Thursday, April 12, 2012

Items of Interest, 12 April 2012

Daniel Larison, Subsidiarity and Rerum Novarum

Mary Ann Glendon, What's Wrong With Rights

Peter Hitchens, An Argument for Punishment

Paul Gottfried, Derb's National Rebuke

PJB, Obama's Zimmerman Problem

Juan Cole, The Iran Conundrum
Gary Leupp, The Irrationality of the Case against Iran’s Nuclear Program
Philip Giraldi, The Babylonian Captivity of Washington

Judge Napolitan, What If the Government Rejects the Constitution?

Liberty Classroom

Matthew Feeney, A New Grassroots Currency Hits the Market in Greece

John Michael Greer, America: The Gasoline War



Farming:
How to design more resilient, food producing systems (without money and fossil fuels)

Why Don't Farmers Just Do It?

Diet and Health:
On 'Exercising Like a Caveman': Commentary by Erwan Le Corre

Catholic:
Something on Cardinal Manning.

Brian O'Neel, author of 39 New Saints You Should Know on Morning Air, talking about depression. (mp3)
A Priest Who Had Depression

Bishops Issue Statement on Religious Liberty
Our First Most Cherished Liberty

Is SSPX homecoming imminent?

History:
Skeletons found at mass burial site in Oxford could be ’10th-century Viking raiders’

Feminism:
Women’s Unrealistic Online Standards Are Like Ice Cream
The Feminism Sh*t Test


More footage of the Mike Wallace interview of Margaret Sanger.

Author sees sexual revolution at root of women’s discontent
Feminism was the problem, the sexual revolution was just one moment in its history.

Minimalist Shoes:
Vibram FiveFingers Trek Flip Preview

Music:
Mark O'Connor, The Violin is So Cool It Has Two Names
Dec. 2010: Rachel Podger: Between baroque and a hard place

Misc:
Best Ranger TV
MALAYSIAN PARANGS
Brazilian Special Ops

Chris Costa: First Spear Tubes, 6/12 spotted in the wild…

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