I’m very happy to announce–through the very good and gracious efforts of Joseph Pearce and Winston Elliott–this Stormfields blog will be heading to print immediately. As of the January/February 2020 issue of the St. Austin Review, Stormfields will… Read More
This morning at The Imaginative Conservative: Imagination and Conservatism. Or, why the ONLY legitimate conservatism is an imaginative conservatism. http://www.theimaginativeconservative.org/2018/08/imagination-conservatism-bradley-birzer.html
Yes, how cool is this? My beautiful and brainy wife hanging out with the Uber-awesome Tom Woods. Very, very cool, indeed. Topic: Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Librarians without Chests: Dedra McDonald Birzer on Laura Ingalls Wilder and Her Small-Minded Opponents
So, my first wife–now of 19 years and 364 days–is brilliant. Here’s her response to the idiocy of the bibliobureaucrats who are trying to ruin Laura Ingalls Wilder’s reputation. Librarians without Chests! The ALSC’s renaming of the… Read More
While not well titled (typically, Dawsonian), the “Editorial Note” served as a vital call to arms for the Catholic Literary Movement of the 20th century. Much like Russell Kirk’s “Apology for a New Review,” Dawson’s few paragraphs beautifully… Read More
Mark Pulliam, writer and thinker extraordinaire, has a new blog. Make sure to visit and register. https://misruleoflaw.com/2018/02/05/paging-professor-kingsfield/
This evening, at The American Conservative–founding a REPUBLIC not a democracy. Even the most pro-interventionist of the American founders, Alexander Hamilton, could never have imagined or desired the kind of federal government we have now. When he wrote… Read More