Edmund Burke

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AllAfrica.com
Mobile Phone in Hand, We Can Tame Graftcan be shared through the social media to shame the culprits and deter those wi
Mobile Phone in Hand, We Can Tame Graft
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
can be shared through the social media to shame the culprits and deter those with similar intentions. Philosopher Edmund Burke said, "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." We are not helpless. With... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The end of mannersopponents and allies with a chivalry unknown in these rude times. Unfortunately
The end of manners
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
opponents and allies with a chivalry unknown in these rude times. Unfortunately, even tragically, that time passed with Edmund Burke, who mourned its passing, and in these memorable words: But the age of chivalry is gone. That of sophisters,... Read more
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Breitbart
Shining Nation: The America that Could Be: The Rise of Donald Trump Will Force American Patriots to Think Harder —and a Book from 1912 Could Helpplan for accommodating both economic progress and the maintenance of the Americ
Shining Nation: The America that Could Be: The Rise of Donald Trump Will Force American Patriots to Think Harder —and a Book from 1912 Could Help
Breitbart / Posted 4 days ago
plan for accommodating both economic progress and the maintenance of the American middle class. As the great conservative Edmund Burke once said, the task of the statesman is to channel the tides of change through what are nevertheless the canals... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Ride on, General!and the British acquired an empire almost in an absence of mind. But great empi
Ride on, General!
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
and the British acquired an empire almost in an absence of mind. But great empires and little minds go ill together, as Edmund Burke tried to tell his fellow Parliamentarians, only to be ignored. Abandon the law and only violence remains to... Read more
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The New Statesman
How the hunt for black holes causes a rift in physicsschemes of world improvement. Whether their thinking was grounded in a religiou
How the hunt for black holes causes a rift in physics
The New Statesman / Posted 8 days ago
schemes of world improvement. Whether their thinking was grounded in a religious belief in original sin (as in the cases of Edmund Burke and the American conservative Russell Kirk) or a sceptical view of the power of human reason (as in David Hume... Read more
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The New Statesman
The left-wing firebrands who turned to the rightschemes of world improvement. Whether their thinking was grounded in a religiou
The left-wing firebrands who turned to the right
The New Statesman / Posted 8 days ago
schemes of world improvement. Whether their thinking was grounded in a religious belief in original sin (as in the cases of Edmund Burke and the American conservative Russell Kirk) or a sceptical view of the power of human reason (as in David Hume... Read more
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Raw Story
Jim Webb writes a repulsive love letter to Andrew Jacksonbe proud of this man for sitting on the most circulated bill in our currency?
Jim Webb writes a repulsive love letter to Andrew Jackson
Raw Story / Posted 8 days ago
be proud of this man for sitting on the most circulated bill in our currency? Webb should be well acquainted with the Edmund Burke quote about those who don’t learn from history being forced to repeat it. Part of valuing education and history... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Governor Shettima and N/East Devt Commission Agendadifferences aside and bury religious and sectional dichotomy to ensure the real
Governor Shettima and N/East Devt Commission Agenda
AllAfrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
differences aside and bury religious and sectional dichotomy to ensure the realization of this agenda. In the words of Edmund Burke a British Parliamentarian in 1774 to the Electors in Bristol, 'Parliament is not a congress of ambassadors from... Read more
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The Irish Times
Curiosity by Alberto Manguel review: ambitious but flawedscience distinguished between mere wonder and a proper impulse towards understa
Curiosity by Alberto Manguel review: ambitious but flawed
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
science distinguished between mere wonder and a proper impulse towards understanding; by the 18th century Edmund Burke could write that curiosity was “the first and simplest emotion”. Manguel devotes a lot of erudite energy to the... Read more
18d
The Christian Post
What Pope Francis and Joel Osteen Miss About Personal Transformationthat have been transformed by being conformed to the mind of Christ. (Romans 12
What Pope Francis and Joel Osteen Miss About Personal Transformation
The Christian Post / Posted 18 days ago
that have been transformed by being conformed to the mind of Christ. (Romans 12:1-2; Philippians 2:5-11) To paraphrase Edmund Burke, people are qualified for liberty in proportion to their willingness to put chains on their own passions. That... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
New rig for historic church bellexperts involved where they're needed.” Cast by Meneely Bell Foundry in West T
New rig for historic church bell
Sarnia Observer / Posted 20 days ago
experts involved where they're needed.” Cast by Meneely Bell Foundry in West Troy, New York, and brought to Sarnia by Rev. Edmund Burke Kilroy — who was a chaplain in the U.S. Civil War alongside Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman before coming to... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Bob’s $15 bn Claim: A Tale of Absurditiesthem to account for their claims. In fact, we swallow them rod, line and hook.
Bob’s $15 bn Claim: A Tale of Absurdities
New Zimbabwe / Posted 22 days ago
them to account for their claims. In fact, we swallow them rod, line and hook. That is more worrying. As the philosopher Edmund Burke said, the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing about it. And it is worse... Read more
22d
News 24 South Africa
Entrepreneur's learning curveback, but it certainly is not anymore. “The only thing necessary for the trium
Entrepreneur's learning curve
News 24 South Africa / Posted 22 days ago
back, but it certainly is not anymore. “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing” by Edmund Burke I believe we CAN make a difference, we CAN put competition back in business, WE CAN take control of our lives... Read more
22d
Newsmax
Watch Out Politicians: Investors Are Unhappygift since — according to the Supreme Court — the government has unlimited powe
Watch Out Politicians: Investors Are Unhappy
Newsmax / Posted 22 days ago
gift since — according to the Supreme Court — the government has unlimited power to take it all. It is all predictable. As Edmund Burke once said, “The greater the power, the more dangerous the abuse.” As crazy as the idea is, the politicians are... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Portman should meet nomineeit is the president’s job to nominate justices, it is the Senate’s job to “advi
Portman should meet nominee
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 23 days ago
it is the president’s job to nominate justices, it is the Senate’s job to “advise and consent.” Political philosopher Edmund Burke, the founder of modern conservatism, once said representatives owe their constituents not only their industry... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
LettersHarrison. The locally despised billboard on U.S. 62/412 is acknowledged. While
Letters
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
Harrison. The locally despised billboard on U.S. 62/412 is acknowledged. While the good people of Boone County do nothing. Edmund Burke is believed to have said that the only thing that is necessary for evil to succeed is for the good people to do... Read more
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The Irish Times
Sex and the secretive masonsas not so much secret as private. Dedicated, masons claim, to making good men b
Sex and the secretive masons
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
as not so much secret as private. Dedicated, masons claim, to making good men better, Irish freemasonry has included Edmund Burke, Ernest Shackleton, Thomas Barnardo and Oscar Wilde. Women were often relegated to fundraising and organising... Read more
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Boston Herald
Ryan-O the RINOs’ flavor of monthPalm Beach, writing dreary pap for Commentary and living in their gated communi
Ryan-O the RINOs’ flavor of month
Boston Herald / Posted 25 days ago
Palm Beach, writing dreary pap for Commentary and living in their gated communities or doorman high-rises. Some of these Edmund Burke-quoting phony-balonies would be willing to Lose With Cruz. But despite Rafael’s impeccable Establishment... Read more
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Times of Malta
Gates of the Fourth Estatesection of the media about the disgruntled businessman planting the story for r
Gates of the Fourth Estate
Times of Malta / Posted 26 days ago
section of the media about the disgruntled businessman planting the story for revenge became a bad joke. Since 1787, when Edmund Burke first used the term in a parliamentary debate on opening reporting in the House of Commons, journalists have... Read more
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Acton Commentary
Why Edmund Burke Supported Free Tradeprioritizing efficiency and cheap widgetry over “stability” and “social well-be
Why Edmund Burke Supported Free Trade
Acton Commentary / Posted 29 days ago
prioritizing efficiency and cheap widgetry over “stability” and “social well-being.” Such critics would do well to heed Edmund Burke, one of the movement’s communitarian heroes. Burke was a staunch supporter of free trade not because he was... Read more
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Christian Today
Why don't Conservatives conserve things anymore?and Reagan's economic fundamentalism. Instead of the true conservatism champio
Why don't Conservatives conserve things anymore?
Christian Today / Posted 1 months ago
and Reagan's economic fundamentalism. Instead of the true conservatism championed by giants like Michael Oakeshott and Edmund Burke, the last four decades of conservative rule in the UK and US has led to the triumph of global mega corporations... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Lewis: Trump's leadership style is base and primalearthly prince to keep them safe. Trump, our modern strongman, may have to brea
Lewis: Trump's leadership style is base and primal
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 1 months ago
earthly prince to keep them safe. Trump, our modern strongman, may have to break a few eggs to make this omelet. And, as Edmund Burke warned, “The age of chivalry is gone. That of sophisters, economists, and calculators, has succeeded; and the... Read more

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