Matthew J. Franck
Robert P. George
William J. Haun
David T. Koyzis
Robert T. Miller
James R. Rogers
Russell E. Saltzman
Our avant-garde cherishes memories of an oppressive past.
Interesting… although, for them, they aren’t memories yet, but still real. So you’ll still hear talk of the “oppressive institution of marriage” when most marriages end in divorce and most children are born out of wedlock.
“Being a victim” is the new form of virtue, so the left will never let the image of an excessively ordered “Leave it to Beaver” type 1950′s family leave our minds as a lurking oppressor, even though that sort of thing was a bit campy even then.
Clearly this means you need to start tweeting.
While our Culture Warriors cherish imaginations of an oppressive present.
Man is not man who swims alone.
-my first effort at an aphorism. :P
Modern men complaining that the Christian church is obsessed with sex are like arsonists complaining that the fire brigade are obsessed with putting out fires.
I’m thinking Reno came up with this aphorism after watching a few episodes of Mad Men.