Saturday, August 22, 2020
Here's DARPA's five hour video of the entire event.https://t.co/pBRo9waoUE— John Robb (@johnrobb) August 22, 2020
'DARPA’s #AlphaDogfight Heron Systems’ incredible artificial intelligence pilot system won 5 straight victories against a highly trained U.S. Air Force F-16 pilot, without the human pilot scoring a single hit.'https://t.co/ng40wW38OO— John Robb (@johnrobb) August 22, 2020
A lesson in why we must continue to prize the eccentric because with them comes genuine innovation - and this is true in warfare just as it is in all the other walks of life - it’s as if odd habits help create new strategy https://t.co/xF9HIMg5n3— Phillip Blond (@Phillip_Blond) August 22, 2020
How are Disney and National Geographic going to get their Minimum Daily Requirements of DIVERSITY out of a remake of Tom Wolfe's "The Right Stuff," the ultimate White Guys Doing White Guy Stuff story? https://t.co/jQluyjqUTN— Steve Sailer (@Steve_Sailer) August 21, 2020
"How are Disney and National Geographic going to get their Minimum Daily Requirements of diversity! out of a remake of Tom Wolfe’s THE RIGHT STUFF, the ultimate White Guys Doing White Guy Stuff story?" @Steve_Sailer https://t.co/nDYKGpRpmo— VDARE (@vdare) August 22, 2020
"We live in a time when Americans are told by self-appointed “wise overlords” that the founders never intended for private citizens to have military weapons. Incidentally, they never cite anyplace that the founders made this assertion” @TJMartinellhttps://t.co/YAuF9frjTw— TenthAmendmentCenter (@TenthAmendment) August 22, 2020
What are the reasonable limits and restrictions on immigration? #BetterDiscourse panel with @IamSean90 @SydneyLWatson @ElijahSchaffer @lspiguesslol moderated by @A_Sane_Skeptic https://t.co/wXGtMnr0ko— Mythinformed (@MythinformedMKE) August 21, 2020
Friday, August 21, 2020
Not an endorsement of the content. I will have to listen to it as well.
No time left for video-gaming. Prepare now for the future.
The state of the modern uhmerican women.
“I’m a feminist. I’m not supposed to like this, but, I do!”— Rollo Tomassi (@RationalMale) August 21, 2020
When the software conflicts with the firmware you get a kernel panic.https://t.co/KEFrOR5YdM
"The real benefit of putting that soil #organic matter there is to build more sustainable, more resilient #soils that will support #food production and provide #environmental goods and services indefinitely." #RegenerativeAgriculture #SoilHealthhttps://t.co/yavHCI1dXD— Regeneration Int'l (@regeneration_in) August 19, 2020
As #cows graze, they aerate the soil with their hooves and trample plants + other #organic matter – including their droppings – into the #soil. This stimulates growth, enriches the soil, increases water flow and creates habitat.https://t.co/uYQbwZV7dV— Regeneration Int'l (@regeneration_in) August 19, 2020
.@drvandanashiva talks about ecological apartheid and the separation of humanity from nature, saying “they still think that #wilderness is out there” forgetting that “wilderness is in the soil” https://t.co/4NtGW1PF5t— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) August 20, 2020
The future of agriculture will come from people, not technology—from a new generation of farmers who embrace small-scale, ecological, nourishing farming techniques.https://t.co/frQ6pbLGhj via @beside_media.— Local Futures (@EconofHappiness) August 21, 2020
“We have to retrain some of our management practices to realize that there is no quick fix—there are progressive steps--there is no end goal, constant improvement is the goal.” #FollowHerLead @WomenFoodAgNet https://t.co/oHJZhoqyyU— LandStewardshipProject (@LSPnow) August 18, 2020
People Power! https://t.co/QKb4ZGGlho— TransitionTownTotnes (@TTTotnes) August 21, 2020
How industrial chicken farming transformed an ‘alternative’ meat to the most consumed meat in the US. https://t.co/c58YrVMgjB— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) August 18, 2020
Human beings have certain universal social desires—the social suite—that set the generic ends of human life, and so we can judge the goodness of a society by how well it promotes the satisfaction of those ends, which constitutes human flourishing. https://t.co/b8DLTB1hBM— Law & Liberty (@LawLiberty) August 21, 2020
Law and Liberty
The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society by Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD
The emerging discussion about in vitro gametogenesis and other types of multi-parent technologies demands renewed attention to why children do well with only two parents, and why those parents do best to procreate in the ordinary way, even with all its inefficiencies, burdens, and failures.
AmConMag: Poly-Parenting: Is This The Brave New World We Want? by Hal Boyd and Alan J. Hawkins
Proponents emphasize how in vitro gametogenesis will 'dismantle completely the reproductive structure of heterosexuality.'
We can no longer ignore that in matters of settlement, building, & energy policies, industrial civilization is engaged in a tragic impasse. Traditional building settlement techniques of the pre-fossil fuel edge represent the operative tools of global & ecological reconstruction. pic.twitter.com/En0S4BMgee— Léon Krier (@LeonKrier) August 21, 2020
We're celebrating the birth of a 2nd blue duiker calf! This male calf was born on Aug. 15 to mom Daisy & dad Viazi. He is 0.88 lbs of pure cuteness. 💚— Dallas Zoo (@DallasZoo) August 21, 2020
With only 35 individuals living in US zoos accredited by @zoos_aquariums, each birth is a major win for the species! pic.twitter.com/gRJ1Frsujd
Now we know why an entire platoon of SEAL Team 7 was removed from Iraq last year. Terrible story of alleged sexual assault and cover-up on a deployment. Important reporting by @ap https://t.co/XEnqV6W32L— Matthew Cole (@matthewacole) August 21, 2020
Metternich was a first class strategist, but lacked vision. Srdja Trifkovic reviews a recent biography of the Austrian Empire's chief diplomat and geopolitical strategist, written by Wolfram Siemann.https://t.co/duL1WiwBJX— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) August 21, 2020
HUP: Metternich: Strategist and Visionary by Wolfram Siemann; Translated by Daniel Steuer
Great essay that sensitively explores bovine ontology. "I wake up in the darkest hour of the night to ruminate on matters like neglected tax forms and the possibility of non-existence. A cow also wakes up in the darkest hour of the night to ruminate, but it is on grass." https://t.co/5L3vd3ZYn9— Matt Miller (@matt_j_miller) August 21, 2020
Texas beef is under fire—but all across the industry, from the pasture to the butcher case, a vision of more sustainable burgers and briskets is beginning to come into focus. https://t.co/79D7se7NDS— Roots of Change (@RootsofChange) August 21, 2020
🔴 Everywhere that the Right is successful, it is shifting toward a postliberal political stance to reintegrate society, economy & the state— Gladden Pappin (@gjpappin) August 20, 2020
My survey of the American Right—its present state & near future—is in the new @AmericanAffrs 👇 https://t.co/w6md4GJRi4
From Conservatism to Postliberalism: The Right after 2020 by Gladden Pappin
Thursday, August 20, 2020
I suggest keeping an eye on the 'Higher Committee of Human Fraternity'. https://t.co/T9HT9wpczM— Fr Thomas Crean OP (@crean_fr) August 20, 2020
"The Beauty and the Terror is a grand scholarly accomplishment, one which can and, I hope, will find a large reading public." - @ClaytonTrutor for @ubookman https://t.co/zaR39Lj9id pic.twitter.com/14fRJF66Aq— Russell Kirk Center (@KirkCenter) August 17, 2020
OUP: The Beauty and the Terror by Catherine Fletcher
Ethan Mannon reviews @k_kimball’s new GOOD HUSBANDRY and teases out some tensions inherent in moving a family to a farm and striving to grow good food: https://t.co/wlWkoy6EzT pic.twitter.com/bVMHmSCtMf— Front Porch Republic (@FrontPorchRepub) August 19, 2020
Simon & Schuster: Good Husbandry by Kristin Kimball
Review in The Guardian.
This is a beautiful and thought-provoking reflection on the power of place—reminds me of some of the work done by @StrongTowns and @FrontPorchRepub, among others.— Heidi Deddens (@heidideddens) August 18, 2020
"There’s a hunger to go home—but to go home with purpose, not just to end up back there." https://t.co/w6zUNNH5yf
"As their ancestors had done before them, today’s Japanese Catholics continue to carry the embers of the faith, awaiting the day they will be rekindled into a raging fire." https://t.co/CI0jzt4fKW pic.twitter.com/haPpMnxd4E— Catholic Herald (@CatholicHerald) August 20, 2020
A review of season 1 by Fr. Roger J. Landry: ‘The Chosen’ as Scriptural Visual Art
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
“There is a kind of tragic sublimity, in Faulkner’s work, to the white South’s wrongness, to the magnitude of the guilt, & the extent of the attempt to deny or forget it. But a tragedy only ever ends one way…”— Josh Hochschild (@JoshHochschild) August 20, 2020
@evankindley in @newrepublic https://t.co/Q2cZaL2qlV
A fair characterization of Faulkner and his feelings and motives?
Today we commemorate the Holy Martyr Andrew the Stratelates and his 2,593 faithful soldiers (Ἀνδρέας Στρατηλάτης, Μεγαλομάρτυς) https://t.co/1aHiEkJ7jh— Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Canada (@GO_Metropolis) August 19, 2020
Collapse: a Helpful Guide for the Perplexed by Chris Smaje
This one only mentions the probable inability of global elites to cooperate after highlighting the economic aspects of collapse. (But do some of the global elites have their own solution to collapse.) He also takes issue with JM Greer on the time scale.
Four Reasons Civilization Won’t Decline: It Will Collapse by Craig Collins
This one may focus too much on climate change (questionable) and black and white swan events (which are possibilities) and not enough on the more gradual changes that are already taking place. Still I may get the book.
How Everything Can Collapse: Excerpt by Pablo Servigne, Raphaël Stevens
"It is indisputable that in the next decades we will have to shift from a modern industrial society to a sustainable society, the pillars of which must be the defence of human rights, the rights of women & of nature."— Local Futures (@EconofHappiness) August 19, 2020
- Patricia Moguel Viveros
Learn more https://t.co/xpO1aoYICU. pic.twitter.com/npXIzBetiV
Bruderhof page on the documentary
I expected the BBC documentary 'Inside the Bruderhof' to be a hatchet job. Instead I watched something that profoundly subverts many of liberal groupthink's unexamined assumptions. Me at @unherd: https://t.co/mYusstTzUD— Mary Harrington (@moveincircles) August 19, 2020
Unherd: Finally! A religious story that is not about escape
"Huntington argued that, for the astonishingly long period of 1607-1940, American identity was united in ethnic, racial, and cultural terms, with political separation occurring twice, in the Cousins’ Wars of the Revolution and the War Between the States."https://t.co/pxJGxx7Ehv— James Kirkpatrick (@VDAREJamesK) August 19, 2020
Simon & Schuster, Google Books
Tuesday, August 18, 2020
"Partisan divisions don’t run neatly along the lines of particular policy issues: instead, we are split on the meaning of patriotism itself. For that reason, it’s likely that K-12 civics classrooms will be added to the list of flashpoints for cultural conflict." - Clare Basil— The American Mind (@theammind) August 18, 2020
By contrast, the Right often places greater emphasis on content civics, implying that a clear account of one’s history and an understanding of American institutions is sufficient for cultivating civic virtue.
Both approaches to civic education are inadequate because both are flip sides of the same coin. Each shares the aim of answering what it means to be a citizen, before answering the far more pressing and profound question, namely: what it means to be human. Answering this question is not a distraction from civics education. It is a necessary precondition for beginning to understand American citizenship.
What is Man?
This distinction between man qua man and man in his capacity as citizen is neatly delineated in theory in Aristotle’s Politics. But it is blurred by our regime’s own tendencies and political practice. Our civic order is centered not on the accidental qualities of the citizen body—important as they are in political practice—but on the essence of what it is to be human. As the Declaration of Independence states:
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
It is because this document provides the cornerstone of our regime that the task of citizenship in the American republic is particularly demanding, for it presupposes an understanding and assent to what we hold man to be at his most basic level: created equal and endowed by his Creator with certain unalienable rights.
Yet, when K-12 reformers focus exclusively on civics—whether it be defined by activism or by content knowledge—they easily neglect exploring this more fundamental understanding embedded within out conception of citizenship: the understanding of what human begins are. Educating an American citizen demands first and foremost that one examine the truth of this statement from the Declaration and consider its implications for the political order.
“That Democrats would seriously demand the institutional deconstruction of checks & balances & federalism as the price for national peace is no longer far-fetched...everything possible should be done to take the Podesta Gambit off the table quickly.” Andrew Busch explains.— The American Mind (@theammind) August 18, 2020
Finally, at the intellectual level, those who are committed to the Electoral College, a federal republic, and checks and balances must make the case for them, and those who want to see the United States remain united need to dust off their Federalist and their Lincoln and begin making the constitutional and political case for unity and against secession.
And if that is not enough? Would the author be content for others to do the dirty work of using force to maintain the union? Academics.Clown face
Agree or disagree: Alzheimer's is the modern-day equivalent to polio? Check out our interview with neuroscientist Dr. Bredesen, who believes ketosis might be the key to the cure we're looking for (and no, it's not the keto diet you're thinking of!). https://t.co/oMksHdDnFu— The Paleo Diet® (@ThePaleoDiet) August 17, 2020
The Paleo Diet
The End of Alzheimer's Program
Interview with Robb Wolf
❗Episode Alert❗— Kelly Starrett (@thereadystate) August 13, 2020
In our latest episode we are joined by @robbwolf of “The Paleo Solution” and “Wired to Eat” fame. (summer reads)
We talked a LOT about Paleo, as well as the science behind Robb’s nutrition choices and recommendations.
Tune in: https://t.co/lI7OGRMnmM pic.twitter.com/3udKhXSU1D
The Ready State
A white Californian writes that in his school, whites were the underachieving minority, and the ethos was set by Asian students with strong family cultures. He loved it, and here's why. https://t.co/03AYDsXQ2u— Rod Dreher (@roddreher) August 18, 2020
But the application of those standards to non-East-Asian minorities would be deemed racist.
Both the guest writer and Dreher miss the egalitarianism/feminism of the co-ed school environment and its impact on development of males.
.@yhazony explains, in simple, clear language, the basic framework of Marxist social analysis. It will be clear to any reader that the progressive movements today are fundamentally Marxist — applied to race, gender, and sexual identities. https://t.co/3hp8vAPuBA— The American Conservative (@amconmag) August 18, 2020
What a disgrace. University of Pittsburgh Medical College removed Chinese-American Norman Wang, a cardiologist + associate prof of medicine, as a fellowship director after he argued quotas had failed + advocated for meritocracy. https://t.co/yWFhzzvGNa— Asra Q. Nomani (@AsraNomani) August 18, 2020
Guess we know who came up with this idea. https://t.co/3nnWN4v9aN— Cassandra Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) August 18, 2020
President Trump Grants Full Pardon For Susan B. Anthony On Anniversary Of 19th Amendment Adoptionhttps://t.co/NhDYFaQxEp— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) August 18, 2020
I don't know that I have ever written anything that's bound to offend more people than this. But this is an important story & it needs to be told and talked about. Please r/t. @DanielleReed8 @ToryAnarchist @jeffgiesea @jackfowler @herandrews @ScenesMedia https://t.co/8V5bgDlmfE— Jonathan Leaf (@WriterJonLeaf) August 18, 2020
Why the War on Meat??? Find out here from Dr. Gary & Belinda Fettke https://t.co/RVesQ0borl— Defending Beef (@DefendingBeef) August 17, 2020
"Cow Emissions Are Not the Problem" says this article. It seems the science on this issue is not so settled https://t.co/8SBNc65bCK— Nina Teicholz (@bigfatsurprise) August 17, 2020
So you're saying Cows are good for the environment?— Ken D Berry MD (@KenDBerryMD) August 17, 2020
.@AllanRSavory joined the Working Cows podcast and explained how western ranching culture influenced him in his early years as a rancher in Zimbabwe.— Savory Institute (@SavoryInstitute) August 18, 2020
Listen to the full episode here: https://t.co/dWGHh1RSV1 pic.twitter.com/xFaxadsLWb
The Church of the Holy Trinity in Yanshui, Taiwan. pic.twitter.com/89aTbmvuBr— Fʀ. A. J. Dᴀᴍᴀsᴜs Sᴄʜʀᴇɴᴋ (@frajds) August 16, 2020
I thought I had a post with thoughts on inculturating Christianity in China, referring to the Opus Dei center in Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Roman Catholic seminary.
I will have to see if I can find it later.
My thoughts haven't changed; while I appreciate the efforts to depict Christ and His Mother, etc. as ethnic Chinese in order to get the message of the Incarnation across and to make Christianity more acceptable to Chinese, I think in the long run it isn't such a good idea. Depicting Christ as a Jew, as the Byzantines typically do based on one received miraculous image or another, seems to be a better idea, and there is nothing wrong with having an iconographic tradition that is set like that (to some standards of realism) while maintaining other architectural and artistic features in the cultural traditions of another group.
Appropriately Danielou-esque. The goal of Christian politics is Christian peoplehood. That concept, by the way, is a mighty firewall against race hatred. https://t.co/yvrmoCVKDP— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) August 18, 2020
America began with dedicated Protestants and Catholics, migrating from the cultic heresies within their religions, but many did not let those cultic activities go. They birthed MORE of a cultic community in their new land, and thus attracted a new kind of government that was forced to merge all religions. The course has been ran and it’s time to for America to pay the piper. It has all finally caught up.
Definitely not irenical, and the historical claim is questionable.
Orthodoxy has always first built their core community of pious people who often associated themselves with monastics and/or ascetic people, and then their national community that extends into the greater populace. Not the reverse! It’s impossible and in my opinion, apocalyptic. We cannot just flood ourselves into pagan lands because we have some special financial abilities. We must do as the great evangelists of all time have done it. We must build the core community first, where people are interdependent on each other and not dependent on the secular/pagan system of the antichrist world.
It would be more appropriate to say: "We cannot just flood ourselves into pagan lands because we are in search of economic opportunity and greater wealth."
Missionaries do need to be evangelizing. Whether those who stand apart from the natives and neighbors are in a position to do this, I find doubtful. The author is no different from Latin traditionalists who see themselves as apart from the historic American nations.
Monday, August 17, 2020
We are so excited to present to you— Trisagionfilms (@TrisagionFilms) August 17, 2020
"Do the Little Things: Saint David of Wales the Miracle Worker"
While he is unknown to us in the east, he is beloved by the people of Wales!
God bless you all!https://t.co/jdFqaDVyoZ
The plan includes:-Disrupting interstate commerce by criminalizing online firearm/ammo sales-Instituting endless delay windows for background checks-Banning the manufacture/sale of modern sporting rifles-Banning the manufacture/sale of standard magazineshttps://t.co/rz24K0Vr1O— Brownells, Inc. (@BrownellsInc) August 17, 2020
An archaeologist helping restore a Tudor mansion's attic expected to little of value. But he found "a veritable treasure trove of more than 2,000 items dating as far back as the 15th century," including some relating to secret practice of Catholic faith. https://t.co/Y9N1PMMH5K— Ajit Pai (@AjitPaiFCC) August 17, 2020
Incredible news emerging from @OxburghHallNT, the ark of East Anglian Catholicism. Although if there's anywhere you'd expect to find interesting stuff stashed in the attic, it would be in the house of a recusant family... https://t.co/PqNbrkalN3— Dr Francis Young (@DrFrancisYoung) August 17, 2020
In my first blog post for @AmerCompass, I argue that Josh Hawley illustrates the need for a moderate multilateralism—and for an American integralism.— Aaron Sibarium (@aaronsibarium) August 17, 2020
I also question the Senator's commitment to ending slave labor.https://t.co/ZfKMM5mcKV
The result would be higher prices for us, fewer investments in poor countries, and, because of that loss of capital, a net increase in exploitative labor practices worldwide. Profiting off slavery is bad; preventing those profits, but in a way that actually adds to slavery, is clearly worse.
My obligation to those of other political units is not equal to my obligation to my people. And I am not responsible for the evil actions of others if I am not coercing them to do them. This seems to go beyond liberalism. What sort of moral agency are people learning? A sort of integrity that requires that I have to factor other people's decision-making into a utilitarian calculus?
Luke C. Sheahan Reviews A Constitution in Full: Recovering the Unwritten Foundation of American Liberty
Like Brownson, Reinsch and Lawler sketch out the false choice we face today between liberal egalitarians on the one hand and conservative individualists on the other, a dichotomy present from the founding of the first American colonies. https://t.co/2MOl8Cf38D via @ubookman— Law & Liberty (@LawLiberty) August 17, 2020
A Constitution in Full: Recovering the Unwritten Foundation of American Liberty by Peter Augustine Lawler and Richard M. Reinsch II.
I reviewed @jasonwblakely's book We Built Reality for @ubookman: "The DC technocrat who tries to sell you on great power competition will insist that he is a realist, and that all your talk of diplomacy and peace is a fantasy. But I call bullshit." https://t.co/fdp2U391ER— Anthony Barr (@AnthonyMBarr) August 17, 2020
Great piece: "A movement is springing up that places witness to Christ directly into the full context of life in a way that contemporary people, with their natural and newly awakened strong social conscience, look for and long for." https://t.co/v6jWoBtnM6— Andrew Zimmerman (@Zimmerman1n) August 17, 2020
Carrie Lam concedes that Washington's sanctions have caused her some inconvenience. But she says she's honoured to have been trusted by Beijing to implement #HongKong's national security law. https://t.co/sD4w0hgxmj— RTHK English News (@rthk_enews) August 17, 2020
Sunday, August 16, 2020
"How can millions of workers be 'essential' but only worth $12/hr? When I speak with executives, it’s clear that many don’t understand the work that takes place on the frontlines of their companies and the reality of living paycheck to paycheck." https://t.co/pXG7AcDTsx— American Compass (@AmerCompass) August 13, 2020
From TedX Talk to...
Have the Principles of the Right been Discredited? Leo Strauss’s Rome and Ours, by G. Sanchez https://t.co/GEPXC6D1TB— The Josias (@josias_rex) August 16, 2020
Salon #17: Cognitive Conquest and Thinking the Unthinkable https://t.co/WyeWQSLf9h— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) August 14, 2020
Axis of Easy Salon #17
Replace the Elite https://t.co/3fzQkHx2aF— john milbank (@johnmilbank3) August 15, 2020
Patrick Deneen reviews The New Class War: Saving Democracy from the Managerial Elite by Michael Lind.
Not unlike the managerial elite he criticizes, Lind fails to draw the correct conclusion from his own analysis. What’s needed is not “democratic pluralism” in which the ruling class remains a neoliberal, managerial elite who strategically concede some wealth and status to their inferiors. What’s needed is a fundamental displacement of the elite ethos by a common-good, popular conservatism that directs both economic goals and social values toward broadly shared material and social capital, toward the support of family and community life. We do not need libertarian overlords who buy off the working class with some welfare, nor a federal government that doles out tax receipts to localities, nor secularists who grudgingly grant some space to religious believers, but a ruling class that is itself informed by the very values that Lind believes were once regnant as the price of admission to elite status itself. Only the fear of not conforming to the regnant ethos will sufficiently move elites, but that fear will arise subsequent to the wholesale defeat, displacement, and discrediting of the regnant elite ethos.
This means, contra Lind, that what is needed is not “democratic pluralism,” which Lind envisions as a balance of power between an otherwise exploitative ruling class and an electorally powerful underclass. Rather, the current ruling class needs to be displaced by the ethos of the underclass: people shaped by and supportive of guild, ward, and congregation. The ruling class, no less than the working class, should be shaped by commitments of solidarity and subsidiarity, and not merely accord grudgingly with those who are. Lind regards the revival of such institutions as the Church as an unrealistic goal and calls for some sort of functional equivalent. Yet the decline of organizational forms of unions, local politics, and Church has been significantly advanced by the individualist, materialist, and secular ethos embraced by today’s managerial elite. If these institutions declined due to sustained efforts by the managerial elite, their renewal can be effected through the displacement of that elite with a different one informed by an opposing ethos. The power sought is not merely to balance the current elite, but to replace them. In the end, there is no “functional equivalent” of solidarity and subsidiarity, and only a leadership and working class steeped in such values will restore the republic.
This is the conservative fantasy, that they will gain power -- the "illiberals" or common-good conservatives will enact common-good conservatism when they get power, after enlisting the support of the working class. Tell me, who is going to provide the financial support to make this happen? Donald Trump? How are they going to overcome the gatekeepers within the Republican Party who act on behalf of the oligarchy?
Learn how to get started with livestock enterprises! Join the Jefferson Center for Holistic Management on 8/21 for an enlightening hour with Brittany Cole Bush & Beth Robinette, two leaders who are shaping the future of livestock agriculture.— Savory Institute (@SavoryInstitute) August 15, 2020
Register: https://t.co/HPGfUIblKI pic.twitter.com/nBGtvsBLJR
Reversing metabolic disease through a low carb diet is easy if you “keep it simple”. Enjoy this Protecting Your NEST Post Podcast YouTube Live interview with @TuitNutrition as she shares tips on low carb and weight loss stalls. https://t.co/jH7hmvwGJM pic.twitter.com/6TYMVtdObD— Tony Hampton, MD, MBA, CPE, ABOM (@drtonyhampton) August 14, 2020