Restoring the Shire: A Review of The Wonders of Creation
How else does their work inspire you to think differently about your own relationship to your own places? Take action in your own property, if you have it, and in your local community.
“Conservatism” and the New EPA
Nature doesn’t give a damn what it sounds like.
On Being a Worthy Heir of the Agrarian Contrarians
But, as Shakespeare wrote, we sometimes “by indirections find directions out.”
Homage to our Jailer
We lived now in a wrecked forest, but this is only the beginning.
The Sustainability Stampede
The diversity club ran its course, and has been replaced with "second-wave environmentalism," a.k.a. our culprit, sustainability.
Your Huddled Masses, Yearning To Make Par
I people really want to see the current state of the union, they need to take a look at my favorite part of Liberty State Park, which is the fact that it recently has been bisected – rent in two – by the Liberty National Golf Course.
Meditation on the Cold
Lovers of snow and cold are qualitatively different from the lovers of sun and surf; they are different moral beings altogether.
Kearneysville, WV. The race for New York’s 23rd Congressional District’s open seat has garnered national attention. The Democratic candidate, Bill Owens, is currently running...
It’s Really Come To This.
Claremont, CA. This is just too good. Driving near Universal City last weekend, I saw a sign for what is possibly the most mind-blowing business...
Brave New World Reconsidered: A Tale of Two Gnosticisms
Many who are alarmed at the prospect of the “abolition of man” have found in Huxley’s Brave New World a dark and salutary warning...
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