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Being Present on the Porch

I was not on board the FPR train early enough to be considered one of its engineers. I met Mark Mitchell at...

And Then Begin Again With What Remains: A 10-Year FPR...

On the tenth anniversary of FPR we must admit a little sadly that we’re still relevant.

Front Porch Republic at 10

Hidden Springs Lane, VA In the spring of 2009, when the economic crisis of the previous year was continuing...

The Original Front Porch

This month marks the 10th anniversary of the Front Porch Republic. To honor the occasion, we'll be running a few essays by...

Updating the Porch

The noise you are hearing is the furniture moving on the porch. You may have already noticed the redesigned site. Jeff Bilbro has taken...

Reviving the Conversation on the Porch

I’m honored and excited to be joining the Front Porch Republic in a more official capacity and taking over the editorial duties for this...

FPR at TAC

Gracy Olmstead attended the FPR conference in Louisville and gives this fine description of the conference and the localist ideals animating FPR. Excerpt: One elderly gentleman...

Irish Spring (’14 Issue)

From Notre Dame Magazine, the always excellent Jay Walljasper on the promise of the Front Porch.

The Limits of Place

Hidden Springs, VA. Recently Ross Douthat commented on Rod Dreher’s new book in a column devoted to the rising incidence of suicide and the...

Democracy and Coercion

Like other readers here at FPR, and across the web, I have been following the Great Salyer/Carter Debate of 2012 with much interest. I...