Saturday, July 17, 2021
By restoring soils and grasslands, farmers in the Texas Panhandle are conserving the last water beneath their feet. https://t.co/QcY0mEffzp (From 2019)— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) July 16, 2021
Kansas rancher Brandi Buzzard is beyond fed up with billionaires spouting misinformation about meat and the environment while also flying on private planes to private islands, oh and also going to space for the fun of it.https://t.co/4Nd4SfImhu pic.twitter.com/9We0Akqf07— Farm Journal (@FarmJournal) July 16, 2021
“Not only can meat production be sustainable, but it can actually serve to regenerate the soil." ⬇️https://t.co/diC2MhBW9M— Regeneration International (@regeneration_in) July 17, 2021
“I think what the fire reinforced for me is that regenerative agriculture, managing the soil, using animals as grazers to build healthy soil is absolutely the direction to go in.” https://t.co/BZ51eqpMdT— Savory Institute 🌱🐂🌍 (@SavoryInstitute) July 17, 2021
The Healthy Vegetable Gardner by expert grower @Sally_Morgan will give you the A-Z on how to maintain a garden with enriched #soil & biodiversity! Healthy soil leads to healthy produce and after all a healthier you! @SoilAssociation— Chelsea Green Publishing (@chelseagreen) July 17, 2021
Pre-order now: https://t.co/NXEgO48try pic.twitter.com/j8hdzqWKtu
The first woman was among 17 graduates from the Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen training, or SWCC.— Task & Purpose (@TaskandPurpose) July 16, 2021
Read more about what SWCC do ⏬ https://t.co/gEIsfafUkm
Friday, July 16, 2021
A lot of Catholics have been paying attention to the American Solidarity Party in recent elections.— The Pillar (@PillarCatholic) July 16, 2021
But can it actually succeed? And what does "success" mean for a third party, anyway. We talked to the ASP, and some political scientists, to find out.https://t.co/1kOYe9qcs7
"Neither capitalism nor socialism can save you when all hell breaks loose. People—your family, friends, neighbors and sometimes, total strangers—can."— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) July 15, 2021
Read about the civic synergy program on our website:https://t.co/UD5rUmtQYk
Do all religions participate equally in the Logos? Are they equally "spiritual" or "satisfying"? Why do ROman Catholics need to participate in events like this?
The Original Feminist Plan for Women’s Equality: Marriage, Family, and Sexual Integrity https://t.co/OUbfpDKmYK— Public Discourse (@PublicDiscourse) July 15, 2021
‘I pray that the faithful will not give way to the discouragement which such harshness necessarily engenders but will, with the help of divine grace, persevere in their love of the Church and of her pastors,’ Cardinal Raymond Burke told @EdwardPentinhttps://t.co/PbASLfvtUu— National Catholic Register (@NCRegister) July 16, 2021
The discovery of the Traditional Latin Mass, which had only recently been reauthorized by Pope Benedict, was among the key factors in my reversion from atheism to the Faith, as it was for countless young Catholics. A devastating decision: https://t.co/ioPnaO7lgY— Michael Knowles (@michaeljknowles) July 16, 2021
Thursday, July 15, 2021
Position, Aiming, Breath Control, Trigger Squeeze 💥— U.S. Army (@USArmy) July 15, 2021
During @FortBenning's Sniper Course, Soldiers spend seven weeks undergoing rigorous training to become one of the most feared weapons on the battlefield. #TrainedAndReady | #Readiness pic.twitter.com/xQ8RB4eVC7
This month I recommend reading the new Field Manual 7-0. Warfighting is our business and leaders must invest time and resources to build cohesive teams which are highly trained, disciplined and fit, and ready to compete, fight and win.#21stCenturyCSAReadingList pic.twitter.com/PpqrthkhLD— GEN James C. McConville (@ArmyChiefStaff) July 15, 2021
Meet @USArmy SGT Sarah Schneider Chance, a nutrition care specialist at @LRMC_Landstuhl and former #MMA fighter.— U.S. Army Europe and Africa (@USArmyEURAF) July 15, 2021
🇺🇸 💪 👊
Read her #SoldierStory ➡️ https://t.co/89C9LiL0BR#StrongerTogether @ArmyMedEurope pic.twitter.com/QGkspQOTkR
For the first time, a woman has qualified as a Navy special operator https://t.co/FrYTqYSFk5— Military and Defense Insider (@MilDefInsider) July 15, 2021
In this clip from this week's episode of Counterflow with @buckrebel, @CharlesMayne2 explains the Tricotemy.— Justin Campbell (@jcamp1521) July 15, 2021
I try not to interject my own thoughts in these posts, but the graphic that goes with this made things make so much sense for me personally!https://t.co/UGDTDe8fBc
I had an amazing time bringing to life the love story behind my latest song, "In Dreams." My good friend @realBillyKeane, along with the production crew and Sacred Dog Farm animals, made this video so fun, even in the Tennessee heat— Sierra Ferrell (@SierraFerrell) July 15, 2021
FULL VIDEO: https://t.co/AfWubiPQiZ pic.twitter.com/Pt1V2DOL6b
“Anton concedes that civic nationalism is not a replacement for the bonds of kinship, shared history, common language and faith, but a buttress to strengthen those loyalties and sources of identity.” https://t.co/GNU8vCooeo— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) July 15, 2021
"Check out this week’s Episode of the Growing Gorillas podcast. Our guests are Robb Wolf and Nicki Violetti. They recently moved from Texas to Montana and train with us at SBG Montana. We are fortunate to have them in our Tribe."https://t.co/xpj8iLmGgq— Robb Wolf (@robbwolf) July 15, 2021
Could small-scale manufacturing become the beating heart of your city? @ilanapreuss author, urban planner, and founder of Recast City, joins Rachel Quednau on The Bottom-Up Revolution podcast to convince you of why the answer should be *yes.* https://t.co/brfKgQMi3W— Strong Towns (@StrongTowns) July 15, 2021
In addition to building economic security, small-scale cooperative farms in North Carolina are strengthening community and a sense of home-grown pride. @thisfeedsme @SoutherlyMag @EnlaceLatinoNC https://t.co/z60kI6QHuC— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) July 15, 2021
A famous Russian actor and musician Piotr Mamonov (wonderful spiritual film "The Island") died today. He has been at the ICU for the last 2 weeks with COVID-19. Thanks to God, even there he was able to take Holy Communion 2 days before his death.— St Elisabeth Convent. Orthodox Life And Chants (@StElisabethConv) July 15, 2021
May his memory be eternal! pic.twitter.com/qGJS2U1C7X
Petr Mamonov, star of the Island (Ostrov) has reposed in the Lord. May his memory be eternal! pic.twitter.com/OTUx8khCHk— Orthodox Christianity (@Orthodoxy2019) July 15, 2021
... the entire narrative of the “Anti-Russia project” sounds uncomfortably like Adolf Hitler’s March 15, 1938 speech in Vienna, announcing the Anschluß of Austria https://t.co/PmtAEfjAgq— Anatolii Babynskyi (@MrAnatolius) July 15, 2021
Who refuses to let the eastern provinces go? Who has active neo-nazis working in their midst?
The O.F.M. are actually the youngest of the Franciscan family, organised by Leo XIII only in 1897 from four major groups of the historical "observant" Franciscans. OFM Cap. date to 1574; OFM Conv. to the original "conventual" Franciscans. https://t.co/UtJJBoX6c7— Fr Alexander Laschuk (@byzkanonist) July 13, 2021
Some thoughts @firstthingsmag on the building that's prohibiting doormen from pressing the elevator button for Orthodox Jews on Shabbat. Crazy that resident had to sue in federal court. Grateful to @WeilGotshal for taking the case & fighting the good fight https://t.co/HyXurQ50d2— Michael Avi Helfand (@MAHelfand) July 15, 2021
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
#NaturenomicsDialogues2 | 'There is absolutely no doubt that the industrialized, urbanized parts of the world started developing a longing to coming back home in the natural, real world': Helena Norberg-Hodge - Founder & Director, Local Futures & IAL on #NewsX @naturenomics pic.twitter.com/wvxmaEEwi7— NewsX (@NewsX) July 9, 2021
Olivia Rodrigo is at the White House today to meet with President Biden and Dr. Fauci and discuss the importance of young Americans getting vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/s95KtOkrsF— The White House (@WhiteHouse) July 14, 2021
Rachel Lyter, #MountGrad2021, helped to establish Traditional Latin Mass on campus twice a week through her involvement in the Extraordinary Form Council. She also enjoyed mentoring first-year students as a resident assistant in Brute Hall. Congrats to Rachel! #MountGradMonday pic.twitter.com/GhXSYD1wcJ— Mount St. Mary's U (@MSMU) July 12, 2021
Nice paper describing mechanism whereby fasting decreases inflammation without compromising the body's ability to mobilize inflammatory cells when needed during infection or tissue repair.https://t.co/frVezkhhwW pic.twitter.com/x48wLzDKch— Michael Eades, M.D. (@DrEades) July 14, 2021
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
New #podcast! Why we need #muscle with Stuart Phillips PhD @mackinprof— Bret Scher, MD (@bschermd) July 13, 2021
Great advice for people of any age on why we need muscle and how to get it. Dr. Phillips knows the science and knows the practical tips to help you succeed!https://t.co/C1Mw1VrdgV
I don’t believe in the nation state. I think it’s too liberal and Whig. Individualism writ large. ‘Imperium’ integrating different cultures round a more universal one is inherently more communitarian. Britain has been such an imperium for hundreds of years.— john milbank (@johnmilbank3) July 13, 2021
Two legends talking about no dig gardening. Neither of them do soil tests and take the philosophy that all of the nutrients are already in the ground, they just need to be unlocked by encouraging soil microbiologyhttps://t.co/qBVsSPyi46— Jason Snyder (@cognazor) July 13, 2021
After our concert in Oxford last night, we returned to the car park to find it had a rather nice acoustic. So we sang this piece by Loyset Compère, a regretz chanson from our Summer Tour programme: https://t.co/32M8fxP3uE#G6summertour #carparkpolyphony— The Gesualdo Six (@TheGesualdoSix) July 13, 2021
Stefano, I'm in US, farmers in our north are making it work. Institutions here have lagged in looking at soil functioning. The best US farmers at scale group is https://t.co/zlc7mUVaiz They are now connecting with farmers in other countries. They also have been collecting data— Ed Bourgeois (@EBourgeois) July 13, 2021
If you have to exercise to keep your weight under control, then your diet is wrong. While exercise is important for good health, it is not an answer to losing weight. I filmed this with Dr Aseem Malhotra some time ago.. https://t.co/Ha0ujEeijt pic.twitter.com/NFGm2VHgM1— Steve Bennett (@_HealthResults) July 13, 2021
Must watch: German lawyer Dr Fuellmich who has called for Nuremberg type trials of the Covid crisis,interviews investigative reporter Whitney Webb on the investments of tech companies like Google in Vaccines. WellcomTrust is also invested in Oxford vaccinehttps://t.co/UX3sGXstbx— Prashant Bhushan (@pbhushan1) July 7, 2021
Monday, July 12, 2021
We had some interesting conversation at our #WorldLocalizationDay event a couple of weeks ago. Here's @MandaBrookman sharing some wisdom on the hard work of making change. https://t.co/Cuz1IttviX@localfutures_ @DevonConvergenc @localsparktrbay— REconomy Centre (@REconomyCentre) July 9, 2021
"What can 'regenerative agriculture' really be if issues related to land access, economic equity, and racial parity fall outside it?"— Corby Kummer (@CKummer) July 11, 2021
Long--really long--and essential piece by @joefassler on the missing link between environmental and racial justice:https://t.co/3TgZxvYfDt
Artisan Shawn Webster, a quill master, uses pinpoint attention to detail and remarkable skill to place him at the top of this Native American art form.— Ballistic Magazine (@BallisticMag) July 12, 2021
READ MORE: https://t.co/kusO5NfNn6 pic.twitter.com/DBM7xK5uwN
Are you making your first trip to the range?— Smith & Wesson Inc. (@Smith_WessonInc) July 11, 2021
A range is a safe environment to practice with your firearm! In this #GUNSMARTS video, Ken Scott will explain what to do when you take your first trip to a range.
Watch here: https://t.co/FG8s2gdXib
Review finds no convincing scientific evidence red meat harmful to human healthhttps://t.co/RJDWbPZpDS— P. D. Mangan Health & Fitness Maximalist 🇺🇸 (@Mangan150) July 12, 2021
What’s Your Cardiovascular Disease Risk?🤔🤷— Precision Health Reports 📉❤️ (@PreciseHlthRpt) July 2, 2021
You can't miss @robbwolf's most recent podcast episode with our own Dr. Bill Cromwell, @Lipoprotein, recorded to help you answer this question.
Feel free to slide into our DMs with your questions.
The Motherwell studies https://t.co/H3XoJ9NyQt high meat, low carb diet during pregnancy— Bill Lagakos (@CaloriesProper) July 11, 2021
#Crunches are often seen as a better targeted and safer #abdominal #exercise than sit-ups—but there is still a downside. Find out why this otherwise common and popular exercise doesn’t stack up against the principles of healthy #posture. Read more @ https://t.co/aj5wORkCWd pic.twitter.com/dYrzBeMDtn— Gokhale Method (@GokhaleMethod) July 11, 2021
Hong Kong Migrants Seek Fresh Start in U.K. After Crackdown https://t.co/Xc4NXfsVjn— Benedict Rogers 羅傑斯 (@benedictrogers) July 12, 2021
China's Guangdong province said it plans to build a common data platform for the Greater Bay Area that includes Hong Kong and Macau, and will build a data trading market in Shenzhen - part of efforts to regulate data more thoroughly https://t.co/TXAWA8IKiA pic.twitter.com/wTBnx5jSE8— Reuters (@Reuters) July 12, 2021
Amazing overview of the plans for our food systems. I don’t walk in fear of what’s to come, but I certainly want to know what those in power are selling as “what’s best for us common folk”. Food chain removed from farmers/ranchers. Independence further reduced. https://t.co/7NayrIIAQy— Katie Pease (@kapease) July 11, 2021
The cows don’t have to produce milk. The pigs sleep late. No animal on this former dairy farm serves a human need. Their only purpose is to live peacefully — and provoke questions about how we eat. https://t.co/huNjtgpV5w @nytimes— Civil Eats (@CivilEats) July 13, 2021
Sunday, July 11, 2021
Instead of GDP we should use IPH...— The Human Exploring Society (@HumanExploring) July 10, 2021
What does it mean?
Find it out in our latest article, written by Fiorella Carollo, anthropologist, who investigated the life and work of @HelenaNHodge, a pioneer of localization rediscovery and founder of @localfutures_ https://t.co/iDX4xyOPeu
Hopefully HNH has not gotten her ticket punched, and will never do so.
This story has been updated:— Task & Purpose (@TaskandPurpose) July 9, 2021
The Marines are getting their first new(ish) recoilless rifle in more than 3 decades https://t.co/TUKHITixYD
From #Soldier cap to crown!— U.S. Army (@USArmy) July 7, 2021
Congratulations Spc. Maura Spence from @4thInfDiv's @RaiderBrigade for becoming #MissColorado2021!
We're rooting for you and look forward to seeing you represent as the next #MissAmerica!
Steadfast and Loyal!
📸 ➡️ Spc. Matthew Marsilia pic.twitter.com/CnNgVW99Vw
@USArmy member crowned Miss Idaho. She is one three women Veterans headed to @MissAmerica. Congratulations Ayriss Torres. https://t.co/UlGEoOaqYj— Center for Women Veterans (@VAWomenVets) July 8, 2021
Disclaimer: The sharing of any non-VA information does not constitute an endorsement of products or services on behalf of VA.
FBI has been studying the DDR playbook. https://t.co/X7c87U4pwX— Patrick Deneen (@PatrickDeneen) July 11, 2021
Of course Dreher has to hype his book, even though this is a step towards actual hard totalitarianism, not just "soft" totalitarianism.
Third call is up!— Noor Bin Ladin (@NoorBinLadin) July 11, 2021
Honored to have spoken with steadfast America First congressional candidate and all around great American, @joekent16jan19
A most insightful convo on his motivations to run and his perspective on what is happening in America today.https://t.co/gwRieD3wFZ
"Relativism is a position you employ when you’re weak, to be abandoned when you win."— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) July 10, 2021
Beliefs that were passionately defended by appeals to relativism are now treated as absolute and unquestionable (indeed undoubtable) truths. This justifies social--even legal--enforcement.