Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Items of Interest, 2 May 2012

‘Obscure Scribblers’ of the World, Unite!
Dr William Partlett reflects on the best way of overcoming the right-left divide

The Manhunt to Capture Osama Bin Laden

Why the Loyalty Day Declaration is a Good Thing
Vox Day

Judge Napolitano: Eric Holder Could Be Held In Contempt For Non-Response On Fast & Furious

Counterpunch:
PATRICK COCKBURN, Why Osama Lives
DAVE LINDORFF, The Constitutional Crimes of Barack Obama
RUSSELL MOKHIBER, Bribery as a Business Model

Economics and Relocalization:
5 Questions for Woody Tasch

Meet Your Food Chain

USDA Publishes "Regional Food Hub Guide"
USDA? What's its hidden agenda?

David S. D'Amato: Don’t Worry About Occupy

Here's Why Google and Facebook Might Completely Disappear in the Next 5 Years
Looking solely at meeting market demand; not at the deeper question of whether they are sustainable without a consumer base to generate advertising revenue for anyone.

Permaculture:
Celebrate International Permaculture Day
Why permaculture needs accurate data and measurement to persuade the mainstream

Energy:
Richard Heinberg, Top 11 FAQs (EB)
Moving towards ethical energy by Ian Westmoreland (EB)
My Neighbors Use Too Much Energy by Tom Murphy (EB)

Catholic:
Chant Cafe links to this: Four Kinds of Chant
Chant Inspires the Blogosphere
It Is Time to Get Serious About Catholic Social Doctrine

CWR review of Beauty Will Save the World
Rod Dreher, On Beauty Saving the World

The Case for Catholic Teaching: Seminar on Women, Sexuality & The Church
the book
NCRegister
Authentic Freedom and Equality in Difference

Feminism:
An introduction to the investigation into the mental health of female medieval mystics

Diet and Health:
From 2010: Art DeVany on the New Evolution Diet and Exercise Program


MDA: 5 Primal Superfoods for Fertility and Pregnancy

5 Tips to Keep Your Baby's Feet Healthy

Why Do I Wear Five Fingers

Women, Weights, and Bone Density

Music:
NewFound Road - MS


Merlefest 2012 in Pictures


Katie Melua - Moonshine (Live) - Smooth Radio


Sequentia: Thes habet er ubar woroltring - Jaroslaw, 2009


Interview: Violinist Rachel Podger’s sunshine lights up this week’s Tafelmusik concerts

Movies:
BBC to screen four Shakespeare history plays after 30-year gap

TV:
Sherlock: A Character Who's More than Elementary

Etiquette:
Business Casual

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