I haven't had much time to write for the last couple of months, but when I've come across articles I thought might make a good post, I've kept the tab open. So, now I have about 50 million tabs to open when I start my browser -- time to clear them out.
Oh, look! I can see you don't have enough links! Here, let me help ...
The Claremont Review of Books has a round-up of their articles on the election, which includes Angelo M. Codevilla's excellent "After the Republic," which we discussed here, as well as Publius Decius Mus's "The Flight 93 Election" and a bunch of other good stuff I've been working through.
Christopher Caldwell in the article Les Deplorables explores the rising use of censorship against the right in France. Coming soon to a former republic near you! (And he includes the lovely phrase panier de pitoyables.)
Here's a 2004 article you've probably seen explaining how FDR's policies prolonged the Depression by 7 years.
Arthur Chrenkoff is back!
R. R. Reno at First Things argues that "Globalization has a unifying dimension,
which we rightly applaud. At the same time, though, globalization is
associated with economic and cultural changes that are dissolving
inherited forms of solidarity—the nation foremost, but local
communities, as well, and even the family. This dissolution encourages
an atomistic individualism, which in turn makes all of us more
vulnerable to domination and control."
George Will argues that Congress should impeach the IRS commissioner.
Until Phyllis Schlafly passed away, I hadn't heard of her Eagle Forum.
The Myth of the Southern Strategy (from 2006).
Neo-neocon's "The Essential Trump," a collection of her writing on the man.
Dr.'s Mayer and McHugh's recent report on gender and sexuality: "Examining research from the biological, psychological, and social
sciences, this report shows that some of the most frequently heard
claims about sexuality and gender are not supported by scientific
evidence. The report has a special focus on the higher rates of mental
health problems among LGBT populations, and it questions the scientific
basis of trends in the treatment of children who do not identify with
their biological sex. More effort is called for to provide these people
with the understanding, care, and support they need to lead healthy,
Prof. Paul Gottfried at the Imaginative Conservative gives CINOs a good old-fashioned "How dare you, sirs!"
The End of the Liberal Tradition? A New Paper Suggests Young Americans Are Giving Up on Democracy
Today's Tech Oligarchs Are Worse Than Robber Barons (they're more like Skynet ...)
Whew! Well, that's a start.
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