Father Knows Best: Early July Edition

03 Jul

Belleville, Ontario.

Belleville, Ontario.

Throne, Altar, Liberty: No Need to Apologize, Gary, You Got it Right the First Time!; The Roots of the Old Dominion

The Gods of the Copybook Headings: Right Track; Dominion Day – 2014; Dominion Night – 2014

Free Northerner: Zippy on NRx

Dark Brightness: The gospel is intolerant; You will piss them off. Be smart about it.

Unmasking Feminism: Memoirs and the Appearance of the “crisply white as parchment” Woman; Feminism and Traditionalism are Good at Deflecting Female Nature

The Elusive Wapiti: Islam’s Reformation Is Already Underway; Now Anachronistic: Blazing Saddles

Adventures In Keeping House: On Integrity

With Love Adorned: Interfaith Dialogue

Oz Conservative: Why were they taken seriously?; Well, that didn’t take long; Four good ones

Old Life Theological Society: Seven Good Reasons to Stop Breaking the Sabbath Right Now; Of Secular Novels, Governments, and Drinks; Legalism, Ecclesiastical and Political

Cranach: What happened to all of the cults?; Churches that don’t baptize

Carl R. Trueman: Human, All Too Human?

Triablogue: The dystopian utopia

Wintery Knight: How involved fathers improve the mental health of their daughters

W.F. Price: Mark Driscoll’s Un-Brotherly Behavior Catches up to Mars Hill

UncleBob’s Treehouse: Game Theory, Scapegoating and Narcissism; The Goddess of Murder and Revenge

Robert Tracinski: “Global Warming, the Movie” Starring: Freezing

Dan McLaughlin: Enduring Lessons From The Diplomatic Crisis of July 1914

Brighton, Ontario.

Brighton, Ontario.

Daniel Payne: The New Sins Of ‘Nonjudgmental’ Millennials

Jim Goad: Feminism As a Mating Strategy Among Beta Males

Theodore Dalrymple: A Miasma of Untruth

Guy Somerset: The Political Classless

Julian Sanchez: The Republic of Gilead Is Not Nigh

Wesley Morganston: Maya Peterson and the Great American Outrage Machine

Social Extinction: Uncritical thinking, an American plague

Tom Piatak: The Beginning of the End

Thomas Fleming: The Wasted Century

Ted Carpenter: Intransigent Diplomacy

Srdja Trifkovic: A Big Deal

Pat Buchanan: Tell the Imperial President: No More Wars!

Aaron D. Wolf: Soccer Wars: 2014 Edition

Matt Forney: A Better Way to Shave Your Head; The Man Who Saw His Own Liver by Bradley Smith

Paleo Retiree: Changing Mores and Expectations: Bras in Public

Blowhard, Esq.: Art Du Jour

Masculine Style: Rugged, Refined, and Rakish Independence

Tau Zero: Montana Open Range; Seagull Snack

Shameless Self-Promotion: Venusian Acid-Cooked Turkeys; Coffee shop without employees; Exploding milkcans with calcium carbide and water now recognized as an official Dutch tradition; A photo-journal of a recent trip to Spain; Applied Ebonics; Ramones – California Sun

Gosport; Brighton, Ontario.

Gosport; Brighton, Ontario.


Posted by on July 3, 2014 in Linklove


16 responses to “Father Knows Best: Early July Edition

  1. Sanne

    July 3, 2014 at 9:23 am

    What a beautiful picture, Will! Thanks for the link…

  2. Will S.

    July 3, 2014 at 9:35 am

    You’re welcome, Sanne. And thanks! 🙂

  3. Gerry T. Neal

    July 3, 2014 at 11:27 am

    Thank you for the links Will. 🙂

  4. Elusive Wapiti

    July 3, 2014 at 11:29 am

    Good stuff, great pix, and many thanks for the linkage!

  5. Will S.

    July 3, 2014 at 11:41 am

    @ Gerry: You’re welcome, Gerry! Cheers!

    @ EW: You’re welcome, and thanks!

  6. Patrick Button

    July 3, 2014 at 6:49 pm

    I was wondering what you thought about Zippy’s criticisms of NRx. I think that Zippy is perhaps too aggressive at times (is there anyone he doesn’t think is a positivist?) but he also makes some good points about the weaknesses of the neo-reactionaries.

  7. Will S.

    July 3, 2014 at 8:55 pm

    I think Zippy is right to criticize their absurd terminology like ‘non-theistic Christian’ – that’s an oxymoron. (So, I would add, is ‘ultra-Puritan’ or ‘ultra-Calvinist’, applied to people who have just as much left behind Puritanism and Calvinism, the Reformed Christian faith, as these ‘non-theistic Christians’ (usually the same people being referred to, actually – progressives are progressives) have equally left behind Christianity itself as a whole.)

    A vegetarian is not a ‘non-flesh-eating omnivore’; that’s absurd, it’s an oxymoronic definition – by definition, if you don’t eat meat, you’re not an omnivore. Likewise, a vegetarian who starts eating meat is not a ‘non-exclusively-herbivorous vegetarian’; he is by definition no longer a vegetarian.

    The neo-rxnaries abuse language thus. It’s asinine. It’s erroneous. It’s absurd.

    Now, Mark Shea was an idiot, and insofar as Zippy joins him in his supposed arguments against neo-rxn, he’s idiotic too. Shea was rightly punk’d, and exposed as the twit he is, and anyone who stands with him is just as foolish.

    I could say more, but I’ll leave it at that. I’m a reactionary, but not a neo-reactionary, for the aforementioned reasons and more…

  8. pukeko60

    July 4, 2014 at 2:42 am

    thanks, and Driscoll an idiot is

  9. Will S.

    July 4, 2014 at 9:37 am

    You’re welcome, Chris.


  10. infowarrior1

    July 9, 2014 at 10:31 am

    Time for some Christian heavy metal yeah:

  11. Will S.

    July 9, 2014 at 11:24 am

    Ah, ’80s Christian metal – like Stryper! 🙂

  12. infowarrior1

    July 9, 2014 at 8:34 pm

    @Will S

    Now that is what you call worship.

  13. Will S.

    July 9, 2014 at 8:46 pm

    I don’t know about that; I think it’s best enjoyed as entertainment.

    Hymns and psalms for worship; other Christian music for elsewhere / elsewhen…

  14. infowarrior1

    July 9, 2014 at 9:22 pm

    @Will S.

    Compared with saccherine modern hymns it is worship. I cant even find christian worship that does not cause me to puke from its sheer effeminacy.

  15. Will S.

    July 9, 2014 at 9:37 pm

    I mean worship with REAL hymns; not evanjellyfish churchian ‘praise songs’, a la ‘Jesus is my boyfriend’…

    The old hymns; not modern ones, unless in old-school style (there are some out there; I’ve heard and sung some in Reformed churches).

    If your experience of churches is limited to ones that have ‘contemporary Christian music’ BS, you need to get out more, and explore the world of churches that keep it old-school.


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