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Lessons from Across the Pond?

Fenster writes: Are there lessons to be learned from the messages from across the pond?  

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Happy 4th of July

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Or, if you’re in a feisty mood, how about this Loyalist defense of the British written by the then-Chief Justice of Massachusetts? Related I shared a list of some of our favorite crimethink-y anti-Narrative books here.

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Brexit Readings

Paleo Retiree writes: I’ve been loving following the in-the-wake-of-Brexit debates. Interesting times, to put it mildly. Here are some of the essays, op-eds and articles that I’ve gotten the most out of. Was the EU formed in order to avoid … Continue reading

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A Commenter Responds to Obadiah

Fenster writes: Commenter Tom Trueman has responded to Obadiah Plainman’s recent guest appearance here.  While you may view Mr. Trueman’s note in the comments section to Mr. Plainman’s post, it is worth a careful read and is therefore reprinted here … Continue reading

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A Guest Blogger Writes on Brexit

Fenster writes: One Obadiah Plainman, who, being of the LOWER ORDERS, hath not access to a blogging platform, a most unenviable state in the current times.  He is however a close acquaintance of MR. FENSTER, who as is well known … Continue reading

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