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Posts in category “A Sense of Place”

Midwestern Floods: What Are You Seeing?

A call to readers in Nebraska and Iowa

Posted March 20th, 2019

Bed-Stuy Vs. Felicia The Degenerate

Brooklyn hero drives woke perv out of family neighborhood

Posted March 16th, 2019

Our Teachers, The Russian Novelists

They help us identify the evils of ideology — and resist

Posted March 14th, 2019

Fred Thomas & His Biscuit Make America Great

Do French people sing about croissants in cars? Hell to the no!

Posted February 23rd, 2019

What Does It Mean To Love America?

Reflections on patriotism in a time of alienation and decline

Posted February 14th, 2019

Walker Percy Weekend 2019

David Brooks, J.D. Vance, Walter Isaacson, and more. Tickets available now

Posted February 13th, 2019

Steve McClellan Hates Potholes

‘Holes in the road!’ is 2019’s ‘The rent is too damn high!’

Posted February 2nd, 2019

St. Vicente & The Benedict Option

Why the physical manifestations of the faith in Europe gives European Christians an advantage

Posted January 19th, 2019

Spain Diary Notes

Church, politics, culture from my day in Andalucia

Posted January 15th, 2019

Sevilla In One Day

A brief Ben Op stop in the capital of Andalucia

Posted January 14th, 2019

An Expatriate Of The Heart

He did everything by the book, and his marriage and career still fell apart. Now he’s planning to leave the US. Is he wrong?

Posted January 9th, 2019

Och Aye, Moralistic Therapeutic Nationalism

If Scotland will not have God, it should pay its respects to Groundskeeper Willie

Posted January 6th, 2019

Christmas Forgetting, Christmas Remembering

Two personal stories of memory and recovery

Posted December 27th, 2018

Anxious Christmas With Sasquatch

Holiday eve in West Feliciana

Posted December 24th, 2018

Don’t Mess With Fergus Falls

Lying German journalist smears small Minnesota town — and is revealed as a total fraud

Posted December 19th, 2018

Being In A Good Place

The effect on the body of ‘thin places’

Posted December 11th, 2018

Discovering The New Old Country

His parents fled communist Hungary, seeking freedom in the West. Now he has returned in search of a different kind of liberty

Posted December 3rd, 2018