Desperate times call for desperate measures! So your favorite elected officials got naked so that you remember to make sure that your mail-in ballot is NOT submitted without its secrecy envelope!! #nonakedballots #dressyourballot pic.twitter.com/bQXaQRHj0j— Bethany Hallam (@bethanyhallam) September 26, 2020
Saturday, September 26, 2020
A very good review of Paul Gottfried's new book, “The Vanishing Tradition: Perspectives on American Conservatism," by Bradford H. B. "In today’s social chaos, we might be witnessing the logical culmination of the idea of propositional nationhood." https://t.co/jKF1dAtCUm— Pedro L. Gonzalez (@emeriticus) September 27, 2020
Conservative women, who support Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court, pray while touching the doors of the Court as Jacquelyn Booth cries on the ground, mourning the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. pic.twitter.com/5uTjnklLVP— Erin Schaff (@erinschaff) September 26, 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/qGAxEsQIwa— Gokhale Method (@GokhaleMethod) September 26, 2020
We've seen all this before: In 1534, a violent gang of radical Anabaptists seized control of Münster and announced they were building Heaven on earth. My look at some parallels to the current American scene, today in @EpochTimes:https://t.co/nTnbasXIDh— Joseph Bottum (@JosephBottum) September 25, 2020
Just earlier this week we got a civic nationalists who believes in American exceptionalism comparing the Woke to Apostolic Christians who purged classical civilization.
We already knew Trump is a true-believer feminist.
Today, it was my great honor to nominate one of our nation’s most brilliant and gifted legal minds to the Supreme Court. She is a woman of unparalleled achievement, towering intellect, sterling credentials, and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution: Judge Amy Coney Barrett... pic.twitter.com/l2yezt2UOi— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 27, 2020
TRUMP: "If confirmed, Justice Barrett will make history as the first mother of school age children to ever to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court." pic.twitter.com/mdNGo600Vr— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 26, 2020
NEW: Judge Amy Coney Barrett and her large family left their Indiana home this afternoon dressed up for a special occasion. Our @GaryGrumbach on the scene for us. Announcement at 5pm at WH for Supreme Court nomination. pic.twitter.com/A4yVNo7jgE— Kelly O'Donnell (@KellyO) September 26, 2020
Catholic feminism on the rise:
Any Coney Barrett will be an inspiration to a whole generation of women.— Lila Rose (@LilaGraceRose) September 26, 2020
Fiercely devoted to her marriage.
To her children.
An adoptive mother.
A mother of a child with special needs.
A friend to many.
A brilliant academic.
An excellent jurist.
Our next Supreme Court Justice.
“Hamilton got his face on the ten-spot and his surname attached to a hit Broadway musical cum Disney dreckfest, though the more cerebral of the Woke have woken to the fact that Hamilton is the most audacious act of theatrical fraud since Inherit the Wind” https://t.co/F3QWJOFgoP— Arthur Bloom 🇺🇸 (@j_arthur_bloom) September 26, 2020
Bill Kauffman for AmConMag
Nerds Make Media
"The BRN-180 has almost replaced my #AR15s. Sure, I still have AR-15s, but I truly enjoy shooting this thing more, and find myself itching to take it out each time I hit the range. These things are funky looking, but so fun!" - #Brownells Customer @theaverageshooter#guns pic.twitter.com/2ctjsB6qHO— Brownells, Inc. (@BrownellsInc) September 25, 2020
Mrgunsgear - his upper receiver review
Friday, September 25, 2020
I was talking to my friend Damon and we were discussing the peaceful protesters surrounding cars and beating people up and attempting to kill them and he asked me what the hell we should you do if surrounded - this podcast was my answer. https://t.co/ZiXlMwJ4Zq— tonyblauer (@tonyblauer) September 25, 2020
If you wondered why the media pushes anti-white rhetoric so much, here you go.— An0maly (@LegendaryEnergy) September 25, 2020
Left wing is going full communism & one voting block stands in their way of total control. https://t.co/ilzU3tWYb3
Introducing the 1917 Project: an initiative that aims to reframe the history of US global hegemony by placing the consequences of messianic Wilsonian liberalism at the very center of our national narrative. https://t.co/z95Rn5Nk9D— Alex Mello (@AlexMello02) September 25, 2020
Follow this link to get a free downloadable copy of the #LiveNotByLies study guide. If you're not sure about whether or not you'll buy the book, the study guide will give you a detailed idea of what's in it. This is a book for contemplation *and* action. https://t.co/c3nQ9yqGsy— Rod Dreher (@roddreher) September 25, 2020
In this episode, Fr. Michael and Strati are joined, once again, Nikolai the Traveler, after having been interrupted by a storm during their last conversation. Nikolai shares more about his experiences as an American Orthodox Christian living in Japanhttps://t.co/X40nrh7DaS— Trisagionfilms (@TrisagionFilms) September 25, 2020
This speech from the brilliant and deeply good Francis Collins is an encyclopedia of things that need to be said right now if we’re going to remain a decent nation. https://t.co/PQqS5arAth via @YouTube— David Brooks (@nytdavidbrooks) September 25, 2020
#LandtoMarket partner @EILEENFISHERNY is proud to introduce Regenerative Wool, a fiber that restores grasslands and fights climate change. Watch this to learn more about how regenerative farming is helping to restore grasslands in Argentina.— Savory Institute (@SavoryInstitute) September 25, 2020
Learn more: https://t.co/Qju3wvWAIs pic.twitter.com/LiikAypule
In the latest podcast, the wonderful @liviafirth @ecoage joins Patrick Holden. Together they discuss the parallels between the social and environmental footprints of #food and #fashion…https://t.co/KlCiK3MMal— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) September 25, 2020
Day after new film "Kiss the Ground" made welcome splash, want to share my latest #podcast w/ Joe & Julie Morris @MorrisGrassfed. Their cattle are part of the solution to climate chaos & their meat good for your body. https://t.co/nxFxEDCHS7 pic.twitter.com/vgwuc3BgqV— Michael R. Dimock (@MichaelRDimock) September 24, 2020
Our world is on fire. @_RajPatel and I have been writing this book INFLAMED to offer reflections on how to eradicate the mindset that has brought us here. It comes out August 2021. You can order it here. Cannot wait to share this with you. https://t.co/6Wr7Wi3ZFa pic.twitter.com/PPNgjhYURg— Rupa Marya, MD (@DrRupaMarya) September 25, 2020
Damian Thompson thread
From March 2020: The battle for the finest cathedral choir in the Catholic church by Damian Thompson
Today from Telegraph: Cardinal Nichols accepts recommendation that choristors will sing seven services a week
More feel-good nonsense:
#GenMilley on the value of a diverse Joint Force:— The Joint Staff 🇺🇸 (@thejointstaff) September 24, 2020
"It's not just diversity for diversity's sake. It's diversity to improve the system, improve the military, improve our problem solving capabilities & improve our warfighting capabilities to protect & defend the Constitution." pic.twitter.com/5DFQs98jro
TG4 to broadcast six-part series on Cork Folk Festival starting Oct. 4th.— Irish Film & TV Net (@IFTN) September 25, 2020
Produced by Ciarán Ó Maonaigh of @AniarTV and directed by Maurice Linnane, #CorkFolkFestival portrays both the intimacy and immediacy of traditional and folk music in all its forms. https://t.co/jRipj1DOjO pic.twitter.com/mn3ZgOiV1a
We're pleased to partner with the @IICToronto and @COSTI_org on 3 short free live concerts to bring the beauty of music from the past to Canadian newcomers. Enjoy the first event from Sept 14, with music by Italian masters Giardini and Boccherini. https://t.co/NTxyCk2Y8u— Tafelmusik (@Tafelmusik) September 25, 2020
Upon her return from Italy, Elisa chats about what has changed there, how her Italian colleagues are performing concerts safely, and why chamber music is the perfect fit for Tafelmusik’s season opener, Mozart Together. October 1 at 8pm ESThttps://t.co/st72Vf6is9— Tafelmusik (@Tafelmusik) September 24, 2020
"Traditional Turkish expansionism and nationalism, neo-Ottomanism and the belief in jihad and conquest in Islamic doctrine are major reasons for this. But another reason is that Turkey has never been held accountable by the international community." https://t.co/jXt2YHiTWw— The American Conservative (@amconmag) September 25, 2020
In Romania, a TV interview program entitled “Russell Kirk: moral imagination and moral order” was recently broadcast on Trinitas TV, the channel of the Romanian Orthodox Church. For any Romanian speakers out there, watch here: https://t.co/oqRZGsqT8h. pic.twitter.com/nLr7CUDhxs— Russell Kirk Center (@KirkCenter) September 25, 2020
Addressing UN General Assembly today, Pope Francis appealed for a joint commitment towards a better future, that we must “transform the challenge that lies before us into an opportunity to build together, once more, the future we all desire”— Catholic Sat (@CatholicSat) September 25, 2020
Full text: https://t.co/pTRN3Zcwnp pic.twitter.com/Elg6xa17jv
Embarrassingly bad. Even our Lord didn't have problems with sword-makers or his disciples carrying a sword on their travels.
We need to dismantle the perverse logic that links personal and national security to the possession of weaponry. This logic serves only to increase the profits of the arms industry, while fostering a climate of distrust and fear between persons and peoples. #UN75 @UN— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) September 25, 2020
++Becciu tells media he’s a “bit dazed” by events. "Until 6.02pm I felt a friend of the Pope, a faithful executor of the Pope. Then the Pope says he no longer has faith in me because magistrates told him I’d committed acts of embezzlement". "I renew my trust in the Holy Father.” pic.twitter.com/PBdEtJU1js— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) September 25, 2020
Cardinal George Pell has thanked Pope Francis following the resignation of Cardinal Becciu. https://t.co/9upaowmbtk— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) September 25, 2020
The authenticity of Cardinal George Pell's statement this morning following the dismissal of Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Becciù (below) has been confirmed as coming from the Cardinal himself and his media spokeswoman, Katrina Lee. pic.twitter.com/4VdsKfY6Qp— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) September 25, 2020
Cardinal Becciu on his sacking: “I said to the Pope: why are you doing this to me in front of the whole world?"— Catholic Sat (@CatholicSat) September 25, 2020
"The Holy Father explained that I had given favours to my brothers and their businesses with Church money but I am certain there are no crimes"https://t.co/8NxgLgh1bl
"Cardinal #Becciu has insisted on his innocence, and demanded he be given the opportunity to prove it. Lucky for him, his desire may well align perfectly with those of the Vatican prosecutors and financial inspectors." Analysis via @canonlawyered https://t.co/h3Tca6qVdg— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) September 25, 2020
Ready for this week's podcast?@jdflynn and @canonlawyered are back to discuss the resignation of a prominent cardinal and assess what might happen next at the Supreme Court.— CNA Editor's Desk podcast (@CNAeditorsdesk) September 25, 2020
Plus, @PiusOP joins at the end for a discussion of canon law and a fun game:https://t.co/8S3uN9OLJq
AEI's Social, Cultural, and Constitutional Studies Program is directed by the brilliant Yuval Levin. He has invited me to join the Program as a Fellow, and I've gladly accepted. While continuing in my full-time post at Princeton, I look forward to being part of the SCC Program.— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) September 25, 2020
And over at crisis, a review by Michael Warren Davis.
Once Rep. Nanette Barragán, Democrat of California, reached out to touch Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s coffin at the Capitol, there was an outpouring: Multiple women gently pressed their hands to it, some after placing their hands to their lips first. https://t.co/qdPfu5CUaD— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 25, 2020
How can a creature, oriented mind, body, and soul toward the creative vocation of motherhood, survive in a world that regards all of her natural tendencies as superfluous? https://t.co/0FBAinmfck— Intellectual Takeout (@intellectualTO) September 24, 2020
Originally published at American Greatness.
Always happy when @PatrickBuchanan recognizes immigration--"The GOP demographic crisis: The white population is steadily diminishing. Hispanics and Asians, who vote 2-1 Democratic, are being fed by the largest streams of migration."https://t.co/7ZKDGv5SmA— Peter Brimelow (@peterbrimelow) September 25, 2020
"Ginsburg quite clearly displayed the unpleasant traits of Narcissistic Personality Disorder—and (as some Leftists quietly acknowledge) her narcissism has now seriously undercut the causes she claimed to champion: Trump will nominate her successor."https://t.co/dILIN5mECO— VDARE (@vdare) September 25, 2020
Thursday, September 24, 2020
An @IngrahamAngle EXCLUSIVE: #AmyConeyBarrett's friends and family speak to me about the woman and mother they know-- and respond to those People of Praise stories in the media. @FoxNews https://t.co/f5lcc0xAz0— Raymond Arroyo (@RaymondArroyo) September 25, 2020
Further damaging developments emerged last week when @LaVeritaWeb reported on another “suspected scam” involving 4 more London properties purchased in 2014 through the Secretariat of State, and that involved suspiciously high brokerage fees— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) September 25, 2020
It now becomes clear why the Pope moved tonight to remove Cardinal Becciu, ahead of L'Espresso publishing an expose of the how Becciu diverted Peter's Pence money to speculative funds managed by his brother, and to a company where another brother is a majority shareholder https://t.co/dvkhdgZ6VV— Catholic Sat (@CatholicSat) September 24, 2020
Danger Close is a good Vietnam War film even though it is obvious that it wasn't filmed in Vietnam (actually filmed in Queensland); other than the obvious location issue (When We Were Soldiers had that problem as well) it is comparable in quality to When We Were Soldiers, I think.
We Can Now Cryogenically Freeze Avocados for Future Generations https://t.co/e0lRe2CaIf— Modern Farmer (@ModFarm) September 23, 2020
This week's Service in the 160th: My Life in Special Operations Aviation video series features a 15T Aircraft Avionics Mechanic. Full video available on YouTube https://t.co/QJ6ugPQ92ehttps://t.co/NeexeyZK7Z#Go160thSOAR #USASOAC pic.twitter.com/7MxqTktKnp— @USASOAC (@usasoac) September 23, 2020
“Understanding what drives the revolution that is destroying the American republic gives insight into how the 2020 election’s results may impact its course. Its practical question—who rules?—is historically familiar...” - Angelo Codevilla https://t.co/y9J3weBmel— The American Mind (@theammind) September 23, 2020
The American Mind
Reliably informed sources say recent financial scandals are "clearly connected" with news this evening of #PopeFrancis' decision to accept resignation of Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Becciù as prefect of Congregation for Causes of Saints and rights connected with the Cardinalate. pic.twitter.com/7k0eDWJ6B7— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) September 24, 2020
If there was any need to who how our Church leaders are out of touch, it's this awful agreement with the CCP. Let this thing expire and call out the abuses. The whole agreement is a horrible scandal. https://t.co/VIHh66diCq— Auguste Meyrat (@MeyratAuguste) September 24, 2020
Localization boosts employment & rebuilds community. It shrinks our ecological footprint & maximizes regeneration. It increases accountability, restores democracy, & empowers people.— Local Futures (@EconofHappiness) September 23, 2020
This video explains all in just 2.5 minutes!
Translations available - https://t.co/Y4oXrblyxb. pic.twitter.com/5eMN8flusj
"To achieve sustainable food security, we must fundamentally disrupt the traditional forms of agriculture. We must pivot towards more cost-effective food production that is closer to home, more sustainable than factory farming and less land intensive."https://t.co/GmM49yN6KX— Eating Locally (@EatingLocally) September 24, 2020
“We need to overcome the serious delusion that industrial modernity is the only way.”— Local Futures (@EconofHappiness) September 24, 2020
Follow this link to read 'What to Do When the World is on Fire', our latest blog post by Henry Coleman -https://t.co/8g4NAJ3K3A.
“Improving soil health is the cornerstone for regenerative agriculture. We define it as a holistic, principles-based approach to farming and ranching that seeks to intentionally strengthen and enhance ecosystems and community resiliency.”https://t.co/ihTttk8xvq— Eating Locally (@EatingLocally) September 24, 2020
Full video of my interview with @davidpgoldman on Episode 2 of @NatConTalk.— Yoram Hazony (@yhazony) September 23, 2020
This interview focuses mostly on China vs. America, but we also get into Trump’s successful peace deals in the Mideast, and David’s personal journey to Orthodox Judaism. https://t.co/N6GwtJInrR
We’re excited to share the trailer for #Foodtopias, the new podcast series we’ve been working on! Episode 1 is dropping later this week, so make sure you subscribe by looking for Real Food Media wherever you get your podcasts. Hear the trailer at: https://t.co/VGUNAvrrqZ— Real Food Media (@realfoodmedia) September 22, 2020
Her family chose “a memorial that infused Judaism into America’s rituals of mourning. Ginsburg’s rabbi chanted “El Malei Rachamim” (God full of mercy)...the words echoing off the columns and washing over the flag-draped casket.” Requiescat in pace. https://t.co/fmhymrk0Oq— C.C. Pecknold (@ccpecknold) September 24, 2020
Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Canonizing Cain (essay by Joseph Pearce) https://t.co/H6EIOXsLkC— ImaginativeConservat (@imaginativecons) September 24, 2020
Pope Francis to head of German bishop's conference: "There is already a protestant German church. We don't need another one!" You would think that was unambigious - but not for a German bishop. #theology #Germany https://t.co/qBXCh4xzyS— Ulrich L. Lehner (@ulrichlehner) September 24, 2020
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
The autumn of Middle America has arrived. I knew an America that had strong communities and social bonds. It was real, not an abstraction. That season has passed.— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) September 23, 2020
An elegiac essay by Wayne Allensworth, on the Chronicles blog:https://t.co/alNRn2acZ6
"After phone calls with Jewish lawmakers, Trump has muttered that Jews 'are only in it for themselves' and 'stick together' in an ethnic allegiance that exceeds other loyalties" https://t.co/s9BLYIGK4k— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) September 23, 2020
The kind of ag system, economy+democracy we have is up to us. We are the experts when it comes to our needs, communities+farms. Join LSP for a Virtual Soil Health+Climate Listening Session to shape our new Soil Health+Climate Campaign! Register now! https://t.co/YCTm5RFuc2 pic.twitter.com/ZfxgsQOh2x— LandStewardshipProject (@LSPnow) September 22, 2020
Land trusts can play a pivotal role in land transition and land access for beginning farmers and ranchers. Guidestone Colorado is hosting a conversation on the ways land trusts help bridge the land access gap and provide opportunities *this Thursday.* https://t.co/XqiVJZKzcu pic.twitter.com/cVJGmDARK3— Young Farmers (@YoungFarmers) September 22, 2020
“It’s racist. I think we should call it out for what it is.” — @realchrisrufo on Critical Race Theory.— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) September 23, 2020
We originally were going to air this next week, but in light of Trump’s move to ban CRT from federal contracts we are releasing today: https://t.co/yVfebxf3dP pic.twitter.com/2cBh371Suh
Laugh at this idea if you want but Democrats have done it before— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) September 23, 2020
Legal immigrants (who vote 70% Democrat) move to blue states and Democrats move to red states. https://t.co/j0SUeh3DWv
Given that we aren’t going to abolish the Senate...probably ever...it feels like the best investment wealthy liberals and the companies they run would be to be move a few hundred thousand people into Wyoming, Montana, Utah, and Idaho.— Jordan Weissmann (@JHWeissmann) September 22, 2020
Timely pic.twitter.com/fExKpk1PSA— Drill “Yamiche” Meaton (@DrillMeaton) September 23, 2020
It was taken down? Not sure what's going on.
Join us tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. CT to hear Carl F. Horowitz discuss his article on slavery reparations in the September Chronicles and to take questions from the audience. On the Chronicles Magazine Facebook page and Charlemagne Institute YouTube channel: https://t.co/fk4VaYxvRl pic.twitter.com/eW8jQTu0EE— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) September 22, 2020
Edit. Here it is:
The loss of the Papal States was a great boon to the papacy and to the Church’s evangelical mission.https://t.co/9agwmqGGwK— First Things (@firstthingsmag) September 23, 2020
"The purpose of the sacrilegious usurpation of Our rule is the destruction of the force and efficacy of the Papal primacy and eventually the Catholic religion itself."— Rafael de Arízaga (@RafaeldeArizaga) September 23, 2020
Pius IX, "Etsi multa" (1873) https://t.co/y0Nzp0ZWWq
According to @OpenDoors, “every facet of persecution” of religion has increased in China in recent years, with the persecution of “Church life”—parish activity, religious education, social action—at what they measure as “90% persecution.” https://t.co/ndDh8uEbkj— The American Conservative (@amconmag) September 23, 2020
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
The historian John Lukacs liked to distinguish between a “fact” and an “event.” A fact is what happened; an event is what that fact means. Lukacs called this our “historical consciousness.”https://t.co/AraYIlhhEh— Intercollegiate Studies Institute (@ISI) September 22, 2020
Conservatives need to move away from being anti-Enlightenment and being focused more on being anti-state.
We need a system of global governance that recognizes the global commons -- forests, rivers, insects, biodiversity, and soil -- as an inalienable human right. https://t.co/w4lxQXapKc— Karl Burkart (@greendig) September 17, 2020
Orthodox faithful celebrate 20th anniversary of canonization of Royal Family and foundation of Church on the Blood (+VIDEO)https://t.co/KmbGxN5Fsp— Orthodox Christianity (@Orthodoxy2019) September 22, 2020
This Sunday, Orthodox faithful from throughout Russia gathered in the Moscow region to honor the Royal Martyrs on the occasion o... pic.twitter.com/9Wdfa5vmku
The makers of ‘the new soil documentary @kissthegroundCA on how our actions to improve soil and food in the next 20 years will shape a thousand years of human civilization. https://t.co/5TtYpW9C0n #CCNow— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) September 22, 2020
“Kiss the Ground” reveals the solution to climate change and delivers something we could all use more of – hope. 🌱 Watch the groundbreaking documentary, available on @Netflix today!— Planet Home (@PlanetHomeEco) September 22, 2020
OUR REVIEW: https://t.co/dHO9MqHbBx pic.twitter.com/9XKCfAR4tx
“We want viewers to feel empowered to take immediate action & feel confident that we can tackle #climatechange,” say @JoshTickell & @rebeccatickell, directors of @kissthegroundCA. And, #soil is awesome.— Virginia Gewin (@VirginiaGewin) September 22, 2020
My @CivilEats Q&A. https://t.co/QTHSYpZE1I
Line-breeding and silage feeding have created cows that are unable graze on grass.— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) September 22, 2020
Marianne Landzettel suggests that to increase resilience and adaptability, we must introduce rare breeds. https://t.co/Qkgmb65H2t
The “Shark Attack” Was Part of an Outdated and Costly Training Doctrine https://t.co/3grxbGMbFj— SOFREP (@sofrepofficial) September 22, 2020
#Spain reimagined #democracy through the work place, could America follow suit?— The Laura Flanders Show (@theLFshow) September 17, 2020
Catch this week's episode with Co-Founder and Board Chair @BeneficialState Kat Taylor (@thisiskattaylor): https://t.co/MSKy30GhxH#Resistance #RadicalQuestions #RadicalSolutions #CooperativeMovement pic.twitter.com/x9BhL4OhSl
Arguing With Lincoln: The Views of M.E. Bradford & Richard Weaver (essay by Thomas Hubert) https://t.co/J1SwaQCvqj— ImaginativeConservat (@imaginativecons) September 22, 2020
The Imaginative Conservative
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/86m6PmclRc— Gokhale Method (@GokhaleMethod) September 20, 2020
Babbitt is one of the most influential yet neglected conservative intellectuals of the 20th century, a missing link between Edmund Burke and Russell Kirk. Now William S. Smith, a Catholic University contemporary of Ryn’s, has written a new study of him. https://t.co/efSNbgmeZs— The American Conservative (@amconmag) September 19, 2020
University of Michigan Press: Democracy and Imperialism: Irving Babbitt and Warlike Democracies by William S. Smith
The rise of the “woke” brigades and the abandonment of America’s Christian heritage has caused some Catholics to doubt the compatibility of their faith with the American experiment.— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) September 21, 2020
Gerald Russello, of @ubookman, in our Sept issue on the birth of America: https://t.co/8swPgayw4P
Some Latins in the US have identity issues...
We knew sitting was bad for you... but should you #squat instead? It might seem silly, but this position helps keep our muscles active while at rest. Here's what we know from studying modern hunter-gatherers, and how to integrate it into our daily lives. https://t.co/ZqJCCrVhFu— The Paleo Diet® (@ThePaleoDiet) September 21, 2020
Retired Navy SEAL/author, Jack Carr, joins me on the KNOW FEAR podcast.— tonyblauer (@tonyblauer) September 21, 2020
We don't talk about his novels or military background, we talk about what is going on right now in our country. Jack shares sage advice on how to prepare ourselves & our families. https://t.co/A8b7ke21jG
Monday, September 21, 2020
E.F. Schumacher once said of Hazel Henderson’s work: “[Her] essays—every one of them—have more “reality” than almost any other writings on societal problems I know.”— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) September 21, 2020
Hear what she and @JulietSchor have to say about the present moment this Thursday!https://t.co/e03JPjr3H9
"Don't wage war on evil directly, but love Christ and His light, and evil will then retreat." +St. Porphyrios pic.twitter.com/6QNHMsRoh6— Saint Porphyrios (@saintporphyrios) September 20, 2020
Miguel Estrada should be in the conversation for the SCOTUS nomination. Classic American story, brilliant, (Kagan called him a "towering intellect" during her own confirmation), and a victim of one of the worst political hit jobs in recent memory.— J.D. Vance (@JDVance1) September 22, 2020
Now, here is a webinar not to be missed. Tomorrow (September 22nd) @ 4 p.m. ET, featuring Thomas Chatterton Williams and Bari Weiss. Hosted by the Arete Institute at Duke University. Former James Madison Program Visiting Fellow Professor Jed Atkins will moderate the discussion. https://t.co/6AUNyXCUen— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) September 22, 2020
The inherent dignity of all life is no mere slogan or academic concept for Amy Coney Barrett. She lives it as a mother of seven, including one intellectually disabled biological child and two adopted from Haiti.— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) September 22, 2020
My case for ACB. https://t.co/2jpzj7kGwU
"The 'education bubble,' like any asset bubble, is not merely a financial crisis. It is a moral crisis: a misallocation and distortion of value. The underlying problem of the modern university is a crisis of integrity and purpose."— Pairagraph (@pairagraph) September 22, 2020
EMF exposure can cause nausea, fatigue, anxiety, depression, & headaches. EMFs interfere with circadian rhythm & suppress immune system function, also. Daniel DeBaun, telecom expert & founder of DefenderShield, offers tips for mitigating the effects. https://t.co/KSx8tkoCmb— Weston A. Price Foundation (@WestonAPrice) September 21, 2020