In case you missed it, here’s the video of the panel with me and Dan Burns on “Catholics and the Political Common Good" at @UofDallas excellent conference on America, Liberalism, and Catholicism. Watch, and share! https://t.co/nSQ4X9cIUu via @YouTube— Professor Pecknold (@ccpecknold) April 17, 2021
Saturday, April 17, 2021
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Beverly Hills) says "replacement theory" is racist ... because "with every passing year, there will be more people who look like me in the US. You can’t stop it." https://t.co/ik65f8fUcn— Steve Sailer (@Steve_Sailer) April 17, 2021
If Ted Lieu is "American," "American" doesn't mean anything except being subject to the United States Federal Government.
“We’ve pursued and achieved the #modern dream of defining ourselves—but at what cost? Sohrab Ahmari, New York Post op-ed editor, makes a compelling case for seeking the inherited traditions and ideals that give our lives meaning.” https://t.co/DnDBAzDdKm— Hans-MartientenNapel (@hmtennapel) April 14, 2021
Will it be a post-civic nationalism conservatism that will fail to respect the original Anglo-Celtic peoples and culture?
Thrilled to announce FREEDOM, which explains how people across the ages maintain autonomy in the face of more powerful foes. Humans are unique in that ability, and were that not true, the powerful would always dominate. Thankfully, they don’t. Avail 5/18: https://t.co/eFN3dUiyZl pic.twitter.com/6ENV3VcAhM— Sebastian Junger (@sebastianjunger) April 13, 2021
Today, I’m joined by Jack Donovan to talk about the roles of masculinity, individual responsibility, the heroic ideal, and why we as men look to the Gods and what we can learn from them.https://t.co/zQaWooR5Rr pic.twitter.com/KLZMUkUStS— Ryan Michler (@ryanmichler) April 13, 2021
Find your tribe.
"The percentage of attacks and plots committed by active-duty and reserve personnel rose in 2020 to 6.4 percent... up from 1.5 percent in 2019... and none in 2018."— Irregular Warfare Initiative (@IrregWarfare) April 13, 2021
By @CatrinaDoxsee, @SethGJones, and @GraceE_Hwang @CSIS_Threats https://t.co/9ktvumCXY2
Interesting data from @CSIS_Threats.— Irregular Warfare Initiative (@IrregWarfare) April 16, 2021
See @WesJBryant article on @IrregWarfare on viewing domestic divisions through an IW lens for additional perspective:https://t.co/rPsEy8QdfJ@CatrinaDoxsee https://t.co/XXiOlkXzkF
🇸🇪🇺🇸 Swedish Home Guard Trains With U.S. Army Green Berets - The Home Guard units are modern combat units with a main responsibility to protect, guard and monitor #Swedish territory and also provide support to society in times of crisis. @Forsvarsmakten pic.twitter.com/avdnxSWb3f— US Spec Ops Europe (@US_SOCEUR) April 16, 2021
To whom are the Swedish Home Guard loyal?
Will Anders Lassen, the Robin Hood Commando legend, be featured in the famous director's next film? https://t.co/upyPMiGdCz— SOFREP (@sofrepofficial) April 14, 2021
A passage from Baron Von Freytag-Loringhoven's "Deductions from the World War" (1918).— QuintusCurtius (@QuintusCurtius) April 15, 2021
A man who understands the moral dimension of leadership. pic.twitter.com/UtumYvRsUX
An extraordinary young de-transitioned woman talks about the emotional impact of testosterone on her body. Basically: a injection of pure rage.https://t.co/YebEZIH3y2— Andrew Sullivan (@sullydish) April 16, 2021
Friday, April 16, 2021
...repeasantisation has to be a populist movement transcending existing landworkers – so while the caveats in this thread are salutary, I think the key phrase is “You're not less-than for being a new farmer, it's fine and you're doing good things”...— Chris Smaje (@csmaje) April 12, 2021
“When we plant trees, we rarely ‘plant’ the soil microbiome. But if we do, we can really accelerate the process of restoration.”https://t.co/WwzgcjyWZ6— Regeneration International (@regeneration_in) April 16, 2021
Principles and some of the benefits around #regenerativeagriculture nicely captured in this graphic from @Groundswellaguk. More info on our five #soilregen farmers at https://t.co/3Iw7ebOIpU #soilhealth pic.twitter.com/8MojrzziKJ— Farming For a Better Climate (@SACFarm4Climate) April 16, 2021
Regenerative agriculture is the need of the hour, for our health, our environment and for the future of our shared planet: https://t.co/K8NnMzHBUr— Chelsea Green Publishing (@chelseagreen) April 16, 2021
'Despite the fact that soil is at the heart of our existence, we know very little about it. We do know, however, that this fertile skin has been damaged by intensive farming, pollution, deforestation and global heating'@guardian #soilhttps://t.co/LoqLdydFOo— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) April 16, 2021
Composting is as beneficial for the soil as it is for waste management. Read all about the different phases of composting in this blogpost: https://t.co/fRWz55UoHf— Chelsea Green Publishing (@chelseagreen) April 15, 2021
10 Must-Read Books For Regenerative Agriculturehttps://t.co/6RCzaFMS9I— REGENETARIANISM (previously L.A. CHEFs Column) (@REGENETARIANISM) April 15, 2021
S. Adam Seagrave, writing as "a card-carrying Lockean liberal," argues that federal and state government in the US have become enemies of communal self-government. https://t.co/CKuwBEypeu pic.twitter.com/9TJkrPNopQ— Front Porch Republic (@FrontPorchRepub) April 16, 2021
Moving #BeyondTheGreatReset, to systems that revolve around the wellbeing of local communities, while respecting planetary resources, means transitioning to a decentralised and local economy..— Systems Change Alliance (@systmschange) April 14, 2021
Localisation pioneer, @HelenaNHodge will speak at our summit: https://t.co/pg3qRgMJ7E pic.twitter.com/0EZ3GDLx7W
"How long it will take to develop, on a big scale, alternative systems is hard to say, but if the road is long, the only good advice is to get up early and not waste any more time.”— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) April 16, 2021
E.F. Schumacher details how we might foster an economy built on #wisdom:https://t.co/BEk9THlAnh
Speakers at the Vatican health care conference include conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall who said at the @wef last year: “All these [environmental] things we talk about wouldn’t be a problem if there was the size of population that there was 500 years ago” https://t.co/yBn84sgIB5 https://t.co/qKmEqtGDrk— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) April 16, 2021
Pope Francis says to counter the growth of populism around the world it’s necessary for politicians to propose initiatives that are rooted in local communities and their values.https://t.co/vZae65Z5ZN— Crux (@Crux) April 16, 2021
VATICAN—@Pontifex condemns “paternalistic” populism in video message streamed yesterday to US Catholic organizations, promoting his book "Let Us Dream".— Bree A Dail (@breeadail) April 16, 2021
Thoughts on his alternative political proposal, "inclusive popularism". https://t.co/tqk2qJ3wlJ
The JP II Conference continues today feat. @josephecapizzi and @ccpecknold of @CatholicUniv, UD's own @gjpappin and Daniel Burns, and concluding reflections by Robert Koons of the Univ. of Texas.— University of Dallas (@UofDallas) April 16, 2021
Conference agenda, event locations, and livestream link: https://t.co/cB28lkDTtd pic.twitter.com/p45L7sqHDw
Thursday, April 15, 2021
“What does a #NewEconomy look like? It looks like holding land in commons, democratizing the way that money is issued, and ultimately bringing things back down to a community-based, human-focused level.”— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) April 14, 2021
Rachel Moriarty relates the history of our work:https://t.co/pJeHEoZGxd
5連勝！！！！！ pic.twitter.com/mIijcV5EKb— 丘みどり (@okamidori0726) April 15, 2021
Sunday, April 18, at 5:30pm Pacific, join Cappella Romana and @AnimaMundiProd for the world premiere event of a stunningly beautiful full-length film directed by Robert Kyr on his work, #ATimeForLife, edited and produced by filmmaker Paul Robert Lingas. https://t.co/aki6SwQVB4 pic.twitter.com/vw8Cy6sr8i— Cappella Romana (@cappellaromana) April 14, 2021
For those who don’t think Christianity brought in a sexual revolution, see Harper, From Shame to Sin, and Holland, Dominion, and https://t.co/H7VuWB6rsy.— Timothy Keller (@timkellernyc) April 15, 2021
Will this essay be tinged with feminism or white-knighting trad conservatism?
Attunement is essential for a young nervous system to grow healthy. It’s also a great help for adults dealing with trauma. We all need to feel that love some time, preferably OFTEN.— Erwan Le Corre (@ErwanLeCorre) April 15, 2021
Are you part of a loving tribe? https://t.co/eg2cw7rQGO
This afternoon at 5:30 PM EST, the Thomistic Institute at Georgetown University presents a lecture by Prof. Scott Cleveland of the University of Mary titled “How to Avoid Being Unhappy.”— Thomistic Institute (@ThomisticInst) April 15, 2021
Taking place over Zoom. Register to receive Zoom credentials.https://t.co/qAqSPEnRNe
Will the academics figure out that their academic talk isn't enough?
HAPPY 1ST BIRTHDAY TO MY GIRL 💗🐶🎂 I can’t even begin to explain how much joy you’ve brought me over the last year. Swipe right to see the birthday party I threw her this week with brother Johnny & Sister Emmylou 😂 (yes I’m officially THAT dog mom!) pic.twitter.com/3rDmicuzyj— Carly Pearce (@carlypearce) April 15, 2021
A Taiwanese officer "bent out of shape" by my suggestion that Taiwan defend itself like serious small countries do, with an all-people defensive militia that greatly outnumbers the invaders. Unsurprised. They believe in prestige weapons, sharp uniforms & parade-ground drills. https://t.co/lldRnFtd0x— Edward N Luttwak (@ELuttwak) April 5, 2021
NEW from Doug Bandow: The American people deserve to know what they might be expected to die for. Washington is filled with people who believe that being a superpower means never having to limit ambitions or fear the consequences of military interventions. https://t.co/io0wKU1E2Z— The American Conservative (@amconmag) April 15, 2021
“We are very disturbed that without a presidential determination, refugee resettlement has effectively been halted." https://t.co/JqG4ICpA0A— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) April 15, 2021
Armida Barelli, a lay Catholic leader who formed “generations of conscious and motivated women” in the faith, will be beatified after the Church approved a miracle attributed to her intercession. https://t.co/AfOUNhU2wf— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) April 15, 2021
Take away the wealth (both at the personal level and the societal level) and what sort of leadership could she have exercised?
Anthony Fauci, Chelsea Clinton, and Deepak Chopra are among the featured speakers at a Vatican conference being held in May on the interplay of mind, body, and soul in healthcare. https://t.co/EpEMbw8jlo— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) April 15, 2021
Other speakers at health conference co-organised by the Vatican include new age guru Deepak Chopra, conservationist Dame Jane Goodall, Michael Bloomberg’s daughter Emma, supermodel Cindy Crawford, hedge fund billionaire Ray Dalio, Kerry Kennedy, Google Health chief David Feinberg https://t.co/dDPW5l5Lo4— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) April 15, 2021
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, the Vatican’s foreign minister, said that though it’s “legitimate” to speak of a decadence and decline of the West, he’s optimistic that the decline is not irreversible.https://t.co/1jhKFEpMRt— Crux (@Crux) April 14, 2021
Supply Shock by Brian Czech is the most thorough book on the steady state economy. Czech applies ecological principles to today’s economic issues and provides a vision for the only sustainable solution: the steady state economy.— CASSE (@SteadyStateEcon) April 14, 2021
Give it a read: https://t.co/iqVe8kmqmK
This week on the BGS Radio Hour, we bring you old bluegrass newly recorded by @stringdusters, music from our Artist of the Month @PeggySeeger and much more!— BGS (@TheBGSituation) April 14, 2021
Liste on BGS or wherever you get your podcasts: https://t.co/uh0tq5gLI9
A handy slipway into Loch Garry is a great place for a tune!!— Duncan Chisholm 💙 (@DuncanWChisholm) April 7, 2021
‘The Lochaber Badger’ written by @FredMorrison seems like exactly the right tune to play for you here.
Hope it’s a great day for you all!!
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
In a major blow to vegan beliefs/pride, early humans were actually apex predators who hunted large animals for two million years before they sought vegetables to supplement their diet. https://t.co/o0XZ74A9SO— Andrew Mente (@andrewmente) April 12, 2021
Is shoulder carry just a #Hollywood #movie cliche or does it actually have a place in your #EDC lifestyle? @jl_gonzales digs into this one here is this episode of Daily Defense!https://t.co/xHwz8rI3cy— Brownells, Inc. (@BrownellsInc) April 12, 2021
“Human cultures, like cell cultures, are not steady states. They can have split purposes as their expanding & contracting concepts of insiders & outsiders shift, depending on levels of trust, & on... available resources & how many people need them.” https://t.co/BDXyrpw9fp— Josh Hochschild (@JoshHochschild) April 13, 2021
Monday, April 12, 2021
This evening at 7 PM ET, Prof. Sarah Byers of Boston College will speak for the Thomistic Institute at the United States Military Academy on “Body, Soul, and What Defines Us.”— Thomistic Institute (@ThomisticInst) April 12, 2021
Register to receive information on how to join the video call.https://t.co/fmHQy7GB7v
Vatican Summit on ‘Theology of the Priesthood’ Will Look at Questions Raised in Recent Synods https://t.co/FjwFJeN9CF— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) April 12, 2021
Sunday, April 11, 2021
Orthodox Christianity? No.
Dr. Michele Watkins (@GodGaveMeASong) (U. of San Diego), our other NEH Faculty Fellow, will complete her first book, "Deification of the Desacralized: Critical Correlations Among Womanist & Orthodox Theologies."— Fordham OCSC (@FordhamOrthodox) April 8, 2021
Fact of the day: Some people who are #lowcarb actually do best when they target some carbs post-workout. Why?— Nick Norwitz (@nicknorwitz) April 11, 2021
Nerd out with me for 10 minutes via YouTube. You'll never think about a squat the same way again... https://t.co/3M5wka6ebQ pic.twitter.com/3cceuBOhXY
In this video, hear from Andrew Downing—co-curator of our upcoming concert—on the relationship between baroque and folk music, and how he arranged classics from Toronto's 1960s #Yorkville scene. Learn more at https://t.co/gPMZKaaykMhttps://t.co/UN0yZCZD09— Tafelmusik (@Tafelmusik) April 11, 2021