Tag Archives: Roman Empire

Sacrifice for Thee But None For Me

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds The banquet of consequences for the Fed, the elites and their armies of parasitic flunkies and factotums is being laid out, and there won’t be much choice in the seating. Words can … Continue reading

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The Child That Christmas Forgot: How Would Jesus Fare in the American Police State?

By John W. Whitehead Source: The Rutherford Institute “Once upon a midnight clear, there was a child’s cry, a blazing star hung over a stable, and wise men came with birthday gifts. We haven’t forgotten that night down the centuries. … Continue reading

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Jesus Was Born in a Police State

By John W. Whitehead Source: The Rutherford Institute “Jesus is too much for us. The church’s later treatment of the gospels is one long effort to rescue Jesus from ‘extremism.’”—author Gary Wills, What Jesus Meant The Christmas narrative of a … Continue reading

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US fall from virtuous republic to tragic-comic empire described exactly by Roman historians

By Carl Herman Source: The Daily Censored The ancient Greek historian, Polybius, celebrated the Roman republic of ~ 150 BC under its constitution with balance of powers among the Senate, two elected consuls, and the general citizens: “Such being the power that each part has of … Continue reading

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