Applies to Many Issues . . .
And more here.
Found at the Bottom of the Memory Hole
A Song I Really Like for Some Reason
Thanks for Your Patience
HT: Samuel Cherubin
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A Review of Rod Dreher’s Crunchy Cons
In Crunchy Cons, conservative author Rod Dreher has opened a conversation that is well worth having. Dreher’s call for conservatives to get back to their cultural roots—a private virtue that is the foundation of public virtue—rather than focusing on mere fiscal or broad policy concerns, is a good one. But what, asks Douglas Wilson, would be the outcome of such a return? What would the im…