Monday, April 09, 2012

Items of Interest, 9 April 2012

More on John Derbyshire: A Purge too Far
Derbyshire and National Review: A Conflict of Visions
Thomas Fleming
Paul Gottfried

Peter Hitchens, Quiz Show: ‘We thought we were going to get TV … but TV has got us instead’

Why Obama's Jobs Act Couldn't Suck Worse
Political correctness beats cosmopolitan Libertarianism: because sacrificial religion beats hedonic individualism

Paul Gottfried, What the Hell is the West?
The Uniforms Came in One Color by Adnan Sarwar

DAVE LINDORFF, Kurt Vonnegut and the American Police State
FRANKLIN C. SPINNEY, The Afghan Disaster (link at Fabius Maximus)

The 14th Amendment and the Bill of Rights
When are Federal Laws Supreme?
Health Care On Federal Enclaves, And Really Silly Journalists.
Who Was the Real Thomas Jefferson? A review of Liberty, State, Union

That Old Romanov Feeling
America loses even if it wins a war with China.

Economics:

(via Mish)

Consuming Kids: The Commercialization of Childhood (Trailer)

Media Education Foundation



Energy:
Beehive Design Collective: “The True Cost of Coal” Slide Show
Education in a Post-Carbon World by Steve Bull

Catholic:
The Pope's Homily for the East Vigil Mass
The Legion Must Disappear

Orthodox:
Orthodox believers celebrate Palm Sunday
The Byzantine communion chant for Easter in 14th-century manuscripts
Orthodox Christians Celebrate Palm Sunday

Education:
Grounding the Life of the Mind

Diet and Health:
The Paleo Solution – Episode 112, guest Dr. Loren Cordain (mp3)
7-Year Blogiversary Giveaway Contest Prize Package Post #2
Guest Post: The Difference Between Eating Paleo and “Being Paleo”
The Trouble With Pork, Part 2
Women cannot rewind the biological clock

Architecture:
SCA – Notre Dame

American History:
Rare color photos from 1930s-40s
Inside the Army's Secret Cold War Ice Base

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