Abbeville: How the Neocons Destroyed Southern Conservatism by Boyd Cathey
No discussion of Southern conservatism, its history and its relationship to what is termed broadly the “American conservative movement” would be complete without an examination of events that have transpired over the past fifty years… »
How deracinated do you have to be to learn about tribalism from the Tiger Mom who married a Pharisee? He still laments the rise of white identitarianism and wishes that everyone could just get along in some grand civic nationalist project.
Mr. Baskerville overestimates the power of the Latin churches. The Latin churches, severely compromised on issues such as gun control, feminism, multiculturalism, egalitarianism, immigration, and statism, can offer no resistance to the attacks of the state on other issues. They have been too complicit too long in the state's destruction of traditional norms.
Carlson gives some good reasons for thinking that the state will not allow alternative communities to exist in peace but will eventually attempt to repress or impose leftist controls on them. But then the alternatives Carlson offers would seem to require an even broader scale to be successful. How can these be alternatives if they are even less likely?