Want a fun way to kick off the weekend? Check out our latest video featuring Katie singing Steel Rails! 🎶https://t.co/MnuUH4kJ6T— The Petersens (@thepetersens) June 25, 2021
Saturday, June 26, 2021
I can't deny, it makes me emotional seeing the revival of Greek identity in Southern Italy after centuries of forced Latinisation.— Paul Antonopoulos 🇬🇷🇨🇾 (@oulosP) June 26, 2021
I'm looking forward to seeing more of them same Syria and Lebanon in the not very distant future after more than a century of forced Arabisation. pic.twitter.com/flAbjYr06l
America's Social Order is Unraveling https://t.co/Z4vUfLQIXb— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) June 25, 2021
Kiss The Old Normal Goodbye and Embrace The New Normal (25:34) (with host Kerry Lutz) -- we cover diet, illness, stress, work and more-- https://t.co/0EB9nJKkzT— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) June 25, 2021
Given this history, it is important for Catholics and other believers to take a leading role — as men and women of faith — in the debates and conversations that are shaping the direction and culture of our country.— Abp. José H. Gomez (@ArchbishopGomez) June 25, 2021
In his interview with Vatican editorial director Andrea Tornielli, Italian Cardinal Pietro Parolin stressed that in the Holy See’s complaint, “in no way has it been asked to block the law.”https://t.co/2g161z8hfV— Crux (@Crux) June 25, 2021
Friday, June 25, 2021
Justice Gorsuch delivered the opinion of the court joined by Roberts, Thomas, Breyer, Alito, Kavanaugh. Justice Barrett dissents joined by Justices Sotomayor and Kagan.— SCOTUSblog (@SCOTUSblog) June 25, 2021
What higher goods were the female justices considering to take priority? Rule-following? Absolutism?
It's time for another single from our album #infinity (released in this coming summer)! Here's a re-arrangement (Geoff Lawson) of @olagjeilo's 'Still'.— VOCES8 (@VOCES8) June 25, 2021
You can watch the whole video (and find links to stream the single) here: https://t.co/BG0hBhG565 pic.twitter.com/wjXUPb94h3
"This liberal absolutism makes it so hard for people to find a sense of communal good," says @SohrabAhmari, on how Solzhenitsyn predicted the rise of Ibram X. Kendi and the like— American Moment (@AmMomentOrg) May 17, 2021
FULL INTERVIEW: https://t.co/KX7pAArTiQ pic.twitter.com/5McGi5q0qx
New video with Gordon Long illuminating the market's many layers of distortion, manipulation and moral hazard: https://t.co/p4k4G4pL6f— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) June 24, 2021
It Always Ends The Same Way: Crisis, Crash, Collapse https://t.co/Qpca6CHghe— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) June 24, 2021
Kiss the Old Normal Goodbye, and Embrace the New Normal (new podcast with host Kerry Lutz) https://t.co/MVN9GiVAR2— Charles Hugh Smith (@chsm1th) June 24, 2021
Thursday, June 24, 2021
A 25-year member of the Courage International apostolate says the ministry formed him into the man he is today. https://t.co/WeCKBvgak2— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) June 25, 2021
2/ Friends love each other despite disagreements and honor each other's right to freedom of thought and speech. Never demand conformity to your own opinions as the price of friendship. Never submit to someone's demand for conformity to his or her opinions as friendship's price.— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) June 24, 2021
And so if a friend disagrees about murder being an injustice and even practices it, should one still be friends with that person?
5/ If you are an ideologue, a dogmatist, you will have trouble being friends with people with whom you disagree. If you don't have friends who disagree with you on important moral and political questions, you should ask yourself whether you've become an ideologue, a dogmatist.— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) June 24, 2021
Can one be a dogmatist about theft or murder?
8/ Fellow truth-seekers can be friends because they recognize their own fallibility and are willing to be challenged, as well as to challenge. They're eager to learn from each other. Unlike ideologues, they don't allow love of their own opinions to impede pursuit of truth.— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) June 24, 2021
A failure to distinguish between practical and speculative truth, even though in general NNLTists still emphasize the distinction between the speculative and practical intellectg. Apparently they don't understand the implications of their own theory. It is not enough to be a "truth-seeker" to have a real friend. Real friendship is based upon shared agreement on goods and the ordering of actions leading to those goods, because they know that such a unity is necessary for living together. Liberal academics don't have to live with their friends, and so they know nothing about what real friendship requires.
“I want to understand White rage. And I’m White.”— CNN (@CNN) June 24, 2021
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley offered a forceful rebuke of renewed efforts from GOP Congressmen to question the Defense Department’s diversity efforts and alleged embrace of critical race theory. https://t.co/miPV2SnRvP pic.twitter.com/8Ef0N73pzl
“Many people have been attracted by the education we offer, and we’ve grown as an institution,” says Christopher Ice, the third president of Ave Maria University. “This previous school year we had 1,100 students; this fall, we expect to have 1,200.”
Our goal is to help our students find their vocation in life. That could be a priest or religious, marriage or the single life, or it could be in a particular secular career. When our graduates leave, we want them to have a clear picture of where they want to go. They’re aided by an active spiritual life on campus, which includes three daily Masses, daily confession, perpetual Eucharistic adoration, praise and worship and rosary nights.
What do they know about vocation for the majority of Catholics other than wage slavery?
Tuesday, June 22, 2021
They're not hiding this. When Biden and his security state warn the greatest threat are "domestic extremists" and calling for a new War on Terror, they're making clear that they regard their targets as anyone with an anti-authority or anti-government agenda. Look for yourself: pic.twitter.com/7peWySzhiP— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) June 22, 2021
Had a great talk today with these two today about paleoconservatism, paleolibertarianism, the correct kind of ecumenicism, elites, and looking toward the future https://t.co/UTsJntWM8O— Pedro L. Gonzalez (@emeriticus) June 22, 2021
The U.S. Constitution’s letter gives nearly all powers of government to the states, and reserves unmentioned ones “to the people.” Surely that includes powers over bathrooms, marriages, who competes with whom in sports, etc. It certainly includes power over elections. Customarily, we have regarded counties and cities purely as legal creatures of the states, enjoying only such autonomy as the states may concede. Though a federal statute granting broad autonomy over such matters to the states’ constituted sub-units and giving enough likeminded people the power to form units that enjoy such autonomy would run against more than a century of court decisions, it finds no barrier in the Constitution’s letter. Congress and the president can do this.
"The oligarchy that annihilated or perverted the American Republic’s institutions rules not simply to secure privileged access to wealth. It is equally, if not principally preoccupied with crushing the way of life of whoever are not its members or clients..." - Angelo Codevilla— The American Mind (@theammind) June 22, 2021
Another podcast - This time with a Portuguese interviewer.— Robert W Malone, MD (@RWMaloneMD) June 22, 2021
"Dr Robert W Malone, inventor of mRNA vaccines- It's time for a open debate"https://t.co/vhCOPF4VTP
Dorothy Bain, QC, and Ruth Charteris, QC, today took the oaths of office as Lord Advocate and Solicitor General for Scotland respectively at ceremonies held in Parliament House, Edinburgh before a bench of three judges chaired by the Lord President, Lord Carloway. pic.twitter.com/FO9Zy8DBoa— Courtsandtribunals (@SCTScourtstribs) June 22, 2021
Dear readers— Apple Daily HK 蘋果日報 (@appledaily_hk) June 22, 2021
This concludes the updates from Apple Daily English. Thank you for your support.https://t.co/NunY2yLbE0
Monday, June 21, 2021
I enjoyed filling in for @roddreher on "The General Eclectic" last week.— Emile Doak (@EADoak) June 21, 2021
A great discussion on:
▪️Localism vs nationalism
▪️The limits of religious liberty
with shoutouts to @SohrabAhmari, @RyanTAnd, @PatrickDeneen, @DouthatNYT, and more⬇️ https://t.co/o19oqLKoKK
My ep with Daniel McCarthy (@ToryAnarchist ) is out.We discuss his 5 part class on Conservatism that he will teach for Renegade University.We cover all kinds of ground here: paleoconservativism,neocons,traditional,Burnham, Francis,Buchanan,Kirk and more. https://t.co/0lM0wJV4qp— Buck (@buckrebel) June 21, 2021
Most vegetables are probably good for weight loss... but what are the best ones?— Andreas Eenfeldt, MD (@DrEenfeldt) June 21, 2021
Possibly the ones that provide the most protein per calorie, like spinach, mushrooms, and many others.
Learn more in our visual guide to the best high-protein vegetables:https://t.co/WqA2xaTTjp
Sunday, June 20, 2021
If you’d like a read on Schuman’s Catholic vision for Europe, and how it relates to integralism, this is always worthwhile: https://t.co/YzUt3Q8173— Elena (@omnialnchristo) June 20, 2021