Oh, That Crisis

by Lindy Davies

To hear left-leaning folks at places like Common Dreams tell it, we should’ve done something serious about global warming twenty years ago: the glaciers are melting, seas rising, hurricanes intensifying and the polar bears are doomed. Al Gore is the hero of the day, and sentient beings everywhere are all pretty much screwed. I don’t understand why this news is presented with a kind of unnerving, told-ya-so glee, but it is. Continue reading

One As Well As Another

by Herbert S. Bigelow

Herbert S. Bigelow was the pastor of the Vine St. Congregational Church in Cincinnatti around the turn of the 20th century. Despite repeated warnings from superiors in the church, he persisted in giving outspoken single-tax sermons, and developed a strong following. His collection of sermons, The Religion of Revolution, was published in 1916, with an introduction by Mrs. Mary Fels. Continue reading