I recently wrote a review of Andrew Robert's "The History of the English Speaking Peoples Since 1900". The same issue of WNP included an article on American and British relations, the "special relationship" as it is called. As many of you know it is a common theme of our work.
Last week I taped two programs for Beyond Today. One program was entitled, "The New Atheism". A number of books have recently been written by atheists who have adopted a more militant, agrressive form of the malady. Christopher Hitchens' "God is Not Great" is probably the more erudite and entertaining of the lot.
Happy 4th of July to everyone. Where I am it promises to be a pleasant day, with perhaps some rain. We'll be smoking some venison and turkey in the back yard while enjoying the company of our family. Our newly arrived granddaughter Ella will be here along with her "cousin to come", baby Liam.
King Solomon wrote "Of making many books there is no end...". I am very glad this statement is still true today. I love reading books, both old and new, and usually my desk finds three to five books stacked on the the left side.
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