Gerard VanderLeun’s Four Years In is today’s must-read:
Four years in. An inch of time. Four years in and the foolish and credulous among us yearn to get out. Their feelings require it. The power of their Holy Gospel of “Imagine” compels them. Their overflowing pools of compassion for the enslavers of women, the killers of homosexuals, the beheaders of reporters, and the incinerators of men and women working quietly at their desks, rise and flood their minds until their eyes flow with crocodile tears while their mouths emit slogans made of cardboard. They believe the world is run on wishes and that they will always have three more.
No Pasaran has more on European tactics: When Going Too Far is Never Enough (h/t Larwyn)
Via Maria, Victor Victorians. A lesson in real morality, Steyn on Wilbeforce.
Today’s word-of-the-day is ablution. Time to visit this blog.
Via Maria, Letter to God