Ralph Nader Understands Conservatism Better Than Most “Conservatives”

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It’s come to this. A rich strain of conservative thought, and the powerful currents of Distributism coursing through it, is explored intelligently by a man most so-called conservatives (aka, Republicans) would dismiss as a commie wignut. Ralph Nader talks about the middle way between big government and big business, using one of the more important texts to emerge [Read More...]

Was There Work Before The Fall of Man?

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In Rerum Novarum, Pope Leo XIII makes the following observation about work: As regards bodily labor, even had man never fallen from the state of innocence, he would not have remained wholly idle; but that which would then have been his free choice and his delight became afterwards compulsory, and the painful expiation for his [Read More...]

The Radical Traditionalism of … Prince Charles?

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I honestly didn’t not see this one coming. Stratford Caldicott writes about the well-nigh Distributist sensibilities of Prince Charles, a man I always filed under, “Daffy Monarchy: see also, Environmental Extremist, Sordid Love Affairs.” Shows you what I know. Let’s start with a good pull quote from Bonnie Prince Charlie, who says he is motivated [Read More...]


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