Some good reading

(a) Spengler treks to Northern Ireland (1970) and the West Bank today and says demographics are working in favor of peace. (b) Wretchard leaves the earth entirely in discussing that the “elite appear no better and good deal less competent than the knuckle-draggers they denounce.” (c) Meanwhile, we recall a skit from Boy Scout days, performed exactly as described, but the more interesting thing is that the site links to all sorts of intergenerational family stories in the US, India and elsewhere. (d) A piece on Kipling that we’re not sure what we think of it, but the guy got two towns in Michigan named after him. (e) In an unexpected fun bonus, a Harvard professor seems to be saying nice things about the Evil One.

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