Weekend Reading #8

Kurt Hofer at The American Conservative reflects on his attendance at the Restoring the Nation conference and on the fortunes of the New Right.

Over at UnHerd, Thomas Fazi considers whether Germany and thereby Europe itself is also a target of the economic warfare that has broken out since the Russo-Ukrainian War began.

Niccolo Soldo, at Fisted by Foucault, interviews the always entertaining Pedro Gonzalez on NeverTrumpers, GAE, bowtie conservatism, among other things.

Lafayette Lee on the meaning of patriotism once you’ve been red-pilled at IM-1776.

Patrick Smith in Ius & Iustitium addresses the continued failure of SCOTUS to hear arguments relating to whether the unborn are entitled to Fourtheenth Amendment protection.

60 Years since Vatican II, Michael Brendan Doughtery in National Review surveys the battlefield.

Rupa Subramanya at Common Sense looks at the unraveling barbarity that ensues, here, in Canada, once you institutionalize voluntary assisted suicide.

Lastly, Harry Mount in The Spectator looks at efforts to save the pub in which the Inkling group of writers, incl. Tolkien and Lewis, would meet, discuss, and tell each other yarns.

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  1. Belgium may be a “rubbish country” but their constitution protects the rights of citizens more effectively than ours. A constitution…

  2. Helsinki court videoclip re MRNA and heart attacks Dr. John Campbell – Around 30 minutes and mostly Audio – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvGCtM25fN0…

  3. Is anyone surprised to find out that wikipedia is being manipulated and NPR is hopelessly biased? https://www.city-journal.org/article/wikipedia-co-founder-shocked-by-npr-chief-katherine-maher

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