Thursday, February 09, 2012

Links of Interest, 9 February 2012

Rod Dreher, Obama Chose Feminists Over Religious Liberty
Patrick Buchanan, Obama Tramples on God's Turf

Planned Parenthood’s Grand Delusion, by William Murchison

Komen's Karen Handel quits after funding dispute
Komen Exec Quits Over Funding Flap
Former Susan G. Komen VP Karen Handel: Planned Parenthood "Hijacked This Great Organization"

"Court Strikes Down Ban on Gay Marriage in California"
The Ninth Circuit’s Desperate Targeting of Justice Kennedy by Matthew J. Franck

Climate Science Goes Megalomaniacal by FRANKLIN C. SPINNEY
From last week: No global warming since 1997
'I Feel Duped on Climate Change'

Iran:
Philip Giraldi, All the Lies Fit to Print

Economics:
Uneconomics: a challenge to the power of the economics profession by William Davies (EB)

Richard Heinberg: Happiness is the ultimate economic indicator

Wee shall overcome: Tiny houses, big plans by Jessica Dur (EB)

Relocalization and Agrarianism:
Localization is the Economics of Happiness

Farmers Go Wild by Abby Quillen (EB)

Cold weather conundrum by Gene Logsdon (EB)

A day in the life of a Transitioner
Charlotte Du Cann, Transition Norwich Blog
(EB)

Wes Jackson, Forever Planting

The Benefits of Gratitude

RJ Snell, Creative Fidelity and Weighty People

10 Reasons to Become Self-Sufficient and 10 Ways to Get There

An interview with Michael Shuman from 2009. His
Local Dollars, Local Sense.
resilience.org

A Toast to Local Farmers with Michael Shuman from Robert Russell on Vimeo.


Woody Tasch and Michael Brownlee at the Wilkinson Public library


Energy:
Roger Ebert reviews Windfall (NYT)


ALAN FARAGO, Big Wind’s Inconvenient Truth

Obama's energy stool by Rolf E. Westgard

Diet and Health:
http://energybulletin.net/stories/2012-02-06/school-lunchrooms-put-planet-and-kids-risk

Christianity:
Let us be Human: Christianity for a collapsing culture by Sam Norton (EB)

Remembering the Jesus Seminar by Rev. George W. Rutler



Education:
Why Russell Kirk's Teaching Humane Literature in High Schools is MUST Reading
by Robert M. Woods

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