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Wanted: Leslie Knope Democrats

We need politicians of the left (and the right) who defend their places by standing up to Woke Capitalism
Rod Dreher June 11, 2019

The American River Disaster

The second-order effects from the longest Mississippi River flood on record
Rod Dreher June 10, 2019

Progressive Colonialism, Southern Discomfort

Are Yankee Millennials who move South entitled to live in a progressive culture like the one they left behind?
Rod Dreher May 19, 2019

What Does It Mean To Love America?

Reflections on patriotism in a time of alienation and decline
Rod Dreher February 14, 2019

A Southern Pastor At Lunch

Finding hope at a lunch buffet
Rod Dreher December 6, 2018

Ma’am, You Owe Tamarion Wilson An Apology

Teacher punishes Southern 5th grader for being respectful
Rod Dreher August 27, 2018

The Little Joys Of Southern Life

The blessings of church lady nurses in doctors' offices
Rod Dreher June 5, 2018

Alexa, Y’all

Why Amazon needs to make a Southern version
Rod Dreher January 31, 2018

Making A Christmas Memory

Reading Truman Capote's classic short story by the fire
Rod Dreher December 8, 2017

Sad Songs And The South

How country music helps explain the division in America
Rod Dreher August 23, 2017