Ross Douthat, writing in the New York Times, lists Ten Theses on Immigration.
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individual and the state can maintain an appropriate relationship only so long as a flourishing civil society mediates between them
Ross Douthat in his introduction to Robert Nisbet’s book, The Quest for Community:
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In premodern society, this yearning was fulfilled by a multiplicity of human-scale associations: guilds and churches and universities, manors and villages and monasteries, and of course the primal community of family.
What would Frank Sullivan Say?
So the interwebs have been abuzz in the past 48 hours regarding New York Times columnist Ross Douthat’s op-ed on Sunday entitled “The Plot to Change Catholicism.” 956 more words
Putzy has a question in “Our Loud, Proud Left:” What is fueling the cultural activism of the later Obama years? In the comments “gemli” from Boston has part of the answer: “Where certain pundits see an excess of left-wing political correctness, others may see a reaction to Republican efforts to roll back every progressive initiative that has been enacted over the last half-century. 4,127 more words