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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Whiffs of implicit politics, nothing explicit. Liberal Culture? “Diverse points of view” in spades. Shocking, irresponsible virgin marriages! Thank SCOTUS, Welfare Queens have the “right to choose.” Every religion loves it’s converts. Julia Child as you’ve never seen her!

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How to end abortion on demand

Clark Carlton is a politically disaffected Orthodox paleoconservative philosophy prof. He’s slipped onto my “back burner” for a while, but he lately has been making enough sense on public affairs that I was looking forward to his long-promised controversial thoughts on … Continue reading

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Red family, blue family: a prequel

I discovered that the “red family, blue family” meme (which I’ve blogged on here and here) is not brand new. Indeed, it was anticipated, in those exact terms, in February 2005 by Doug Mulder, who wrote quite a thought-provoking article … Continue reading

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Globalization + the Pill = Culture Wars

A very interesting post at FPR clued me in to a Jonathan Rauch article in National Journal, which in turn discusses a new book that essentially publishes a Grand Unification Theory of the origins of “Red” and “Blue” America. I … Continue reading

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