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Mass Christian Economics: "The Camino Real of Christ is a Chivalric Way, Romantic, Full of Fire and Passion, Riding on the Pure, High-Spirited Horses of the Self"

John Senior shows that the Mass for Catholics is the only foundation of politics and  economics. His book "The Restoration of Christian Culture" is a battle cry for all who truly want the restoration of the Church and society. Here are a few passages from that great work:  Whatever we do in the political and social order, the indispensable foundation is prayer, the heart of which is the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the perfect prayer of Christ Himself, Priest and Victim, recreating in an unbloody manner the bloody, selfsame Sacrifice of Calvary. What is Christian Culture? It is essentially the Mass. That is not my or anyone’s opinion or theory or wish but the central fact of two thousand years of history. Christendom, what secularists call Western Civilization, is the Mass and the paraphernalia which protect and facilitate it. All architecture, art, political and social forms, economics, the way people live and feel and think, music, literature–al

Harvard PhD Researcher says Google Threatens Democracy: "Our Research leaves a Little Doubt about whether Google has the Ability to Control Voters"

"Scientist and scholar for almost 40 years" Robert Epstein has shown that Google is a threat to democracy in a Fox News interview on the Mark Levin Show: LEVIN: America, this is probably one of the most important shows I will have ever done. So I'm hopeful you'll watch the entire hour. It involves our Republican system of government. It involves our vote and the manipulation of the vote, and the outcome for the next presidential election, the effect it had on the past congressional elections. So this is a very, very important program as far as I'm concerned. And it involves you, my friend. You are the Senior Research Psychologist at the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology, former editor-in-chief of "Psychology Today," Founder and Director Emeritus of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies in Massachusetts. You received your PhD in Psychology in 1981 from Harvard University, just to get some of your bona fides out th