To put on a smile on your face, we have some photos taken in @visitBlackpool as part of the 80th anniversary of The Battle of Britain, where we performed a selection of songs by the Spitfire on Gynn Roundabout ✈️— The D-Day Darlings (@TheDDayDarlings) September 19, 2020
You can catch up on our show right here 👇https://t.co/m75bqknpv9 pic.twitter.com/yoWNBCiwM9
Saturday, September 19, 2020
#SOTD St. Theodore, Archbishop of Canterbury— Timothy Honeycutt (@AudioScribeOW) September 19, 2020
I’ve been wanting to highlight another English Saint for some time now and St. Theodore is a great example. Learn about his life and chant his Troparion.
Holy Father Theodore, pray to God for us!
Listen: https://t.co/n4dwrEYLQO pic.twitter.com/0qwuuw2pRV
"The holistic effort will include a series of worldwide listening sessions with Soldiers and civilians, an examination of possible racial disparity in military justice cases."— James Lindsay, not some effing sage (@ConceptualJames) September 19, 2020
The military is going to have to comply with Trump's order too. Audit needed.https://t.co/5NIaIMl3Jz
Archbishop @Elpidophoros of America shows in a post he made on social media a deep knowledge of the constitutional and generally legal and social reality in the United States over the past decades#orthodox_times @goarch https://t.co/G7TfptyA11— Orthodox Times (@orthodox_times) September 19, 2020
.@JonDSchaff reflects on the political repercussions of Ginsburg’s death and defends the importance of magnanimity and statesmanship rather than demagoguery and partisanship. https://t.co/xs5ddbi6ZI pic.twitter.com/Jq6ohUVqOi— Front Porch Republic (@FrontPorchRepub) September 19, 2020
🚨CAUTION: If you want to remain stuck in old ways, don't watch this video!🚨— 1st Special Forces Command (@1st_SF_Command) September 19, 2020
In the 1st ep. of our new podcast The Indigenous Approach, our Chief of Staff has a conversation with Christian Brose, author of The Kill Chain, to frame how we should think about innovation.
Link ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/LxCsyi5ZV7
Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a Catholic mother of seven, is widely reported to be the front-runner as President Donald Trump plans to appoint a replacement to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. https://t.co/yfHhY0pV3D— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) September 19, 2020
Mourners join in a rendition of "Imagine" by John Lennon as they honor the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the standard bearer for the court's liberal wing and a progressive icon. https://t.co/QcBKdeDxe2 pic.twitter.com/62Sh502TdS— ABC News (@ABC) September 19, 2020
"[W]ould Barrett feel obliged to recuse herself on important immigration votes? The U.S. bishops have made their position on immigration crystal clear—and so has Pope Francis. It’s de facto open borders ..." https://t.co/2tK4r0xNY9— Mickey Kaus (@kausmickey) September 19, 2020
Very sad. A huge loss. America’s leading expert on Russia, Stephen Cohen, has died, aged 81. Stephen was subjected to a horrible smear campaign when he questioned US-policy towards Moscow after the 2014 estrangement. Condolences to @KatrinaNationhttps://t.co/3PNLdl758f— Bryan MacDonald (@27khv) September 19, 2020
GMP welcome the latest new recruits to the force. Officers were officially sworn in during three, socially distanced, attestation ceremonies at the force's Sedgley Park Centre. The ceremonies saw the officers take the Police Oath and receive their police powers. pic.twitter.com/FF5DCEtzWk— Greater Manchester Police (@gmpolice) September 17, 2020
Friday, September 18, 2020
Here is the 2nd half of my interview with @ConceptualJames. I am quite happy with the direction this section takes; I was able to hear Jim's views on cultural identity that I hadn't heard him share before https://t.co/hYp8KbiWVQ— Andrea with the Bangs (@AndreaLynnLewis) September 18, 2020
This is part 1:
Excited to announce our latest documentary project, The Lost Lincoln, premiering Sunday October 4th on The Discovery Channel. The doc investigates a newly discovered photo of Abraham Lincoln taken after his assassination that has remained hidden for over 150 years. 🤯 https://t.co/LfbD5bkjel— Mark Wahlberg (@markwahlberg) September 16, 2020
Supreme Court: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Died https://t.co/QwYbc398BS— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) September 18, 2020
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87 https://t.co/V0b7oSFYPy— NPR Politics (@nprpolitics) September 18, 2020
Exacerbated by these crises is an undercurrent hostile to the very idea of a democratic and religiously informed polity. To respond to these issues, we must be well grounded in Catholic social thought and teaching.— Bishop Robert Barron (@BishopBarron) September 18, 2020
Watch the full video on YouTube: https://t.co/nMZ4CoMBMH (2/2)
In advance of the Jewish New Year, #RoshHashanah, we are wishing all our Abrahamic brethren every blessing for the New Year, and that the call of the Shofar may rouse all humanity to awaken to our better angels, to love for God and for our every neighbor.— Elpidophoros (@Elpidophoros) September 18, 2020
Στο ξεκίνημα της Εβραϊκής Πρωτοχρονιάς #RoshHashanah, ευχόμαστε σε όλους τους εξ Αβραάμ αδελφούς μας κάθε ευλογία για το Νέο Έτος και το κάλεσμα του Shofar να αφυπνίσει όλη την ανθρωπότητα και να ξυπνήσει μέσα μας την αγάπη για το Θεό και για το διπλανό μας.— Elpidophoros (@Elpidophoros) September 18, 2020
And they curse you 3 times a day in return. Openly https://t.co/rsSn3J7L8r— J🍂(Autumn Theme) (@J_H_5) September 18, 2020
"But nowhere does Jesus or the Bible or 2,000 years of Sacred Tradition teach that Muslims are included in God's plan of salvation." https://t.co/vx7tZfkSEC— E. Michael Jones (@EMichaelJones1) September 16, 2020
Can CMTV tell us what Jesus taught us about Muslims? I can't find that in my Bible.
Ten years ago today, Paschal Uche greeted Benedict XVI on behalf of young people in Britain. At his priestly ordination, he received a touching message from the Pope Emeritus. https://t.co/KtD2rA3DFt— Luke Coppen (@LukeCoppen) September 18, 2020
I don’t want patriotic education anymore than I want woke education. https://t.co/5twT6fUrEt— Ben Winegard (@BenWinegard) September 17, 2020
I oppose establishing right-wing "patriotic education" as much as I oppose an education based in left-wing Critical Theory. We can't make public education an ideological/political battleground. https://t.co/nuWOFF8ice— Colin Wright (@SwipeWright) September 17, 2020
CCP broke the pact with the Vatican, demolished churches, and persecuted believers. Yet the Vatican still extend the pact with the regime for two more years. Is the decision made out of naivety, or is it corruption? Or both?https://t.co/tVVTtXrfrX— Jimmy Lai (@JimmyLaiApple) September 17, 2020
Thursday, September 17, 2020
"The persecutors will not distinguish between Catholics, Protestants, and Orthodox; they will come after us because we profess Christ." https://t.co/WWKB8orFQ9— The American Conservative (@amconmag) September 17, 2020
There will be no "ecumenical" alliance until denominations get rid of feminism and clericalism and let men lead at home and in the church.
Dreher: "I see my public role now as one who tries to build bridges among Catholics, Protestants, and Orthodox, to make it feasible for us to defend each other against the threat of ascendant anti-Christianity."
He's not going to be successful if he is pushing a version of the liberal SJW woke Gospel (anti-racism)... If people want separatism, it is not counter to the Natural Law. As for Skojec, he and other Latins, traditionalists or not, will have to reconsider their ecclesiology if Pope Francis (or his successor) continues to say things that are manifestly heretical. Francis is a crisis of Roman Catholicism and of the patriarchate of Rome, not of the Church Universal. (Which isn't to say that the other jurisdictions aren't having their own problems.) The explanation for which Latin traditionalists are searching? Latin ecclesiology is wrong. But they will not be able to admit this because they take it to be dogma.
It's the anniversary of D-Day for Operation Market Garden. The team at @18airbornecorps has put together an amazing Twitter series to tell the story of this operation - read below and give them a follow for more! https://t.co/KhK89vYdl6— 101st Airborne Div. (@101stAASLTDIV) September 17, 2020
Black G10 & M4 is a winning combination. With so many options at your fingertips, the Bugout can now truly be your own. Build one today!https://t.co/VPBc0IEryy— Benchmade Knife Co., Inc (@BenchmadeKnives) September 17, 2020
📷: @doctorfrunkey#YoursForLife pic.twitter.com/7psTpR6tva
But... a critique from 2019:
Counterpoint from Canadian Prepper.
A more recent review:
BREAKING: Catholic Identity Conference 2020 full steam ahead and, thanks to a Trump-appointed federal judge, we'll be at full capacity in Pittsburgh. Plus, what exactly do I mean by #UNITEtheCLANS? https://t.co/n7R2fkMKz6— Michael J. Matt (@Michael_J_Matt) September 17, 2020
These Latin traditionalists will be supporting Trump. Do they have a plan for what happens when Trump leaves the White House?
...and should be treated with respect and dignity. We, in uniform, remain committed to our national values and principles embedded in the Constitution.” (2/2)@DeptofDefense #KnowYourMil pic.twitter.com/Grdn1v09NN— The Joint Staff 🇺🇸 (@thejointstaff) September 17, 2020
The Constitution, RIP.
As a tribute to mark the 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain yesterday, we returned to @visitBlackpool to perform a selection of songs by the Spitfire on Gynn Roundabout 🇬🇧#battleofbritain #loveblackpool #BOB80 #BattleOfBritain80 #BPLIlluminationshttps://t.co/m75bqknpv9— The D-Day Darlings (@TheDDayDarlings) September 16, 2020
website and FB and Twitter
Where did the word #organic come from? What does it mean now? And why is it still so controversial? Our recent feature on The #Farm Report with @lisaelaineh answers all these questions and more! https://t.co/LOCBE4vEsw— Rodale Institute (@RodaleInstitute) September 17, 2020
Just months before what could be the most consequential Presidential transition in Marion's and my long life, my friend is thinking big and going bold. I gladly vote for @marionnestle to serve as "National Food Policy Advisor" https://t.co/qJPBVxM7cY— Charles Benbrook (@chuckbenbrook) September 13, 2020
“In the last decade, private land in the United States has become increasingly concentrated in the hands of a few. Today, just 100 families own about 42 million acres across the country.”— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) September 17, 2020
We cannot afford to continue treating #land as a commodity.https://t.co/HOYDTEWLQu
And the Federal Government...
Great to see Edith Stein and Hildegard of Bingen highlighted as the guides contemporary philosophy needs, especially on the feast of St. Hildegard, doctor of the church.#Hildegard #HildegardaDeBingen #Philosophy https://t.co/Hdfl8g5Nbm— Terence Sweeney (@TerenceJSweeney) September 17, 2020
Dr. Dan Irizarry, our company's medical advisor, contributed to @sofrepofficial: Changes coming to #combatmedicine. What remains critical is the need to train soldiers to care for the wounded while continuing the fight. https://t.co/FRWuBEFD7r#medicalsimulation #medsim #tccc— TraumaFX Solutions (@TFXSolutions) September 17, 2020
Color Revolution and the Threat to America - Darren Beattie explains - LIVE - Jack Murphy #033 https://t.co/8ubKLQBb4R— Jack Murphy 🇺🇸 (@jackmurphylive) September 17, 2020
1PM EDT LIVE w/ @DarrenJBeattie on Jack Murphy Live— Jack Murphy 🇺🇸 (@jackmurphylive) September 17, 2020
Did you hear Darren on @TuckerCarlson ?
Were you disappointed he got cut off after four minutes?
Well here ya go. Darren Beattie and Jack Murphy long form, free range, and uncensored.
The Green Beret Foundation has been the first responder and premier benevolent organization for Green Berets and their families, providing them the tools and resources they need to prosper and thrive. Check out our new video! https://t.co/DGCmLPOUAg via @YouTube @WeAreTheMighty— GreenBeretFoundation (@GreenBeretFound) September 17, 2020
Law and Liberty
Neil Kumar: The Futility of Constitutional Originalism
On September 24th, you can virtually join @DouthatNYT, Jacqueline Rivers, @shadihamid, John Huleatt, and me for a conversation about religion & politics. It's going to be sparky, substantive & fun! You can sign up here: https://t.co/e7TnHPD3h0— Peter Mommsen (@PeterMommsen) September 16, 2020
Another nice review of "Progressivism: The Strange History of a Radical Idea," this time in @ModAgeJournal. We were fortunate to have Dr. Watson as our second guest on the show. Have a listen. https://t.co/P3ctTN4Asz https://t.co/EjVBrBSozP— Ill Literacy: Books with Benson (@IllBooks) September 16, 2020
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Rep. @RoKhanna joined @TocRadio and @RealOmeedMalik on this week's episode of WALL STREET MEETS WASHINGTON to explain how technology can be used to create jobs in regions of the country left behind by the current political landscape.— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 17, 2020
FULL EPISODE: https://t.co/4O9H02eaml pic.twitter.com/eWeL9BmHUI
The Week. Link just gives another version of Whig history by caricaturing Christianity and Christendom. What a joke of an ex-professional conservative, now a professional liberal.
Babbitt and Ryn both cautioned against..the “idyllic imagination” which finds the highest virtue in a gushing sentimentalism where the essence of morality is found in the unleashing of potential human goodness from the predations of tradition and society. https://t.co/kBe8qLvEeh— University Bookman (@ubookman) September 14, 2020
SUNY Press: The Historical Mind: Humanistic Renewal in a Post-Constitutional Age, edited by Justin D. Garrison and Ryan R. Holston
"Victor Davis Hanson describes the growing conflation of mere residency with American citizenship in Democrat-run cities and states, which is another stealthy way of undermining the American demos that necessarily forms the basis for self-government." https://t.co/TIhZJd2Jga— The American Conservative (@amconmag) September 16, 2020
“A nation is a creation of time and events,” Piereson writes, “and cannot be ordered in place at once,” which at least partly explains the wisdom of the Founders when they refrained from affirming the largely Protestant, English-descending cultural mainstream that prevailed in their midst. Piereson credits Lincoln—more popularly celebrated for saving the union by reasserting the principles of the Founding against the seceded Confederacy—with opening a period of cultural nation-forming that would see the American people gradually cohere around a culturally substantive expression of nationhood all the way until 1945. At just the time of the Civil War, Lincoln in fact began replacing in his speeches the term union—connoting a loose association of states with little in the way of a national bloodstream—with the term nation.
A Yankee Whiggish view of American history.
Hidden in the book’s argument is counsel for Trump to adopt one narrative ahead of November—Democrats want to end the American nation and its sovereignty as we know it. It sure doesn’t mean that a vote for Trump will magically reunite an increasingly tribalized and racialized nation, but it does mean resisting our present trend towards these gloomy scenarios. In Piereson’s brilliant summation of all these problems, America is “evolving into a multi-national, multi-cultural, multilingual state lacking the cultural underpinnings of a common culture, language, religion or nationality that we commonly associate with the nation-state.” Have conservatives realized that November is about stopping that?
Trump winning the election and serving a second term will not put an end to the divisions brought about by identity politics. So what's the professional conservatives' back-up plan.
Encounter Books: Who Rules? Sovereignty, Nationalism and the Fate of Freedom in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Roger Kimball
“Given we’re only at 14,000 member farmers and there’s two million farmers in the markets that we’re playing in, there’s a long way to go. By removing the paywall we think we have a better shot at showing that broader audience.”https://t.co/Rart4aMFsn— Farm Journal (@FarmJournal) September 16, 2020
Humans have lived in the same temperature and precipitation "niche" for thousands of years. But it's on the move. @AbrahmL, @JWGoldsmith and I mapped it, along with new humidity, sea level rise, ag yield and wildfire data to show the US' climate futurehttps://t.co/JEsP7F1Axn pic.twitter.com/TBhR8v1nb6— Al Shaw (@A_L) September 15, 2020
They are also often people of sub-standard quality. Brexit has meant a huge drop in the ability level of the people who govern us. It always mattered that most educated people wanted to remain, however much one is rightly critical of meritocratic dominance and a selfish elite.— john milbank (@johnmilbank3) September 16, 2020
“I had no rights,” said Eugenio Hasler, a former lay official allegedly fired after highlighting corruption of his superior. Summoned to speak to the Pope, Francis asked him several questions before firing him and awarding his superior more responsibility— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) September 16, 2020
Expressing faithfulness to Church teaching automatically increased the level of job insecurity. “If you’ve been outspoken in the past about major cultural issues in ways faithful to the Church,” you’re “labelled” and "in the crosshairs of senior staff”— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) September 16, 2020
The case for major administrative law reform rests on the need to respond a growing crisis on the ground. @RichardAEpstein on @Vermeullarmine and @CassSunstein's Law & Leviathan: https://t.co/g9ukK7sPH3 @realclearpolicy— Brian A. Smith (@briansmith1980) September 16, 2020
Connecting Law and Leviathan to the classical legal tradition https://t.co/6wCKFSuH61— Adrian Vermeule (@Vermeullarmine) September 16, 2020
Is less always more? Listen to Esther's stimulating conversation with Lucas Rockwood of YOGABODY on minimalism, the role of props in posture work, and whether the "best position" is really the next position! https://t.co/YqvGKPAFyZ pic.twitter.com/CN96XeLaWT— Gokhale Method (@GokhaleMethod) September 15, 2020
The Haenel MK 556 has reportedly won the System Sturmgewehr rifle solicitation, ending HK's 60-year stronghold on German military rifle production.— Tactical-Life.com (@TacticalLife1) September 16, 2020
READ MORE: https://t.co/cP044a54wM pic.twitter.com/VNeG2Cgbru
Janes and Gunsweek and The Drive
HAENEL CR223 - The impact of precision
We tasked a panel of experts with answering the question, "Why should every American be able to own an AR platform rifle?"— Ballistic Magazine (@BallisticMag) September 16, 2020
On the panel:
- Kris "Tanto" Paronto
- Pat McNamara
- Fred Mastison
- David Bahde
HERE'S WHAT THEY SAID: https://t.co/0E5MN9ORmu pic.twitter.com/Hlfo9wpWM8
3 days to go! 'The Journey of the Mayflower' is released on Wed, exactly 400 years after the Pilgrims set sail. We explore this complex story in words and music, seeking to shine a light on the unheard voices of the time. https://t.co/pfKgJFjMfp— Stile Antico (@stileantico) September 13, 2020
Honour to accompany @AdmTonyRadakin @USAmbUK @KvanOosterom at very special event in #Plymouth to mark #Mayflower400 & launch of #MayflowerAutonomousShip. @HMNBDevonport @LLofDevon @PlymLordMayor @RMBandService @RoyalNavy @RoyalMarines #BritainsOceanCity pic.twitter.com/WfFL8PucdS— Brigadier Jock Fraser Royal Marines (@BrigJkFraserRM) September 16, 2020
My America, 1620 (essay by Bradley J. Birzer) https://t.co/TRoiyWJRrp— Winston Elliott III (@WinstonElliott3) September 16, 2020
From Matthew Richer: The 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage may become a dominant campaign theme in 2020—and that the consequent duel between the celebration and its enemies could propel President Donald Trump to re-election. https://t.co/EVga7BDLqA https://t.co/uzFPa4zlT1— VDARE (@vdare) September 16, 2020
From @peterbrimelow in 1987: "Above all, as many of the Framers were later to say with horror, the American Revolution had nothing in common with the egalitarian, centralizing, authoritarian French Revolution." https://t.co/ATn1MXGc9g https://t.co/Xn5dvxZ5F9— VDARE (@vdare) September 16, 2020
BBC's coverage on this recent rise of "female virtual" lessons in China. "Career women don't end well." "Women must always obey the orders of their fathers, husbands and sons."—These courses share the same moral cornerstone with the new Mulan: 孝 7/https://t.co/sIlO0KyJVZ— Tony Lin (@tony_zy) September 6, 2020
我不知道这是道具组在电脑上找的字体还是专门写的，总之一股小学生正楷习作风格。可能是为了开模方便，把笔画都刚好连在圆周上，横和撇完全没有舒展地等长约束在圆内，以及起撇的大顿笔，难看出戏到爆。魏碑里好看的「孝」字不要太多。剑上那几个字没了圆框稍微好一点点，但也是很无语的正楷。 pic.twitter.com/G41q34PBf8— fivestone (@fivestone) September 7, 2020
Funny how many of these Chinese male feminists are not living in China. The CCP would have no problem subverting xiao to the interests of the state.
A thought-provoking rejoinder to @yhazony's "Challenge of Marxism" essay by @CathyYoung63.— Claire Lehmann (@clairlemon) September 16, 2020
I found the points of agreement most interesting. Both writers agree that in order to survive, "liberalism needs conservatism to keep it balanced and grounded." https://t.co/tQ6xpuAXU1
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
Restoring Humanity: Essays on the Evangelization of Culture by R. Jared Staudt
Is culture important? Yes. But are some parts of culture more important for others? Can one speak of preserving or passing on a culture if one does not have a community? The family is insufficient for the passing on of a culture, it must do this as a part of a political community, and the children of that family, when they are of age, must marry children from other families. The moral culture is of first importance for a community; without it a community cannot be stable enough for the keeping of intellectual culture and the arts. And while Christian intellectual culture is important for the living of the faith, it is doubtful that all of the Western Christian tradition needs to be preserved in a single community or handed on as a part of "liberal education." So some treasures (e.g. the liturgy, Holy Scripture) are more important than others.
Big thanks to the @clericalpod guys @FrHarrison and @FrScrap for the kind words and sharp analysis of The Prodigal Church. Listen to the whole thing, but the review starts around minute 35. https://t.co/sOo1HTYPXx— Brandon McGinley (@brandonmcg) September 11, 2020
Good news for the #soil! 🌱 RePlant Capital, a new farmer-first financial platform, will give $250M to #farmers transitioning to #regenerative or #organic practices, and $200M will go toward loans based on #soilhealth metrics. #RegenerativeAgriculture https://t.co/adLbmKlrip— Regeneration Int'l (@regeneration_in) September 14, 2020
Grass-finished beef offers many benefits in these times for our planet, for our health, ranch families and for rural economies. Yet there are many impediments to success. Watch for our conversation with Joe and Julie coming up in the fall! https://t.co/xSgDSfB7Wq— Roots of Change (@RootsofChange) September 15, 2020
My 50 years of work in a variety of sectors and jobs has made such a system "obvious" to me, and so I've written a book ( A Hacker's Teleology) to explain how such a system would work. https://t.co/8Tj7XwkBHt— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) September 15, 2020
Another amazing thread by the XVIII Airborne Corps. Great stuff. Everyone should follow their Market Garden commemoration. https://t.co/lDatU7vMZK— Fort Bragg (@FtBraggNC) September 15, 2020
Thread Reader page
2 of 3:— XVIII Airborne Corps (@18airbornecorps) September 15, 2020
James' father is the Patron of the Glider Pilot Regiment (that's his Dad at 0:08) and met Monty. So, James has opinions on this subject. Those are deeply felt, deeply considered opinions which deserve consideration. Here's James speaking with us last week. pic.twitter.com/XJunDL8cFp
FINAL:— XVIII Airborne Corps (@18airbornecorps) September 15, 2020
In this final clip, James describes Monty's relationship with Ike and the Allied leadership, Monty's legacy in the UK, and why Ike gets a pass for Market Garden while Monty gets almost all of the blame. pic.twitter.com/m9CtZJQWnC
Beyond the speech that overshadowed his career, Enoch Powell’s absolutist fixation with defining British sovereignty against the US, Europe and devolved parliaments at home is more relevant than ever, according to an excellent new book: https://t.co/R6kfO1P4I8— Aris Roussinos (@arisroussinos) September 15, 2020
Enoch Powell: Politics and Ideas in Modern Britain by Paul Corthorn
Enoch Powell and the Making of Postcolonial Britain by Camilla Schofield
Ultimate lesson of "The Stakes," by Michael Anton:— VDARE (@vdare) September 15, 2020
"The primary task of a patriotic government under a state of emergency must be preemptive defense: rendering our enemies unable to harm us. This means removing them from positions of authority."https://t.co/JisHa5KRw1
Vox Day: Mailvox: the ideas, they spread
NEW PODCAST: How To Make Friends As An Adult— Zac (@ZacSmall_) September 15, 2020
My guest @TheBrometheus and I break down ways to make friends as a functional adult.
Do this *before* you find yourself struggling and isolated during the dark winter months.
Break out of your shell:https://t.co/XGyAojHZ8C
This #podcast episode is a must listen, I would say, especially for women and moms.— Wellness Mama (@WellnessMama) September 14, 2020
I'm here with @SustainableDish, Diana Rogers and we are talking about why animal protein is important for health for many of us. https://t.co/CDfcygAk8a#sacredcow #health #wellness pic.twitter.com/HLFpp1QdoS
The #USArmy's new initiative "This is My Squad" empowers junior NCOs to own the culture of small units and care for their Soldiers and Families.#ThisIsMySquad @16thSma #ArmyLife pic.twitter.com/yYFR973DmT— SecArmy (@SecArmy) September 15, 2020
Mainstream economists, business leaders and media commentators still prefer to ‘debunk the #LimitsToGrowth’ than to face up to the possibility that economies may not be able to expand forever.—This gotta change. >> https://t.co/QdSL7cTtWU cc #PostGrowth #ProsperityWithoutGrowth— CUSP (@CUSP_uk) September 14, 2020
PCI Program Director Rob Dietz argues why you shouldn’t believe that unrestricted growth followed by immense consumption and productivity is beneficial to our society in this interview with @getAbstracthttps://t.co/XWHFKeRLTm— Post Carbon Institute (@postcarbon) September 14, 2020
Monday, September 14, 2020
The non-partisan Network Contagion Research Institute does massively important work in tracking the online promotion of violent extremism on both the radical right and left. The Institute's new report--a blockbuster--went live this morning. Read and know.https://t.co/RyvU237Lwx— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) September 14, 2020
The best-case scenario might be that the Left merely sees riots as politically advantageous at the moment, and will not actually mainstream them as a general form of politics. But you never know. https://t.co/iD6PofJkYM— The American Conservative (@amconmag) September 14, 2020
Omega-3 & Omega-6 fatty acids are essential because we MUST get them from the diet. Our bodies can’t make these on their own. Sally Fallon Morell, president of WAPF, discusses how to optimize the ratio of these fatty acids, through a traditional diet. https://t.co/ViyOZXovLz— Weston A. Price Foundation (@WestonAPrice) September 14, 2020
Don't miss Esther’s exciting new video interview on Anti-Aging Hacks! This in-depth discussion delves into the surprising reason why sedentary desk jobs are not necessarily to blame for back pain, and more! https://t.co/l9N4EWeh0b pic.twitter.com/YYcfXBKSM8— Gokhale Method (@GokhaleMethod) September 14, 2020
Do you or someone you know live with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)? Catch this interview with Esther on Kerry Gabrielson's Hypermobility Happy Hour podcast to learn the surprising ways posture can support joint hypermobility! https://t.co/Nc236zmPLs— Gokhale Method (@GokhaleMethod) September 13, 2020
Critics of big government argue that the federal bureaucracy goes against the founding principles of the US.@CassSunstein and @Vermeullarmine make the case that what they call the administrative state is constitutionally justified. @NPR @hereandnow https://t.co/A8lSoEYyax— Harvard University Press (@Harvard_Press) September 14, 2020
“With #China, our current interest is to normalize the life of the Church as much as possible, to ensure that the Church can live a normal life," said Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Parolin. https://t.co/HTPZlxQjmy— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) September 14, 2020
Sunday, September 13, 2020
"Better a stupid and unlettered brother who, working the good things he knows, merits life in Heaven than one who though being distinguished for his learning in the Scriptures, or even holding the place of a doctor, lacks the bread of love." -Venerable Bede of Northumbria pic.twitter.com/sluSYF1bMS— Timothy Honeycutt (@AudioScribeOW) September 13, 2020