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Crispin Sartwell Jun 24
I enjoyed the recent outbreak of anti-metric-system 'activism' by people like and and am doing my part to keep it going.
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Manhattan Institute Jun 20
. profiles MI president : What is his vision for the future of conservatism? Is his idol the communitarian Edmund Burke or the individualist John Locke? Trump or never-Trump? Mr. Salam isn’t taking the bait. “I’m a coalition builder,” he says.
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James Panero Jun 17
deserves the Medal of Freedom for what he did for this country. Antimetabole won the Cold War. Glad to see he is doing well and just earned a doctorate in psychology with a focus on comedy and human relations.
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James Panero Jun 17
deserves the Medal of Freedom for what he did for this country. Antimetabole won the Cold War. Glad to see he is doing well and just earned a doctorate in psychology with a focus on comedy and human relations.
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James Panero Jun 16
Regarding this story of immunizations at Waldorf schools, according to public records, a quarter of students at New York's Steiner School were not immunized in 2013-14.
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Andrew Roberts Jun 14
James Panero asks some pertinent questions about Churchill in this v short interview
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The New Criterion Jun 13
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James Panero Jun 12
Lewis Cullman (1919-2019). Nearly a decade ago we spoke about how philanthropists and foundations should be munificent, especially in the downturns. RIP via
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The New Criterion Jun 11
Our critic's pick: The Society of Classical Poets “Poetry and Culture Symposium,” at the Princeton Club (June 17).
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Jay Nordlinger Jun 8
My man has been singing my song on the metric system. I’m happy for other countries to have it — same with soccer (fútbol). But Papa love him his miles, half-gallons, and whatnot. Vive la différence, I say. That’s what makes the world go ’round — and a lot more fun.
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James Panero Jun 7
Glad I measure up.
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William Jun 7
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NR Institute Jun 6
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Julie Saltman Jun 5
This is a good point, and also a concerning one.
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Lee Rosenbaum Jun 5
Art critic ’s mock-serious diatribe vs. metric system on (), based on James’ essay ) was tongue-in-cheek & done in fun. Even conservatives sometimes have a sense of humor:
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James Panero Jun 5
Replying to @TuckerCarlson
Down with Jacobin measures and up with the honest pint! Thank you
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James Panero Jun 5
Actually, my ancestors used the "uncia." From this Roman term of measure we get the words "inch," "ounce," and "unique."
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James Panero Jun 5
Thank you! Down with Jacobin measures!
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James Panero Jun 5
An important story and heart-breaking read by
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The New Criterion Jun 5
This rich serving of “Whipped Cream” can both satisfy and delight.
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