Rod Dreher

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Posts in category “France”

Human Fallibility a Historical Constant

The bad and the ugly our ancestors wrought does not negate the good and the beautiful that they accomplished

Posted October 5th, 2015

Famous Black Radical Makes Chic Move

Ta-Nehisi Coates leaves body-crushing US for a year in Paris

Posted October 1st, 2015

Jean Raspail: ‘We Are Only At the Beginning’

Camp of the Saints author speaks on refugee crisis

Posted September 30th, 2015

Good Lessons from a Bad Book

What I learned from ‘The Camp of the Saints’

Posted September 14th, 2015

Vilsbergism In Our Time

Raspail foresaw the role elite rhetoric would play in neutralizing opposition to mass migration

Posted September 9th, 2015

The Todd Beamers of the Thalys

US soldiers run towards danger, save lives

Posted August 22nd, 2015

Bastille Day

Mixed emotions on the French national holiday

Posted July 14th, 2015

Deep France

Traveling in a land and among a people steeped in grace and tradition

Posted July 7th, 2015

Daddy’s Home

And he brought macarons from Ladurée

Posted July 7th, 2015

Lyon, Siena, Isfahan

Your Hungry Working Boy is going abroad to eat

Posted June 16th, 2015

The New Life of Véronique

Leaving a dissolute life, the sister of France’s best-known public intellectual, a secular Jew, converts to Catholicism

Posted March 21st, 2015

America’s Rutting Robespierres

‘We Meant Well’ is not a moral disinfectant

Posted March 19th, 2015

‘Freedom is Submission

What Michel Houellebecq sees that many others do not

Posted March 16th, 2015

To Lyon, With An Appetite

Hungry for culinary adventure in the gastronomie capital of France

Posted March 1st, 2015

Defining Islam At World’s End

What Westerners don’t get about the power of messianic religion

Posted February 24th, 2015

France on the Fourth of July

Readers, where should I go in France the first weekend in July?

Posted February 21st, 2015

A Jew in Paris

A revealing walk around the city with a kippah on your head

Posted February 16th, 2015