Thursday, March 01, 2012

Breitbart: Who will take his baton?

He lives! If at time life seems to be a race, remember that it's a relay.

Though we lost a great force, I’d like to point out that when Blaise Pascal was taken from us at 39 years of age, those who read his Provincial Letters did not let them fade into obscurity. The result was thirty years later the tyranny of opinion at the Sorbonne was ended, and the Age of Reason continued to blossom.

May we be so lucky to have men of conscience accept the baton that Mr. Breitbart had been carrying for us all.


  1. As Paul de Bursac said in, "To Have and Have Not", "there is always someone else." The socialists think that by getting rid of the one person who stands up to them they can prevent others from standing up to them, but there is always someone else to take their places.
    I don't know who it will be, but there will be someone else.

  2. I know I've gotten much more active since his death Windy. I'm hoping to keep it up. My biggest frustration has always been how easily the death culters maneuver in a culture that wants to give everyone the benefit of the doubt. I'm determined now to shove that frustration aside and keep pushing the issue -- and pray that not too many have lapped up the Sustainability Kool-aid.

    Hey, I haven't heard from you in a long time. Have you been similarly affected too?


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