Monday, May 26, 2008

The most interesting developments on the Right are on the margins
Or at least the best ones
“A confident and positive movement,” which is “not fueled by resentment” and “angry white men,” but one which is, rather, “hopeful” and “forward-looking.”

The Ron Paul movement is one obvious sign of new life.

Rod Dreher and his “crunchy cons” idea are a touchstone.

There’s a religious element to it, but it’s very different from the tired cant of the Falwells and Dobsons. And its brightest lights, unlike many traditionalists of old, are not anti-market.
From The Tory Anarchist via Joshua Snyder.

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