Interesting perspective regarding the Nordstream pipeline incidents cautioning against assuming sabotage given who is responsible for (non) maintaining these pipelines:
Powerline/John Hinderaker posted an excellent thread describing why wind turbines are not green. Excellent information regarding effort and cost to mine and produce virgin copper:
I disagree with the assertion of a "bleak future" as I think that more reflects MSM bias in covering Christianity. But the article has excellent practical suggestions for opportunities to engage:
Some counter points and corrections to Ken Burn's "The US and the Holocaust":
Mark Judge's latest article sharing response from one of his high school teachers to his youthful assertion questioning coolness of worship:
With all the Lawfare we are currently witnessing, a reminder from "Judgment at Nuremberg"
Judge Haywood... the reason I asked you to come. Those people, those millions of people... I never knew it would come to that. YOU must believe it, YOU MUST believe it.
Judge Dan Haywood:
Herr Janning, it came to that the first time you sentenced a man to death you knew to be innocent.
Per our previous laments regarding how impenetrable it can be to have discussions with progressives/liberals, the following article suggests reasonable approaches/considerations. Not really 10 ways, but 10 factors to consider if one has the patience and the facts: https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2022/08/ten_ways_to_change_a_liberals_mind.html
Richard Fernandez (AKA Wretchard) is an American web designer based in Australia who has deep knowledge of WWII history and current world events. I think his understanding and perspective are familiar with folks on SQV. Here's his latest regarding Dr. Fauci and the pandemic response:
Victor Davis Hanson is a conservative California historian/farmer with great insights into the disfunction in California and DC. His latest regarding President Trump:
Let’s take a moment and send our fondest words of support to our fearless leader, Saul Montes-Bradley II, who lost his beloved father this evening. Godspeed to your father, Saul — and may his memory bring you comfort.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.