I may be speaking with L Amber O'Hearn— Peter Ballerstedt (@GrassBased) December 12, 2020
Monday. Until then, I'm enjoying her Low Carb Down Under presentation.
Ruminants can turn carbohydrates into fat FOR us INSTEAD of us... https://t.co/1nElH5G0xT@KetoCarnivore @lowcarb_aus
Saturday, December 12, 2020
We’re always ready.— 101st Airborne Div. (@101stAASLTDIV) December 11, 2020
Early this morning, about 20 Soldiers from Fort Campbell deployed - to Wisconsin. These medical pros will work with joint partners in multiple locations in the state, in support of our nation's COVID-19 response. pic.twitter.com/asLsdAEwe5
Female MPs in the first 10 seconds.
All-day leading up to the Game, we are sharing "Go Army" Spirit Videos! Be sure to check out the USASOAC #WinningMatters video at 1400 hours EST today! #ArmyNavy2020 #USASOAC pic.twitter.com/sNU5w3u7MZ— @USASOAC (@usasoac) December 12, 2020
Richard Heinberg: Has America Reached Its Limits? #Biden , Climate, The End of Fossil Fuel— Back In America - The Podcast -Stan Berteloot 🇪🇺 (@Back_in_America) December 11, 2020
Watch it on Youtube or Listen to the latest episode of Back in America, the #podcast with @richardheinberg from @postcarbon #colapso #FossilFuels #Election2020 https://t.co/WggvmgMLkb pic.twitter.com/2JhmKLwKDc
This video could not possibly misrepresent Chanukah more egregiously.— Josh Hammer (@josh_hammer) December 11, 2020
Chanukah is not about “tikkun olam” or universalist notions of “fighting for justice.” The Chanukah story is one of Jewish particularism, traditionalism, and nationality repelling the forces of secularism. https://t.co/kxS83kFRrU
Off line, I’m hearing a lot of Americans say they feel it could happen now.— Yoram Hazony (@yhazony) December 11, 2020
Once you’ve already had one Civil War, a second one becomes a lot easier to imagine. https://t.co/DrYER2soMi
At least one of them has a parachute.
Stanley Payne, the great historian of twentieth century Spain, describes how modern democracy succumbs to revolution and civil war. https://t.co/kKJWDsqfH7— Matthew Schmitz (@matthewschmitz) December 11, 2020
Part 1 of an interview with me and @cappellaromana Assoc. Dir. J M Boyer about Byzantine resources chant for Anglophone Orthodox involving cooperation through the years with @thyateiraschool @CityUniMusic @AgesInitiatives https://t.co/XgQkaDgTtM— Alexander Lingas (@ALLingas) December 11, 2020
SUSTENANCE - a documentary featuring @AllanRSavory that explores controversies revolving around food and its interconnectedness with justice, climate change, & sustainability - is now available in North America.— Savory Institute (@SavoryInstitute) December 11, 2020
Learn more, including where to watch, here: https://t.co/KSbyb4NDDB pic.twitter.com/VjiYTtPo3p
A short introduction.— Peter Ballerstedt (@GrassBased) December 11, 2020
What's my background?
Who's the Sodfather?
What do I mean by "Grass Based Health"?
What's the Ruminati?
What's the objective of the "Meet Your Herdmates" sodcast?
In less than 3 1/2 minutes... https://t.co/HpPHmlAvJD
Mooooving the in-calf cows. Slow and steady girls bringing up the rear 🐮— Manor Farm Surrey (@ManorFarmWotton) December 10, 2020
Grass fed cattle are part of the solution, sequestering carbon in soil as they graze #netzero #climatechange #soil #beltedgalloway @PastureForLife @NFUtweets @NFUSouthEast @SusFoodTrust @nativebreedsGB pic.twitter.com/ReHKNDanPY
Read this a few times and let it sink in.— Charles Marohn (@clmarohn) December 11, 2020
One of the most insidious base assumptions of MMT is that, instead of the government serving the people, we serve the government.
It's the worst form of nationalism. https://t.co/NnDcumRQ1Z
My tribute to Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. I am delighted that *Mosaic* has published it together with a tribute by my superstar former student Rabbi Meir Soloveichik.— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) December 11, 2020
No. 1 - Improvising Towards Democracy | Mark O'Connor— Mark O'Connor (@MOCViolin) December 10, 2020
Beginning on December 10th, 41 days from the presidential inaugural Jan 20th, I am going to repost the YouTubes of the 41 consecutive violin improvisations each day, beginning with "No. 1" #MOC41Dayshttps://t.co/3cZOlIhfMn
A great piece about Wong Kar-wai 王家卫’s film. His film “sounds” like Satie & Scriabin to me. I highly recommend director Hou Hsiao-hsien 侯孝贤’s film if you are Wong Kar-wai’s fans. Both directors are cutting edge & unique. https://t.co/97mqp52h08— Wu Fei 吴非 (@wufei) December 10, 2020
This excellent video by a Pharma whistleblower is made all the more powerful by the fact that she was found dead the other day by her 8yr-old son, after writing a testament that she would never commit suicide: https://t.co/jtgchPnUxn— Nick Bickel (@robursylvestris) December 11, 2020
AxisOfEasy Salon #34: Reclaiming Capital and Agency -- Jesse, mark and I discuss the different kinds of "Network State" https://t.co/hUlgwTHLD9— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) December 11, 2020
Read this a few times and let it sink in.— Charles Marohn (@clmarohn) December 11, 2020
One of the most insidious base assumptions of MMT is that, instead of the government serving the people, we serve the government.
It's the worst form of nationalism. https://t.co/NnDcumRQ1Z
The stem cells used to start the Singapore process came from chicken feather, and involved biopsies of live animals. The nutrient broth in the bioreactor where it grew included foetal bovine serum, extracted from foetal blood.The ‘yuck’ factor is massive. https://t.co/5nxpynCfLn— Joanna Blythman (@JoannaBlythman) December 9, 2020
Not every conservative warmed as much as I did to ”Heroes of the Fourth Turning” by @willarbery but this very fine @TerryTeachout1 review @WSJ reminds me that I saw something true. https://t.co/YlMAbqnk9S— C.C. Pecknold (@ccpecknold) December 12, 2020
Former Italian deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, a populist and known opponent of Pope Francis and the Italian bishops on the issue of immigration, is on trial for kidnapping related to his refusal to allow migrants to disembark a rescue ship in 2019.https://t.co/wP84JHTRU0— Crux (@Crux) December 12, 2020
#PopeFrancis to UN Climate Summit: ‘Now is time to change direction’ — he vows to reduce Vatican’s net emissions “to zero by 2050” and “to promote education in integral ecology”; praises Global Education Pact and Economy of Francesco initiatives https://t.co/wyS5SyhKdB— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) December 12, 2020
Friday, December 11, 2020
An article I wrote on Xenophon, political economy, and ruling classes. "From the point of view of the theory of the ruling class,” wrote James Burnham, “a society is the society of its ruling class." 1/ https://t.co/sksAx0hk2S— Pedro L. Gonzalez (@emeriticus) December 12, 2020
"The nation that dares to privilege its own interest, we are told, is one that is certain to disregard international laws and treaties, renege on its commitments, repudiate the bonds of common humanity, and aggrandize itself at the world’s expense." True? https://t.co/Wjif960TYD— Modern Age (@ModAgeJournal) December 11, 2020
A walk into the future, in a British city where housing is sustainable, energy is locally owned, food is abundant, and the work week is just three days long.https://t.co/cFLKujM4cj— YES! Magazine (@yesmagazine) December 11, 2020
https://t.co/0Vjsq2cqwX— Fenix Ammunition (@FenixAmmunition) December 10, 2020
It's confirmed - leftism is a mental disorder.
After all, you're not a science denier, are you?
Well, now we get to see if the APA will designate feminism as a personality disorder. https://t.co/u5Dkg9S09n— Rollo Tomassi (@RationalMale) December 10, 2020
“‘Was the 2020 election stolen by the establishment to get rid of a president, Donald Trump, whom it loathed?’ will be debated decades hence,” writes Pat Buchanan. https://t.co/AyNojFRMyT— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) December 11, 2020
On Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s 102nd birthday, Chronicles examines the legacy of this legendary Russian author. https://t.co/EOQivoRZJT— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) December 11, 2020
Seeing the West as a Millstone: Sketches of Solzhenitsyn in Exile (essay by Joseph Pearce) https://t.co/ubaJryMrFJ— ImaginativeConservat (@imaginativecons) December 11, 2020
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: The Courage to be Christian (essay by Joseph Pearce) https://t.co/fcOW7nmJAg— ImaginativeConservat (@imaginativecons) December 11, 2020
Col. Allison Black joined SOF to be part of something special, what made you want to join the team? Tune into #SOFcast on Dec. 15 for a special “Shots from the Field” episode, where SOF leaders discuss contemporary issues facing SOF, available wherever you listen to podcasts! pic.twitter.com/O8NaKvVLDi— USSOCOM (@USSOCOM) December 11, 2020
Do women consider Troye Sivan attractive?
How was the execution of Brandon Bernard any different from Harod’s state sanctioned execution of John the Baptist?— Amigo de Frodo (@bpdflores) December 11, 2020
The death penalty today is a blood-lust within society and no legal veneer can hide that.
To say Harod had the authority is absurd.
Russian control of Karabakh and protection of the region’s Armenians is a good second-best option for Armenia, given the alternatives.https://t.co/24sfmZ1iGZ— First Things (@firstthingsmag) December 11, 2020
IN 30 MINS!! Tune into the Bank Job film screening, an amazing story about our broken economic system and how two artists built their own community bank and canceled £1.2 million in debt from their neighborhood. #bankjob https://t.co/n3mmRjG9Gh— Chelsea Green Publishing (@chelseagreen) December 11, 2020
Thursday, December 10, 2020
Thank you to my friend @ryanmcmaken and @mises (and to much-missed Ralph Raico) for addressing a topic I am passionate about:— Stephen W. Carson (@RadicalLib) December 10, 2020
Christianity + Liberalism
One of our earliest episodes of the Deep Lore Econ Chat addressed this from a complementary angle:https://t.co/RkImLKQXLE https://t.co/45fgW3U38Z
Beyond Chrismukkah | Church Life Journal | University of Notre Dame This is a lovely article by a colleague in Theology https://t.co/oimfSly2k2— John Cavadini (@JohnCavadini) December 10, 2020
The idea that debt, leverage, speculation, greed, exploitation and parasitic elites can expand exponentially forever is magical thinking. https://t.co/SXBKFMhaBG— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) December 10, 2020
Another victory for religious freedom in the Supreme Court, this one vindicating the rights of Muslims and making clear that government can't escape RFRA requirements by enacting offending policies and revoking or modifying them when it looks like they'll be struck down in court. https://t.co/A8T9Qz93c4— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) December 10, 2020
The liberal arts cultivate a way to respond to the world better. https://t.co/DIPDaPWHhl— Public Discourse (@PublicDiscourse) December 4, 2020
Jessica Hooten Wilson
When capitalists tell you that they want "to change capitalism for good", it's time to read the small-print.— Frédéric Leroy (@fleroy1974) December 9, 2020
BP, Mastercard, Allianz, Dupont, Visa, J&J, Bank of America,... - do you really think people will believe this #BuildBackBetter nonsense? https://t.co/7VhSsQBRSp
The logic, which is also one step further than the Jesuit logic of ministry: this is how the Church will influence the elites to use their power for good.
My song, "Della and Jim," retells O Henry's "Gift of the Magi." Playing Della to my Jim is the wonderful April Verch. "Oh all who love and who believe, they are the wisest ones. Those who give, and who receive, the Magi they become." https://t.co/XRCiK4yMr3— Joe Newberry (@JoeNewberry) December 10, 2020
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights has helped improve the lives of millions of people and lay the foundations for a more just world.#StandUp4HumanRights on #HumanRightsDay & every day. https://t.co/2ftXxLBj0g pic.twitter.com/FDd1Nx3IuU— United Nations (@UN) December 10, 2020
Check out this speech that Allan Savory recently gave at BioFarm, an agricultural conference for producers and policymakers in Ireland. https://t.co/u4OqG37XBL— Savory Institute (@SavoryInstitute) December 9, 2020
Colorado ranchers Matthew & Mandy Gordon use regenerative agriculture practices to build healthy #soil that also improves #water retention — a key benefit in the midsts of more #droughts and a changing #climate. https://t.co/ZKqPRc9tDS— Regeneration Int'l (@regeneration_in) December 10, 2020
"Global expansion of #grasslands & their newly evolved, #carbon-rich soils..over the past 40 million y may have induced global #cooling..Grassland evolution..can..be viewed as a biological force for global change through coevolution of grasses & #grazers" https://t.co/gsJKDM22T5— Frédéric Leroy (@fleroy1974) December 9, 2020
🌳 If planting trees in upland areas seems in-tree-ging (🤦♂️🤦♀️), watch this @wrffc20 webinar— Soil Association (@SoilAssociation) December 10, 2020
🐑 @Ben_Raskin looks at its potential to help profits & benefit livestock & environment
& @CoedCymru @OrgResCent @BangorUni #agroforestry #FABULOUSFarmers
From @cnupublicsquare: The Rural-to-Urban Transect is one of the most influential planning theories in recent decades. Urbanists have been using the Transect to compete with the protocols of sprawl for years, and no book has been written on it—until now. https://t.co/Te5cDIJdQc— Congress for the New Urbanism (@NewUrbanism) December 10, 2020
Episode 6 is out!— 1st Special Forces Command (@1st_SF_Command) December 10, 2020
The Indigenous Approach podcasts continues an examination of Special Forces Identity with the 2nd of a 3-part series with 7 highly-respected Sergeants Major, past and present, from across the Regiment.
Listen here:https://t.co/sXC4wlDm1l pic.twitter.com/RZlhCa5kCI
Tools are important but training is far more important. With that out of the way, @TimKennedyMMA talks about building your Carbine kit.— Sheepdog Response (@SDResponse) December 10, 2020
Taken from our Carbine Level 1 Virtual Course available at https://t.co/87HrjYtgfa https://t.co/aBYNU4a8YV
“Jimmy Lai is obviously the one who runs the only newspaper which is still completely free," @CardJosephZen told CNA. “So, there is a clear policy direction: suppress the freedom of expression.” https://t.co/5kcmOWp1Pd— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) December 10, 2020
Magister: In the Appointment of New Chinese Bishops, Beijing Clobbers Rome. The Case of Fujian
All they have to do is scream "racism" and they can do anything they want. VMI has acted dishonorably in caving to political pressure. Their alumni should stop supporting them. https://t.co/mzW4HmNRIA— CSA4Ever (@csa4_ever) December 8, 2020
“Diversity and inclusion requires action. It requires decisions and it requires leaders that must put themselves out there and must make purposeful decisions,” Gen. Richard Clarke, commander, USSOCOM speaking at Tampa ROCKS, Inc. over the weekend. Diversity strengthens #SOF. pic.twitter.com/Ry4eK7Di0J— USSOCOM (@USSOCOM) December 10, 2020
The challenges of running a multiethnic empire.
Composed in 1818 by Franz Xaver Gruber, nothing says "Christmas" quite like Silent Night—in this video, hear a sneak peek of our rendition. Tonight, hear the full concert, A #Tafelmusik Christmas, at 8pm EST. Buy your tickets at https://t.co/X9MlQ6w1V4https://t.co/Lf29N1ruFc— Tafelmusik (@Tafelmusik) December 10, 2020
Relax on your bed. Breathe normally. Have a watch or a timer app handy. When you feel ready, take the largest breath you can and start the timer.— Erwan Le Corre (@ErwanLeCorre) December 7, 2020
Write down your 1st breathhold time. Rest 2 minutes. Do it again. Keep a record of your best breathhold time.
That’s it for now!
Always such a joy to be in dialogue with @CornelWest! Thanks to the Federalist Society for inviting us to appear at their national convention. This was our second event for the Federalist Society, of which I'm a longtime supporter and my dear bother Cornel is a longtime critic! https://t.co/cxt8b5T5ty— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) December 4, 2020
Wednesday, December 09, 2020
Simon and Schuster: The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago and How We Can Do It Again by Robert D. Putnam with Shaylyn Romney Garrett
Harvard University Magazine
On Laudato Si’, Fratelli Tutti, and the Terminal Decline of Patriarchal Civilization by Luis Teodoro Gutiérrez
Guess his SSH status, and how much experience with women he has.
“A post-Marxist culture — one that kept Marx’s radical materialism and denial of religious transcendence, while dispensing with his confident predictions about the self-destruction of capitalism — would naturally tend to be radically bourgeois." https://t.co/b1TAgwZWBn— Michael Brendan Dougherty (@michaelbd) December 3, 2020
Can there be any Marxism that is not parastic on a state?
As runners, everything starts at the feet and dictates our strength and health.— Eric Orton (@BornToRunCoach) December 4, 2020
What the new episode of Running With Eric to see how to train your feet.#thecoolimpossibleproject #theCouriers #feet https://t.co/luiDcMURs6
Even @joerogan understands there are limits to growth!— CASSE (@SteadyStateEcon) December 7, 2020
In his latest podcast, he asks, "That is insane that companies are expected to grow infinitely... How can you just grow infinitely? That's bizarre."https://t.co/igUyHxgpbh
A couple of blog posts making the case that neither nuclear nor other forms of low C energy will enable us to keep powering the global economy at present levels:https://t.co/Sqe4tqna3Uhttps://t.co/VpEp92e3Fa#ASmallFarmFuture @theresphysics— Chris Smaje (@csmaje) December 7, 2020
Sub-clinical doses of anti-biotics are used in industrial farming to make animals put on weight. And that’s what they do to us, as well as messing with our gut health and immunity. https://t.co/gsVmALVbRq— Real Health and Wellness (@FranMacTweets) December 6, 2020
Coho salmon -- a species native to the US West Coast that have huge economic, cultural and ecological significance -- have been dying mysteriously for decades. Scientists now think they know why. https://t.co/jtNJdY5Cd3 @CNN pic.twitter.com/ADaI32BV1l— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) December 6, 2020
When a young climber infatuated with climbing history meets an old legend, he commits to helping him accomplish his lifelong goal of free climbing El Capitan.— Arc'teryx (@Arcteryx) December 7, 2020
Watch Free As Can Be, as part of our holiday film festival: https://t.co/2mpDRpuAj6
The New Perennials Project recently released The Perennial Turn: Contemporary Essays from the Field, the first book in a new open-access publishing project that will focus on regenerative agriculture, ecological sustainability, and social justice: https://t.co/JzpLFBckzu— Resilience.org (@buildresilience) December 9, 2020
A Nat Geo series I worked on, "Narco Wars," premiers tonight in U.S., later in Lat Am. It has ten eps on Mexico, Colombia, and U.S. connections looking at continuing tragedy of the drug war.— Ioan Grillo (@ioangrillo) December 9, 2020
I think eps on Zetas and Nazario Moreno are among the strongest... https://t.co/FoKJcHfLBF
#ICYMI: Chief Operations Officer for #OperationWarpSpeed Gen. Perna spoke at the OWS Summit on the dedication and #WholeOfAmerica effort to create and deliver a safe and effective #COVID19Vaccine.— Department of Defense 🇺🇸 (@DeptofDefense) December 9, 2020
Stay up-to-date on the DOD response to the Coronavirus ➡️https://t.co/vC1EjON3uq https://t.co/k5NKI1cY8j
This my chat w Dr Michael Rectenwald about deep tech censorship &the early beginnings of Google &Facebook.Turns out that,no, they aren't private companies after all. Now we can quit falling back on that excuse! There is important info in this one. Enjoy!https://t.co/6UQmXHk9kz— Buck (@buckrebel) December 7, 2020
Without the soul, there is only darkness. We are the bearers of light, and we have the control through the mind and through our heart forging a deeper connection with our brains. That connection is called love and we are able to spread it around and heal this world. It’s time X pic.twitter.com/Q41efLutrP— Wim Hof (@Iceman_Hof) December 9, 2020
“I think it’s important for Catholics today to appreciate that we have a great literary heritage,” says educator and filmmaker Andrew Nash, “that there are writers who are as good as—in Hopkins’ case much better than—famous non-Catholic writers, like Wordsworth, that we’ve all heard of.”
Our new Heartship video "Home From Far" celebrates our shared & strong conviction that home is something we carry with us, even as we travel or isolate far from our roots & loved ones. 🇨🇦 Thanks to all of you who submitted photos for this special video! 💗 https://t.co/vPPT7pRVws pic.twitter.com/49HFCVwQwM— April Verch (@aprilverch) December 9, 2020
General Don Bolduc served ten tours in Afghanistan from 2001-2013. In this SOFREP exclusive, he exposes nine missteps that cost us the war. https://t.co/2LSqiO0ox1— SOFREP (@sofrepofficial) December 8, 2020
Thanks to Mark, Mandy and Danny for the energetic discussion today on the today's military hubris and corruption and why we can't "win" our wars. WATCH: https://t.co/aPTZVgn9wX https://t.co/1vqW0KY71o— Kelley Vlahos (@VlahosAtQuincy) December 9, 2020
Did you miss this yesterday? @QuincyInst's @markperrydc w/ (Ret.) Lt. Col @DanielLDavis1 and Mandy Smithberger @StrausReform talk about the military revolving door, contractor corruption, bad war strategy and more. @VlahosAtQuincy moderates. WATCH: https://t.co/SvoFBDliSu— Responsible Statecraft (@RStatecraft) December 10, 2020
Service members like Joe and Shannon Kent devote their lives to our country. Keeping them and others in endless wars dishonors their sacrifice and places huge burdens on military families. Learn more about @joekent16jan19 and Shannon's story:#EndEndlessWars pic.twitter.com/uQecEnLr5q— Concerned Vets (@ConcernedVets) December 9, 2020
It’s a testament to the late Rabbi Sacks’s intellectual generosity and honesty that his challenge to the standard Catholic account of faith and reason often ends up reading as a lament for its loss.— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) December 9, 2020
May his memory be for a blessing.
My latest. https://t.co/Zu4EHtemv8
The challenge was serious, to be clear. The God of the Bible, Sacks contended, was lost in the bargain of Saint Paul’s ambition to spread his newfound faith to the Greco-Roman sphere. More to the point, God was lost in translation. The Greek language, with its left-to-right script, per Sacks, tends toward abstraction and universalization, whereas Hebrew is fundamentally a “right-brained” language, tending toward narrative and particularity. The result was that the West received an abstract, theoretical version of a supremely narrativistic deity.
The Hebrew Bible, Sacks believed, has no “theory” of being itself, of natural law or of political regimes. What it does offer are stories that deal with things like creation, morality, and politics “from multiple perspectives, at a level of subtlety and ambiguity closer to literature” than philosophy. The synthesis—the attempt to Hellenize the Bible and the teachings of Jesus—was an imposition, in Sacks’s view. And it was precisely because the God of the philosophers was so distant and inaccessible, Sacks thought, that the early Church had to posit a God-man as man’s bridge to God.
Sacks was, in truth, a pure anti-metaphysicist. In his 2011 book, The Great Partnership: Science, Religion and the Search for Meaning, he declared: “We cannot prove that life is meaningful and that God exists.” As a philosophy undergraduate at Cambridge, he recounted, he was thrilled by his atheist teachers’ demolition of the classical proofs for God, which he’d always considered a kind of cheap sleight of hand.
Does Western rationalism find its source in medieval scholasticism, after the state had started to rebel against Christendom and the intellectual elites starte do capture that intellectual institution of Christendom, the university? Or is it more a problem of practical atheism spreading thanks to mass culture and the agency of the elites? Blaming St. Paul is really a cheap shot, since St. Paul himself would repeat that the Christian Mystery is the summit of salvation history and God's relationship with His people. And such a Christianity does exist, even if it is obscured by other things, in the Christian East. So how much of an ally was Rabbi Sacks, as opposed to being an advocate of Judaism in what is left of a Christian society?
“Guardians” of the new #Vatican-led Council for Inclusive Capitalism include a Rothschild, Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, Visa and MasterCard.— Bree A Dail (@breeadail) December 9, 2020
The UN, California State Treasurer and OECD are also noted in leadership.
#BREAKING: @POLITICOEurope reports, “The Roman Catholic Church and more than 100 of the world’s largest investors and companies launched a Council for Inclusive Capitalism at the #Vatican seeking fundamental economic change.”— Bree A Dail (@breeadail) December 9, 2020
Not infrequently, the view from outside gives you better insight into what is going on inside. The U.S. today is a unique form of liberal oligarchy that was disrupted by a momentary burst of democracy. The elite made sure to roll that back - amusingly, in the name of “democracy.” https://t.co/qhOmgsTmVD— Patrick Deneen (@PatrickDeneen) December 9, 2020
This eight-minute collection of reflections on the life and teachings of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks is, I assure you, worth your time--no matter who you are; no matter your beliefs. https://t.co/2c1CtNSluF— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) December 7, 2020
Mainstream economic narratives are too narrow and inflexible.— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) December 7, 2020
A "language of the #commons," on the other hand, would allow "social, ecological and ethical values to be reintegrated into the management of our shared wealth."@FelwineSarr #livingeconomyhttps://t.co/KqxqruO8ay
The Jesuit mission to New France does not provide a good historical template for models of Christianity that distinguish sharply between power and humility, or the state and the faith. From the print edition:https://t.co/OSithYzfXw— First Things (@firstthingsmag) December 8, 2020
How can we nurture visions of the #goodlife that preserve nature and protect the interests of #futuregenerations?—ICYMI, our recent #NatureOfProsperity Dialogue with @romankrznaric, @JaneBryngwyn, @Bankfieldbecky and Rowan Williams >> https://t.co/zReovlIPsG— CUSP (@CUSP_uk) December 7, 2020
More from SCR:
We are thrilled North Carolina Songbook is nominated for a Grammy this year! We have a few unreleased videos from the recording to share with you- here’s Shake Sugaree. https://t.co/MNC3XVEwpN— Steep Canyon Rangers (@SteepCanyon) December 7, 2020
Tuesday, December 08, 2020
Special forum on "Introduction to ‘Reclaiming democracy from below: from the contemporary state capitalist system to peoples’ sovereignty’," edited by Nora McKeon & Gonzalo Berron. Introduction available here: https://t.co/lJQ9KxtDVu— Globalizations (@GlobalizationsJ) December 7, 2020
New interview with Greg Hunter @USAWatchdog— Gerald Celente (@geraldcelente) December 6, 2020
✦ Some of my Top Trends for 2021
✦ Does Trump have a shot to take out Biden? Will it go to the Supreme Court?
✦ Ready for the "Greatest Depression"?https://t.co/Iki50TK0q9
Je suis très heureuse de vous annoncer le lancement du centre de recherche de l’@ISSEP_Lyon.— Marion Maréchal (@MarionMarechal) December 8, 2020
Je vous présente et vous explique l'objectif du CAP dans cette vidéo ⤵️
La suite : https://t.co/3ylqA5LIkH
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#ValeryGiscarddEstaing incarnated the 'Orléanist' liberal right I wrote about for the @NewStatesman @JasonCowleyNS.— Hugo Drochon (@HDrochon) December 3, 2020
He was its only representative in the V Republic until a certain Macron. https://t.co/122KobiyBH
In 1934, Hollywood studios adopted the “Hollywood Production Code,” a voluntary agreement to avoid foul language, nudity, excessive violence, and advocacy of immorality. https://t.co/2I7HzP4g3D— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) December 8, 2020
What is a "backup gun" and what are reasons for having one? @jl_gonzales is back to discuss exactly that with you in this episode of Daily Defense. https://t.co/I5hvJhDjDj#brownells #selfdefense #guns— Brownells, Inc. (@BrownellsInc) December 8, 2020
The USSA has not yet admitted that the decay of its socio-economic order is unstoppable, and so the 'internal gulag' has yet to be breached. https://t.co/eWcNnD10Ag— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) December 8, 2020
If you still believe that America's systemic points of failure are endlessly sustainable, please study these four charts and extend the trendlines. https://t.co/YqoqN6iUDt— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) December 7, 2020
Meanwhile, oligarchs seeking greater control over natural resources.
Water has now joined gold, oil, and other commodities traded on Wall Street. The rich are making it clear that they know our most life-sustaining natural resource is becoming more scarce, and they plan to profit off of it. #WaterIsLife https://t.co/25uauj16P3— The Story of Stuff Project (@storyofstuff) December 8, 2020
Data confirms today’s growing divide between rich + poor is continuation of a trend that started in the 1970s with the rise of #corporatist + #neoliberal economic policies — dubbed "#trickledown #economics." #TheDefender @COMMONDREAMS https://t.co/sJA3gzrVk9— Children's Health Defense (@ChildrensHD) December 7, 2020
@CarnivoreMD https://t.co/OAEP55a786 might be of interest + 2 interviews with @DrRagnar— Eranda W (@erandaw1) December 8, 2020
Time dependency re PUFA may be important factor re insulin sensitivity (i.e. downstream adverse effects after initial improvements). Adiposite centred view in these lectures fascinating
NEW PODCAST DROPPED!— Genova Diagnostics (@genova_gdx) December 8, 2020
Dr. Ben Bikman on Why We Get Sick
Patti & Michael learn about insulin resistancehttps://t.co/fU6Cbzz2O0@BenBikmanPhD#insulinresistance #metabolichealth #pcos #podcasts pic.twitter.com/HfbO1BjeKR
Should you try #carb cycling on a #lowcarb or #keto diet? Check out our guide on carb cycling to see who this practice could potentially be for — and who should maybe avoid it. https://t.co/TToNiXpKhJ— Bret Scher, MD (@bschermd) December 7, 2020
New podcast is live: #140 - Gerald Shulman, M.D., Ph.D.: A masterclass on insulin resistance—molecular mechanisms and clinical implications. https://t.co/zyabG91CIp— Peter Attia (@PeterAttiaMD) December 7, 2020
Saint Cuthbert was born in Britain in 635 & became a monk at the monastery of Melrose. After years of struggle as a priest in the service of his own brethren and of the neglected Christians of isolated villages, he became a solitary on Farne Island in 676.https://t.co/SW2YsyEvMt pic.twitter.com/JfptfZzize— Trisagionfilms (@TrisagionFilms) December 8, 2020
After St. Cuthberts death he became one of the most important medieval saints of Northern England, with a pilgrimage centred on his tomb at Durham Cathedral. Cuthbert is regarded as the patron saint of Northern England.https://t.co/SW2YsyW6E1 pic.twitter.com/Bc8fpdJ0Cs— Trisagionfilms (@TrisagionFilms) December 8, 2020
The Myth of the Holy Cow - popularised for political purposes?— Gary Fettke (@FructoseNo) December 8, 2020
"early Hindus slaughtered cattle for both food & ritual, & the cow was not widely regarded as sacred until the modern era."
"the cow has... become a political instrument in the hands of rulers"https://t.co/ZuqPo4yNVh pic.twitter.com/hYLzbjyUr2