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Revisionism Curse of the 21st Century: Part One

Revisionism Curse of the 21st Century:  Part One

By Sigrid Weidenweber The word revision holds a double meaning. Revision can be used to re-establish the truth, or it can be used to revise truth into a lie. Once we have established that fact we can examine the examples of both kinds of revision. It is said that the victor writes the history of […]

Revisionism the Curse of the 21st Century: Columnist Sigrid Weidenweber to speak in Thousand Oaks–June 18th

Revisionism the Curse of the 21st Century: Columnist Sigrid Weidenweber to speak in Thousand Oaks–June 18th

Date: Thurs., June 18 Time: 6:45 p.m. Social time — 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Address: 2697 Lavery Ct.,Suite 16, Newbury Park (Calvary Chapel) Map to Calvary Chapel Revisionism the Curse of the 21st Century: In previous centuries revision of political decisions and historical facts were revised and distorted by those with the means to control […]

What is so special about the Magna Carta? Eight Hundred Years of Liberty

What is so special about the Magna Carta?  Eight Hundred Years of Liberty

By Sigrid Weidenweber The selfsame moment mankind traded the Hunter-Gatherer culture for the predictable food supply of agrarianism, social problems arose. The action of tilling a field and harvesting its crop, posed the first conflict. A realm previously shared by the clan, had, through labor, become the possession of an individual. Soon questions arose concerning […]

Contemplation on “The Price of Civilization”

Contemplation on  “The Price of Civilization”

I cannot imagine what my mornings would be like without the Wall Street Journal. The pearls I find therein are well beyond the realm of ordinary papers. I find myself going blithely on thought-provoking journeys stimulated by reports. Best of all, the fare presented is fairly balanced between the liberal and conservative outlook on the […]

Honor the Keepers of Freedom and Understand We Must Change Course

Honor the Keepers of Freedom and Understand We Must Change Course

By Sigrid Weidenweber How is it possible that the great Western Civilizations, and especially exceptional America—home of the brave, the just, the most giving country in the entire history of this planet, is teetering on the brink of destruction? How is it possible that the magnificent heroine in the play of Western Civilization is now […]

The Intellectual Snobbery of the Ivy League Set: What’s Wrong with Today’s Education

The Intellectual Snobbery of the Ivy League Set: What’s Wrong with Today’s Education

By Sigrid Weidenweber I know that I will get plenty of angry responses from the apologists for today’s teaching methods of behavior in the schools and the homes of Americans and Europeans. To them I quote a letter by Prof. David C. Rose, University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis. In this letter he comments on […]

When Nations Fall–Part 3: American Freedom of Expression Under Censorship

When Nations Fall–Part 3: American Freedom of Expression Under Censorship

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Free speech is protected under the First Amendment. However, for longer than I care to remember, free speech has become the prerogative of an elite who decide what we can say or are not allowed to discuss. They have a technique at their disposal with which they silence anyone who […]

When Nations Fall–Part Two

When Nations Fall–Part Two

    By Sigrid Weidenweber When people in any given society refuse to play their assigned roles—all falls apart. A Jewish proverb poses: the fish stinks from the head. This is a simple and succinct statement. Everyone in most cultures knows what it means: If the government is corrupt, try the corruption spreads through all […]

When nations fall–Part One

When nations fall–Part One

    By Sigrid Weidenweber We all have our reflective moments when we examine the health of our own lives and, pilule if we have just read the paper, cialis the health of our society. Now that most of our cultures and societies are linked by financial and economic ties, we then have to delve […]

Islam’s Virgins

Islam’s Virgins

By Sigrid Weidenweber Having researched the subject of marriage from an anthropological point of view, generic I knew of course that in many countries the ugly custom of child marriage persists. A large part of the world views women as a whole population of humans in slavery. Slaves and serfs were people without rights. They […]