Long before the Crusades. Here, at Front Page Magazine.
Try this article by a mathematician.
I find it rather remarkable how academic culture so willingly spawns heroes, only to have them torn down. Marx has more staying power. He has been refuted numerous times, but people still believe religiously in socialism.
Read Stuart Schneiderman on Freud here.
. . . in an American university. Things have not deteriorated so much in Canada, though Jordan Peterson might have cause to disagree.
Moonbattery has the story.
An article by Bernie Lewin in Watts Up That is worth reading. I cite the particular paragraph below because it lays out the fact that the recent (last 700,000 years ) of earth’s history has been a continuous ice age interrupted by brief interglacials, such as the last 10,000 years. This is called the Quaternary ice age, and we are still in it. My inference from this fact is that humans have much less control over the planet’s climate than the global warming catastrophists would have us believe. And as others have demonstrated, there has been a continuous leaching of CO2 out of the atmosphere for the last 33 million years.
Here at Barrel Strength.
The only reason recognizing Jerusalem as the Jewish State’s capital is controversial is that the world has been pretending it’s not for decades.
The largest man-made pre-nuclear explosion. Here.
Thanks to Steve T.
As for languages, I have given up on learning to speak French. I can read the language with a reasonable degree of facility, but understanding the spoken language–I give up. Next year I will turn to ecclesiastical Latin.