Daily Archive: March 8, 2010

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Lost blogging – ‘Sundown’

I’m a little late to my Lost blogging again – mainly because I didn’t end up watching ‘Sundown’ until this past Friday.  I thought it was a good episode.  Very dark.  The show is...

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I never get tired of these.

The conservative-attack-on-Ayn-Rand essay isn’t anything new, and I don’t know if anyone will ever top Whittaker Chambers’s classic review of Atlas Shrugged, but The New Criterion’s Anthony Daniels has made another entry in the...

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Mystical America

All sorts of interesting this morning from Ross Douthat, regarding America and the mystical experience. He writes: Conservative believers fixate on the culture wars, religious liberals preach social justice, and neither leaves room for...

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Jeopardy recruits heavily from our blogroll

First James Poulos of Postmodern Conservative, now frequent commenter Kyle Matthews of Vogue Republic. We expect (nay, demand!) an incredibly dorky blog shout-out when Trebek interrogates you after the first commercial break, Kyle.

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Markets and morally satisfying outcomes.

I need to vent a little bit about the way the discussions under Jason’s post on markets and E.D.’s response have tended to move into debates about the merits of communism and capitalism, as...

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Compare and Contrast

From TNR’s excellent review of The Killer Trail, a history of  one murderous French expedition into the heart of 19th century Africa (emphasis mine): The Europeans, Taithe notes, never recognized African kingdoms as states,...

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