Saturday, March 24, 2012

Items of Interest, 24 March 2012

Joe Sobran, Jefferson was Right

The Christian Humanists Challenge the Machine
by Bradley J. Birzer, TIC co-Editor
Patrick Deneen, Birzer Against the Machine

The White Savior Industrial Complex

Srdja Trifkovic, Just a Regular French Youth
PJB, Tolouse: The Dark Side of Diversity

Rod Dreher, Race and the "Important Conversation"

Gl Piggy, Ditch the Hoodie
The hoodie: comfortable and versatile, eliminating the need for separate headgear on cold nights. But too much association with the "bad elements" of society?

Robert Bales: Lone Nut or Scapegoat?

A WSJ review of Kevin Gutzman's book on Madison: A President Oft-Overshadowed.

Obama Administration Releasing New Rules To Expand Ability To Hold Citizens' Data

Former Navy SEAL: “Cold Civil War, but for how long?”


Three New Books from League of the South

The Automatic Earth: To Where Our Oppositional Culture Takes Us

Egypt's next pope

Their Pope Dead, Egypt’s Copts Fear Worse Times by Patrick Cockburn
Occupy World Street! by Thomas H. Naylor
Alexander Cockburn, The Myth of the Knowledge Economy
Dave Lindorff, Evidence Homeland Security Coordinated Occupy Crackdown
Ralph Nader, CEOs Contemplate the Occupy Movement

Center for a New American Dream

Why the end of economic growth can bring more happiness

A review of The End of Growth by Richard Heinberg.

Farmers of Forty Centuries: Organic Farming in China, Korea and Japan
by Stuart Jeanne Bramhall

NLM: Scholarly Liturgical Articles, Antiphon, 2010
The Adoption of Christianity by the Irish and Anglo-Saxons: The Creation of Two Different Christian Societies
(I'm not impressed by the first paragraph.)
Cheeky Complaints Monks Scribbled in the Margins of Manuscripts

The Spearhead: Chivalry—Whether or not it’s dead, it’s not for us regular men.
How feminists define gender traits
Vox Day, Sl_tgate and Society
Temptation and Redemption: A Monastic Life in Stone

Diet and Health:
Ask The Low-Carb Experts (Episode 10): ‘All Things Thyroid (Thyroid 101)’ | Chris Kresser (mp3)
The People of PaleoFX
9 Food Cures You Can Grow at Home

The 5th MovNat Principle: Vital
I think there is something to what MovNat is trying to teach with respect to human mobility and strength development. This week the founder says something like this on his FB: "Matriarchal societies are wiser."
Roussea taken to an extreme, with the noble savage replaced by the noble savage woman. He has not experienced the misandry that follows feminism taking over a society yet? How many hunter-gatherer groups could be properly said to have been matriarchies? Has he not done research into that point? He doesn't claim to be recovering that sort of ancestral fitness, but it is close. Too much reaction against "civilization" for his own good?

SDG reviews October Baby.

Movie review: Rachel Weisz a passionate force in 'Deep Blue Sea'
More emotional porn for women?


Mad Men Returns, Cocky and Confident As Ever

More crap coming to television! Hooray!

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