life, nor angels, / nor principalities, nor powers, / nor things present, nor things to come...
No doubt about it. There was the trout stream. These were the woods. And that was a hymn where no hymn should be.
More thoughts on Joseph Bottum's "The Things We Share," and Nicholas Clifford's "Historical Amnesia."
The vast majority of Americans are outraged that some in Congress are endangering the economic security of the nation in pursuit of a narrow ideological agenda.
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