(Random thought: If this is Lee's flagship newspaper, why do they keep striking her sails and keelhauling
Chaplains were also responsible for changing the policy on several unsavory customs such as keelhauling
. The Navy outlawed it as punishment for crimes because of the Chaplain Corps' efforts.
("Brushing against it can induce injuries roughly comparable, one supposes, to those suffered in keelhauling
," Vincent Scully wrote in praise of Yale's Art and Architecture Building.
, "be[ing] thrown three times from [a ship's] great
money and keelhauling
disobedient prisoners, Bond set stringent
(16.) See, e.g., Buck Endemann, Comment, Keelhauling
For many years The John Birch Society bore the brunt of such attacks, but today many other constitutionalist, conservative, pro-family, pro-life, pro-marriage, and pro-Second Amendment organizations are also being subjected to the same keelhauling
by professional propagandists of the Stalinist variety--and their media enablers who aid and abet the defamation.
From the Jolly Roger to the when's, how's, and to whom's of "keelhauling
," The Invisible Hook takes the an-arrgh-chy (Leeson's term) of "shiver my timbers" piracy and renders it an intelligible, purposeful order.
Basescu, the former ship captain, appears intent on keelhauling
his opponents, thwarting their attempts to have their favourite nominated for prime minister.
26 The brutal and sometimes fatal naval punishment of keelhauling
was only ever official in one navy, which abolished it in 1853 - which navy?
"Lashes at the grating, keelhauling
, flogging around the fleet and so on.
Up on the stage we're visited by Scott O'Grady, a fighter pilot shot down over Kosovo, who, we're told, survived for a time on a diet of leaves and insects, and also by Orange County Sheriff Kevin Beary, who dishes out an apoplectic keelhauling
in a campaign-ravaged voice that sounds like a damaged kazoo.