Today is the anniversary of the signing of the Ulster Covenant in 1912. The event was one of the largest demonstrations of popular resistance to government-imposed betrayal in the whole of British history. Its impact resonates to this day.
The witch-hunt against Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh displays an aggressive and intolerant leftist mob mentality which bodes ill for America.
Paris, once the famed ‘City of Light’ is now slipping into a special sort of darkness!
Doyle Bataireacht or Irish Stick Fighting or simply ‘The Newfie Shillelagh” is a devastatingly effective two-handed combative system developed well over 300 years ago by a Doyle family in Ireland. This system was brought to Canada in the early 1800s, and is today growing in popularity.
Archaeologists searching for the site where Jesus performed His water-to-wine miracle have said that excavations of tunnels of ancient Christian worship provide a strong clue.
Just because you’re outnumbered doesn’t mean you’re beaten! That’s one of three lasting lesson from the experience of Rhodesia. The former British colony declared Independence from Britain when the Labour government decided to hand the place over to Marxist African terrorists. For 15 years, the young men of the tiny European population of under 300,000 waged a heroic Bush War against the Soviet-backed insurgents.
After more than 400 years of relentless aggression against Christian lands, communities and pilgrims, the West finally decided to strike back!
Explore the ruins of the Templar castle in Vran, Croatia. Very few organisations in history have ever had the ‘reach’ and presence of the Knights Templar.
GRAYBEARDS WERE THIN ON THE ground in the 13th century. For even wealthy landholding males, average life expectancy was about 31 years, rising to 48 years for those who made it to their twenties. The Knights Templar, then, must have seemed to have some magical potion: Many members of this Catholic military order lived long past 60. And even then, they often died at the hands of their enemies, rather than from illness.