A good thread is hard to find
Jeremy Beer heaps praise on to the latest issue of The American Conservative (and not just because he’s in it) writing:
I just received my copy of The American Conservative’s most recent issue. It’s a very porchy issue indeed. Includes my interview with Greg Wolfe, editor of IMAGE; an essay by Phillip Blond on Red Toryism, adapted from the speech he gave at Georgetown under the auspices of the Tocqueville Forum; Bill Kauffman on To Kill a Mockingbird; and much more. Really, please support the only magazine devoted to thoughtful, non-ideological conservatism by subscribing. And if you find a magazine devoted to thoughtful progressivism, subscribe to that, too (and let me know what it is). (emphasis added, EDK)
I’m interested also. What is the liberal counter-part to The American Conservative? Or is the ideological composition of the left simply too different than the right to compare the two?
Along these lines, what are people reading these days – on the left, right, and otherwise? Other than our humble blog, of course – when you can tear yourself away from it that is….
And if there’s anything else you’d like to talk about, consider this an open thread.